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LUMOS Kickstart Bicycle Helmet - £115.25 @ Amazon
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LUMOS Kickstart Bicycle Helmet - £115.25 @ Amazon

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Posted 22nd Jun
Good price for a Lumos Helmet, as they usually are over £150. I have one my myself.

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  • Fall on the road: with 10 white LEDs at the front, 16 red LEDs at the back and 11 LEDs in orange for each turn signal - you will be seen better by motorists, pedestrians and other cyclists.
  • Tap to blink: When you turn on, simply tap the appropriate button on the remote control on the handlebar.
  • FULL Braking: When the function to display a full brake (currently beta) is turned on, 16 LEDs on the back light as a brake light in bright red.
  • Safe, durable and comfortable: our cycling helmets for men and women meet both safety standards, CPSC and CE, and can withstand all weather conditions.
  • The battery lasts about 6 hours in flashing mode and 3 hours when the LEDs burn continuously
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A £116 helmet? Bargain.
Why no indicator lights at the front too?
Expect telepathic indicators for that much
Does it have intelligent headlight build in?
rodman22/06/2019 19:29

Yes when it saves your life.


Rechargeable strip lights - 3.99 helmet - 15.99 . Price does not compute
emilyyC22/06/2019 19:30

Rechargeable strip lights - 3.99 helmet - 15.99 . Price does not compute


If you're spending £16 on your helmet you really don't care about your head.
Carldiff22/06/2019 20:27

If you're spending £16 on your helmet you really don't care about your …If you're spending £16 on your helmet you really don't care about your head.


You can get deals on pretty decent ones- all 100% compliant. Believe me - I ride and enjoy whacking my head for fun.
Edited by: "emilyyC" 22nd Jun
Carldiff22/06/2019 20:27

If you're spending £16 on your helmet you really don't care about your …If you're spending £16 on your helmet you really don't care about your head.


I mean I'm all for helmets .. but a) any helmet sold in the EU must conform to certain standards, £5 or £500. B) research in the field isn't conclusive
You've only got to drop it and it falls down and hits concrete and you are meant to replace it. That is a quick goodbye to £115. Doesn't appear to have 'Giro' either so no enhanced safety just lights built in. I'll admit I'm not totally convinced by 'Giro' it's licensed technology and has nothing to do with the certification of such helmets but still if I'm paying £115 for a helmet I'd expect to get 'Giro' built in.

All helmets sold in the UK have to meet the correct certification so any helmet that fits well does the job. The only way you could get a uncertified helmet is probably a personal import buying through aliexpress etc.
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