With the Knog Blinder Road 2, Knog introduces its first generation of Hi-powered bike lights specifically designed for road cycling. Delivering a colossal 200 lumen beam of light on the front, they're the first Blinder lights of their kind to give riders 100% visibility and freedom at night, all from a super-compact, super-light, USB rechargeable, waterproof, integrated silicone package.
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I've had the light for two weeks. It's bright, rechargeable, and sturdy (so far). I really like how easy it is to make vertical adjustments to the light. Because it just straps on to the bars, it's easy to nudge it up or down to change the light angle -- no screws or extra steps required. I also like that it straps directly to the bike without an additional attachment piece. Lastly, there are 4 flash modes available, and the Blinder remembers which one I was on previously (instead of having to push a button 3 times to get to "flash" each time you turn the light on, Binder will turn on and be at "flash" or whatever mode your previously left it at). I know it doesn't compromise the functionality of the light, but it's a great design feature.
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