Knog Gator 305 Lights

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Gator 305

Light Unit:

  • LED Specifications: 1 x 3 Watt Hi-powered LED and 1 x 5mm LED
  • Burn Time: 4-4 hours (optimum brightness)
  • Light Patterns: 32° spread (flood light), up to 600m visibility (flasher)
  • Dimensions (MM): 60 x 36 x 45
  • Weight (G): 75

    Controller:

  • Modes: 1. flood - low and high : 2. flasher
  • Dimensions (MM): 55 x 40 x 20

    Batteries:

  • Type: 6 cell NiMh
  • Charge Time: Smartcharge, 3 hours
  • Dimensions (MM): 228 x 40 26
  • Weight (G): 420

    Accessories Included:

  • AC charger unit included. “Anti-short” power cable (light to battery) with weather proof connectors. 2 x quick-release silicone cable ties with universal-fit cable connection. Fabric draw-string storage bag.

  • User Reviews (5)

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    benbrangwyn   Weekend Warrior [Aug 20, 2011]
    Strength:

    Bright

    Weakness:

    Very poor electrics, breaks down, straps break

    Very unreliable. Bought one, it worked for a couple of months and then stopped charging. Knog sent me another charger, then one of the LEDs stopped working. Then one of the straps snapped. Worst of all, there's no battery charge warning light, and when you're doing 25mph on a country lane and the light switches off without warning, it can be a serious health hazard. And now the on/off switches are misbehaving.

    I really look after my gear well, and this hasn't had much use at all. I'm extremely disappointed and will never buy from this outfit again.

    Similar Products Used: Cateye rechargeable
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    1
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    tomg   Racer [Mar 11, 2011]
    Strength:

    good power when working

    Weakness:

    weak straps and stopped working after 4 hours of use. wiggle uk ignoring emails.

    pay more get more

    Similar Products Used: diablo 900 much better
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    tom grindey   Racer [Oct 10, 2010]
    Strength:

    good when it worked

    Weakness:

    easy to brake fastenings, used for 4 hours before main beam stopped working.

    dissapointed.

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    arg2yr   Weekend Warrior [Nov 04, 2008]
    Strength:

    A lot brighter than the previous $20 dollar set up's that I've had - allows for a faster pace on the paved trails

    Weakness:

    Don't know yet

    Bottom Line - a really impressive light at a decent price. Just make sure you're not paying "full" price for this item.

    Similar Products Used: None - mostly cat-eye-type night lights (not really impressed with any of their products in the $60 and under range)
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    4
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    5
    Taver069   Weekend Warrior [Dec 30, 2007]
    Strength:

    long run time, easy to set up 1..2..3..ready to ride. looks great. light is consitent from start of ride till the end.

    Weakness:

    not the brightest of lights. would love a helmet mount.

    Was jealous of my riding partners niterider light and how bight is was at the start of our ride but fell in love with my knog when his battery died 35min into the ride. light was enough for both of us to make it out. Bottom line is this is my first night light and so far so good.
    Not the brightest but not the most expensive. Good for entry into the night life. Dont plan on cranking out any black dimond trails with this light. Its great at mid-ring cruising pace.

    Similar Products Used: none
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    3
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    5
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