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Top Gear: MTS Lights

MTS stands for My Tiny Sun and that’s quite apt, as these units put out a huge amount of light. Shown here are the Sport 2700, Pro 2800X and the Pro 3600X. As you might guess, the model number refers to the amount of lumens each unit puts out. These lights are made in Germany and boast interchangeable lenses, helmet mounts and extension cables. They also have integrated electronics and Cree XM LED’s. Importantly, these lights are all super tough.If you’re looking for extremely bright and reliable lights that can be used for a range of activities, these could be for you.

Price: $899 (Pro 3600)

$729 (Pro 2800X)

$629 (Sport 2700X)

Distributed by Ferei Australia

www.ferei.com.au

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Seat posts and clamps. Malvern Star have come up with a simple solution to avoid the barrety holder zip tie.

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