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Exposure Helmet Mount

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Tech Specs

Diablo, Joystick, and Spark headlights
Claimed Weight:
13 g
Recommended Use:
mounting your light
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

The Exposure Lights Helmet Mount is a sturdy threaded mount that's designed to secure your compatible Exposure Light to your helmet. All that is required is a vent hole in the helmet, as the mount has built-in washers on top and bottom. You simply screw it together, clamping the ribs aside the vent hole between the two pieces. The top of the mount has a C-shaped clip that snaps securely around the body of the Diablo, Joystick, or Spark light housing. It contains a ball joint that gives you a degree of positional freedom to aim the light.

Exposure Lights have a two year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Does Not Fit

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I can't write good or bad but I was told by the customer service that this brace should fit a catlike helmet. I have a catlike Kompacto that I also bought from Competitive Cyclist. I just got it in today and was totally stoked. It doesn't even come close to fitting. The one thing that upsets me is how the customer service associate I spoke with told me it would fit. I waited 5 days for a light that I cannot mount. Now I have to ship back and re-order. If you have a Catlike, you may want to contact Catlike first and see what lights will fit. I think I am going that route before this keeps happening.

For the back pocket light

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I purchased this light mount as part of the Exposure Lights Equinox light system. Works great - light weight and sturdy (I've never had any issues with the light bouncing around or losing its position, etc.).

Main thing to keep in mind with this is you'll want to mount this type of a light on a helmet that has center vents given that the mount tightens around the inside and outside of your helmet. If there aren't any vents on the center-line of your helmet , you'll have a light hanging off from some side vent that is just weird for everyone.