Knog Light Pop R Rear now £2.99 + £2.99 delivery at Wiggle
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Knog Light Pop R Rear now £2.99 + £2.99 delivery at Wiggle

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Posted 9th Aug
Super bright, AA battery-powered, long run times, replaceable straps, and side illumination. So whoever you are, find your POP!


FUNCTION: Tail Light
OUTPUT: 5 lumens
DIMENSIONS: 25 x 25x 70 mm
WEIGHT: 53g

GET STARTED
1/ Pop open the light with a coin.

2/ Take out the battery saver tab. Check your +/- when you slide the battery back in.

3/ Slide the unit back together firmly.

4/ Press and hold the on/off switch for about 1 second to turn light on. Press the on/off button quickly to scroll between light modes.

LOW BATTERY INDICATOR:

When the battery in the light is getting low a little red light will turn on (visible through the front lens) to indicate the battery in the light needs changing

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Cheap but reviews are poor

1 / 5
Faulty, Returned immediately
PostedJuly 31, 2019

JaseWB

" On opening the light to remove the battery tab, the battery was leaking. This indicates to me they must be extremely old stock? Used another battery only to find I could not switch it on!! On offer at £2.99, you get what you pay for clearly. One to avoid . "



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1 / 5

PostedJanuary 31, 2018


Ljujzim
Country : Slovenia
Age : 35-44
Interest : Road Cyclist
" It works for a maximum of 2 hours, what is completely unacceptable for cycling light "
Cons: Low Quality


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1 / 5
Unreliable
PostedOctober 2, 2017


AudaxMJ
Country : United Kingdom
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
" Bought two of these lights and both failed after only a short time. Swithching on and off became problematic until they could no longer be switched off if you were fortunate enough to get it on and removal of the battery was the only option. Rubbish piece of kit my advice avoid.
aliexpress and you will find better lights with longer lasting battery
I have had two of these, terrible quality unlike usual Knog offerings. Both went back, the second time I had a refund.

Avoid.
Mine is two years old and it's working well. Good battery life, especially in low mode. Keep in mind that this should not be you main rear light.
ML609/08/2019 22:22

I have had two of these, terrible quality unlike usual Knog offerings. …I have had two of these, terrible quality unlike usual Knog offerings. Both went back, the second time I had a refund.Avoid.


Have you used any Knog front lights. And if yes , any ones you can recommend?
RedAnnette10/08/2019 08:31

Have you used any Knog front lights. And if yes , any ones you can …Have you used any Knog front lights. And if yes , any ones you can recommend?


I've got the Knog Blinder rear light (if you put it in one of the flashing modes it lasts for hours) but a Moon Meteor as a front light, which I find pretty good for the job.

If I didn't have the Moon I would be interested to see what the Knog PWR Rider 450L at £19.99 would be like - you could always order it and see what it is like and send it back if you didn't fancy it.
Heat for the name, it amused me
thomasleep10/08/2019 09:38

Heat for the name, it amused me


Had to read it twice! Almost spilled my coffee
Edited by: "paul29" 10th Aug
oldcrazy7710/08/2019 09:36

I've got the Knog Blinder rear light (if you put it in one of the flashing …I've got the Knog Blinder rear light (if you put it in one of the flashing modes it lasts for hours) but a Moon Meteor as a front light, which I find pretty good for the job. If I didn't have the Moon I would be interested to see what the Knog PWR Rider 450L at £19.99 would be like - you could always order it and see what it is like and send it back if you didn't fancy it.


Thanks been eyeing that particular light.....

I will do that soon
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