With Stand Light Technology, when you stop riding the light dims slightly but remains lit for 10 minutes. It ensures you will still be seen when stopped at junctions. It bounces straight back to full output after a couple of peddle revolutions. There is up to an hour of light produced after this to help with all post ride activities.
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Customer reviews for Exposure Revo Mk1 Dynamo Light with Rim Brake Hub - Road Specific
Review 1 for Exposure Revo Mk1 Dynamo Light with Rim Brake Hub - Road Specific
It was bought:Brighton
Brilliant, bright and battery less
Posted17 January 2013
Yes, I recommend this product.
Pros: Good value, Good quality, Lightweight, Looks great
I've owned one of these since these wre launched by Exposure at the end of October and it's been great. The hub was built into a Mavic open pro rim and I've had no problems from new.
To have 800 lumens on tap by just turning the cranks (approx 15mph gives max output) is ideal for my 2hr round commute. It's also got a spart port on the back of which I've added a red eye which uses the power produced fromn the hub to give me a brilliant, bright and battery less system.
The stand by on this is great. it gives me at least 10 minutes on stand by at full power, enough time to put my bike away without sticking on the garage/flood lights in the garden.
I would highly recommend this product from Exposure as you will never have to worry about charging or changing the batteries in your lights again.
Great product Exposure!
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