Lezyne Mini Drive XL Lights

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $75.00


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Product Description

The Mini Drive XL has been designed with the new XL CNC machined aluminum body, MOR Optics delivering a bright 200 lumens. The Infinite Light design allows the user to replace the Li-ion battery on demand. The Side Visibility Cuts increase user visibility from the side. The Intelligent Power Indicator button allows the user to check the power level any time. The Mini Drive XL comes with Composite Matrix handlebar mounts (25.4mm and 31.8mm) and 2 rubber shims. It is also available as part of a Fully Loaded package with a Composite Matrix helmet mount and spare battery.
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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Skoezie a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: September 4, 2013

Strengths:    Small, solid build light for the commuter. Ideal as a lightweight backup light for use on the helmet.

Weaknesses:    Not suitable as a single light for when it gets really dark. So no nightriding in the pitch black. Also just 1,5 hours of runtime on the highest setting.

Bottom Line:   
For doing a XC race in the dark I needed a helmet backup light next to my 1200lm Magicshine. Light will also be used for commuting so anything with about 200lm would be more then sufficiënt in my book. Bought the loaded kit which comes with 2 mounts for the bar, 31.8 and 25.4, a helmet mount, a usb cable and extra battery all together in a nice plastic box for storage. Did a testride for the race with the light and it gave me more then enough light for looking into the corners, just what I needed. Yet another great Lezyne product. Like the build quality of the light that much, that i am considering to replace my magicShine with another Lezyne light, like the SuperDrive or MegaDrive.

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Duration Product Used:   1,5 hour test ride

Purchased At:   Evans Cycles

Bike Setup:   Niner EMD 9

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Lezyne Macro Drive 2013 vs Mini Drive XL 2013

Hi considering between these two lights, for light MTB night trails, the price is similar but I am just confused by the Lezyne, the Mini Drive XL is under performance range but rated at 200lumens, while Macro Drive of the sport range is rated 300lumens & has longer burn time :confused::confused:. Th ... Read More »

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