ExposureSwitch Headlight with Flare Tail Light

Commuting beacon.

Whether you're fortunate enough to have been commuting for years now or you've decided it's finally time to take a leap and start, you probably already know the importance of having a light. When surrounded by the sea of options that exists currently, we wouldn't blame even the most seasoned two-wheeled commuter to be a shade overwhelmed. If well-lit village or city streets make up the bulk of your commuting miles and you've got a penchant for smart engineering, Exposure Lights' Switch Headlight with Flare Tail Light makes a solid option for your next light setup.

Though it makes plenty of high-power lights for trail riders, Exposure tones down its road offerings for riders who don't necessarily spend all of their time in complete darkness. The Switch headlight's 350-lumen beam will still improve your visibility on dimmer side streets, but it will also help keep you visible in crowded bike lanes and on multi-use roads. It comes with simple steady and flashing modes, as well as a fuel gauge to help you keep track of battery life. When you're running low, just pop the Switch's USB cable into any USB port and top off on-the-go, if needed.

On your seatpost, the Flare emits a valuable 75-lumen pop of light behind you to ensure you stay visible to motorists and other cyclists with whom you're sharing a lane. Unlike reflective clothing, this tail light isn't dependent other people's lights, and it will pulse or remain steady to ensure you stand out among a tapestry of vehicles, street lights, and other distractions. The Flare comes with an easy-to-replace disposable battery, and it mounts on either your seatpost or under your saddle with Exposure Lights' separately sold Saddle Rail Bracket.

  • Stand out on crowded urban streets with this light set
  • Headlight emits 350 lumens in steady and pulsing modes
  • USB-rechargeable headlight can be topped-off on-the-go
  • 75-lumen tail light mounts to either seatpost or saddle rails
  • Lightweight, compact designs won't clutter your frame
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nice front light

    the front light is very nice and the rear is as well. exposure makes very nice lights.