Exposure MaXx D Mk8 light review

Premium-grade illumination

Our rating 
4.5 out of 5 star rating 4.5
GBP £345.00 RRP | USD $523.00
Exposure MaXx D Mk8 light

Our review

If you've got big bucks to shell out, the MaXx D Mk8 is a seriously impressive setup
Buy if, You want a self-contained light and your pockets are feeling deep
Pros: Compact design, easy to mount, excellent build and output
Cons: On the expensive side
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The self-contained design of the Exposure MaXx D Mk8 avoids the dangling cable and fit issues inherent with separate battery setups.

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It clicks securely into a bolted metal bar mount and the three spot and single diffused LEDs give a well balanced mix of long-range throw and wider trail context.

Remaining run time is shown as a percentage on the rear display and the upper back panel works as the button for seven user-switchable modes. In the three-level Reflex mode, accelerometers detect fast and furious riding and automatically flick the light onto its full 2,600-lumen output.

The Smart Port on the rear can connect it to rear lights or remote switches, or be used to recharge USB devices. Exposure’s lights are all UK built, recent reliability has been excellent and brand reps attend many events for help when you need it most.

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  • Weight: 324g
  • Run time: 2hrs 15mins

Product Specifications

Product

Name MaXx D Mk8 (15)
Brand Exposure

Position Front