It's that time of the year where the sun rises a little later in the day. Which for me means that I often run in the dark or at least start my run in the dark. Did I mention that I'm scared to run in the dark!! ha.
But, if I want to run before Hubby goes to work, that often means, yep, running in the dark.
I've been using (affiliate link) Knuckle Lights for years. My one big complaint was the battery life (or lack thereof) In fact, I took my batteries out after each run to try to conserve the battery life. It wasn't a big deal to have to put them in every time before a run. But that did require me to remember to grab the batteries with the lights, in addition to just taking the time to do it.
So when I heard that (affiliate link) Knuckle Lights was coming out with a rechargeable version, I was
all over that. I jumped in on the kickstarter, and anxiously waited for them to be manufactured and delivered.
My first thought was that they might be slightly heavier than the original version. But once I took them out for a run, if they are, it was definitely not noticeable.
Like the original, the beam is awesome. There are three options from bright, low and flashing. They are easy to carry (I forget that I have them in my hands). The straps are comfortable and easily adjusted. And they have magnets on the sides so that they can stay together. LOVE!
As I'm trying to quickly get out of the house, I don't have to worry about trying to keep them together. This was an added upgrade that I didn't think that much about.. but I love it.
And the rechargeable part.... it is awesome!!!! My knuckle lights are always charged and ready to go. Basically I can grab and go... and I love that.
And honestly, if you run in low light or darkness, I encourage you to check out the new (affiliate) Knuckle Lights
I truly love them, and I think you will too.
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