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Exposure Flex MTB

The Exposure Flex MTB is designed for e-mtbs and consists of a machined aluminium lamp unit, tethered remote switch, a bar clamp and a long cable.

£320.00
Score 8

Exposure Toro MK12

In terms of size and weight, the Exposure Toro MK12 sits below the MaXx D and Six Pack but it still packs a punch, putting out 3,200 lumen in Reflex

£305.00
Score 10

exposure maxx-d

In a world where external battery packs and endless cabling constitute the norm, Exposure Maxx-D all in one approach is a breath of fresh air.

£385.00
Score 9

The Exposure Diablo MK12 is twice the price of some lights but it has the best head mount, it’s super powerful and has a usefully tight, focused beam.

£215.00
Score 10

exposure diablo mk11

The tenth edition of the Exposure Diablo Mk10, this year with 30% faster charging, which throws out a blistering 1500 lumens.

£215.00
Score 10

exposure joystick

The Exposure Joystick Mk11 is at the upper end, price-wise, but low profile, lightweight and has a near perfect beam and focus.

£159.95
Score 10

Exposure Six Pack Mk9

Like all their lights, the Exposure Six Pack is an all-in-one design, which means the lamp and battery are contained in a single barrel-shaped body.

£435.00
Score 10