Knuckle Lights COLORS – Review

“Disclaimer: I received a free pair of Knuckle Lights COLORS to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out to review find and write race reviews!”

If you run anytime at dusk or dawn or in low light conditions, Knuckle Lights COLORS is a must have piece of gear!  Many of my runs are in the early hours or more often at dusk since my days are pretty busy.  I was never one to “be visible” when I ran in low light conditions and I should know better being a paramedic!  Now that I’m older and wiser, I take safety a lot more serious.  Aside from wearing bright clothing, I wanted to try the Knuckle Lights out since many of my fellow running friends use them and had nothing but positive things to say.


Right out of the package, I was surprised just how light and comfortable they were.  The set of lights comes with AA batteries ready to go.  The hand strap is adjustable for just about any sized hand with a simple adjustment to the silicone strap.  Being only 3 ounces, they are perfect for any distance run or hike.  The power switch is in a perfect spot for your thumb and the lights come in three settings depending on your needs.

On my first use, I was pleasantly surprised just how bright the high setting was and comfortable to carry.  I used to run and bike with a headlamp and just didn’t like how it squeezed my head.  Plus, I had to move my head around to light up the area I was looking for.  With the Knuckle Lights, I could point and shoot a bright beam of light wherever I wanted.  The ease of use is a huge plus with a simple push of the button to change the setting.  I’m not sure how long the battery will work on high beams, but I’ve seen other BibRave Pros saying that you can get around 4 hours on high, 8 hours on low, and 12 hours on flashers.

Some additional features:

120 TOTAL LUMENS — The extra bright lights emit a wide flood beam, providing a steady, even light in front of you that does not bounce, even with your arms moving.
2 LIGHTS PER SET — The units connect together magnetically. The soft silicone straps are easily adjusted to fit any size hand and even over gloves. The units are almost unnoticeable at less than 3 ounces each.
3 POWER SETTINGS — High, Low and Blinking.
BATTERIES INCLUDED — Each unit operates on 1 X AA battery
WATERPROOF — The units are fully waterproof and can be used in any type of weather, and will operate in below freezing temperatures down to -20 Celsius.

If you’re interested in getting yourself a pair, the lights retail for $39.99, and you can save 15% using the code “BIBRAVEPRO” at the Knuckle Lights website.

Join us for @BibChat on Tuesday, December 5th at 8pm CST for your chance to win!

Please read the reviews from some of my fellow BibRave Pros:
Katie, Vanessa, Casey, Sam, Mike, Heather,

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