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ExposureSwitch MK4 DayBright Headlight

$99.20

Item # EXPF028

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Item # EXPF028
Description

Flip the switch.

Suited to the demands of the city commuter, the Exposure Switch Mk2 DayBright Headlight blasts a powerful 375 lumens of light over the road ahead of you for confident riding after dark. The Switch Mk2 offers three separate modes to meet the needs of varying light conditions, and a burn time of up to 24 hours on its lowest setting to keep you riding with light on all-day adventures. The built-in Fuel Gauge display lets you know just how much juice is left in the light, while an included USB cable helps you charge quickly and easily just about anywhere.

Tech Specs
BulbsXPL2 LED
Power Sourcerechargable 2900mAh Lithium Ion
Modesconstant, flash
Lumens[max] 475
Burn Time3 - 24hrs
Mounthandlebar
WaterproofIPX6 rated
Includeshandlebar mount, USB charge cord, manual
Dimensions94 x 30mm
Recommended Usecommuting
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Weight

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77g

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>Rating: 3

Huge Exposure Lights Fan ... But ...

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Height
6` 2"
Weight
195 lbs

I have several Exposure lights and generally am a huge fan. Typically they are latest technology, nearly indestructible, high performance, well designed, and work great. This particular light, the Exposure Switch Mk4 has been a great daylight "blinkie" and adequate dawn/dusk get you out/get you in sort of lightweight light. However, after under a year of use it has died, so not very happy about that. Performance wise it has been spot on for the intended use. I do not like the power switch, very "fiddly" nor to I like the USB style charging port, same as what Garmin use on the Edge. The charger port and switch are guarded by their rubber cover that goes around the front of the light and frankly it is a pain in my experience. I've had good repair service from Exposure in the past but if I have to ship this to the UK & back the international shipping will likely equal the cost of getting a new one or something else to replace it.