We received a lot of interest in the 3 models, but on the MOB Carbon the attention was particularly focused and there are a lot of positive feedback received.
Almost all of them have underlined the originality of the design. In fact, the MOB Carbon is the first torch on the market built in carbon and aluminum exteriors, which gives a valuable futuristic design, not to mention that this method of construction was desired by Exposure Light to achieve the combination of a torch extremely light and at the same time particularly robust.
Design, sturdiness and lightness are not the only prerogatives of a torch born to offer the best versatility. The MOB Carbon has been designed to offer a method of use appropriate to the most varied types of use of a torch in the boat.
The MOB Carbon, through the lanyard supplied, we can put it on the lifejacket, or we can wear it where we prefer or hang it somewhere to easily have a fixed lighting point.
Although MOB Carbon adapts well to different types of use, it excels especially in emergency situations. Thanks to MOB technology, if it falls into the sea, it activates the strobe to signal its presence and above all the position of the person who wears it.
- If the unfortunate person has the MOB Carbon and is in a state of consciousness, he can point the 1000 lumens directly at the boat, otherwise the strobe will automatically signal his presence.
- If the man at sea does not have the torch, the crew on board can throw it directly at him, without the need to light it and thus saving very important seconds.
- When we are unable to track down the man at sea, the torch helps us with its 1000 lumens, able to promptly capture any reflective details, such as the lifejacket.
If we really have to find a limit to MOB Carbon, it is in its use as a searchlight. In fact, the wide beam of light, very comfortable in most uses, is not suitable to penetrate the light in abundance. Although it is suitable for detecting objects or people at sea within a radius of 100 metres, it is difficult when we have to look further. If the prevailing methodology of use is research, then we suggest to opt for the model Exposure Action 9 Search.