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I have a knog skink bike light - how do you open it up to change the battery?

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The AAA batteries are easy to change. Take out The silicone casing. is a bit fiddly when you try to put the lights back in, but this is easily circumvented once you realise it's almost impossible to tear it).

Posted on May 13, 2010

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  • gregoh Feb 02, 2011

    The whole casing pulls off from around the edging of the light cluster

  • Ron Beek Mar 22, 2013

    But it will tear at the junction where the light switch is

  • Andy Grigg
    Andy Grigg Nov 05, 2013

    Works a treat, thanks!

  • Anonymous Jul 16, 2017

    tears at the junction.

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