Knog Blinder Bicycle Light 1 Red LED Light Cross
|Price:||£14.99 FREE UK delivery.|
- Super bright 1 led front or rear light
- Integrated Silikio fastener + clip on case for with no tools required installation on seat posts and bars 22 - 32 mm
- Rechargeable by USB port.
- 20 Lumens Front, 11 lumens rear. Water resistant.
- Weight: 15g
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KNOG wants to offer practical quality products that respect the environment: the brand has been working hard to improve all aspects of their products and processes to make them as environmentally friendly as possible. The BLINDER 1 cross rear light is an unique and high-powered light with one LED that provides a white 20 lumens front light and a red 11 lumens rear light. Thanks to an optimal optic design, this light is visible at over 500 metres. With its 15g weight, it has a tool-less attachment for handlebars and seatposts of 22-32mm. Technical features: – Dimensions: 25 x 25 x 33mm – Weight: 15g – Materials: UV-Resistant Industrial grade silicone. Polycarbonate Lens, Latch and Housing. Hard-anodised aluminium fascia. – Rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery with USB – 5 light modes: Steady, Fast Flash, Organic Flash Slow, Organic Flash Fast, Eco-flash. – Burn time of over 2-hours in constant and up to 11-hours eco-flash mode. – Solid and light structure by efficient LED light – 100% waterproof and 100% snow and mud resistant – One button – Battery indicator: red for low battery, green when charged – Flexible silicone strap and clip – Tool-less attachment for handlebars/rear-posts of 22-32mm ø – Light is visible at over 500 metres.
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I find that the design, ,while convenient in the respect that it can be plugged into a USB outlet to recharge without a USB cord, then makes it bothersome to remove from the bike post or your bike helmet so as to plug into an outlet. You are constantly un-tying it from the bike or your helmet to re-charge. If it had an accessible mini USB port like a lot of other bike lights, you would be able still leave it on your bike or helmet. and use a cord to charge it. And, of course, you have to recharge it approximately after 2 and a half hours.
I usually don't ride that much longer than some two hours at a time and though the light does seem to stay strong after that amount of time ( one of the pros of it) , it still seems if you want to make sure that it won't go out when you ride again (as in my case), you have to recharge it generally after each use.
Then again, I have tried other bike lights and all require constant recharging after a few hours.
But also (see photos) the USB male plug is designed right into the Knog light which itself is convenient, but I find that to plug it into my Multi-USB-port charger so that the polarity is right, the body of the KNOG light has to face in a direction that obstructs the other ports. This is true for all the chargers I have with more than one USB port. And, most USB charging ports are designed so that the USB receptacle(s) is/are facing directly outward or to the side ( again see photos of the two charging ports provided).. This Knog light needs a charging port that would best have its receptacle on the top and the polarity has to be so that the the body of the Knog light faces away from the wall or other ports on the charging station. Of course you can buy and install those rotating electrical outlets or power strips, but if the USB charger isn't designed right, it may still not work.
I hope that the Knog company sees this comment. I think they make some good bike lights but they still have to work on their designs for them.
USB charging is good, comes with indicator to show charging is complete.
Secure fit and light weight.