Our 400 lumen Bilby run headlamp, now comes in a translucent, one piece silicon strap which allows the red side illumination lights to shine through the sweat resistant strap.
Our 400 lumen Bilby run headlamp, now comes in a translucent, one piece silicon strap which allows the red side illumination lights to shine through the sweat resistant strap. Fully customisable on ModeMaker, the Bilby run features 7 pre-programed modes with run times reaching past 100 hrs.
The Bilby Run comes in 4 flashy colours, and is the perfect trail-side companion for runners looking to light their way.
The 5 LEDs on the Bilby Run are optimally placed for their individual purposes – a high beam to see by, 2 elliptical beams for mid and wide beam angles, a red light for night light purposes and downlights for reading. Within each mode there are four brightness settings. On the brightest setting, the Bilby Run has a range of up to 100m. Another unique feature of the Bilby Run is that the beam angel can be manually adjusted via an electronic tilt function, allowing the user to set to the perfect beam function for their use.
The Bilby Run also features an integrated USB connector as part of the lighting pod – which means no cables to lose or break. To recharge the headlamp, simply plug the pod into a USB-A port, and you’ll have a full charge in just 4 hours from flat.
The Bilby Run’s body and strap are moulded in transparent matte finish medical grade silicone that won’t tangle your hair. It’s easy to clean and is adjustable to fit head circumferences from 300- 660mm. The extremely comfortable silicone strap adjusts with a toggle. Once you’ve found your size you can set and forget or adjust on the fly.
A unique feature of Knog’s running headlamps is the Red-light – Halo-Effect. As a result of its construction from transparent silicone, when the headlamp is in operation a red halo light effect can be selected which helps increase the user’s visibility to other road users. This feature has been specifically designed to keep runner’s highly visible to other road users and works independently of the main headlamp beam.