CONNECTED LIGHTS - MORE EASE OF USE IS NOT POSSIBLE
With the AURA 100 / BLAZE LINK lighting set, bicycle lighting can be controlled, designed and experienced in a completely new way. Thanks to the innovative link function, the lights can be linked together in a flash. Once connected, they can be conveniently operated from the front light. The AURA 100 LINK, which is approved for road traffic, illuminates even the darkest path with 100 lux luminosity and a range of 110 meters, while the BLAZE LINK ensures maximum visibility with its brake light function. The overall concept earned the Eurobike Award 2021.
INTELLIGENT LINK FUNCTION
It couldn't be more convenient: in the AURA 100 / BLAZE LINK set, the two lights can be linked together as "Connected Lights" via BLE and operated conveniently and intuitively from the front light. A double-click activates the front and rear lights on the bike, and a long press of the button switches the lights off again.
FIVE-LEVEL IN-DISPLAY DISPLAY
With five different modes, the AURA 100 / BLAZE LINK set gives you versatility on the move. The AURA 100 LINK display shows at all times which mode the lights are currently in and therefore how much light power they are using. The fewer bars are lit, the lower the battery consumption. This makes operation easier and more convenient.
BATTERY STATUS - ALWAYS UP TO DATE
The LED indicator on the AURA 100 LINK always shows the battery status of the front and rear light. With its five levels, you always know when the AURA 100 or BLAZE LINK needs to be connected to the USB charging cable again. The progress of the charging process is also displayed here.
Front light: AURA 100 LINK
LIGHT GUIDE FOR VISIBILITY AND SAFETY
The Light Guide on the side of the StVZO front light is not just a visual highlight. With the two additional LEDs, it also makes you more visible from the side and thus ensures additional safety in road traffic.
Rear light: BLAZE LINK
TWO LIGHT MODES WITH BRAKE LIGHT
With the BLAZE LINK, you have the choice between the automatic sensor light, which activates itself in the dark, and the continuous light. With both variants, the acceleration sensor triggers the brake light as soon as your speed reduces.