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    Win an Exposure Lights Six Pack!

    To our friends and fellow MTBR forum members: We're announcing a 'just
    for fun' giveaway for Exposure Lights new cable free 1800 lumen 'Six Pack'
    from Exposure Lights, a $550 value, to be given away to one lucky person!

    Between now and November 30th 2010, with MTBR's blessing, we will be
    asking for forum participation with this contest.

    All you have to do to be entered is:

    Post under this thread e.g. "Hey enter me!" , and simply tell us what
    else, besides biking, that you could use this 1800 Lumen Cable Free
    Light for? We think you could do quite a few things with it that you can't
    with cabled systems, but we want to hear it from you! The more amusing the better!

    We will announce the winner right here on Wednesday December 1 and then PM
    the winner for shipping details. We'll give you a month to get back to us
    and then we reserve the right to offer it to a runner up. Have fun playing!

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    Hey enter me! I could use it to simulate the sun in the winter time...

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    Hey Enter Me!!!

    Admittedly, it's not incredibly amusing but I'm a train driver and the torch we are issued with is pathetic....as well as using it for commuting, and night rides I could also use it to help me determine what that 'large bang' was as I'm travelling down a remote track at night......

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    Hey, enter me!!!

    I hike at night too.

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    "Hey enter me!"

    I could use 1800 lumens to melt the snow in my path in the winter.

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    Hey enter me!

    Wife, "If you like it so much, you should marry it!"

    Me, "I just might. I just might."

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    Hey enter me!

    I'd use it to mow the lawn at night just to tick off the nieghbors!!

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    Hey Enter Me

    I can put it on my 86 Honda Civic si's roof rack as a rally light.
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    Hey enter me!
    I would use it for night riding, photography(macro) and as a spare lightbulb for a car

    One more idea: I can put it on gardening tools(rake, brush, snow shovel) and do some work in the darkness of the night too. Also good for digging with spade when you don't have halogen worklights(I have been in this condition).

    I also go in old soviet military bunkers in the summertime(for exploring) and a good light is very useful(it is spooky in them).
    Last edited by GeniusGun; 10-29-2010 at 03:02 AM.

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    Hey Enter ME!!!!!

    Using the Six Pack for anything other than cycling would be absurd! I mean this is a mountain bike form. But if I had to I guess I could use it as a work light while wrenching on my bikes in the dark just because I could.
    Rolling the Fattys

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    Hey enter me!
    I could also use to help me run network cabling at work when I have to access the ceiling above the offices.

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    I'm in!

    Would be useful for cross country skiing and ice skating on lakes during the winter..
    Specially since i spend some good time up in sweden during the winters..

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    Hey enter me!

    I’m 6’8” and need the Six Pack light to complete my Halloween costume. I'm dressing up as a lighthouse.

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    Hey enter me!

    I could use it to do some night trail jogging with a jogging stroller (overkill sure). I could also use it to bug my neighbors by shining it into their windows. With that much light, I am sure that I can "Turn On" the lights in their house from my back deck. On the nights they stay up an party until 3:00 AM "sharing their music with me", I will make sure I wake up by turning on the lights at 5:00 AM you know to make sure they are not late for work (a kind return for them sharing their music with me).
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    hey enter me I'll use it to help feed bats -try it and see

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    Hey enter me. I'll use it to one my girlfriends bike who will be following me to light the way on the night time off road marathon I'm doing as part of this www.killerkielder.co.uk (preceeded by doing the kielder100 then kayaking the length of kielder lake all in one go and for charity!). I'd also use it at all the 24hour races I'm planning to do for training!

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    Hey enter me. I could also use the light for camping.

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    Hey enter me! I could use the light as a non lethal self defense tool to ward of would be home intruders at night.

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    Hey Enter ME

    I will use it to light up my X-wing fighter when I jump to hyper-space and navigate black holes.

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    Hey, enter me

    Hey, enter me.

    I could use the light to help with those after dark
    B&E's. Sometimes it's so dark you can't even see where the TV that you're gonna steal is.
    (not really, just thought that was pretty original)
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    Hey Enter Me!

    Hey Enter Me!!

    I'll use the light to shine out the back window of my car to alert people behind me that they a.) have their high beams on or b.) have lights that aren't aligned correctly.

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    ... and if we just ... Hey enter me !

    I spelunk...
    "Staring at the world from my own little Idaho..."

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    Enter Me! I will use the light to make nighttime assents of our local mountain and descend with confidence! Night skiing in the back-country opens up entirely new possibilities!

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    Hey, enter me!

    I would use them as replacements for the lights I have out on my broke-ass car.

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    "Hey enter me!"

    Our local search and rescue outfit uses a helicopter on occassion, we need a light for night operations.

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