Monday, October 29, 2007 12.00am
By Russell Burton
Exposure's lights have undergone a serious revamp, and the R&D guys have obviously been listening to rider feedback.
A new bracket has distilled attaching and detaching your light into a simple one-handed operation without compromising security. Run times lived up to claims, and the beam has plenty of reach and a uniform spread of natural looking light, and the 'Maxx' boost gives an extra burst of brightness when you really need it. The unit is larger than some because the battery is integral, but it's still sleek and the no-wires operation minimises faffing. The switch is fiddly until you get used to the double-click operation but that's a bit of a niggle because this light has the high quality finish you'd expect for the price.
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