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Bicycle australia - reviews the arc 5.5

As with most Knog products, the Blinder Arc 5.5 is creatively named and stylishly finished. Its 550 lumens are used very well providing a strong wide beam of light that reaches out to 25m (three seconds of vision at 30kph). 
Peripheral vision is very good with the Blinder; the wide beam spreads out very well to each side of the road. Its lens is shaped to flatten the beam to an elliptical 16? vertical and 24? horizontal profile to minimise the glare experienced by oncoming traffic. It's water and dustproof (IP68 rated) and secured by a stretchy silicone strap. It is slightly nose heavy and on my bars had a tendency to tip down over time. There is no tightening mechanism in the mount once it is latched, but this could be resolved by a couple of wraps of PVC tape on the bars for extra girth. 
Overall the Blinder Arc gives good bang for your buck with 4.23 lumens per dollar and also scores well in the fashion stakes. - Read the full light review at Bicycling Australia ->

Fixed life review the arc 1.7 light

Thanks to @TheFixedLife for the fantastic Blinder Arc review. "All together this light is amazing. The quality is superb and it is easy to use. I personally would recommend this light.." Read the full review here -->

Bna reviews the blinder arc 5.5

With the Aussie nights drawing in fast @knog sent @bicyclesnetau the new Blinder Arc 5.5 to road test and review. "It's compact, stylish and lights up pitch black roads"... Check out the full write up here -->

Esquire - 12 cycling gear essentials

Check this out! @Esquire have included the @knog Blinder Arc 5.5 in their '12 Of The Best New Cycling Gear For 2014'. It's a great read, so check it out, enjoy it and let us know what you think.

Juliet elliot takes the arc for a spin

All round awesome lady and editor of @Coven-Magazine Juliet Elliott gets her hands on the Blinder Arc 1.7 and 5.5 lights and takes them for a spin. Check it out here -->