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    Exposure Lights Giveaway- Enter Here!

    To our friends and fellow MTBR forum members: We're announcing a sweepstakes giveaway for a free set of Exposure Lights, including the Maxx D and Joystick - a $600 value, to be given away to one lucky person!

    Between now and the 2009 Sea Otter classic, with MTBR's blessing, we'll be accepting entries that will be drawn at Sea Otter by no less than the forum meister himself - Francois Cebedo!

    All you have to do to be entered is:

    Post under this thread e.g. "Hey enter me!" , and simply tell us which single feature about Exposure Lights LEDs that most interests you:

    1. Extremely lightweight
    2. Cable free/ no external battery.
    3. You name it...
    e.g. "#2 for me" or "I dig the lazer etching man"

    Saturday the 18th of April at Midnight is the deadline for us to include your entry so that we have all the entries in time for a Sunday Drawing at the MTBR booth.

    We'll post the winner on Sunday April 19th in this thread and then we'll 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.

    Thanks for playing and make sure to stop by the MTBR.com and Exposure Lights booths if you are going to be at the Sea Otter Classic, because in addition to the massive schwag giveaway at the MTBR booth, we'll be giving some bonus lights away there too!
    More details later.
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    Importer / Distributor for Exposure Lights, U.S.E. and VDO Cycle computers.

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    Enter me,
    #2 is the best thing about Exposure lights. Also love the quick release mount.
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    #4. possibly being free. Actually, cable free is pretty cool. oh yeah, enter me!
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    it was the no wires that really interest me.

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    Enter me! The best feature with these lights is cable free design.

    I've entered in the hope to win a more reliable maxx-d lol
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    2 Cable free+battery

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    Hey enter me!

    2. Cable free/ no external battery.

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    Hey enter me!

    2. Cable free/ no external battery.

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    Enter me!!
    i like the whole package of having nearly 1000 lumens, no cable or external battery and still get 3 hours run time on max

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    Heck yes--enter me!

    Really it's the exceptional IBEX Sports customer service that turns ME on.

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    I'm in. Wire-free is for me
    It's not about speed, it's about lack of control.

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    Yo--eneter me. I have a race; it is the best.
    #2: cable-free is d bomb---and yeah the etching's oh so fine too.

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    What the heck, Enter Me please

    I love the cable free design, and you can't go wrong with laser etching.

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    hey enter me!

    i like the no cable no battery aspect.

    plus they look better than most lights.

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    hey enter me! (anyone else feel a bit dirty saying that?)

    lovin the no cables, such a clean setup. So impressed you can get a 960 lumen output from an enclosed battery, nicely done! Draw happens to be on my birthday, would be a pretty rad gift

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    Enter me!

    Never had lights before and after looking these up they look pretty bright and no cables is sexy for a nice, clean look.

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    Enter me

    2. Cable free/ no external battery

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    deffinately no cables

    sign me up

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    Hey enter me.

    3. The piggy back battery. A great option for solo riders racing 24 hour events.

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    enter me
    No cables sounds good

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    enter me too!

    #2, that sounds awesome.
    I'm looking forward to regretting this.......

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    Enter me please -

    I like the charging scheme, and the fact that you allow for easy connection of an extended battery allowing you to add run time instead of having to just buy a larger battery and eschew the original.

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    enter please..

    i like to output and battery life, while being cleaning(no cables)

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    Hey Enter Me!

    #1 interests me the most. I am heavy enough! Wireless runs a very close second!

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    Enter me.
    The light output and beam mix for the set - flood on bars, spot on helmet - is perfect for mtb.

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    Hey enter me!

    #2 cable free/ no external battery is a huge advantage over other lighting systems in my eyes.

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    enter me
    cable/external battery free seems cool

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    "Hey enter me!"

    I like the long run time for the amount of light provided.
    When you think that life is though, keep a positive attitude : remember that it is short ;-)

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    Enter me.

    No cables makes for a hassle free light.

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    Hey, enter me.

    I like how Exposure lights allow riders to ride their bicycles (fast, because the lights are bright) when it is dark out.
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    i want to win too! enter me please.

    the cable / external battery free design is definitely key.

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    Hey, enter me.

    I dig the cool color options on the Joystick. Can I mount that to my kayak too??

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    Enter me! I like the combination of cable free design and high lumen output to run time ratio..
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    Enter me!

    I'm digging the warranty, and integrated battery.
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    Enter me!

    #2 no cables is the winner

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    enter ME!

    I like the sleek packaging 'can' look, simple and functional without excess

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    Hey Enter Me

    light weight and wire free with long run times.

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    Enter me, please. I don't think I could choose b/w loving the light weight and the cable free aspects. Thanks for this opportunity!

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    Hey, enter me!

    Small, bright and wireless. Can't beat that!

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    Yep, enter me too!!

    Yeah, no wires!!

    MB

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    Hey enter me!

    #2 cable free/ no external battery

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    Hey..me too!!

    #2 too...no battery is very nice

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    Enter me!
    Even though I have just finished my first DIY bike lights, I know my girlfriend would be thrilled to get one of your lights as I don't think she is yet prepared to put anything with cables on her bike For her, the compact size and the integrated battery are mandatory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deesta
    Hey..me too!!

    #2 too...no battery is very nice
    Deesta, no dyno and no battery, that would be a revolution.
    When you think that life is though, keep a positive attitude : remember that it is short ;-)

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    Enter Me Please!

    The Bike specific, All-in-One ("look no wires") design is the prime feature that marks the exposure lights out from the (dim) crowd.
    Much more than just a hi-tech torch/flashlight!

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    Please ENTER ME.

    I like your Maxx handlebar bracket: it looks pretty heavy-duty oriented and it's one of the best around. I also bought one as a spare part for using it in a DIY project.
    Last edited by mdsjack; 03-11-2009 at 07:07 AM.

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    Wow, thanks! - And please enter me!

    I have never seen your lights in person, but I have to think that in addition to the internal battery it is cool that there is an integrated fuel gauge. I just watched the MTBR review video and those mounts are very nice too.

    My choice for the most interesting feature though, would still be the internal battery.

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    I'm in.


    No wires!

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    "Hey enter me"
    Dey is de dogs danglys!
    Ahem,and #2. And they look cool,
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    Hell yeah, no cables rock! customer service is great too!

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    Hey enter me

    #2, cable free with no external battery is a winner

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    I wouldn't mind winning a set of lights. No cables would be a great feature, but a bright light with long burn time is what would interest me most.

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    I have a joystick on my helmet...great product. No cables...self contained...tiny...what's not to love!

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    Enter me!

    definitely #2 Great form factor.

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    Enter ME!

    well not being able to just say i liked something with out looking at it. i went to your website and holy cow is that a sweet light set up! my favorite feature is Lithium Ion Battery Technology i say this because well everything i have ever used with lithium ion is freaking amazing and well this light looks freaking amazing!

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    Hey enter me!

    Light weight cable free design.

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    Enter me!

    Enter me! I am interested in the 960 Lumen Output! (and free stuff)

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    Enter me please.

    I like the engineering involved to get all of that in a package so small, pretty cool.

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    Enter me please. Both 1 & 2 are great reasons. Plus I don't have lights.

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    "Hey enter me!"

    For me what makes Exposure Lights so good is the light output in such a small lightweight package with no cable to get snagged. Plus the "fuel gauge" is awesome for an early warning on when your night ride is nearing an end but when it is over you have an Lith Ion battery that charges quickly and consistantly to get you ready for the next night. Boo Yeah light in a small attractive case!
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    Def. the cable free aspect.

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    Enter me!

    Yes....no wires. Very nice.
    Roll over the weak and bunny hop the dead!

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    Hey enter me

    No cable

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    Hey Enter Me!!

    Gotta love the small format, light weight and cable free.

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    ENTER ME!

    I love the wireless design and the mounting bracket. I would have one by now if I could afford it.
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    ENTER ME PLEASE!

    Lightweight is always cool and I like the color options. PURPLE ANO!

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    Hey enter me
    Wire free
    integral battery
    good run times
    mucho lumens
    great mounting
    is there a box they don't tick?

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    Hey enter me!

    The single feature about Exposure Lights LEDs that most interests me is:


    Cable free/ no external battery.

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    Hey enter me! ..... I really like the QR mounting bracket and no wires. The US sales rep is good to deal with also!

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    enter me!

    2. Cable free/ no external battery.

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    bit of a poor phrase... sorry i'm exit only
    but I would like a free light

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    Hey, enter me in this contest. Cable free is way cool beans..

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    hey me too near 1000 lumens with no cables dream come true

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    Don't enter me

    #3 I already have a light no point taking a chance win from someone else.

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    cable free plus lots of lumens !

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    Enter me too please

    Cable free and lots of burn works for me.

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    Enter Me

    enter me!!!! I like no cables

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    Please enter me.

    Looks like some great lights.

    Cable free and light is very nice. The joystick mount on the helmet light is very cool.

    Thanks.
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    Hook me up Sparky!

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    Thank you sir, may I have another!

    Sign me up.

    I like the all-in-one design and the QR mount. I've been tempted to order just the mount for a DIY light.
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    Count me in!

    I'd have to go with the no wires and easy helmet mount!

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    enter me for my comuter

    cable free and looks great.

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    Enter Me

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    2. Wireless
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    enter me
    #2 is really impressive!!

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    3. I can sell them and use the money to buy more DIY parts.

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    Please enter me.

    Please enter me.

    (Not something I feel comfortable typing in public)

    #12 Reason is the Clamshell packaging for travelling or storage over Summer.

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    I'm in. I handled the Joystick at the booth at 24 hours of Moab. I really liked it and the pattern it put out. having no cables is a plus.

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    Hey enter me!

    I like the idea of being cable free and I hear the mounting system is cool.

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    Enter me please, I like the cable free design and I dont have any lights, so I would love to try some night rides!

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    Hey Enter me!

    #2 Cable free design

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    I wish I could come up wwith something other than what was already posted, but...

    #1 selling point = Cable Free!

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    Definitely #2. Thanks!

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    Enter me. No cables does it for me.

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    Hey enter me

    Hey enter me.

    small package and cable free design rock for me!

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    Enter me, please!!! These are very sweet lights. Lumens plus the great run times are what I like best.

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    Light, tight and bright, what more is there to like!

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    enter me

    #2 no cables
    "Life is gonna pass you by no matter what you do. An' if you're afraid to die you damn well better not be afraid to live"

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    Hey enter me
    #2 No cables

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    No wires is great. Keeps the bike simple and clean.

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    I'm IN

    I might as well put my name in as well. I like the self-contained wireless designs. If I win I promise to review the lights as well as give them away to someone else on the forum who I know has no lights. I'll do that because I already have a couple nice light sets. A lot of people can't afford nice lights. Since I believe in sharing ( if I win ) I will put everyone's name in a hat who has posted up for the lights on this thread ( people I know who are not regular posters with lights ) and draw out a name. Anyway, whoever wins, I hope you enjoy the lights. Thumbs up to Exposure for coming up with this idea. Would be real nice if the other major manufactures would follow suit.

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    I think my favourite feature is the mounting, very slick and they seem to work as well as they look.

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    no wires light weight good run time what more could you ask for, oh yeah free is always nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat-man-do
    I might as well put my name in as well. I like the self-contained wireless designs. If I win I promise to review the lights as well as give them away to someone else on the forum who I know has no lights. I'll do that because I already have a couple nice light sets. A lot of people can't afford nice lights. Since I believe in sharing ( if I win ) I will put everyone's name in a hat who has posted up for the lights on this thread ( people I know who are not regular posters with lights ) and draw out a name. Anyway, whoever wins, I hope you enjoy the lights. Thumbs up to Exposure for coming up with this idea. Would be real nice if the other major manufactures would follow suit.
    Catmando - that's a super generous offer. Thanks for the feedback from all so far.

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    #2, cable free with no external battery - also lightweight..

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    I'm a big fan of the high output and long run times. Very good looking units, also! Cable-free is a plus on the bars- I've never really minded the cable running to a battery pack in my jersey.
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    I like the optional piggy back battery for Epic night rides.

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    compact, powerful, stylish and no tangly cables... awesome!

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    Zero wire clutter is a huge plus!!

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    #1 is really impressive considering it contains the batteries.
    #3 the beam pattern and the amount of Lumens it puts out!

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    Sure, enter me in the drawing as well, please. And thanks! WRT the Enduro Maxx, I like the fact that you can get 3 hours on full power with no external battery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] Lights USA
    Post under this thread e.g. "Hey enter me!" , and simply tell us which single feature about Exposure Lights LEDs that most interests you
    Hey, enter me! (...in the contest, not literally)

    I dig the fact that the units are totally self-contained. You have no idea (well, actually it appears you do ) what the loss of cable clutter is worth.
    My video techniques can be found in this thread.

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    These light look as if they will light the way much better than the ride by the moon light routine.

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    Cable free. Cable free.

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    I really like the no wire aspect and also the mounting hardware for the joystick... slick.

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    I like the whole package of having nearly 1000 lumens with no cables or external battery and still getting 3 hours run time on max!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat-man-do
    Thumbs up to Exposure for coming up with this idea. Would be real nice if the other major manufactures would follow suit.
    Unless Exposure had some part in this giveaway (besides their name being on the lights), the credit should go to IBEX Sport's. IBEX Sport's as the United States distributor, do a great job of representing the Exposure line here.

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    no wires and great joystick helmet mount.
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    The best feature is the fact there are no wires. No wires makes setup alot simplier, especially when setting up in the cold .

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    Internal battery without too much additional bulk is pretty much the key thing. I'm assuming this also allows it to be used as a bleedin' powerful torch.

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    count me in please.wire free is my choice

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    I'm with just about everyone else with no cables! And 1000 Lumens!! That's awesome, maybe i don't need my car headlights when i drive at night now!

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    At first I was kind of indifferent to the whole no cable thing but the more I think about it the better it seems to me. I use my light for commuting and the smaller the package is to carry in the morning and the easier it is to pack away during the day the better.

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    Enter me please. Definitely the wireless design, and thanks, great idea.

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    #2, cable free sounds good to me.

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    #2 - no external battery..... im in!!!

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    #2 - no wires... Much cleaner install!!

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    2. Cable free/ no external battery

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    No cables, no heavy battery, quick release case and laser etching whats not to like?

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    I like that your light is cable-free AND able to run 3hrs on a charge - very nice!
    (also, the Maxx-D handlebar mount is the sweetest-looking out there!)

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    Cable free is good. Free light even better!
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    No wires and no external battery are tops.

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    #2 - No Cable. I use my light for commuting but have to take everything off when I lock my bike up. Being one unit I expect it to be much easier to take off and carry.

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    Cable free/ no external battery

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    Hey enter me! i like the runtime

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    best thing is wireless next best thing me no have to buy lights now

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    whole unit is self contained.....pick me,pick me

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    Enter me, I like not having cables to come unplugged or get mucked up downhilling in the dark.
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    Good luck everyone!!!

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    2. Cable-free :-)
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    i like #2: no cables

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    Cable free/no external battery

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    I never win at these things but enter me as well. Free beer to the dude that draws my name if I win!!!!

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    no wires and no external battery, where do i sign up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whayong
    I never win at these things but enter me as well. Free beer to the dude that draws my name if I win!!!!

    No bribes allowed!

    You are disqualified .
    Last edited by Calina; 03-15-2009 at 04:26 PM.
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    No cables is cool

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    1. No wires is a great feature.
    2. Piggyback battery possibility
    3. Positive reviews so far.

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    Cable free is me favorite feature.

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    The no cable, stand alone system is awesome!

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    No wire to deal with, and forget having to figure out where to put that battery.

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    My favorite features about Exposure Lights LEDs:

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    I am in ,the best for your system is the pattend without cables

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    The patend without wires is very good

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    Quote Originally Posted by whayong
    I never win at these things but enter me as well. Free beer to the dude that draws my name if I win!!!!
    You'll have to talk to Francois about that one what beer are we talking here? domestic, foreign, micro? If it's as dry and windy as it usually is at Sea Otter we may all be thirsty

    Thanks for all the comments and entries - this has been way more popular than we thought so we'll most likely kick in some runner up product if the winning odds reduce with the number of entries. Check back in nearer the end of March to see what we've added so don't feel you have to keep this to yourself!

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    It's true, lack of wires flopping makes this number one light in all Kazakhstan.

    Very nice.

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    -The cable free feature is great as long as it's bright enough (which it appears to be)

    -I also like the package, so I can keep it in my gear bag without worry of breaking it


    EDIT: Another feature that would be nice would be the ability to change out batteries if your ride goes longer than the battery life. I couldn't tell from the website if it's rechargeable in the unit or separate. Something separate would be great at 24hr races, adventure races, ect... (I was looking at the MaxxD)
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    #2 That they're cable free. Thanks!

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    As a weight-weenie #1 option, closely followed by #2.

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    Cable free interests me.

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    I love the portability. You can use them for more than just biking without having to lug around an external battery!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbykr
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    -The cable free feature is great as long as it's bright enough (which it appears to be)

    -I also like the package, so I can keep it in my gear bag without worry of breaking it


    EDIT: Another feature that would be nice would be the ability to change out batteries if your ride goes longer than the battery life. I couldn't tell from the website if it's rechargeable in the unit or separate. Something separate would be great at 24hr races, adventure races, ect... (I was looking at the MaxxD)
    Ask and you shall receive!
    Exposure makes the "piggyback batteries" 1 & 3 cells to allow for longer burn times. These piggybacks plug into the charge port and charge the main unit until the piggyback drains then the main unit battery takes over for the remainder of burn time. Burn time with the piggyback's varies depending on the light output level selected.
    Even with the piggyback's the system still ranks among with the lightest packages.

    Thanks for your interest...

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] Lights USA
    Ask and you shall receive!
    Exposure makes the "piggyback batteries" 1 & 3 cells to allow for longer burn times. These piggybacks plug into the charge port and charge the main unit until the piggyback drains then the main unit battery takes over for the remainder of burn time. Burn time with the piggyback's varies depending on the light output level selected.
    Even with the piggyback's the system still ranks among with the lightest packages.

    Thanks for your interest...

    Steve

    Outstanding......thanks for sharing!
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    2. Cable free/ no external battery
    1. Lightweight always scores points

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    Hey enter me!, because it's got no wires and if I win its free

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    Hey enter me! #2 - very nice feature.

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    #2 gets my vote. Light and bright, what's not to like?
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    #2 no cables or external battery

    great technology

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    #2 for myself......no cable/external battery design interests me!!

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    Compact & wire free is what does it for me!

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    I love the no wires idea and i NEED a lightset for a 24 hour endurance ride in May...Otherwise i'll be running with disposable batteries.

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    Cable free/no external battery is my favorite feature.

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    I think the weight is great but the wireless is better!

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    Hmm... What do I like about Exposure lights? Well, there's so many to list but I keep coming back to the fact the MaXxD puts out 720Lumens for 3 hours! All this with no wires!

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    MaXx D Lumens and burn time

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    No cables, LED, Free maybe

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    #2 I really like the wireless system. It's very versatile no worries of tangling with branches on trail rides.

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    Positively no cables are good
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    Enter me please, Burn time versus brightness is awesome and the no wire feature makes setup a breeze. Looks like a great system for 24 hour solo races with the additional piggy back batteries

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    Quality light beam, lumen's, and battery life-- all in a compact size is where it's at.
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