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The Knog PWR Road Front Light is a 600 Luman modular bike light. But it's not JUST another bicycle light. Not only is it a high power headlight, but simply take the product apart and you have much more.

The Knog PWR Road Front Light is a 600 Luman modular bike light. But it's not JUST another bicycle light. Not only is it a high power headlight, but simply take the product apart and you have much more.

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Knog PWR Road Modular Front Light Black

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Extended Returns Period - Coronavirus - 60 days

Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to make returns as easy & stress-free as possible for you. So we're extending our returns period up to 60 days on any orders placed after the 16th of March 2020. We hope this extended period of time will allow you to follow government advice regarding self-isolation properly, and also cover you in the case of any disruption to the postal services. For more information on ensuring the safety and wellbeing of yourselves and others, please visit https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ - Our returns policy is otherwise exactly the same!

Returns

In the unlikely event that you are dissatisfied with your purchase please feel free to return your goods within 60 days of the purchase date for a full exchange or refund. Any item (excluding food and underwear) can be returned to us for any reason provided it is returned in ‘showroom condition’, with its original packaging, tags and a valid receipt/delivery note.

It is your responsibility to ensure that the item is returned to us in a safe and secure manner, and in the event of a refund or exchange, in saleable condition (in original packaging and including all warranty, cards, manuals and accessories).

Customers are accountable for return shipping charges.

Return Items by Post

  1. You should always keep proof of postage and we advise you to use a ‘signed for service’ when returning goods.
  2. Send your package using a recorded delivery method (always keep a copy of your receipt!) to the following address:

Leisure Lakes Bikes,
Unit 9 Centurion Industrial Estate,
Centurion Way,
Leyland,
PR25 4GU

Checkout by Amazon Returns

If you used the pay by Amazon option when checking out then please send your package using a recorded delivery method (always keep a copy of your receipt!) with a note inside stating whether you want an exchange (what you want it exchanging for) or refund, to the following address:

Leisure Lakes Bikes
Unit 9 Centurion Industrial Estate
Centurion Way
Leyland,
PR25 4GU

Bike & Bulky Item Returns

If you wish to return your bike to us please keep it in the box it arrived in and call us on 01772 644340 and we will arrange a collection.

Please note the following:

  • a) If we have sent you the incorrect bicycle, we will cover the cost of collection and delivery of the correct model.
  • b) If we have delivered the bicycle you ordered, but upon inspection you decide it is not the bike for you, we will charge you £50.00 for the collection.

Please do not ride the bike as a full refund cannot be given if the bike has been used or damaged.

Return Items to a store

Any item (excluding food and underwear) can be returned to any Leisure Lakes Bikes store not just the one you made your purchase at, including those made online. The item must be returned in ‘showroom condition’, with its original packaging, tags and with a valid receipt/delivery note.

Returning goods from EU

If returning something from Europe you are responsible for the delivery cost. You should always keep proof of postage and we advise you to use a ‘signed for service’ when returning goods. 1) Log in and go to ‘my account’ 2) Select ‘orders’ from the menu and select the order you wish to return 3) Fill in the required fields 4) Print off your returns lable, stick it visibly on your package and send using a recorded delivery method. Always keep a copy of your receipt! 5) Log in to your account online for status updates on your return

How to return your item(s)?

  1. You should always keep proof of postage and we advise you to use a ‘signed for service’ when returning goods.
  2. Send your package using a recorded delivery method (always keep a copy of your receipt!) to the following address:

Leisure Lakes Bikes,
Unit 9 Centurion Industrial Estate,
Centurion Way,
Leyland,
PR25 4GU

Wrong size or you don't like the item?

If returning items that are not suitable for either refund or exchange you are accountable for the delivery cost in returning it to us. You should always keep proof of postage and we advise you to use a ‘signed for service’ when returning goods.

New faulty items/ Wrong Item Received

If you have received items that are faulty or not what you ordered send them back to us (using the steps above) and we will cover the delivery cost of the return if it is within 14 days of delivery. If we have supplied the correct product, it is not faulty or it is outside of the 14 days we can not be liable for your postage charges. You should always keep proof of postage and we advise you to use a ‘signed for service’ when returning goods.

In the event that you have received items that are fault or not what you ordered, please send them back to us as soon as possible. Only in these cases will we cover the cost of the return shipping charges.

Faulty Items

If you have received items that are faulty please send them back to us using the steps above. Please include a covering letter describing the fault and if you would like the item replacing or refunding. Once the item arrives back at our Mail Order Centre you will receive an email notifying you about the progress. Faulty items are then forwarded onto the suppliers to confirm the warranty issue. Please be patient with us as we need to receive this confirmation from the suppliers before we can process your request for a replacement/refund.

When returning the item please use Royal Mail 1st Class Recorded* so that you have a tracking reference just in case! If your item arrived faulty we will refund your postage cost. If the item was in full working order at the time of delivery to you, we can not refund your return postage cost.

*In the event that you return a faulty/incorrect item we will refund your postage charge as long as it is 1st Class Recorded or a lesser value service. We do not refund premium services.

Refunds

Refunds will be processed using the same method of payment used for the original purchase. Credit and debit card refunds must be made to the card used for the original transaction, cheque payments will be refunded in cash but due to banking restrictions can only be refunded at least 14 days after the original purchase date. Due to the high incidence of fraud we regret that we are unable to offer any refund without a valid receipt/delivery note.

Refunds will be made for faulty or incorrect items, including any delivery charge incurred by the buyer (excluding ‘Special Delivery’) in the return of the item. If the products you ordered are delivered to you in good condition but you wish to return them for any reason we will refund the full value of the goods excluding any carriage charge upon receipt of your returned goods.

Items won’t be considered lost until after 15 working days of items being dispatched. Once the 15 working days are up we will issue a refund or replacement.

Not received your order?

If you have not received your order please call us on 01772 644340 and a member of staff can confirm the shipping date. Unfortunately we cannot consider an item to be lost until 15 working days has passed (according to Royal Mail procedure). Once the 15 working days have passed we will be able to issue a full refund or resend your order.

 

Knog PWR Road Modular Front Light Black Information

Season : 2018

Brand : Knog

Code : KNOG-12058

The Knog PWR Road Front Light is a modular bike light. But it's not JUST another bicycle light. Not only is it a high power headlight, but simply take the product apart and you have much more. A lighthead for other PWR bike and camping lights, plus a PWR Bank to charge devices that is also the battery for all products in the PWR range. The PWR Road outputs a max 600 lumens, can run for up to 195 hours on Eco Flash mode, uses an elliptical beam for broader road coverage, can be mounted both on top or under the handlebar (mount under your Garmin), or your helmet, incorporates twist mode operation (turn the light on and off twisting the lighthead - no buttons) and gives you the option to program your brightness and runtime through our ModeMaker app.

Knog PWR Road Front Light Features

PWR is an ecosystem of bike and outdoor products designed to share their battery. But, that battery also works as a power bank to charge your devices. PWR Road runs for 2.3 hours at 600 lumens, or up to 195 hours in Eco-flash mode.

  • Elliptical beam - Elliptical beam for wide view works with spot beam for intense light in front of front wheel.
  • Programs your modes - The ModeMaker app lows you to design the modes for any PWR bike light. Simply plug in your light, then select and tailor modes from the menu. You can do things such as control brightness, adjust runtimes and add new light modes.
  • Functionality - Twisthead operation to turn light on / off and to scroll through light modes (no buttons).
  • Charge your devices - Rear of the light is a USB rechargeable power bank. Use this to charge your phone, GoPro or cycle computer on the go. 1 hour riding @250 lumens means you can top up charge your iPhone by10%. Charge time 3.5 hours.

Knog PWR Road Front Light Specifications

  • Light output: 600 Lumens.
  • Power Bank: 3350 mAh.
  • Dimensions: 104 x 30mm ∅.
  • Weight: 125g.
  • Battery indicator.
  • Charges your devices.
  • CNC Machined.
  • Programmable modes.
  • Interchangeable lightheads.
  • Twist operation.
  • USB rechargable.
  • Water resistant when cap is on.

 

Technical Information
MODE LUMENS RUNTIME
Max 600 2.3hrs
Mid 250 6.1hrs
Stamina 65 23hrs
Pulse 600 8hrs
Strobe Flash 250 12hrs
Eco-Flash 65 195hrs

 

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  • Knog PWR Road Modular Front Light Black Review by Professional Review from Enduro MTB Mag,  On 25/01/2018 10:58:11

    5
    Not your average bike light, the PWR Modular Light from Australian brand Knog is a clever bit of kit that shows how far flexibility can take nighttime illumination. At the heart of the design is a battery (available in five different capacities) that also serves a charging port for your smartphone and the like via its USB port. Once you’ve chosen the battery, four different light heads are available with outputs up to 1,800 lumen and with six mounts for helmets and bars – the PWR Modular Light system can comfortably be set up to meet any circumstances. An app will soon be launched that controls the brightness and therefore allows you to optimise running time depending on your specific needs. Regardless of which set you begin with, the Knog PWR system is a high-quality light system that will keep step with developments going into the future. And, compared to the current options, it’s simply unparalleled in terms of its flexibility.

    Read the full review at Design & Innovation Awards.

  • Knog PWR Road Modular Front Light Black Review by Professional Review from Bike Radar,  On 05/10/2017 17:05:36

    5

    According to Knog, its PWR lights are an ecosystem of bike and outdoor products designed to share their battery, which can also be used to charge your phone, head unit or whatever else may need some juice while you’re out on a ride. All of the lights are made from CNC-machined aluminium to provide the best possible durability and the brushed finish offers the right amount of grip. The PWR lights also get a touch sensitive 4-LED battery indicator.

    The PWR Charger series of lights, the Commuter and Rider, are 450-lumen lights with an integrated power bank. On the back of each light, there is a water sealed removable cap which reveals a standard USB port that allows you to top up your devices, even while the light is on. Both lights use a single LED to produce an Elliptical beam for broader light coverage across the road, the smaller and cheaper Commuter sees an 850mAH battery while the Rider gets a 2200mAh battery. This equates to two-hours 200 lumens and 40-minutes at 450 lumens for the Commuter, and five-hours at 200-lumens and two-hours at 450-lumens for the Rider. Knog also say after one-hour of riding with the Commuter light at 250 lumens it will top up an iPhone 7’s battery by 10-percent and the Rider after one-hour at 450-lumens will bring your phone back to 35-percent battery.

    The other half of the PWR series of lights is the modular series which consist of light heads and battery packs. Along the same lines as power tools where one battery powers everything from drills and saws to flashlights, all the modular light heads and battery packs are compatible with one another. We’ve currently got the PWR Road, a 600-lumen head and 3350mAh battery pack, and PWR Trail a 1000 lumen head and 5000mAh battery. There is also a PWR Mountain, a 1800-lumen head with a 10,000mAh battery that’s to be released later down the line.

    The modular lights are devoid of buttons bar the release for the heads, and to turn them on or cycle through brightness and flashing modes the head is twisted counter clockwise — turn and release to change modes, turn and hold for on/off.

    Each head pops on to the Modular power banks, and like the Charger series are water resistant. However, with the changeability of this system, the light heads use the USB port on these batteries meaning you cannot use the light and charge your device at the same time.

    Read the full review at bikeradar.com.

  • Knog PWR Road Modular Front Light Black Review by Professional Review from Cyclingtips.com,  On 05/10/2017 17:15:02

    5

    Knog has unveiled the next generation of its cycling lights. The new range, dubbed PWR, sees the Melbourne-based company exploring fresh capabilities for the lowly bike light. After years of integrating batteries into its lights, Knog is now separating them so they can be used for other purposes. At the same time, owners can program PWR lights to suit their specific needs.

    Knog’s new PWR range comprises two subsets: the smaller, lighter Charger lights (PWR Commuter, PWR Rider) and the bigger, more powerful Modular lights (PWR Road, PWR Trail, PWR Mountain). The thinking behind each is quite distinct, where the former is largely a standalone light while the latter comprises interchangeable components and accessories.

    Charging times for each light are relatively brief. The Commuter requires 3.5hr while the Ride, Road and Trail will take 5hr to fully charge. There are two ports for charging — USB and micro-USB — and at least one cable is supplied with each light to help with this (Charger lights are supplied with a micro-USB cable; Modular lights also get a male-female USB cable).

    There is more to each PWR light than just illumination. The batteries can also be used as power banks for recharging a variety of portable electronic devices (e.g. smart phones, music players, some cameras, and gaming devices). Importantly, there is no need for an adapter, just plug the device into either USB port of the PWR light to start recharging it. As one of the pioneers of USB-charging for bike lights, this is an interesting step forward for Knog and bike lights in general. While it’s not the kind of feature that many buyers will have ever considered, it does add to the utility of the product, and in some cases (e.g. overnight adventuring), may transform it into an invaluable accessory.

    Knog further strengthens the adaptability of the PWR range by handing over the keys to the functions of the light itself. Those keys take the form of a desktop app called ModeMaker (to be released late-September/early-October) that allows owners to decide the operating modes of all PWR lights.

    According to Knog, ModeMaker will be a web-based app that will run on PC and Mac desktops. Once the light is plugged in via USB, owners will be able to select from a library of new modes or they can create their own. They will also be free to delete unwanted modes and arrange them in any order they choose. Each light must have at least one mode loaded while the maximum is seven. This is the first time that a light manufacturer has given buyers the freedom to program a light. Admittedly, it’s not a feature that buyers will be likely to use on an ongoing basis, but it does a lot to increase the appeal of Knog’s new lights.

    Read the full review at cyclingtips.com.

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