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The Knog Blinders pack into a very small and bright package. Over 7 years of research, design and plain hard work make a deceptively simple light that packs a heavy technical punch.
 
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Excellent product very bright and waterproof
Posted10 March 2014
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Barbarian42
fromCooma NSW 2630, Australia
Country : Australia
Age : 35-44
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Quality first
"Great product. Very bright, different patterns work well for all conditions. Waterproof so no issues with riding in damp conditions. USB charging is easy. Mounts well on handle bars and rear seat stem."
Pros: Durable, Attractive, Rugged, High Quality, Lightweight
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The Knog Blinders pack into a very small and bright package. Over 7 years of research, design and plain hard work make a deceptively simple light that packs a heavy technical punch.
 

Will this lamp fix to a saddlebag loop?

Mine does but I had to add some old rubber tubing to make it tight so the light wouldn't point down on the ground. Now it works great. You need to make it similar dimensions to a seat post.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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Barbarian42
Cooma NSW 2630, Australia
 
The Knog Blinders pack into a very small and bright package. Over 7 years of research, design and plain hard work make a deceptively simple light that packs a heavy technical punch.
 

Will this light fit a helmet?

I have a Giro helmet, wondering if the fitting is flexible enough to fit back of helmet.
I have mounted it on my helmet on the rear webbing where you adjust the tightness. The strap is designed to fit around a seat post if that helps.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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Barbarian42
Cooma NSW 2630, Australia