Knog Blinder Mini Dot Light
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The Blinder MINI Dot is the ideal commuter bike light. Perfect for riding on well-lit roads at night and in daylight for added visibility. Dot's surface mounted LEDs punch well above their weight, outputting 20 lumens of light at the front getting you seen from up to 800m away. With a weight of only 18 grams the light uses its tool-less attachment to securely connect to handlebars and frames of 22–32+mm. Designed to fit both standard and oversize handlebars.
The Blinder Mini Dot uses surface mounted LEDs to keep you seen both night and day. With a runtime of up to 11.5 hours on eco-flash mode the Mini will keep you lit all night long. Plus it's super quick to charge taking only 2.5 hours to recharge fully.
IF THE STRAP FITS...
The same strap system as the Blinder MOB means stronger silicone + interchangeable straps. 3x for rear and 2x for front. And with a notch in the rear of the light – just like the Blinder MOB, for aero posts and bars.
Strap sizes: Short Ø 22-27MM, Medium Ø 27-32MM, Large Ø 32MM+.
Following the amazing success of the Kickstarter campaign for Oi, we’ve introduced Brass and Copper colours (for Dot only). Not only will you be able to match a Copper or Brass Oi + MINI, but we know that the vintage aesthetic is popular with so many riders.
CHOOSE YOUR LIGHT
From city runabout to commuter to hardcore racers, the Blinder MINI works for more riders than it has any right to! The different characters simply provide that extra tailoring. See below for the key spec you need to know.
UNRIVALED LED TECHNOLOGY
We’ve applied the same successful LED options from the Blinder MOB. From the Blinder MOB, we’ve learnt that the market loves all three options – COB, array, and single faceplate. Or as we like to call them, Chippy, Niner, and Dot.
USB RECHARGEABLE (NO CABLES)
Just unclip, remove from seat post or handlebars and plug straight in to any available USB socket to recharge. That’s it. No external charge cables = no worries + many hours of cable searching saved. Go forth & use those saved hours to do something productive, like riding your bike or wood turning.