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Not for Runners -- Unless you Don't Sweat When you Run!!!
on September 26, 2015
I bought these for my early morning runs. After wearing them for the first time, one had a noticeable amount of water in it from my sweat and the other was full of condensation. The one with the water in it was no longer working correctly -- you're supposed to be able to move the device through three different lighting options by pushing the button on top (bright, really bright, and flashing). The one with water was skipping the flashing mode. I had ordered them from Amazon.com, but decided to send a post-run picture directly to the Knuckle Lights company. I got an email back from them assuring me that they had never seen such a thing happen before and promising me a new pair. And sure enough, in a few days I received a new pair in the mail. So I wore those running. And the SAME thing happened. (I then returned them to Amazon.com for a full refund.)
After having the same thing happen twice, I did what I should have done in the first place -- I started looking at people's review of their Knuckle Lights. It seemed that most people who were using them while running were having the same experience as I was. That made me doubt the content of the email I got from the Knuckle Lights company which assured me that what had happened to me with my first set of Knuckle Lights was a fluke. They MUST know that this happens.
If you're buying these for running, buy something else -- unless you don't sweat when you run. :)