Completely waterproof, the Knog Blinder Standard 4 LED Front Bicycle Light direct the light in a way that makes it visible over 800 metres. With four super bright LEDs that emit 60 lumens of front light, it also boasts five different modes: steady, fast flash, organic flash 1, organic flash 2 and eco flash. Boasting a silicone strap with a stainless steel clip, it allows for tool-less camber attachment for bars that are 22-35mm in diameter. With an inbuilt USB recharge system, the light has a lithium polymer battery which provides up to 50 hours of use when used in eco-flash mode. - L.M.
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Great light. The clamp is super functional and works great and is very simple to operate as stated in the other review. Love the USB charger, although I have found that some old desktop CPU's are a little harder to plug the usb into. Charging it last awhile, but if your using the constant beam once the red warning light comes on you better pedal fast cause you only have about 15 minutes left before it dies. Semi-agree with what the other review said, it's perfect for city riding but trail -riding can be a little tougher as it does light up a bigger patch but only maybe 6-8ft ahead on the ground. It's the best bang for your buck at this price-point and unless you're riding around in the woods (I was biking around Tahoe when I first got this, it works but something stronger would be better) you will be highly satisfied with this light.
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These are bright, waterproof and rechargeable. Have heaps of settings, but you don't have to cycle through them all, long push to turn on, long push to turn off, tap to change settings, it remembers the last setting. Only issue is that it seems to illuminate a large area a little bit rather than a more directed beam, so without streetlights you have to look quite hard. Best for visibility to cars not trail riding or anything.
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