Yes, it's true, I was planning on having this up last week. But... well, it didn't happen. That's the bad news. The good news is that I am posting it right now! With beam shots! On with the post...
Lets say that you picked up an Exposure Joystick MaXx 2. You wanted a helmet light that was lightweight and didn't have a separate battery. Now, about a year later, you're finding that it just isn't quite bright enough. Or, you need a new tail light... what do you do?
Exposure has just the thing for you. These are add on lights that are powered via the charging port on the Joystick, and clip onto the body of the light.
First up, the WhiteEye (silver light above). This little light doubles the output of the Joystick MaXx, upping from 240 lumens to 480 lumens (all lumen ratings are claimed).
Without the WhiteEye:
With the WhiteEye:
The larger red light, the RedEye is plenty bright (85 lumens), it'll get you noticed, but doesn't flash.
This tiny light weighs hardly anything at all!
The other plus? These accessories are inexpensive. The WhiteEye and RedEye are $45 each, and the RedEye Micro will only set you back $15.
These accessories are just the thing to extend the usefulness of the Joystick.