The Plug Twinpack is a light set inspired by Knog's roots and comes in with an over-molded soft touch TPU (rubber-like material). The Plug Twinpack includes an effective 250-lumen front light and is paired with a 10 lumen rear light. Packed with innovative touches like a low battery indicator, cut-outs in the front light body for improved side visibility, and like all Knog bike lights, both the front and rear lights are fully USB rechargeable.
Designed to work with all types of bicycles from commuters to road bikes, each light in the set also comes with two different sized silicone bands for securing it to handlebars, seat stays, and of course, seat posts. The Plug Twinpack is perfect as an everyday light set.
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Mfg PartNum: 12254
Dimensions: H: 43mm x W: 33mm x L:75mm
Recharge Time: 2.5 hours
Lumens: 250 (front), 10 (rear)
Modes: High, Low, Pulse, Flash, Eco Flash
Light Type: Micro USB rechargeable (not included)
The lights make great light and good run time per charge. The bands for mounting are hard to get into the hooks on the body of the front light. If you're not super careful, the silicon rubber bands may launch into the abyss or under stuff never to be found again. Putting tape over one hook seems to help solve this , but forensic inspection is needed each time these lights are installed.
The lights are bright enough for short rides, stay charged pretty well so far, and seem to be durable. The drwawbacks are 1.) the rubber caps which allow access to charging ports aren't going to last. , and 2.) the rubber bands used for attachment will not last either (though it probably isn't too hard to replace them, there has to be a better design solution).