Staying Illuminated with the Lumos Helmet

The helmet is light and comfortable, perfect for commuting or night riding. This is a great product, not because it has a lot of features, but because it has a few features that work very well and reliably.

This helmet is awesome – it’s so easy to use and ready right out of the box. The Lumos Helmet features white front LEDs and rear red LEDs. The front lights are in a long horizontal line and the rear lights form a large pattern on the back of your head. The lights are very visible from far away, though do not provide much illumination, so you’ll want to keep a light for the darker roads.

My favorite Lumos helmet feature are the turn signals! The right and left rear yellow turn signals are easily operated by using the included switches which mount easily on many parts of your bike. In the box are two options: right and left buttons together or right and left buttons separated to place on opposite ends of handlebars. The buttons work flawlessly without any need to wait for connections, and everything is easily rechargeable via included USB cables.

The helmet is light and comfortable, perfect for commuting or night riding. This is a great product, not because it has a lot of features, but because it has a few features that work very well and reliably. This has easily become my go-to helmet for commuting and city riding.

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