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    Oct122016

    Make sure you're seen on the road or even off the road.

    The Lumos Lighted Helmet features super bright white LEDs in the front and super bright red LEDs in the rear to provide over 80 lumens of illumination. This should ensure that you will stand out on the road. Once charged, the company says the battery lasts approximately 3 hours when the lights are on solid mode or 6 hours on blinking mode.The helmet takes approximately 2 hours to charge. But wait, there's more! For the turn signals, (they advice you should always use hand signals) but then there are amber blinking LED turn signals you can use as a supplement. There's a companion app which allows users to configure brake light preferences, as well as monitor battery life. Included with the helmet is one normal remote and one extended-buttons remote for the turn signals, as well as a remote mount and charging cable. The Lumos will retail for between $149 & $179.00. As of 10/21/16 it was $149.00 for a preorder on the company website:  

    Giz Wiz Video: https://youtu.be/uiLo_ZReucs

     

    Company website: https://lumoshelmet.co

     

    See or hear this show: www.gizwiz.tv/episode/1592 (Goes live late Friday 10/14/16)

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