Knog Presents the Small But Powerful Blinder Mini Range

Knog Presents the Small But Powerful Blinder Mini Range

Knog (Australia) - Presenting Blinder Mini - The All-New Light Collection.

Choose from four different front and rear bike light LED patterns, or mix and match to suit your style. At just 17 grams they are incredibly light, but with runtimes of up to 30 hours and a punchy lumen output, they’ll keep you seen and safe.

Blinder Mini Cross:

Big things come in small packages, and that is no different with the new Blinder Mini Cross Twin Pack lights.

Using new COB technology, the Blinder Minis produce a punchy 50 and 30 lumens for the front and rear lights respectively, that will ensure you’re seen and improve your safety in all lighting conditions.

The graphic flash pattern has 8 different modes, which makes this Blinder Mini one of Knog’s most individual lights ever, especially for its small, but mighty size.

The Blinder Mini Cross lights have integrated USB recharging, are 100% waterproof and have an impressive runtime of up to 30 hours on eco-flash mode.

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