With powerful, highly visible lights, the Lumos Street is a stylish urban helmet that comes fully integrated with turn signals and LED modules that ensure 360˚ coverage - ensuring you're seen by motorists from all angles.
Both the front headlights and rear panels are shielded by high quality polycarbonate, the same durable, shatterproof material used to make airplane windows and fighter jet cockpits (not too shabby huh?).
Lumos Street is compatible with Strava and the Apple Watch.
- Small (S): 20-21.6" / 51-55 cm
- Medium to Large (M-L): 21.3-24" / 54-61 cm
- Extra Large (XL): 24-25.6" / 61-65 cm
- 13.05 oz. (370g)
- LED Configurations
- Front: 30 White LEDs
- Rear: 64 Red LEDs
- COB LEDs for a more uniform look
- Turn signal capable
- Automatic brake lights (optional upgrade)
- Battery Life: 4-10 hours dependent on settings
- 3.7V 1800mAh Lithium Polymer rechargeable battery
- 5 hours charging time
- Bluetooth 4.0
- Other Features
- Apple Watch
- Apple Health
- Strava Compatible
- Fits: 22-24” (56-61cm)
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Everything I expected. Wonderful product. I feel safe riding day or night. Long battery life.
Awesome to hear Maria! We hope you'll have many safe and great rides ahead with your Street helmet.
The Lumos street helmet works as advertised with bright lights and turn signals. It's heavier than a normal helmet which is to be expected. The only aspect of the user experience I see needs improving is the operation of the turn signals. The turn signals are operated via a handlebar mounted remote control. I wish the left and right turn signal buttons were more separated or easier to distinguish without having to look down. Also the turn signal button needs to be pressed twice for each turn: once to turn the signal on and once to turn the signal off. Couldn't accelerometers or something else be used to automatically detect once a turn has ended so the user doesn't need to press the button twice?
Thank you for leaving a review Joshua, and thank you for your suggestion! I'll share it with the product team for their consideration. If you happen to have an Apple Watch, you could use it to activate the turn signals as well. That way you would not have to press the buttons of the remote, but you could use the gesture recognition feature instead.