Very bright and visible lights. I mounted mine vertically on my seat post and head tube. Easy to charge. A little fiddly to mount. All in all, very pleased.
After trying out various Lights which either required batterys or went dark after two hours I finally found knogg. Their bike lights are superb. For starters: The brightness of these is unreal. Next: they last for at least 4+ hours. Finally though their price to performance aspect is why I'd recommend these to everyone looking for a perfect pair of bike lights.
Great light, quick delivery times
Excellent product. Would highly recommend.
Good light for urban rides.
Front light does not have space to be mounted vertically. Hence on my bike it is mounted horizontally on the handlebar. This does cause significant light reflecting into my eyes during the ride (especially at night). Might be better if the mount could rotate on the light axis.
Hi Ari, thanks for your review!
The front Cobber lights have some programmable modes via our Modemaker program that will make them compatible with horizontal mounting. These Modes are called 'Eye Saver' modes and will disable a portion of the LED's on the light so that they do not shine in your eyes. Simply program the light with any mode that begins with 'es' and your problem should be solved!
Perfect "be seen" light set for my urban riding in Washington, DC. Inspired design, bright enough for night riding, and simple to use. Great to have a matching set for front and back, and the yellow front happens to match my bike's decals (the actual light is white). These are the lights Jony Ive would have on his bike! Front light mounted vertical on my headtube, where it tucks nicely underneath the stem, blocking the light from my eyes when riding; rear light on seat post nestled between my saddle bag and seat clamp. One tip: don't mount the lights upside down because a big bump can knock them off (no issues when right-side-up). Love that the USB tab is built-in, and functional to stabilize the light...no flimsy, unreliable port covers. I look forward to trying ModeMaker to setup my own light modes, and remove ones I don't use.