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Supernova E3 Pure 3 Dynamo Front Light silver (2021)

ID: 1200706
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Three striking characteristics of the E3 PURE 3: it is chic, bright and light. In fact, it is one of the smallest and brightest StVZO dynamo headlights with aluminium housing in the world. The switch-free E3 PURE 3 is a permanent light, so you don't have to worry about your light anymore - unless you manage to exceed the over 100-year LED service life. So it offers you safety by day and night. Only our unique Terraflux 2 lens makes it possible to combine day and night driving light in one lens. The advantage? You can do without unnecessary electronics and additional LEDs, the headlight remains minimalist and chic.


  • Supply voltage: 6 V / 3 W Dynamo (AC)
  • Lens type: Terraflux 3
  • L x B x H: 49 x 41 x 41 mm
  • Material: 6061 Aluminium
  • Optimised for permanent daytime running lights
  • 5-minute parking light, also powers the Supernova Tail Light
  • No switch, fully automatic function
  • Cable length to dynamo: 980 mm to tail light 1080 mm
luminary: LED
luminary details: Power LED
luminous flux: 205 lumens
Energy Saving
Power Source: Dynamo  
German traffic regulations approved  
90  g
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