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Exposure TraceR USB Rechargeable Rear light With DayBright

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    The Exposure TraceR rear light is the ultimate answer for the cyclist who needs a super compact rear light, with USB convenience and superb build quality. Featuring Optimised Mode Selector, 3 brightness levels, side illumination and Fuel Gauge displaying the remaining battery life using a traffic light system making it clear when you need to recharge, the Exposure TraceR ensures you stay visible, both day and night, in the urban jungle and on rural roads.

    The Exposure TraceR is a super bright USB charging rear light.

    Key Features:

    • Its compact design, high power, wide angle visibility and ultra-reliability have made it an award-winning product.
    • The TraceR features Optimum Mode Selector with 3 brightness modes in constant or pulsing beams.
    • It has a Fuel Gauge using a traffic light system to make it clear when it's time to recharge so you can be safe and seen.
    • Exposure Lights have always been designed to get the maximum light from minimum sized unit and Cable Free Design with single button operation ensures this is maintained.
    • The Trace and TraceR can be brought together in the Trace TraceR Pack and the TraceR can also be mounted under the saddle using the Saddle Rail Bracket.
    • Recommended Use: Road & Commute


    • Max Lumens: 75
    • Run Time: High – 3hrs | 24hrs (Pulse)
    • Battery: Li-Ion 700mAh
    • Charge Time: 4hrs
    • Dimensions: L – 57mm x D – 28mm
    • Weight: 35g


    • DayBright
    • Cable Free Design
    • Intelligent Thermal Management
    • Optimum Mode Selector
    • Fuel Gauge
    • 2 Year Warranty
    • Made in the UK

    In the box:

    • Exposure TraceR rear light
    • Seatpost bracket
    • Micro USB charge cable
    • Quick start guide