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Blinder Road 600

Blinder Road 600 Front

AUD $124.99

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When introduced in 2012, Blinder Road set the standard by which any serious road cyclist’s lights were measured. Combining lightweight design, perfect beam angles, powerful light output and its unique mounting system – the Blinder was an instant classic.

Now redesigned for 2020, Knog are proud to present the all new Blinder Road 600.

The Blinder Road 600 features all the best attributes of our original Blinder Road, but now with an incredible 600 lumens of light output. When this increase of illumination power is combined with the carefully considered beam angles for road riding, you have Knog’s most powerfully perfect road bike light ever.

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Advanced LED’s & Optics

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There is no such thing as a universal bike-light. Depending on end use and even bike type dictate the best bike light to use.

Blinder Road utilises 2 LED’s each independently capable of 400lm of output or 600lm when use together. The LHS optic has 12-degree beam providing a spotlight which is perfect for racing and fast riding on smooth roads. Whilst the RHS Optic has 32-degree beam proving a flood light which is best suited for use on slower rides on bumpy or uneven riding conditions.

Each LED have a variety of flash patterns and function independent of the other.

Unique fastening system

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Utilising silicone to create the elastomeric strap combined with an over-molded polycarbonate clip system allows Blinder Road to adapt to the many various configurations required of today’s road cyclist’s, many of whom have GPS systems on their bikes.

The Blinder Road is stylish and versatile enough to fit with a multitude of today’s high-end bicycle cockpits.

(Includes two removable silicone straps for bars 22-28mm & 29-35mm)

Waterproof & Integrated USB charging

Waterproof & Integrated USB charging Knog Knog

The Blinder road is 100% waterproof with a rating of IP67, which means you submerge your light in depths greater than 1 meter for over 30 minutes without damage (note if you are under 1 meter of water on your bike, the waterproofing of your light is probably the last of your worries).

The light is charged via integrated USB, which means so it does not require additional cables to charge from a USB Port as well as no need for single use batteries.

Intuitive functionality

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When your Blinder is running low on battery, a red led will light up next to the button. This ring will turn green when fully charged and then turn off once the Blinder is unplugged from the power source.

With a design that is wider rather than longer, accommodating the 2 optics side by side keeps the centre of gravity as close to the handlebar as possible which avoids the potential for movement on bumpy roads.

Finally, the Blinder Road’s buttons and strap closures are all at the perfect ergonomic angle to presents themselves to the rider buttons are long enough to be used while wearing gloves.

A Knog classic now updated, upgraded and more powerful than ever.

A Knog classic now updated, upgraded and more powerful than ever.

At Knog our innovation never stops.

  • Specifications
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H: 73mm x W: 30mm x L:53mm


95 grams



  • Modes High (HRS) Low (HRS)
  • Flash 5.4 9
  • Dual Beam 1 4.3
  • Wide Beam 2 8.5
  • Narrow Beam 2 8.5


Download the user guide below.

Blinder Road Quick Start Guide

Customer Reviews

Based on 37 reviews
Compact little light with purpose build functions to meet your need from dust to dawn

The light output on this little unit is amazing. One button for on/off and also light patterns (narrow, wide, full, oscillating) and button two for intensity control (3 levels for narrow, wide & full but oscillating only has 2 level). Atheistic pleasing in form, very compact and very solid to feel with the silicon securing mount to the aluminum housing construction as passive cooling and the appearance of the flush clear lenses hiding the narrow/wide beam LEDs. Build in flip out USB-A for charging is ingenious. Once mounted it stays in its position under bumpy rides. I've primarily been using it during early dawn and daytime visibility but I can see during dawn the brightness of the most lowest setting in oscillating mode are vehicle light level brightness (as observed from light reflection against road signage as compare to vehicle headlight). I chose this over the Blinder 400 due to the usage time it has over it during oscillation mode (daytime light) which mean less time charging (it charges quite fast) between use (on bike versus plugged into my USB on computer). Love to see Knog transform this into a light head only [I like the overall housing design] with a securable power cabling [maybe twist lock coax heads] and outboard the battery so this could replace use cases where hub dynamo and compatible lighthead may make more sense for extended riding duration (i.e. randonneuring).

Ted Cizma
Blinder 600

The majority of my rides are very early, before sunrise. The Blinder 600 ( along with my Mid Cobbler rear light ) give me plenty of visibility and safety.

Robert Frisinger

Solved issue without being complicated. Thanks.

Laith Forster

Blinder Road 600 Front Bike Light

Great light, one issue

I like this light. The beam pattern is very diffuse so there is not one bright area surrounded by darkness. Instead there is a broad swath of very even light. It is very effective. The handlebar attachment works well and is a big improvement over other lights that use similar silicone straps. The addition of the small hasp on the strap makes all the difference. The different modes work well. I have a long commute in complete darkness in the morning and like to change the light setting depending on the ambient lighting to conserve battery. That is where the one shortcoming of this light comes in to play. The two buttons to control output and mode are relatively small, not raised very much, and are located in a small concave area between the bar and the light and are very difficult for me to access with winter riding gloves on. It doesn't help that they are black like the rest of the light either. I have had to stop and remove a glove to change settings at times. It may be something that improves with more experience with the light, but for now, in the middle of winter, it is a frustration. Otherwise the light is brilliant and I am certainly willing to live with fiddly buttons for it.