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Lumos Street - urban city helmet with extensive, controllable lighting functions
The first Lumos helmet in urban style with integrated LEDs, indicators, brake lights, customizable flashing patterns and many more features. Connect to the Lumos app to track your rides and share the data with Strava, Apple Health or Google Fit. The LUMOS Street shines and protects with its powerful, highly visible lighting with multiple flashing modes. In darkness and in adverse weather conditions with limited visibility, it makes you clearly visible to other road users, which greatly increases your safety. Its lighting technology also illuminates your path and is waterproof and cold-resistant. There are many arguments for using a Lumos Street Helmet in comparison to using a conventional bicycle helmet:
Avoiding an accident by very good visibility is always the safest option for the cyclist.
Dynamic lighting at eye level
Better visibility by guaranteeing a 360 degree view of the helmet for other road users. Increased safety by using the built-in flasher and clearly visible notification of turning manoeuvres to other road users* without having to take your hands off the handlebars.
Automatic brake lights
They increase your safety by providing highly visible, visual notification of braking maneuvers to other road users
They have a maximum runtime of up to 18 hours depending on the light mode and with a long service life they guarantee reliability even on longer distances.
The Lumos app provides linkable helmet control: customizable flashing patterns, checking remaining battery life, tracking your rides and synchronizing them via Strava, Google Fit or Apple Health App.
Increased safety by using the built-in flasher and clearly visible notification of turning maneuvers to other road users* without having to take your hands off the handlebars.