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Exposure TraceR

Rechargeable rear bike light

€49,99

Rechargeable daylight visible 75 lumen rear bike light with for safe commuting and night riding. 3-24 hours runtime, weighing 35g

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Exposure TraceR Rechargeable rear bike light

€49,99

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Description

The TraceR MK1 DayBright is a lightweight rear light for staying safe and visible when commuting and road cycling at night.

Manufactured in the UK, it comes in an aluminium body with three different brightness settings, six lighting modes, side illumination and is compatible with multiple different mounts.

The DayBright pulse pattern is specially designed to be more visible in daylight than a regular light pulse, and is visible from over a kilometre away - even in the brightest part of the day.

The TraceR MK1 DayBright comes with Exposure's Optimised Mode Selector. This allows you to choose a light pattern and brightness that fits your ride type and length, whether it's a quick dash across town or an all-night adventure.

Features

Key Features

  • Optimised Mode Selector to tailor your lighting and battery life to your ride
  • DayBright pulse is visible from over a kilometre away, even in bright conditions
  • Various different mounting options available from Exposure
  • Manufactured in the UK
  • USB rechargeable

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Materials

Lumens: Max 75
Run Time: 3 - 24 hours
Charge Time: 4 hours
Weatherproofing: IP6

Lumens

Size: 57mm x 28mm (Length x Diameter)
Weight: 35g

Runtime

Battery: 700mAh Lithium Ion
LED: 1 x Red XPE-R
Casing: Anodised 6063 Aluminium

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Origin: UK

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