Exposure's Toro MK6 comes with some great updates including a OLED Status Display that gives you battery life on screen.

Product Overview

Overall rating:

Score 10

Exposure Toro MK6

Pros:

  • All in one unit
  • Powerfull
  • Battery life
  • Display screen

Cons:

  • Not much at all

Product:

Exposure Toro MK6 front light

Manufacturer:

Price as reviewed:

£274.95

Riding at night can be stressful, worrying about how long your light will last and if it’s bright enough. The Toro covers both these bases with ease. Its simple OLED Status Display tells you how much charge is left and subsequent riding time on all four of its settings, meaning you can rest assured that you’ll be lit up during your ride.

OLED status display means you'll always know how long you have left

OLED status display means you’ll always know how long you have left

Designed for mountain biking, its 1,800 lumens light the road well, even on the lowest setting. The flash mode is great for commutes and the inbuilt ‘reflex technology’ senses your riding, adjusting the brightness so as to maintain optimum battery life. To make life simpler the handy ‘touch anywhere’ casing means switching between modes is easy, even with a gloved finger.

Verdict

As with all Exposure lights the Toro is one sleek unit, so there’s no extra battery pack to attach. Catering for home and work the Toro comes with a USB and socket charger so you can ensure you’re fully charged wherever you are.

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  • ivorf

    Having been dazzled by bright flashing lights on other bikes, I’m beginning to wonder if bright lights should be kept dipped and in constant mode (i.e not flashing). A secondary lower-powered light could be used as a flasher. There also seems to be a new generation of high-powered rear lights. With these, the risk of dazzling road users behind you seems obvious. I don’t know what the law has to say on this, but I suspect that if there are enough complaints, the police will start checking whether these lights are road legal.