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Topeka cubicubi experiences?

Old 12-07-21, 12:50 PM
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Topeka cubicubi experiences?

Just came across these new modular light/battery packs recently and can't find many reviews at all.


digging the versatility for use as a light and backup battery since I already carry a charging block on the bike for longer excursions. Anyone used to handled one in person yet? Mostly looking for comments on security of mount and beam pattern.
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Knog has lights built around the same modular concept, which have been around for a while. If you're looking for something with an established track record, maybe check them out.
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This looks nifty. (Am I allowed to use that word?) The review here is lukewarm, though.
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