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Knog Frog Lights

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $14.95

Product Description

Knog's new Frog Strobe Set features a compact single LED white front and red rear light with a pattern that's impossible to ignore strobe flash. Silicon body keeps water out and integrates mounting using a flexible loop that wraps around to a hook attachm

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by dvictor5 a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: November 18, 2009

Strengths:    So amazingly simple, tiny and hassle-free to use!
No annoying set-up on bike required at all!
Keeps you safe at dusk/night.
Puts out a decent amount of light.

Weaknesses:    If you ride in 99% or 100% relative humidity, the light may malfunction and/or short. (not recommended)
The light is not as bright as a car headlight or a pricey bike floodlight (duh!)

Bottom Line:   
I got me a KNOG FROG as a gift. Well, I wish I'd learned about this product earlier! These are a must have for ANY cyclist, IMHO. Bottom line: they are cheap, functional, real easy to use and attach to your bike, and they are MUCH better than riding at dusk or nighttime with NO light at all, that's for sure. I'm gonna buy me a KNOG BEETLE next, twice the light!
These are also great around the house as a tiny mini-flashlight you easily carry.
True your wheels quickly in low-light conditions!
BOTTOM LINE: I love my Knog Frogs !

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Favorite Ride:   St Vrain Canyon - Hwy 7, CO USA

Purchased At:   God's Country Store

Similar Products Used:   Back in da day: CATEYE 2xC batteries

Bike Setup:   Quick chain lube, adjustments, safety check and wheel truing and she's ready and rarin' to go!! Rock on Baby!

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