Product DescriptionThe fact that you can attach the 550-lumen Axis Single XML Light to your helmet, complete with battery, in a sub 100 gram package is pretty impressive to say the least. Exposure's makes this possible through the use of LED technology, a 2900mAh lithium ion battery (good for 2 - 36 hours), and...
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