Frog Strobe V2 Front
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LEDs: 1 x SMT WHITE LED
Brightness: 8.5 Lumens
Modes: 4 Total= 1 steady, 3 flashing Burn Time (steady): 50 hrs Burn Time (flashing): 80 hrs (strobe flash) Battery
Technology: CR2032 (Coil Cells) x 2
Batteries included: YES
Visibility Distance: 600m
Features: flexible silicone body, Long press OFF/Memory, Water Resistant, Integrated quick release strap
Bar Diameter: 22-32mm Weight (inc batteries): 19g Dimensions: 80 x 35 x 42mm
We have designed a translucent coloured silicone sleeve that fits snugly over the light, creating a protection from any accidental access to the battery and complying with Australian regulations.
DimensionsH: 80mm x W: 35mm x L:42mm
Love this low profile light for bike commuting. It couldn’t be any easier to use.
These are our favorite bike lights…small but bright, easy for kids to turn on/off with gloves on, fit any handlebar or stem perfectly without moving. Last forever. Love them!
Super small and bright! Can stick it almost anywhere! Super easy!
A few weeks ago I connected with a cycling group that does weekly night rides. I had never ridden at night so I had to quickly get up to speed on my options. I found knog and ordered a headlight and tail light. I had a blast riding at night and it's become one of my new favorite training activities (I'm a former Cat 2 from the 80s who has gotten back into cycling and just started racing again 50+). A sale came along and I stocked up on a full collection of knog lights front and back. I love these lights: great style, brightness, ease of use and price. I'm really happy to have a whole new world of night training that's opened up for me.
I have the original strobe with the single tiny light, red for rear, white for front. I decided to get the newer model with what appears to be a larger light. While the original model is quite bright, the newer design with the bigger light is brighter. The older had 3 modes, off, steady, blinking. The new model has those modes plus a couple more varying pattern blinking modes which might be better attention grabbing than the steady blinking. It's a simple light weight device, but there is no instruction sheet to show battery change method or explanation of modes. Not really necessary, but it would be helpful to show best way to open & close it for battery change (it comes with batteries). I had to fiddle a bit to figure out the best way to open & get it to close properly.