Exposure USB Battery Charger

Exposure USB Battery Charger
Exposure USB Battery Charger
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USB Battery Charger by Exposure
You love your Exposure Spark, Flash, and Flare lights, but a little bit of your soul dies every time you throw out one of those non-reusable batteries. Exposure's USB Battery Charger brings much-needed peace of mind to powering your lights with two rechargeable RCR123A batteries and a USB charging station that tucks neatly away on your desk to power up while you work. It can charge one or both batteries at a time, with a four-hour full recharge time.

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SKU: EXP002A
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