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To be honest Dave, I didn't really need the pesky thing; I bulked up my order to avoid paying postage, thinking it might come in handy. Anyway, testing it in the garage I was impressed with its brightness so I hung it on my second-best bike for an early morning blast round the lanes. As I bounced over a road hump my pal behind shouted that the thing had gone out although when I clicked the switch it came alive again.
Back in the garage I switched it on then dropped it on the bench from the great height of four inches. Lo and behold it went out and will do so every time. Can't trust it now so I may give it to someone I don't much like?
And yeah, I almost entirely agree about Lezyne stuff, it's pretty good. Except one of my three lights from them has developed a broken mini-USB connector so I have to remove the battery to charge it. Not a deal breaker but inconvenient.
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