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Smart4u Smart Helmet with LED taillight & Turn Indicators. SOS Alert, Bluetooth Phone One Button Answer Bike Helmet, Certified Comfortable Cycling Helmet-SH55M

Safety is our first and foremost concern when riding, for my wife especially. So when I saw this smart cycling helmet I immediately thought it would make an excellent gift for her upcoming birthday. She’ll love the added taillight and blinkers. Though I’m not sure she’d ever use the phone or blue tooth capabilities while riding. I would, but I love the option. The LIVALL RIDING APP with emergency contact and built-in sensor chip provide a level of additional safety we hadn’t even thought existed. Not that we’ll stop wearing our safety bracelets. Knowing that in case of an accident the emergency system will kick in automatically and send your GPS location to your emergency contacts is assuring.


Traditionally, people wear bike helmets to protect their heads from injury in the event of a fall. The best smart helmets take protection a notch higher. Premium models have lights that improve the visibility of cyclists outdoors. Some models have in-built microphones for communicating and premium speaker systems for listening to favorite music as you cycle.

  • Bluetooth Phone One Button Answer. With built-in Bluetooth4.1 high sensitivity wireless module, wind resistant microphone for clear conversation at a maximum speed of 25km/h. You are capable of answering or hanging up phone calls with one click on the BlingJet mounted on the handlebar of bike. Two stereo speakers are installed on both sides of the helmet. A safe and pleasant riding guaranteed with high fidelity music and audible surroundings.
  • 6 LED Warning Lighting Beans with Patented Concealed Design. Six high-brightness LED warning lighting beans. A patented silk-screen printing concealed light-transmitting design, a visual distance over 150 meters. Makes this smart helmet a safe companion in the late night.
  • Adjustable head size via the dial in the back and adjustable straps. They enable you to wear the helmet in the correct position for a feeling of reassuring comfort. Head Size: M: 21.26-22.83in(54-58cm).
  • Integrated Molding for Superior Impact Resistance. Made of PC (polycarbonate), and imported PSI-205T high density EPS (polystyrene foam) energy absorbing materials. The integral molding of external and internal layers dramatically strengthens the helmet impact resistance. In addition, a 13-ventilation channels plus absorptive capacity designs make the helmet more airy and comfortable for riding.
  • SOS Trigger in the Event of an Accident. Possessing a built-in 3-axis gravitational acceleration sensor, and unique patented algorithm for real-time cycling monitoring. The SOS Alert will be automatically triggered in an accident and notification will be sent to your emergency contacts along with a GPS location.

Other cycling safety gear

My wife is a much more concerned? Cautious? No, it’s probably intelligent cyclist than I am. So naturally she’s more interested in what is going on behind her on the road than I am. Which is how I came across the GARMIN REARVIEW RADAR. The Garmin Varia provides visual as well as audible alerts for approaching vehicles. The Varia warns of vehicles up to 153 yards (140 meters) away. The smartphone app increases your awareness by providing graphics — plus tone and vibration alerts — indicating the position and speed of approaching cars. No more looking behind you or glancing at tiny, poorly located mirrors. When used with a compatible smartphone, Varia radar integrates with your favorite apps. Utilize Ride with GPS to overlay your maps with rearview radar alerts. Mounts easily on the seat post of almost any road-use bicycle.


So we went riding the other day with a good friend. Dan is a much more experienced rider than us and during the ride our conversation the topic of road ID came up. We were riding local. Right out of the drive way so I didn’t bother bringing a wallet. The wife didn’t have anything with her either. So Dan brought to our attention the repercussions in a worst case scenario. What if we got hit? How would anyone know who we were or who to contact? Needless to say, when we got home the first thing we did was research a ROAD ID BRACELET.

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