Knog Plus Free Twinpack Running Lights

Colour: Transparent

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  • Retail price: 30.00


Plus Free Twinpack is a set of super-bright, wearable and USB rechargeable outdoor and running lights.



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Knog Plus Free Twinpack Running Lights

Plus Free Twinpack is a set of super-bright, wearable and USB rechargeable outdoor and running lights. With an output of 40 lumens of light from the front and 20 lumens from the rear, the integrated COB LEDs ensures you are well seen up to 1km away.

Get Lit

Plus Free pumps out an impressive 40 lumens of light from the front and 20 lumens from the rear and has 5 different light modes. It’ll keep you lit up all night long, with run times of up to 40 hours on eco flash. Efficient Chip on Board (COB) LEDs designed to provide maximum brightness level for up to 90% of the battery burn time for each mode.

Wearable Clip

Where can you wear Plus Free? Where can’t you wear it! Use the clip to attach the light to your tshirt, shorts, socks, headband, backpack, dog collar (we could go on…)

USB

The integrated USB plug makes charging Plus Free a breeze. No charging cable is required, Plus Free plugs directly into USB ports & is designed to be exposed to the elements. With a charge time of just 4 hours. you’ll be lit up again before you know it.

Specifications

  • Charge Time: 4 hours

Front - Modes

  • Steady: 40 lumens: 2 hours runtime
  • Strobe: 40 lumens: 8.5 hours runtime
  • Pulse: 40 lumens: 4.5 hours runtime
  • Fancy Flash: 40 lumens: 10 hours runtime
  • Eco Flash: 40 lumens: 40 hours runtime

Rear - Modes

  • Steady: 20 lumens: 2 hours runtime
  • Strobe: 20 lumens: 8.5 hours runtime
  • Pulse: 20 lumens: 4.5 hours runtime
  • Fancy Flash: 20 lumens: 10 hours runtime
  • Eco Flash: 20 lumens: 40 hours runtime

FOR MACBOOK AIR OWNERS : The magnet in your MacBook Air responds to the magnet in the Plus Free light and turns off the screen when it's plugged in to charge. This does not harm your computer (it just thinks the lid is closed).