Knog PWR Rider front light review

Neatly packaged light with plenty of illumination, good battery life and an in-built USB powerbank

Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Knog PWR light range provides a lot of options for different riding styles from commuting on lit roads through to technical off-road use. They are well made and the design means that they can double up as a power bank to charge other devices when on the move.

Reasons to buy
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    Range of five lights with illumination levels to suit your riding

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    Double up as a power bank

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    Easy operation with gloves

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    Robust mounts

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    Configurable lighting modes

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Reasons to avoid
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    Recesses in lights can accumulate dirt

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Knog may have started out selling compact blinkies for commuters, but its range of lighting options has become ever-broader and more sophisticated. Its acme is the Knog PWR light range.

There are actually five different PWR lights, ranging from the 450 lumen Knog PWR Commuter at £49.99 to the Knog PWR Mountain, pumping out 2000 lumens peak and costing £179.99.

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