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    That thing looks like it would break your neck if you rolled on it in the wrong angle.

    They forgot to add floral or leopard skin patterns to the air bag. Might as well die in style, right?
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    Talk about a 'one-time-and-its-done' use helmet. I would go through about three of those per ride.
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    399 EUR (appox. $532 US) for a one time use helmet.. better not try anything goofy
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    what happens when you do jumps and other stuff while mountain biking. I could see it going off by mistake and then what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by deke505 View Post
    what happens when you do jumps and other stuff while mountain biking. I could see it going off by mistake and then what?
    Replacing a large bulky helmet with a large bulky collar is not, IMO, making something invisible. I guess in Europe helmets aren't that popular so they market it as "invisible"

    i agree Deke, it seems only useful on the road.

    I can imagine alot of false positives... especially in DH or FR. Every rider would end up back at the lift with a big inflated mushroom on their heads. I'll stick with a normal helmet
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    If a girl were to wear that upside down for a belt, it would be great protection against rapists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus View Post
    If a girl were to wear that upside down for a belt, it would be great protection against rapists.
    That would be it's best application.
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