Powerful, rechargeable and form-fitting, the Bilby Headlamp from Knog takes hands-free lighting to a new level with this innovative design.
The unique form is comprised of a USB rechargeable pod with a comfy and adjustable medical-grade silicone strap that weighs only 90g. With 400 lumens in total from the 5 optimally placed LEDs that include a high beam for visibility, a red light for nighttime, 2 downlights for reading, elliptical beams for mid and wide-angle, plus a boost mode – so all your bases are covered. You can also customise the lighting to your own needs using the ModeMaker app, and it’s waterproof and dustproof to IP67 should you get caught out in bad weather.
For recharging, pop out the pod and plug it directly into a USB-A port for four hours, control it by the 2 intuitive buttons and adjust the strap length with the toggle. Designed for performance and comfort in demanding situations, the Bilby Headlamp from Knog is ideal for serious adventurers.
Unique removable pod chassis & medical grade silicone strap
400 lumens of light controlled by 2 intuitive buttons
IP67 dustproof and waterproof to 1m
5 optimally placed LEDs – high beam, 2 elliptical beams, red light & downlights
Customisable lighting settings via Knog’s ModeMaker app
Pod plugs directly into a USB-A port, recharging in just 4 hours
Strap is easy to clean and adjustable from 300-660mm
Weighs just 90 grams
In Use Dimensions:
3H x 15D cm | Head Circumference 30−66 cm
17L x 10H x 4.5D cm
Silicone | Plastic
Up to 100m
LiPo | USB Rechargeable
Battery Charge Time:
Low 22hr | High 5hr | Red 32hr | Reading 17hr
Head Circumference 30−66 cm
Camping | Hiking | Trail Running
Just to point out a pothole, if the strap becomes snapped; you’re up for a new headlamp… correct?
Mitch - Torquay, VIC (8 months ago)
Not quite mate! If you check out the product images you can see the physical lighting unit and battery housing can be popped out of the silicone head strap. Whilst we don't stock replacement straps, Knog do and you can pick one up for a fairly decent price here. Might also be worth mentioning we have a few of these being exclusively used by kids for a couple of years, and they're yet to have any issues with the head strap. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
Cycling 1 answer
Would this be suitable for cycling under helmet? Would it be annoying for oncoming traffic? Thanks
Sue - Geraldton (3 years ago)
You could pop the Bilby under the front of your helmet, however, you may find that your head movement is a bit annoying for oncoming traffic. One of the PWR models with a power bank and handlebar mount might be a slightly better option.