The sixth generation MaXx-D is a powerful, sweetly detailed light. The crisply machined and laser etched body cantilevers off a narrow metal clamp so careful tightening is essential to tread the security/potential bar stress line.
The ‘Smart Port’ jack point means you can slave extra batteries, remote switches and even a back light to the main battery though.
There’s a clear run time indicator for managing the multiple custom tunable power modes and the recharge socket is even gold plated for corrosion defence and electrical efficiency.
The four Cree XPG LEDs produce an impressively powerful, far-reaching beam. Limited breadth and dramatic edge makes teaming it with a helmet mount essential for twisty trails, increasing already high cost.
Exposure maxx-d mk6 beam shot: Russell Burton
Exposure MaXx-D Mk6 beam shot