In 2022 Firefly became the most funded bicycle light project in Kickstarter HISTORY
Misunderstandings can cause accidents, so make your intentions known to avoid collisions.
Signal your turns. Help drivers help you.
Improve your on-road presence by extending your light spread, making you more noticeable and prompting drivers to provide extra space for your safety.
I bought a set of four Firefly lights - and they are fantastic. Very easy to set up, provide good light for urban cycling and improve safety by allowing clear turn signalling (on very dark paths without lights they are not as strong as other lights but remain adequate, but definitely an 'urban cycling product'). Not sure how well the 'brake lighting' works as I can't see behind me :-), but everything else is spot on. I also like the way they synch with my Lumos helmet and all turn off together when one is turned off at the end of the ride. Charging is easy with the cradle. Great purchase and really happy with it.
I love the simple versatility of the lights. I have one as a headlight and, after a trip to the hardware store for a tiny screw, bolt, and washer, attached the other to my panier rack as a taillight. I appreciate the re-charging capability, and the app that keeps track of when to recharge.
I fave orinally procured 3 firefly with adds on via the kicstarter campain and recently got an extra one.
I love the firefly because of the added versatility and synch capability with my Lumos helmet.
I also use it when I walk my 14pound (3.2kg) black dog at night using the velcro band on my arm and one on my dog collar so my dog become visible to cars for added safety for both of us.
I am sure this is a use you did not think of. Can also be use on kids arm at halloween to ensure kids are seen.
You listened to the problem And did the right thing. No hassles no stress. Soooo much appreciated
Helmet syncs up with Fireflies and turn controller. Love them all.
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If you’re cycling anywhere other than German roads, you do not require a light that's StVZO certified.