m-Blaze Pin LED Turn Signal

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Make your motorcycle turn signals virtually invisible!

The m-Blaze Pin from Motogadget is one of the smallest and brightest Motorcycle LED Turn Signal options we've come across. Be seen without having your turn signals overwhelm the front or rear styling of your ride.

Available in Black or Polished finishes in a CNC turned aluminum casing. Each signal has high luminosity powered by IntesiLED and TranzLight technology, with a large viewing angle for maximum visibility and safety. These features allow for very bright directional light while also illuminating the entire indicator housing.



  • ECE Approved
  • Light distribution by TranzLight Technology
  • Tiny dimensions give a minimal appearance
  • Electronic power conditioning clocked by 330kHz, IC controlled constant current source and secure protection electronics


  • Overall length with thread: 38.5 mm
  • Length without mounting thread: 19.5 mm
  • Largest diameter: 16 mm
  • Cable length: 100 cm
  • Weight: 12 g
  • Mounting: M8 threaded studs
  • Power consumption: 3 watts

For more documentation about the use and installation of the Motogadget m-Blaze Pin LED Turn Signals, please consult the manual here.


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  • 5
    M -Blaze pin led turn signal

    Posted by Milburn B. on Jun 12th 2020

    The item is bright and it works good.

  • 5
    M-blaze led directional s

    Posted by John W. on May 14th 2020

    Extremely bright and noticeable for such little lights

  • 4
    Turn signal indicator

    Posted by E on May 13th 2020

    Very nice and compact indicator light. High price point for a turn signal. Very discrete on the actual bike which is nice look. They are directional and reflect the signal in a certain direction-be sure to align properly when installed.

  • 5

    Posted by Casper A. on Sep 3rd 2019

    Real science and engineering went into these babies. Simplicity, safety, form and function went into this design. They are discrete when not needed and demand attention when you do need them. There are a lot of led turn signals that suffice but these are another level. From the way the internal prism, directing the light and alerting the imminent traffic in forward and rear direction to the side halo-ish effect alerting everyone else, is freaking genius.
    If you prefer stand out turn signals to complement a style in your build or modification these might not be what you’re looking for but if you like it simple, minuscule and discrete then take these into consideration cuz they are awesome!!

  • 5
    M Blaze pin

    Posted by Matt on Jun 11th 2019

    These M Blaze Pin mini turn signals are small just like I wanted and bright enough to easily see even in the daylight. I love them and they were easy to install. I definitely recommend these!

  • 5
    Love the m blaze pin

    Posted by Stuart S. on Feb 9th 2018

    Hope they stand out. They are tucked in but are very bright.

  • 5
    The Light to beat

    Posted by Carl R. on Nov 26th 2017

    I can’t imagine that there is a brighter light for its size anywhere out there. Excellent construction. Looks as good as it performs. Revivals processing and shipping speed was equally as impressive. Thanks guys.

  • 5
    Very nice product

    Posted by Michael M. on Sep 23rd 2017

    Very nice product

  • 5
    Top notch.

    Posted by Chris W. on Aug 9th 2017

    Took my bike to get inspected, the guy at the shop took one look at the bike and said he wouldn’t pass me without signals. I told him I had them and pointed where they were. He then said I still probably wouldn’t pass with “novelty” blinkers, they needed to be bright and real. He said this just as I flipped them on, at which point he said “Damn! Those kind of hurt the eyes they are so bright.” He then proceeded to pepper me with questions about who made them and where I found them.

    Needless to say I passed and he changed his opinion to my blinkers may be the best quality aftermarket turn signals he’s ever seen.