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Old 02-01-05, 06:06 PM   #1
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USE bike lights (German brand I think)

Has anyone had experience with these lights? USE or U.S.E. they might be called. They make a light that is battery and headlamp all in one unit and is supposed to be pretty awesome. I can't find any info on them on the web. They must be available in Europe but info is hard to find.
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found them under Exposure Lighting Systems, nice looking system !!! small, light and $$$
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http://www.exposurelights.com

they're made in England.

Lupine or Super-Nova are the German brands
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http://www.exposurelights.com

they're made in England.

Lupine or Super-Nova are the German brands
cool, thanks, I hear Lupine are great too but also a lot of $$. I like the idea of battery and light in one small package in the USE lights. Looking for dealers in Australia if anyone knows of any. I put an e-mail in to them to find out more info too.
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