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Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night

Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night

Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
Knuckle Lights Original - See and Be Seen On Your Next Run Or Walk in The Dark. Super Bright Flood Beams Light Your Entire Path. The Most Convenient Running Light—Simply Grab and Go. OWN The Night
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Features

  • 2 LIGHTS PER SET -- The units are held comfortably on your hands with soft silicone straps. The straps are easily adjusted to fit any size hand and even over gloves. SUPER WIDE FLOOD BEAMS emit a “no bounce” light.
  • THE BEST PIECE OF SAFETY GEAR to illuminate your early morning, evening or nighttime outdoor activities in the dark: Safely navigate the darkest city streets, trail, hiking path & at the campsite with 150 super bright lumens
  • BATTERIES INCLUDED – Two small AAA batteries power flood beams that light your entire path; see every pothole and obstacle while assuring you are seen by traffic.
  • WEATHERPROOF -- Knuckle Lights can be used in all conditions: heavy rain, bitter cold and extreme heat.
  • 5 YEAR WARRANTY -- Knuckle Lights night running gear are dependable and guaranteed against material defect to keep you running safely in the dark.

Description

Each unit operates on two AAA batteries (Included) emitting a powerful 150 lumens of light. The units are lightweight and virtually unnoticeable at less than 3 ounces each. The unique 4 LED pattern provides an ultra-wide flood beam that lights up the entire path in front of you, providing a steady light that does not bounce while running or walking. The units are held comfortably on your hands with soft silicone straps that are easily adjusted to fit any size hand and even over gloves.


Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00847KVN2


Item model number: FBA_5166905


Batteries 4 AAA batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars400 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,178 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #115 in Reflective Gear


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Returns

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Features

  • 2 LIGHTS PER SET -- The units are held comfortably on your hands with soft silicone straps. The straps are easily adjusted to fit any size hand and even over gloves. SUPER WIDE FLOOD BEAMS emit a “no bounce” light.
  • THE BEST PIECE OF SAFETY GEAR to illuminate your early morning, evening or nighttime outdoor activities in the dark: Safely navigate the darkest city streets, trail, hiking path & at the campsite with 150 super bright lumens
  • BATTERIES INCLUDED – Two small AAA batteries power flood beams that light your entire path; see every pothole and obstacle while assuring you are seen by traffic.
  • WEATHERPROOF -- Knuckle Lights can be used in all conditions: heavy rain, bitter cold and extreme heat.
  • 5 YEAR WARRANTY -- Knuckle Lights night running gear are dependable and guaranteed against material defect to keep you running safely in the dark.

Description

Each unit operates on two AAA batteries (Included) emitting a powerful 150 lumens of light. The units are lightweight and virtually unnoticeable at less than 3 ounces each. The unique 4 LED pattern provides an ultra-wide flood beam that lights up the entire path in front of you, providing a steady light that does not bounce while running or walking. The units are held comfortably on your hands with soft silicone straps that are easily adjusted to fit any size hand and even over gloves.


Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00847KVN2


Item model number: FBA_5166905


Batteries 4 AAA batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars400 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,178 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #115 in Reflective Gear


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 2 LIGHTS PER SET -- The units are held comfortably on your hands with soft silicone straps. The straps are easily adjusted to fit any size hand and even over gloves. SUPER WIDE FLOOD BEAMS emit a “no bounce” light.
  • THE BEST PIECE OF SAFETY GEAR to illuminate your early morning, evening or nighttime outdoor activities in the dark: Safely navigate the darkest city streets, trail, hiking path & at the campsite with 150 super bright lumens
  • BATTERIES INCLUDED – Two small AAA batteries power flood beams that light your entire path; see every pothole and obstacle while assuring you are seen by traffic.
  • WEATHERPROOF -- Knuckle Lights can be used in all conditions: heavy rain, bitter cold and extreme heat.
  • 5 YEAR WARRANTY -- Knuckle Lights night running gear are dependable and guaranteed against material defect to keep you running safely in the dark.

Description

Each unit operates on two AAA batteries (Included) emitting a powerful 150 lumens of light. The units are lightweight and virtually unnoticeable at less than 3 ounces each. The unique 4 LED pattern provides an ultra-wide flood beam that lights up the entire path in front of you, providing a steady light that does not bounce while running or walking. The units are held comfortably on your hands with soft silicone straps that are easily adjusted to fit any size hand and even over gloves.


Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00847KVN2


Item model number: FBA_5166905


Batteries 4 AAA batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars400 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,178 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #115 in Reflective Gear


abunda_amazon_reviews I bought these for my early morning runs. After wearing them for the first time, one had a noticeable amount of water in it from my sweat and the other was full of condensation. The one with the water in it was no longer working correctly -- you're supposed to be able to move the device through three different lighting options by pushing the button on top (bright, really bright, and flashing). The one with water was skipping the flashing mode. I had ordered them from Amazon.com, but decided to send a post-run picture directly to the Knuckle Lights company. I got an email back from them assuring me that they had never seen such a thing happen before and promising me a new pair. And sure enough, in a few days I received a new pair in the mail. So I wore those running. And the SAME thing happened. (I then returned them to Amazon.com for a full refund.) After having the same thing happen twice, I did what I should have done in the first place -- I started looking at people's review of their Knuckle Lights. It seemed that most people who were using them while running were having the same experience as I was. That made me doubt the content of the email I got from the Knuckle Lights company which assured me that what had happened to me with my first set of Knuckle Lights was a fluke. They MUST know that this happens. If you're buying these for running, buy something else -- unless you don't sweat when you run. :);;Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2015;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Not for Runners -- Unless you Don't Sweat When you Run!!!;;jaycon;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1HLI2XBLVB4K0/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00847KVN2;;;I run trails in the dark, and wear a headlamp. My headlamp puts out a lot of light (125 lumens), but not so much directly in front of me where I need to see rocks and roots. Plus, the light source is very close to eye level so doesn’t provide enough shadow to give me depth perception for rocks and roots. A light at hand level helps with depth perception and can be directed on the trail right in front of me. Unfortunately each Knuckle Light provides only 45 lumens at its highest level. If you run on roads, the light output is probably sufficient – you just want to be seen by cars and to not run off the side of the road. But I find the light output to be extremely underpowered for the trail. I have no use for the lower light and flash settings and would rather not have to cycle through them to turn the light off. I do like the ease of carrying the Knuckle Light. The strap allows me to keep my hand free. However, the weak light output will send these to the back of the closet. I’ll be buying a much stronger single hand light.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2015;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;woefully underpowered for trail running;;James E. Runnels;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2FPPD09KAM2HQ/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00847KVN2;;;I've been using these for a couple of months now for late night and early morning runs. Strengths: 1) They are nice and bright - good light output. 2) Fit in the hand very well. Very comfortable to use. Weaknesses: 1) Sensitive to cold temps - as is common with LED lamps, they are very sensitive to low voltage. On cold mornings, the voltage on AAA batteries drops off and the lights stop working. Its happened to me twice now, fortunately on mornings when it wasn't pitch black dark. I need to fiddle with some different brands of batteries, but it has happened on ones that were fresh out of the pack. 2) The plastic cinch clasp. I was dubious about the clasp when I saw it, but up until this morning, it seemed to work fine. But while I was adjusting the strap length this morning, the clasp fell apart and I was left searching under my truck, in the dark, for small black plastic parts. I was able to find them and reassemble the clasp, but its a pretty weak design and I'd be surprised if it holds up long term. 3) The "Multi brightness" mode. At first, I thought it was a good idea. In practice, not so much. I want a flashlight to be nice and bright - I've never once used the lower power light setting. And the flashing one seems like a good idea - a better way to catch the eye of on coming drivers. But when you are running, your hands bob up and down anyway and even when they are set to steady brightness, they still "flash" to on coming drivers. So what seems like a strength at first is actually a weakness because now you have to cycle the button 3 times to turn it off, instead of just once.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2012;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Started out good - not sure now.;;RapidEye;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1IIID0NP2CI88/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00847KVN2;;;Great lights for running or walking the dog at night - frees up your hands. the lights cast a wide beam and really light up the path in front of you. Do not pay attention to the older reviews that say the lights have an issue in cold weather -- the manufacturer acknowledged that this was true with one batch of lights from years ago but issue has been corrected for years. if you don't like using a headlamp or holding a flashlight these should work great for you.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Love them;;ACS;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2XX6APN8WM6W7/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00847KVN2;;;I'm not a runner, but I got these knuckle lights because I have to walk my dog in the dark during the winter. With my hands already being full with the leash and plastic clean-up bags, it seemed like a good idea to be able to use a flashlight that I didn't have to worry about dropping or having to put down while I'm cleaning up after the dog. Whoever invented this was brilliant. The flashlight straps onto your hand and has an easy-to-find button right on top. You can put it on right over your gloves and not worry about it at all. It's made things much easier for me.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;What a Great Idea! Even for Non-Runners!;;Deep Woods;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2TMUHWP16BRVA/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00847KVN2

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By jaycon - Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2015
Not for Runners -- Unless you Don't Sweat When you Run!!!
I bought these for my early morning runs. After wearing them for the first time, one had a noticeable amount of water in it from my sweat and the other was full of condensation. The one with the water in it was no longer working correctly -- you're supposed to be able to move the device through three different lighting options by pushing the button on top (bright, really bright, and flashing). The one with water was skipping the flashing mode. I had ordered them from Amazon.com, but decided to send a post-run picture directly to the Knuckle Lights company. I got an email back from them assuring me that they had never seen such a thing happen before and promising me a new pair. And sure enough, in a few days I received a new pair in the mail. So I wore those running. And the SAME thing happened. (I then returned them to Amazon.com for a full refund.) After having the same thing happen twice, I did what I should have done in the first place -- I started looking at people's review of their Knuckle Lights. It seemed that most people who were using them while running were having the same experience as I was. That made me doubt the content of the email I got from the Knuckle Lights company which assured me that what had happened to me with my first set of Knuckle Lights was a fluke. They MUST know that this happens. If you're buying these for running, buy something else -- unless you don't sweat when you run. :)

2.0 out of 5 stars
By James E. Runnels - Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2015
woefully underpowered for trail running
I run trails in the dark, and wear a headlamp. My headlamp puts out a lot of light (125 lumens), but not so much directly in front of me where I need to see rocks and roots. Plus, the light source is very close to eye level so doesn’t provide enough shadow to give me depth perception for rocks and roots. A light at hand level helps with depth perception and can be directed on the trail right in front of me. Unfortunately each Knuckle Light provides only 45 lumens at its highest level. If you run on roads, the light output is probably sufficient – you just want to be seen by cars and to not run off the side of the road. But I find the light output to be extremely underpowered for the trail. I have no use for the lower light and flash settings and would rather not have to cycle through them to turn the light off. I do like the ease of carrying the Knuckle Light. The strap allows me to keep my hand free. However, the weak light output will send these to the back of the closet. I’ll be buying a much stronger single hand light.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By RapidEye - Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2012
Started out good - not sure now.
I've been using these for a couple of months now for late night and early morning runs. Strengths: 1) They are nice and bright - good light output. 2) Fit in the hand very well. Very comfortable to use. Weaknesses: 1) Sensitive to cold temps - as is common with LED lamps, they are very sensitive to low voltage. On cold mornings, the voltage on AAA batteries drops off and the lights stop working. Its happened to me twice now, fortunately on mornings when it wasn't pitch black dark. I need to fiddle with some different brands of batteries, but it has happened on ones that were fresh out of the pack. 2) The plastic cinch clasp. I was dubious about the clasp when I saw it, but up until this morning, it seemed to work fine. But while I was adjusting the strap length this morning, the clasp fell apart and I was left searching under my truck, in the dark, for small black plastic parts. I was able to find them and reassemble the clasp, but its a pretty weak design and I'd be surprised if it holds up long term. 3) The "Multi brightness" mode. At first, I thought it was a good idea. In practice, not so much. I want a flashlight to be nice and bright - I've never once used the lower power light setting. And the flashing one seems like a good idea - a better way to catch the eye of on coming drivers. But when you are running, your hands bob up and down anyway and even when they are set to steady brightness, they still "flash" to on coming drivers. So what seems like a strength at first is actually a weakness because now you have to cycle the button 3 times to turn it off, instead of just once.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ACS - Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2018
Love them
Great lights for running or walking the dog at night - frees up your hands. the lights cast a wide beam and really light up the path in front of you. Do not pay attention to the older reviews that say the lights have an issue in cold weather -- the manufacturer acknowledged that this was true with one batch of lights from years ago but issue has been corrected for years. if you don't like using a headlamp or holding a flashlight these should work great for you.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Deep Woods - Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2019
What a Great Idea! Even for Non-Runners!
I'm not a runner, but I got these knuckle lights because I have to walk my dog in the dark during the winter. With my hands already being full with the leash and plastic clean-up bags, it seemed like a good idea to be able to use a flashlight that I didn't have to worry about dropping or having to put down while I'm cleaning up after the dog. Whoever invented this was brilliant. The flashlight straps onto your hand and has an easy-to-find button right on top. You can put it on right over your gloves and not worry about it at all. It's made things much easier for me.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By jaycon - Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2015
Not for Runners -- Unless you Don't Sweat When you Run!!!
I bought these for my early morning runs. After wearing them for the first time, one had a noticeable amount of water in it from my sweat and the other was full of condensation. The one with the water in it was no longer working correctly -- you're supposed to be able to move the device through three different lighting options by pushing the button on top (bright, really bright, and flashing). The one with water was skipping the flashing mode. I had ordered them from Amazon.com, but decided to send a post-run picture directly to the Knuckle Lights company. I got an email back from them assuring me that they had never seen such a thing happen before and promising me a new pair. And sure enough, in a few days I received a new pair in the mail. So I wore those running. And the SAME thing happened. (I then returned them to Amazon.com for a full refund.) After having the same thing happen twice, I did what I should have done in the first place -- I started looking at people's review of their Knuckle Lights. It seemed that most people who were using them while running were having the same experience as I was. That made me doubt the content of the email I got from the Knuckle Lights company which assured me that what had happened to me with my first set of Knuckle Lights was a fluke. They MUST know that this happens. If you're buying these for running, buy something else -- unless you don't sweat when you run. :)

2.0 out of 5 stars
By James E. Runnels - Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2015
woefully underpowered for trail running
I run trails in the dark, and wear a headlamp. My headlamp puts out a lot of light (125 lumens), but not so much directly in front of me where I need to see rocks and roots. Plus, the light source is very close to eye level so doesn’t provide enough shadow to give me depth perception for rocks and roots. A light at hand level helps with depth perception and can be directed on the trail right in front of me. Unfortunately each Knuckle Light provides only 45 lumens at its highest level. If you run on roads, the light output is probably sufficient – you just want to be seen by cars and to not run off the side of the road. But I find the light output to be extremely underpowered for the trail. I have no use for the lower light and flash settings and would rather not have to cycle through them to turn the light off. I do like the ease of carrying the Knuckle Light. The strap allows me to keep my hand free. However, the weak light output will send these to the back of the closet. I’ll be buying a much stronger single hand light.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By RapidEye - Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2012
Started out good - not sure now.
I've been using these for a couple of months now for late night and early morning runs. Strengths: 1) They are nice and bright - good light output. 2) Fit in the hand very well. Very comfortable to use. Weaknesses: 1) Sensitive to cold temps - as is common with LED lamps, they are very sensitive to low voltage. On cold mornings, the voltage on AAA batteries drops off and the lights stop working. Its happened to me twice now, fortunately on mornings when it wasn't pitch black dark. I need to fiddle with some different brands of batteries, but it has happened on ones that were fresh out of the pack. 2) The plastic cinch clasp. I was dubious about the clasp when I saw it, but up until this morning, it seemed to work fine. But while I was adjusting the strap length this morning, the clasp fell apart and I was left searching under my truck, in the dark, for small black plastic parts. I was able to find them and reassemble the clasp, but its a pretty weak design and I'd be surprised if it holds up long term. 3) The "Multi brightness" mode. At first, I thought it was a good idea. In practice, not so much. I want a flashlight to be nice and bright - I've never once used the lower power light setting. And the flashing one seems like a good idea - a better way to catch the eye of on coming drivers. But when you are running, your hands bob up and down anyway and even when they are set to steady brightness, they still "flash" to on coming drivers. So what seems like a strength at first is actually a weakness because now you have to cycle the button 3 times to turn it off, instead of just once.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ACS - Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2018
Love them
Great lights for running or walking the dog at night - frees up your hands. the lights cast a wide beam and really light up the path in front of you. Do not pay attention to the older reviews that say the lights have an issue in cold weather -- the manufacturer acknowledged that this was true with one batch of lights from years ago but issue has been corrected for years. if you don't like using a headlamp or holding a flashlight these should work great for you.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Deep Woods - Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2019
What a Great Idea! Even for Non-Runners!
I'm not a runner, but I got these knuckle lights because I have to walk my dog in the dark during the winter. With my hands already being full with the leash and plastic clean-up bags, it seemed like a good idea to be able to use a flashlight that I didn't have to worry about dropping or having to put down while I'm cleaning up after the dog. Whoever invented this was brilliant. The flashlight straps onto your hand and has an easy-to-find button right on top. You can put it on right over your gloves and not worry about it at all. It's made things much easier for me.