Riding last night using my exposure enduro maxx I noticed the battery is only lasting around 20 mins on full. It's been decreasing gradually for a while but I have used it for commuting and night riding for nearly 6 years since I bought it.
Anyway I thought I would open it up and look at changing the batteries. Knowing the front unscrews I removed the front. Realising I was in deep I tried putting the light back together and forgetting I ever tried to fix it. Unfortunately I have broke all the rubbery covers from the emitters and the light no longer works at all. I did find out after that the rear also unscrews allowing access to the battery. I have since mastered putting the front back on and would like to solder some new emitters on. If this works I will then buy some new batteries.
So my questions are.
What emitter do I need? (Originally they are Cree p7 but I can't find any to buy)
Is there an upgraded/newer/ better emitter I could replace them with?
Where can I buy them from?
Which batteries and where from?
It seems a shame just to throw it away and I always like a challenge, successfully or not.
I already have a gloworm x2 that I use for proper night rides but I liked keeping the self contained exposure on the commuter for the winter.