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The Expilion 300 outshines non rechargeable commuter lights by using a powerful Cree LED to fire 300 lumens on any commute. With a cost saving USB rechargeable Li-Ion battery stick that can be swapped-on-the-fly for longer run times, this 4 mode handlebar mounted commuter light brings high powered rechargeable illumination to savvy commuters that need to see and be seen.
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-easily detachable from the handle bar mount.
-simple to use, some would say 4 light mode is too little, but once you are using it, you'd say it is... Read more
Still going strong after almost 2 years. My only complaint is that the rubber hood for the charger fell off pretty early. Other than that, great light.Published 10 months ago by RD
I bought this light thinking it was of the best quality available, turned out it's made like so many other things these days, use a few times & throw it away! Read morePublished on August 17, 2013 by N. Zwicker
MADE IN USA!!!!!! I have two of these. I have been using one for about 3 years now. It has never let me down. I highly recommend it.Published on May 6, 2013 by Chad P.
It has worked well and lasted ~ 4hrs between charges, so far... I use it on blink mostly but some for illumination for nigt use.Published on February 1, 2013 by Serene Seeker
suffered some abuse on the trails, it keeps going
super bright. sturdy. I like it a lot
highly recommendable. Read more
brighter than the 250, but the battery drains faster and it comes without the helmet mount and it comes with a helmet mount. I would recommed it to a friend.Published on January 3, 2013 by MJE
This light provided what I was looking for: lots of light (300 lumens) without investing $100 or more. Read morePublished on December 9, 2012 by Michael R.
The 300 delivers ALOT of light! I had gotten some little LED lights to see (and be seen) in the dark while commuting to work, but they are for being seen. Read morePublished on September 30, 2012 by BB