Hovding Airbag Cyclist Helmet goes on saleAugust 20th, 2012 - 7:22 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt
Stockholm, Aug 20 (NEWS) A wish of Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin is now fulfilled. They needed a helmet that would not spoil the hair style and it will still act as a helmet that one can use either during the time of motor riding or the time of car racing.
This was like an improvement into the world of technology thanks to the Swedish designers who managed to come up with the helmet. The idea was introduced 8 years ago and thanks to their hard work it is now possible to get a “Hovding” helmet. The helmet is now going all around at a very affordable price of $350.
The helmet looks like a scarf and the inside of it is made with gyro-meters and accelerometers, which can detect a sudden jolt. It is however commonly active when one is in motion. One advantage of the helmet is that when one is involved in an accident it inflates within 0. 1 seconds and it cocoons the head of the victim.
It is evident that the helmet is of beneficial to the entire motorcyclists or any other person that intends to use it. It can also be purchased by the women cyclists who are careful of their hair and they do not intend to have it undone.
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