The world of bike lights might, on the surface, seem relatively benign with regards to technological advancements or flashy new designs pun definitely intended. So it gets our attention when a company truly re thinks bike lighting, and a great example of a train of thought we advise following manifests in the form of the Lezyne KTV Pro Headlight. The KTV's compact body and low weight come courtesy of aluminum, making it not just thermally resistant aids in both battery and material life, but also virtually impervious to the weather. Still, cranking out 70 lumens of LED light via a specially shaped lens that's visible from 180 degrees is an impressive feat for such a small device. It's also got smart features like Lezyne's Clip On system, a moveable silicone rubber strap and clip that makes mounting the light possible on virtually any part of your bike. An integrated USB stick folds out from its underbelly, making charging easy and convenient. Six different running modes mean a versatile lighting tool for various conditions, and we always appreciate a few color options. The Lezyne KTV Pro Headlight takes 3. 25 hours to fully recharge, and weighs 55g. It's available in four colors: Black, Blue, Red, and Polish.