Exposure Car Charger

Exposure Car Charger
Exposure Car Charger
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Car Charger by Exposure
At a 24hr race, there was a time you'd need to cart your nightlight to a dedicated charging station and hope that it was still there when you returned to pick it up. With Exposure's Car Charger, you'll be able to top off your light at camp, or on the drive to the trail.

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