Exposure Diablo LED-USB Helmet-Bar Light
Aggressive riding demands no margin for error and the Diablo floods the trail with light to take in all the detail you need to win the challenge. Effortless control using TAP allows you to swiftly change the mode to match the pace of the trail with a mere tap to the light, so you can unleash the 1500 lumens when you need it. Couple this with a lightweight, CNC engineered aluminium body and the Diablo gives you licence to raise hell on the trail!
The Diablo is packed with great features, such as Smart Port Technology and Intelligent Thermal Management. Smart Port Technology + allows compatible units to recognise accessories, allowing you to power additional front and rear lights or other USB accessories from your Diablo Light, and allows you to control both your front and rear light simultaneously with your Exposure Remote Switch. Intelligent Thermal Management prevents the light from overheating and ensures maximum efficiency. The Diablo also features a cable-free design, fuel gauge and positive feedback switch technology.
With a battery capacity of 3400 mAh, a maximum burn time of 24 hours, an array of innovative features, incredible durability and build quality at a weight of only 120 grams, the Diablo range of lights are an incredible light that won't let you down. You will not be disappointed!
PLEASE NOTE - Picture For Illustration Purposes Only. Helmet not included.
- 1500 Lumen Output.
- TAP Technology.
- Smart Port Technology.
- Intelligent Thermal Management.
- Optimum Mode Selector.
- Fuel Gauge.
- USB Chargeable.
- Weight: 120g.
- Burn Time: Min 1 hrs Max 24 Hrs.
- Battery Capacity: 3400 mAh Li-ion.
- Dimensions: Length: 115mm, Head: 41mm, Back: 33mm.
In The Box:
- Diablo Light
- Helmet mount
- Handlebar bracket
- Smart charger
- USB charge cable
- Quick start guide
Ratings & Reviews
Perfect single light setup for quick blasts
by Liam O. -
Easily the best helmet mounted option for short rides in the winter.
PRO TIP: Do not point it at your face when you turn it on, it's been a week and I still can't see much.