The Exposure Diablo is the leader of the self-contained light phenomenon. It crams three Cree XPG emitters in a tiny housing and packages it in the slickest flashlights you’ve ever seen. It has a nice bar mount but it really shines with its pivoting helmet mount. It provides, the ultimate hassle-free helmet attachment.
With the light output nearly doubling from last year, this is now a great light. And it is completely useable in descents at mid power and it lasts 3:20 on one charge. If you want the ultimate hassle-free and bike light, the Exposure Diablo is a great option. It is only hampered by the short run time but the optional piggyback battery addresses that issue with an extra hour of run time.
- Price: $300.00
- Claimed Lumens: 975 Lumens
- Light Head Weight: 110 grams
- Installed Weight: n/a grams
- Run Time: 1 Hours
- Measured MTBR Lux: 59 Lux
- Measured Lumens: 490 Lumens
Helmet mounting is done with a snap-in pivoting ball system. Once installed, the light can be popped in and it can be adjusted in any direction. It rides a bit high on the helmet but it can pop off in the even of a collission with a low hanging branch. The light can be easily used as a trail flashlight too since it’s so easy to access.
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