The Exposure Joystick Mk14 Front Light has an intense and narrow beam to punch through the flood of a main handlebar light to focus on the line ahead, be it roots and off camber or fire road cruising. The Joystick model brings proven pedigree with multiple award wins in its class.
Ultra compact, super light at only 93g and ready to unleash an awesome 1050 lumens for any adventure, makes it an essential bit of kit. CNC Aluminium bodywork is packed with innovative patented technologies, managing power and optimising brightness.
The Joystick is the original and perfect MTB helmet light, but also makes a discrete powerful addition to a road bike.
- Smart Port+ Technology
- Cable Free Design
- Intelligent Thermal Management
- Optimum Mode Selector
- Fuel Gauge
- Hand Made in the UK
- 2 Year Warranty
- RunTime: 1.5hrs (high) - 36hrs (low)
- Lumens: 1000
- Battery: 3,100mAh
- Chargetime: 3 Hours
- Dimensions: 112mm (L) x 30mm (D)
- Weight: 93g
In the box: Joystick Mk14, QR handlebar mount, Helmet mount, Smart charger, USB charge cable, Lanyard, Quick start guide
Optimised Mode Selector The Optimised Mode Selector allows you to easily select from a concise number of programs to provide the optimum lighting for your ride.
Smart Port Plus SPT+ enabled lights automatically recognise accessories allowing you to power additional front and rear lights, use the Remote Switch and charge USB devices on the move. Patented
Cable Free Design The primary design feature of Exposure Lights, Cable Free Design removes the hassle of cables and straps utilising the superb range of brackets for speedy, rock solid attachment.
Intelligent Thermal Management Controlling the temperature of the LEDs is important in ensuring that the lights remain as efficient as possible. Patented technology in the circuitry of Exposure Lights stop the light from heating up to a point where the light loses power due to the elevated temperature.
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Exposure Lights design and manufacture high performance lights in the UK, for mountain biking, road cycling and marine environments.