Win an Exposure Lights HT1000 head torch

Last updated: 01-Mar-19

By Kathryn Bullock

You have a chance to win this super bright head torch from Exposure Lights in our latest prize draw launching today.

The HT1000 is their top of the range head torch which emits 1000 lumens and can illuminate an object up to 125 metres away – perfect for trail running across dark moors or mountains or in fact any night run.

This head torch has a high capacity lithium battery and you can add Exposure support cells to offer up to 5 hours at 1000 lumens or 20 hours at 250 lumens for a long run.  It is water resistant and very lightweight at 145g in its aluminium frame. The HT1000 also offers a safety strobe feature which can last for up to 30 hours.

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HT1000 Head torch Photo credit:  Exposure Lights

How to win

To enter is simple – just post a review on one of our kit review or race pages between now and Monday 15th April 2019.  

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That’s it. 

See our Contest Ts and Cs so you know how you can have the best chance to win and when we’ll pick and announce a winner.

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"The HT 1000 also offers a safety strobe feature which can last for up to 30 hours."

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