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Busch + Müller

Busch + Müller IXON Fyre StVZo Bike Light black

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Product Description
The IXON Fyre is small, light, bright and practical. This front light is the new low-priced battery-powered headlamp with IQ lighting technology from Busch + Müller.

The Fyre provides a good and homogeneous road illumination of 30 lux with light at close range directly in front of the bike. In the brighter of the two operating modes, it lights up for over five hours.

The surrounding soft component protects the 143 gram light Fyre from shocks and moisture. The flexible holder allows mounting on all common handlebars. Its lithium battery is permanently installed and can be recharged easily via USB when the protective cap on the back is opened. USB is not included in the scope of delivery.


  • low-cost, high-performance LED rechargeable headlamp
  • with close-range illumination
  • recharge via USB cable
  • all-round soft component protects against shocks and moisture
  • LowPower mode: 10 lux (lighting time ~ 10 hours)
  • without charger
Front Light  
luminary: LED
luminousity: 30 Lux
light duration: Approx. 10 h min
Energy Saving
Power Source: Battery
USB port: yes
Assembly Tool-less: 1, yes
StVZO approved  
143  g
Scope of Delivery
Includes: Mounting, Batteries
Delivery: With universal holder for all handlebar diameters
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