Exposure Joystick Mk11 Headlight

Exposure Joystick Mk11 Headlight
$212.93
Joystick Mk11 Headlight by Exposure
Price subject to change | SKU: EXP001U

Exposure Joystick Mk11 Headlight

From the awkwardness of your early teen years through the angst and self-discovery of college, to the transitional years beyond, you and your joystick have weathered more than a few storms together. Now that your days of all-night gaming and group meetups have moved aside in favor of a more active cycling habit, trust the Exposure Lights Joystick Mk11 Headlight to help you stay in control on real-life, non-CGI roads and trails. Instead of plastic, this new joystick in your life comes housed in durable aluminum, able to weather unplanned rain showers and the bumps and bruises that come with everyday life. Whether you choose to mount the Joystick onto your trail, commuter, or road bike is up to you; emitting up to 850 lumens in its highest setting, the light throws a dependable amount of daylight onto darkening trails when you're racing earlier fall sunsets, but it also serves as a powerful beacon on commutes and road rides alike. By including both helmet and handlebar mounts, Exposure makes switching disciplines easy, and other features like its Optimized Mode Selector help you maximize battery life while still having enough light for the day's conditions. We always appreciate Exposure's clean, cable-free designs, and the Joystick is no exception. Free of unnecessary extra parts, the light recharges easily at home or on-the-go with an included USB charging cable.

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