Exposure MaXx-D Mk5 Front Light. The 5th generation Maxx-D sees the night riding benchmark raised again with 25% more power and increased functionality. The MaXx-D is the racers' choice for the ultimate power to weight ratio bar mounted light. Twinned with a helmet mounted Diablo you have a winning combination.
The 2013 MaxxD also benefits from the new Optimised Mode Selector technology. OMS, Optimised Mode Selector is a new feature for 2013 and allows you to easily select from a concise number of programs to provide the optimum lighting for your ride. OMS programs enable you to obtain the lights full potential and optimise the output whether it's a two hour trail burn or a week's commuting.
Front Light Features:
Light Source: 4 Cree XPG R5 LED's
Brightness: Max 1600 Lumens
Power Source: 4 Li-Ion Cells, 11600mAh Lithium Ion battery
Run Time: 2 - 36hrs (depending on OMS selection)
Mounting: Handlebar mount
Extra Features: Includes: Quick Release handlebar bracket and 2.8A Smart Charger
Buy Exposure Front Lights from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous Exposure produce some fantastic lights, but be warned if you ever need service support they're terrible, so bad that I'd certainly not purchase another of their products
22 January 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Blinking bright
I have a Mk3 Max D and it has been absolutely fandabidozy brilliant. So I thought why not get another so I look at the current model Mk 5 which seems a tiny bit smaller and light and MORE powerful, 400 Lumens more at 1600 Lumens. Exposure have also added a light display to the rear so you can tell what setting the light is on and how much charge is left in the battery which is all to the good. They should really also provide another port so you can plug in the PiggyBack Cell and remote switch or rear light if you have one. Also a little padded case to protect it when it's off your bike would make this a perfect light. Btw it is very very bright. If riding on the road or cycle paths you have a duty to use it reponsibly as it will dazzle on coming road users so use switch the power down and slightly angle the light down (do not have the bracket so tight you cannot do this). It is a very bright light with an excellent spread of light, not too wide or so narrow you cannot see what is coming across your path. I can ride at 25-30mph and see everything. No more riding into darkness and hoping I don't hit a pot hole or horse crap on the road. It could be cheaper but then again it is extremely well made. HTH.
16 October 2012