The Exposure Diablo Mk10 SYNC Headlight is a powerful helmet light that uses three high quality Cree LED bulbs to flood the trail and its periphery with up to 1500 lumens of light, illuminating every single rock garden and tricky corner so you can navigate nocturnal singletrack with confidence and precision. And with Exposure's new SYNC technology, the light pairs with a Bluetooth-controlled app on your phone that lets you customize output and burn times to suit each individual ride, as well as simultaneously controlling compatible Exposure helmet and handlebar lights for the ultimate smart operation. Additionally, the Diablo MK10 SYNC has innovative TAP technology, letting you quickly switch between multiple modes by simply tapping the light body, matching every climb, off-camber section, and fast descent with the perfect amount of light. Exposure is known for their lightweight technical lights and the Diablo MK10 SYNC falls right in line with that acclaim. It weighs only 120g, ensuring the light doesn't feel too hefty on top of your helmet, yet the aluminum body is still exceptionally durable. Advanced circuitry prevents the light from heating up to a point where the it loses power, and there's even a Fuel Gauge to show you exactly how much run time you have left. To cap it off, Exposure incorporates their Smart Port+ technology that lets you connect various accessories to the charging port, such as a remote switch or an external battery for extra run time. You can even use the Smart Port+ to charge other USB devices like your phone or cycling computer if you're in a pinch for power.
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