Exposure Remote Switch Mk2

Exposure Remote Switch Mk2
Exposure Remote Switch Mk2
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Remote Switch Mk2 by Exposure
Designed to work with all Exposure Smart Port + handlebar lights, the Remote Switch MK2 allows you to change modes, programs, and turn the light on and off with just the click of a switch. This package includes the remote and two O-rings for easy attachment to your handlebars.

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SKU: EXP002G
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