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Exclusive look at winter light line-up from manufacturer

Exposure reveals all

In a world exclusive first look, Exposure has handed BikeBiz information about its largely revamped winter line, which is ready for forward order now.

The range, which is due to be seen at October’s Cycle Show, continues to utilise cable-free design where the light unit is fully contained with no trailing wires or separate battery pack.

Exposure, last year’s BikeBiz ‘Product Innovation’ Award Winner, has brought back the acclaimed QR bracket, offering easy attachment and removal of lights from bicycles, allowing it to double as a hand torch, as well as a bike light. Smart Port Technology means rear lights can be powered from the main unit or a remote switch.

Other features include multi modes, long burn times, a high-quality Li-Ion battery, built-in fuel gauge and mode indicator. Six entirely new models are set to drop shortly, so dealers should look out for the top-of-the-line addition the Toro, retailing for £275 and sitting just below the existing Maxa-D. Then in price descending order the Strada, Diablo, Spark, Flare and affordable (£40) White Eye.

The Toro, which replaces last year’s Enduro light, is capable of emitting 700 lumens from a single P7 LED. Also beaming 700 lumens, the Diablo retails at £225 and emits a tighter beam than its senior. At £245, the Strada kicks out 480 lumens with twin beam lens configuration, designed for road use. High and dip beam functions are built-in.

At £100, USE’s Spark offers 220 Lumens and is Exposure’s first replaceable battery light. The Joystick-based new Spark comes with two Li-Ion CR-123 batteries, lanyard and handlebar bracket. Burn times and output are similar to the Joystick with the replaceable batteries.
Interested dealers should contact USE on 01798 344477 or by email at rory@use1.co.uk or john@use1.co.uk.

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