Knog have thrown the rulebook out of the window and reinvented the dull old bike light in recent years. The tiny Frog Strobe is one of the results, and is about as cute as a bike light can be. It's tiny, yet you won't believe just how much light it's capable of producing from just 19g in weight.
Available in a wide range of fun colours, it's encased in touchy-feely rubberised silicon finish, allowing you to strap it around your seat post, handlebars, or even a pushchair to help keep your little person safe in the dark. And because it's so simple to attach and remove, it can be with you everywhere you go. The biggest dilemma is which colours to choose!
NOTE: these lights are a great addition to your lighting; to be on the safe side we recommend they should be used as an additional source of light rather than as a primary light.
- Dimensions: 80 x 35 x 42 mm
- Weight: 19g
- Industrial Silicone Body
- 2 coin cell batteries - CR2032
- Produces 25 lumens of brightness
- Capable of 80 hrs (flashing), 50 hrs (constant)
- Hi Powered surface mounted LED strobe system with lens
- 4 modes: Strobe, Disco Strobe, Strobe Pulse and Constant
- Flexible silicone body
- Integrated clipping feature
- Quick-release mounting
- Visible up to 600 metres
Knog are an Australian firm from Melbourne who've made a huge splash in the bike accessories world. They did the small time pub gigs of the bike world for years before finally getting talent spotted - and the rest is rapidly becoming history.
Their funky locks and lights have made an almost unprecedented impression within their sector, and they're expanding into other areas at high speed.
In fact, there are few other players in the cycling world with such a conviction that existing 'rules' count for nothing - and that colour can be used anywhere. But it’s the quality of their designs and manufacturing standards that really marks them out – no danger of style over substance with these guys.
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