Exposure Lights Spark Lights

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Small and Mighty the Spark is a Joystick on a budget. Great features and choice of Rechargeble or Disposible battery types, both will run the fuel gauge - genius. Spark, the high powered front light that defies all others for output, size and weight ratio. Protected from the elements in a sealed unit without extra cables or batteries in this Cable Free Design. The Spark is powered by one Seoul P4 LED emitter and produces 220 lumens. Our first light to use replaceable batteries, Spark’s 220 Lumen output is powered by two CR123-A Lithium-Ion Exposure cells. Regular users can upgrade with Spark’s rechargeable battery kit.
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