Not only does the heads-up display provide detailed road layouts and GPS mapping, there’s hands free music streaming and you’ll also have access to a rear view camera feed, with 180 degree coverage so all blind spots will be eliminated.
The angle of the camera can be personalised with the accompanying app and the GPS mapping system is all set for both the States and Europe.
With a battery life of nine hours, it should last even a mammoth riding session. Not that you’d get bored on an extra long journey – there are music playback and hands free calling features too, all controlled by your voice.
The Skully AR-1 helmet is weather resistant, with all the electrical components sealed with a special coating and there are injection moulded casings to keep the elements at bay.
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