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Exposure Switch MK2

EXPOSURE
£50.00
£79.99Save 37%

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Product Details

Exposure Switch MK2

From the company who give us 4500 lumen MTB lights, the 350 lumen Exposure Switch is more suited to road commuting within and beyond the city limits.

Output
350 lumen full beam.

Battery Power
The lamps 2,600 mAh rechargeable battery offers variable burn times from 3 hours on high beam to 24 hours on pulse. As is the Exposure way, the battery is self-contained inside the lamp's case. Every Exposure battery is fit for around 1,000 charges and is user replaceable.

Optimum Mode Selector
OMS makes it easy to select how long a burn time you need for the ride and adjusts the power output to that level. OMS therefore helps ensure an optimal balance of run time and output.

Fuel Gauge
The fuel gauge changes from green to amber to red to make it easy to keep an eye on the battery's charge status.

Micro USB rechargeable
Charge time: 4 hours.

Hand made in the UK
Everything about this lamp exudes Exposure's trademark CNC-machined quality.

Compact and lightweight
94mm long by up to 26mm diameter, Exposure tell us the Switch weighs just 77g.

Here's how Exposure describes the Switch MK2
With upgraded CNC Machined aluminium bodywork, the Switch is even better suited to the rigours of the urban cyclist. Featuring Optimised Mode Selector, 3 brightness levels, side illumination and Fuel Gauge displaying the remaining battery life using a traffic light system making it clear when you need to recharge. The Switch gives you the control to keep you safely lit, both day and night in the urban environment.

Remember to dip or dim your light when appropriate
The development of bicycle lights of this quality, which enable us to ride safer and with more self confidence after dark, is mostly a wonderful thing.

Be aware that blinding fellow road/path/trail users makes nobody happier or safer, so please be a good cycling ambassador and dip or dim your high power lights whenever it's appropriate.

Happily, just about every front lamp we currently sell can be literally dipped on the fly by lightly pushing the front down so the the beam is directed downwards.