Providing unparalleled performance for the most extreme rides, be it technical descents or 24hour endurance, the Six Pack lights the way. Reflex Plus now delivers 4500 lumens in a wide and deep beam for complete illumination enabling the perfect line to be picked. CNC Aluminium bodywork is packed with innovative patented technologies, intelligently managing power and optimising brightness. OSD keeps the rider informed of burntime and status, all controlled by the Stainless Steel Function Button giving positive feedback. Forged Aluminium bracket securely mounts the light to the bike keeping it pointing in the right direction (down the trail).
Reflex Plus Technology
OLED Status Display
Smart Port Technology +
Cable Free Design
Intelligent Thermal Management
Optimum Mode Selector
Made in the UK
2 Year Warranty
In The Box:
Six Pack MK7
Quick release bracket
2.8a Fast Charger
USB Charge cable
Quick start guide
Run Time: 2 Hours on High, 36 Hours on Low
Lumens: 3400 Lumens (Boosts to 4500 with Reflex)
Battery: 15,500mAh Rechargeable
Charge Time: 12 Hours
Dimensions: 118mm x 16mm
Reflex Technology: Reflex Technology enables the light to intelligently adjust its own brightness to suit your riding. A combination of gradient, acceleration and cornering forces are interpreted to match output to your need for light while automatically maintaining the burntime you have selected.
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.
OLED Status Display: OSD advances unique Exposure Lights pat. pend. display technology. The new OLED panel gives program and mode information before switching to a burntime countdown. When charging, the OSD displays the percentage of stored energy left in the battery cells.
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.