Free Delivery Over $99*
* Ex. bulky/heavy items.
60 Day
Returns
Shop Now
Pay Later

Exposure Toro LED-USB Handlebar Light

00 No Reviews yet
RRP: $610.00
From$479.95
or 4 payments of AUD $119.99 with
 Learn More

Description

The Exposure Toro Mk9 is a lightweight yet powerful cross-country thoroughbred for racers and weekend warriors looking to light up the nighttime trails. Using Reflex Technology, the Toro can achieve a mighty 2650 lumens (Reflex mode) in a tight, focused beam and only weighs 236g. 

The Reflex technology is an intelligent system that adjusts the brightness depending on the trail you are riding. It uses a combination of gradient, acceleration and cornering forces that are then matched with a level of illumination, meaning you don't have to keep stopping or ride single-handedly to adjust the settings.

It's no wonder The Exposure Toro Mk9 is considered a thoroughbred of bike lights.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • LED Configuration: 3 x White XPL2 Cree LED
  • Lumens: Max 2000 / Reflex 2650
  • Battery: 8,700 mAh Lithium-Ion
  • Runtime: 2hrs - 3hrs
  • Rechargeable: Mains and USB
  • Charge Time: 9 hrs

MATERIALS

  • Anodised 6063 Aluminium
  • Water Resistance IPX6

DIMENSIONS

  • Length: 114mm
  • Head Diameter: 47mm

INCLUDED

  • Toro MK9
  • Quick release bracket
  • Smart charger
  • USB charge cable
  • Quick start guide

 

 

No options available. Please reduce your filters.
 
Colour
Size
 
 
Black
Mk10 - 2650 Lumens
$479.95
Black
Mk11 - 3100 Lumens
$539.95
Only 1 left!
Free Delivery on orders over $99** Excludes heavy/bulky items
Calculate shipping

Ships from our Melbourne, Australia Warehouse


Reviews

0

Ratings & Reviews

No reviews available

Be the first to Write a Review

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Exposure Toro LED-USB Handlebar LightEXPTOROLGHT
Black - Mk10 - 2650 Lumens5060369153484
Black - Mk11 - 3100 Lumens5060369154337

Blog View all

Everything You Need For A MTB Ride With Kids

Taking the young kids out for a MTB ride can be a great experience for all. But if you’re not fully prepared, it can be a bit of a disaster. Michael covers all the gear you'll need, with a few extra t...

Read More  

How To Install A Seat On Your MTB

Bike seats come in all shapes and sizes and what feels blissful to one rider might feel like torture to the next. Your bike might come with the perfect saddle already installed but it often takes a bi...

Read More  

Get Your Child Riding A Pedal Bike Without Training Wheels

Once your kid has mastered the balance bike they'll be ready to progress to a normal bike without training wheels, and the next challenge will be teaching them how to pedal. Michael is here to show hi...

Read More