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Knog Blinder Mini Niner Rechargeable Front Light
The Blinder MINI Niner, so called for its array of 9 LEDs. These surface mounted LEDs punch well above their weight, with the 20 lumens for front getting you seen from over 500m away. Niner has a reflective face for added safety. With a weight of only 15 grams the light uses its tool-less attachment to securely connect to handlebars and frames of 22-32+mm.
 
Specification
  • Dimensions: 46x43x30mm
  • Weight: 15g
  • Materials: UV-Resistant Industrial grade silicone, Polycarbonate Housing, Optical grade PMMA Lens, Hard-Anodised aluminium fascia.
  • USB Rechargeable Lithium Polymer Battery (USB). This saves using about 600 AAA Alkaline batteries during the light's lifetime.
  • LEDs: Efficient LEDs designed to provide maximum brightness level for up to 90% of the battery burn time for each mode. Rather than LED brightness deteriorating during your ride
  • Battery: Rechargeable Lithium polymer battery via integrated USB plug.
  • Peak brightness: Front: 20 Lumens
  • 5 Light modes: 1. Steady, 2. Strobe Flash, 3. Fading Flash, 4. Lightning Flash, 5. Eco Flash.
  • Run-time: Blinder MINI front models last 1.8-2.5 hours in Steady mode, 3.5-4 hours in Strobe Flash, 3-3.8 hours in Fading Flash, 3.5 hours in Lightning Flash and 10-11.5 hours in Eco Flash. 
  • 100% Waterproof: The Blinder MINI is IP67 Tested and 100% waterproof against all elements
  • Beam angles (degrees): 90°
  • Bar Diameters: Fits bars / posts 22-32mm+ and aero.
Mr Buchan This is a very well designed bike light. The little metal clip allows you to get leverage to take the silicone strap on an off smoothly, the built in USB port means you dont have to fret about cables, and the low-battery warning light gives you a nice heads up so that you can stay safe. It also has an excellent range of modes for attracting attention, and the full beam mode got me through a dark park, although I wouldnt recommend it for regular riding in the pitch black. The battery life is good but not as long as other lights I have used. The 9 LEDs all act as essentially one big LED- I would have thought that one of the modes would involve lighting different parts of the 9 LED board at different times, as this could be quite attention grabbing. TL;DR Its an excellent bike light, with very minor areas for improvement.