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September 12, 2013

USB Rechargeable Bike Blinky Light

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Below, excerpts from Alexander Rose's Cool Tools review .

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When riding after dark you really want some good marker lights for your bike (a marker light is a blinky light that helps drivers see you when riding at night.)

I find, though, that most of these lights are either too big or they use short-lasting and hard-to-find watch-type batteries.

Knog makes a surprisingly bright LED light for your bike in soft silicone that recharges in any USB socket.

This means you don't have yet another wall wart to lose and you can always do a last minute charge at work or even in the car.

The light is low profile so you can just leave it on your bike so it's always there when you need it.

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$26.96.

September 12, 2013 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


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