In the hunt for better visibility in low-light and nighttime conditions, one might be tempted to mount a fog light to the handlebars if it weren't for the prohibitive size and weight of it. The Knog Blinder Road 250 Headlight provides a better option to light the way, packing 250 lumens into its small and lightweight frame for over 1000 meters of visibility that mounts neatly and unobtrusively onto the bars. The body of the Road 250 is made from UV-resistant, industrial grade silicone and polycarbonate housing, providing a waterproof and durable casing that will shepherd this light through all the inclement weather you might encounter. The massive lighting functionality is delivered thanks to two LUMILEDS LEDs, a lens designed to balance beam width and distance. By incorporating design elements to manage temperature increases, Knog ensures that the LED lights will stay bright and consistent for when you really need them. The Road 250 is powered by a rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery with run times ranging from one hour on narrow or wide beam mode to six hours in flashing mode. With a myriad of additional options including single and dual beam settings in both high and low modes, you can customize the brightness with a quick button click to meet your riding needs on the fly. When you've exceeded the light's run time, an integrated, weather-resistant USB plug handles recharge duties. The Knog Blinder Road 250 Headlight comes complete with a helmet mount and two removable silicone straps for 22-28mm bars and 29-35mm bars.
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