StickyLight 2A is an adhesive circuit board with LEDs that mounts to your skydiving helmet's visor. It was conceived to be the most minimally invasive StickyLight ever produced, with wires measuring only 2 millimeters thick in most places of peripheral vision. It contains
three individually addressable LEDs that protrude like tear drops from above the jumper's right eye. The integrated clip can be used to provide additional strain relief to the cable and keep it in place. Fits almost any closed-face helmet.
For those who want a bit more light coverage, these StickyLights contain 10 LEDs
that extend on a stem above the jumper's right eye. StickyLight 2B also has a very minimal footprint for the light coverage it provides thanks to its sleek design. The integrated clip can be used to provide additional strain relief to the cable as well as keep it in place. Fits almost any closed-face helmet.
These flexible gooseneck lights can be bent into shape and keep their form once installed. They utilize the same proven rigid construction of the original FlexiLight from ColorAlti®, but have four individually
addressable LEDs instead of one single RGB LED. Although they are intended primarily for open-face helmets, these lights can be used in closed-face helmets as well.
RigidLight is another type of visor-based light with a minimal footprint that contains 10 LEDs. Unlike StickyLights, these lights contain a rigid circuit board mounted with screws and nuts that can be removed and mounted on other visors once the visor needs to be replaced. This option requires drilling into the visor.