USE Exposure Blaze Mk1 rear light review



USE Exposure Blaze Mk1 rear light

BikeRadar verdict

80.0 out of 5 stars

"Cost is the only real downside to this odd-looking but rugged, long-lasting light"

Monday, October 7, 2013 11.00am By

The Blaze has an unconventional shape, but its aluminium body is rugged and stays in place thanks to silicone grippers on the bracket.

There are three programmes with either constant or flashing modes in each, and the high capacity battery can power the 80-lumen light for up to 24 hours of constant use or 48 when flashing.

The lens scatters light well, and the Blaze is capable of retina-searing power with daylight visibility. The top-mounted button is easy to use, and the excellent run time means it’ll suit endurance rides or lengthy commutes, but it’s not cheap.  

This article was originally published in Cycling Plus magazine, available on Apple Newsstand and Zinio.

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