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SKU-KNOG-11759 Knog Blinder Road R70 Rear Light from Chain Reaction  sku

Knog Blinder Road R70 Rear Light - KNOG-11759 by Knog

Item description: This Accessories Lights product is by Knog - Knog Blinder Road R70 Rear LightThe Blinder Road R70 is the rear light for the discerning rider. With side illumination, dual and constant flash modes, and crazy power; you won’t find another light with as much brains and beauty. Coming with interchangeable straps & outputting 70 lumens of light Features:Materials: Polycarbonate housing and PMMA Lens. Hard-anodised aluminium fascia. UV-Resistant siliconeLight Output: 70 lumensDimensions: 27x76x52mmLight Modes: Steady, Fast flash, Chaser flash, Peleton, Eco-FlashBike Attachment: 3x interchangeable straps for post diameters measuring 22-32mm Lens: Collimated opticsConstant Bright Tech: Maintains consistent brightness throughout specified run-timeBattery: USB Rechargeable Lithium PolymerIntegrated USB Plug: Designed for the elements, 100% waterproofThermal Management: Automatically regulates the light output for optimum performanceWeight: 52gBuy Knog Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Knog

Category: Lights

$59.99

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