Knog Blinder X Front and Rear Bike Light Twinpack

Color: Black
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Describing these lights as bright is an understatement. This Knog Blinder X Twinpack produces a punchy 200 lumens on the front and 100 lumens on the rear to help you be seen in all light conditions.


  • Efficient Chip on Board (COB) LEDs provide maximum brightness level for up to 90% of the battery burn time
  • Square light has unique graphic flash pattern with 8 different modes, including eco flash mode for a whopping 60 hr. runtime
  • Integrated USB plugs directly into USB ports for a full charge in 4 hrs.—no charging cable required
  • When the battery is low, a red LED will light up; this ring will turn green and then turn off once the Blinder is fully charged and ready to go
  • Fully waterproof design helps you stay seen in foul weather
  • Toolless mounting system makes it incredibly simple to attach your lights using the included silicone straps, which won't risk damaging your bike frame or beloved paint job
  • Removable silicone straps can attach to bars and seatposts 22–32 mm in diameter
  • A large strap is also provided that will fit tubes and head tube profiles with a circumference of up to 200 mm
  • Handy clasp removal system makes it simple to remove your Blinder lights for charging or security purposes
  • Clasp is strong enough to hold your lights firmly in place and big enough to operate even when wearing gloves in colder conditions


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Technical Specs

Best Use


Bulb Type


Max Light Output (Lumens)

200 lumens

Headlight Mounting


Taillight Mounting

Multiple Locations



Charge Time

4 hours

Integrated Battery


Battery Life on High

2.5 hours

Battery Life on Low

60 hours

Battery Life Flashing

60 hours


2.4 ounces

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