- 30 Lux
- Indicator LED
- Light at close range
- Circumferential soft component protects from shock & moisture
- Integrated, rechargeable lithium battery
- Charged via USB port
- Approved for all bicycles
- High Power Mode: 30 Lux (5 hours plus)
- Low Power Mode: 10 Lux (15 hours plus)
- Supplied with USB cable
- Fully charged within approximately 2.5 hours with the original charger
- Fully charged with other USB chargers within approximately 3.5 to 7 hours
- For handlebars 20.9 - 31.8 mm
- Weight 143g
The Fyre is small, light, bright and convenient. The large lens at the front incorporates IQ Tec with 30 Lux output and light at close range directly in front of the bicycle. The Fyre offers a very good and homogeneous lighting of the road. There are two lighting modes - 30 Lux which shines for more than five hours and 10 Lux which shines for 15 hours plus. It also has a capacity indicator. Its circumferential soft component protects the 143g light Fyre from shock and moisture while its flexible mounting bracket is suitable for all established handlebar diameters. The Fyre's built in lithium battery is effortlessly charged via USB when the rear protection cap is opened. It is supplied with the cable for USB charging.
Light At Close Range:
For a secure ride it is important to be able to see the road directly in front of the bicycle. Bumps or potholes in the road can be seen better if this area is lit and can be circumnavigated by short and intuitive steering. During darkness this is only possible if the area between one and four meters in front of the bicycle is lit brightly and homogeneously. Subjectively the need for light at close range is higher the slower one is riding, because one's balance can more easily be influenced by obstacles. "With light at close range" means that the light field emitted by the B+M headlights starts directly one meter in front of the bicycle.
IQ Technology: The Light Revolution:
Designed by B+M the core of IQ-TEC is the revolutionary idea to use a high output LED as an indirect light source. The complete reflective surface is used to focus and guide the light. If one looks into the reflector of an IQ headlight one only sees the metalised surface. Once the headlight is turned on what takes its place is "nothing but light" with superb efficiency and barely any wasted stray light.