Knog Blinder Road 600 front bike light review

The quirky Knog Blinder Road 600 front bike light is lightweight and even fits on an aero bar

Knog Blinder Road 600 front bike light
(Image credit: Knog)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Knog Blinder Road 600 front bike light is a good plug and play commuting light that will offer enough illumination for the average commute. It's steady beam and good run times have appeal, but faster riders or rural lane pedalers could do with something brighter.. 

Reasons to buy
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    Wide over long

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    Multiple bracket sizes

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    Fits aero bars

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    Steady beam

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    Easy to charge

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    lightweight

Reasons to avoid
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    Fiddly mode buttons

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    Not the brightest light

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Around since 2012, a 2020 redesign sees the Knog Blinder Road 600 front bike light gain an extra couple hundred Lumen, making it Knog's most powerful front light to date.

Knog say that by utilising two independent LEDs on the Blinder Road 600, each capable of 400Lumen, the joint beam is then calculated at 600 Lumen. The left hand side optic has a 12-degree beam, which is said to create the spotlight, whilst the right hand side optic has a 32-degree beam pattern, providing more of a flood light.

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