Exposure joystick mk12 uk made CNC’d Aluminium Waterproof 1000 lumen (only 88 grams) mtb mountain bike head torch/ bike light only £103 @ sigma sports delivered
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Exposure joystick mk12 uk made CNC’d Aluminium Waterproof 1000 lumen (only 88 grams) mtb mountain bike head torch/ bike light only £103 @ sigma sports delivered

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Found 22nd JanEdited by:"whatyadoinsucka"
A bargain price for the joystick headlight that comes with the lanyard as well as helmet mount and handlebar mount, most shops like crc and wiggle have them for £100 but accessories would cost £22 more

evans cycles are £159.95 although will price match


limited edition colours:red, blue or purple (the mtb press claimed only 300 made of each colour)
Upto 36 hours burntime, waterproof and uk made
2 year warranty

watch this go cold, brilliant light if you use on the road be considerate of other road users as these are damn bright

EXPOSURE LIGHTS LIMITED EDITION JOYSTICK MK12 FRONT LIGHTTaking a classic of their range and putting a neat twist on it, the Exposure Lights Limited Edition Joystick Mk12 Front Light comes in three vibrant and individual colours, but still fires out that same, reliable and super bright white light that you need when tackling the wintry roads, or heading out as others are heading to bed.

Supremely lightweight, this leading light option tops the scales at just 88 grams, and offers a full 1000 lumens to electrify your ride. Astoundingly powerful then for something in such a small package, this light is sure to remain a favourite of riders, offering as it does extreme versatility, either as a head-mounted torch or a handlebar mounted leading light.

Highly resistant and charged via USB, the Joystick is able to offer such adaptability thanks to its simple design and heavy-duty casing. Housed inside a CNC machined aluminium exterior, you can be sure to benefit from a tough, rough and ready composition for taking on the trail or tackling that long road ahead. Waterproof and highly resistant, this light is sure to remain faithful when all other lights are well out.

Made in the UK and with battery life extending from 1.5 hours in the most intense modes right up to a full 36 hours in non-constant flashing modes, this light is sure to get you seen, and with very little cost to handlebar space, making it an ideal choice for riding at the highest level, squeezing in those training miles where you can.

FEATURES:
  • 88 grams only for a full 1000 lumen light
  • Limited edition colourways for a truly unique look and ride
  • Ideally suited to high-paced, fast tempo riders
  • Small and agile, attached instantly and easily
  • High resistance and hugely durable
  • Made in the UK

FEATURES
  • Weight: 88 grams
  • Lumen output: 1000 lumens
  • Burn time minimum: 1.5 hr
  • Burn time maximum: 36 hrs
  • Battery capacity: 3100 mAh Li ion
  • Dimensions: 122 x 30 x 79 mm
  • Casing: Full CNC machined external case
  • Intelligent thermal management
  • Smart Port Technology
  • Fuel gauge
  • Optimum mode selector
  • IPX7 waterproof
  • Made in the UK
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How much for a Torch, head light
Wow that much for a bike light???????
senator666dog7 h, 25 m ago

Wow that much for a bike light???????


A bit like an iPhone, paying for a premium product that has a high second hand value mk7/8s still worth £40-60. Cnc machined aluminium built in the UK ain’t cheap , plus they take some abuse hit a tree and it’ll survive, gets wet, no problem .

I have a petzl tikka for walking and camping at 200 lumen and £15 they are great.
But I wouldn’t use it in the dark riding at speed in a woods or moorland singletrac
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 23rd Jan
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That's one heck of a price! I'm sure I could find a cheaper joystick in a state of exposure with ease
Surely this would be illegal on a car.
Hate it when some plonkers fit it,put flashing mode and position so when you drive it is blind you. And you are hoping not to hit anything/anyone
nougat6 h, 6 m ago

Surely this would be illegal on a car.


You only get a helmet and a handlebar mount, not sure it’d fit ona steering wheel
nougat6 h, 13 m ago

Surely this would be illegal on a car.


Please explain. It's no where near as bright as car headlights. It's also clearly labled MTB. Beam pattern is not designed for the road.
Heat added as this is a great price for a 1000 lumen light from a great British brand. It will go cold because most people here don't get cycling or cycling products. They think that 7 quid one from yesterday is a good deal, when in reality it won't light up anything and you'd be better off keeping your 7 quid

If you want to cycle at 20+mph at night and not die in a pot hole, lights such as this are essential. In my experience, the cheap Chinese jobs are cheap for a reason
Narkodrom3 h, 14 m ago

Hate it when some plonkers fit it,put flashing mode and position so when …Hate it when some plonkers fit it,put flashing mode and position so when you drive it is blind you. And you are hoping not to hit anything/anyone


...and when you encounter a gaggle of 'em out playing on a wet unlit road.....takes a moment to realise what's going on.....push iron riders don't need lights that would be more at home on a 747 coming into land!
trickytree19842 h, 39 m ago

Please explain. It's no where near as bright as car headlights. It's also …Please explain. It's no where near as bright as car headlights. It's also clearly labled MTB. Beam pattern is not designed for the road.


The picture is a streetscene
nougat18 m ago

The picture is a streetscene


It is, but I don't see how that's worse than current day car headlights. Especially rude boys with HID kits
car headlights are regulated, don't flash and are inspected for alignment every year at the mot. This monster light is fitted to a helmet for the sole purpose of dazzling people.

Along with "reliable and super bright white light that you need when tackling the wintry roads"
and
33118256-JcBjh.jpgleads me to think too much testosterone,too little grey matter, a bike and this light are a bad mixture. Lets face it whoever pays £103 for a torch called "exposure joystick" probably does with a flasher mac down the park
Edited by: "nougat" 23rd Jan
nougat10 h, 15 m ago

Surely this would be illegal on a car.


A car headlight is 1800 lumens, these max out at a 1000. Yes it could be pointed in your eyes but plenty of cars have mis aligned headlights as well.
nougat41 m ago

car headlights are regulated, don't flash and are inspected for alignment …car headlights are regulated, don't flash and are inspected for alignment every year at the mot. This monster light is fitted to a helmet for the sole purpose of dazzling people.Along with "reliable and super bright white light that you need when tackling the wintry roads"and[Image] leads me to think too much testosterone,too little grey matter, a bike and this light are a bad mixture. Lets face it whoever pays £103 for a torch called "exposure joystick" probably does with a flasher mac down the park


It's really quite easy to point these at the road.

It's amazing just how much you think you can learn from someone just because they've bought a product you don't understand.

If you think this person is somehow dangerous with a torch imagine how dangerous they'd be in a car?
whatyadoinsucka3 m ago

monster light its 88 grams and about 12cm long, not exactly a monster.


ps. i posted this deal at the same time, for a £2 light hotukdeals.com/dea…831
they have both had 88 and 89 hot votes respectively, one is -26 the other over 200..

just shows how biased this site is to numptys seeing something at £2 being a bargain but an item that is £159 on multiple sites and reduced to £103 here is not a deal..
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£120 now
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