Introducing Knog Plus. Mount it on your handlebars. Plus your seatpost. Plus your helmet. Plus your fork. Plus your socks. Plus...

Introducing Knog Plus. Mount it on your handlebars. Plus your seatpost. Plus your helmet. Plus your fork. Plus your socks. Plus...

Knog (Australia) - Press Release: Get lit.

The Plus pumps out an impressive 40 lumens of light at the front and 20 lumens at the rear. It’ll keep you lit up all night long, with run times of up to 40 hours on eco flash and 2 hours on high beam. 

Plus you can recharge by plugging straight into a USB port, no cable required. 

Did we mention it’s 100% waterproof, has 5 light modes and weighs only 12 grams? Now that’s a plus.

Multiple mounting method:

Where can you mount the Plus? Where can’t you mount it? 

Handlebars, forks, seatposts, pannier racks and stays. Vertical and horizontal. Standard and oversize handlebars and seatposts (22.2 - 31.8mm+). Anything goes. 

Swapping cycling for camping or running? No dramas. The Plus doubles as a wearable night running light and versatile camping light. Use the clip to attach the light to your tshirt, shorts, socks, headband, backpack, dog collar (we could go on…)

Biomotion:

People are great at recognising other people. We notice movements that are unique to humans (biomotions). On a bike, the up and down pedalling motion is what makes you recognisable as human. Research has shown that cyclists who highlight this biomotion, for example by adding lights to shoes or socks, can be more conspicuous to others.

The Plus' integrated wearable clip means you can add the light to your clothing so you can make your biomotion stand out!

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