Dealers across the UK are offering test rides with the uniquely-designed Vozz RS 1.0 helmet that uses a hinged mechanism to put on and remove instead of a traditional chin strap.
The helmet hinges open from the crown and is released by two clips, one on either side with a push button release and meets ECE certification for safety.
Vozz say that the RS offers a zero buffeting, silent ride (due to the smaller neck aperture), is five times faster to put on than a traditional helmet and allows users to leave their glasses on during the process.
They also claim that the rolled shape at the bottom of the helmet helps to protect your collar bones in an accident and reduces the risk of spinal injury if removed after a crash.
Test rides can be booked at all branches of Sportsbike Shop (Boston, Leeds, Milton Keynes) or Helmet City (Cheltenham, Chichester, Dorset, Oxford, Somerset, Tatsfield).
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The Voztec™ system has been developed by the directors and is suitable for incorporation into any full face Helmet. The Company intends to incorporate the system into a selection of Helmet products that are robust, meet a market need, are technologically advanced and can be produced at a sustainable and competitive cost.
The benefits of a rear access designed helmet allow the lower edge of the chin bar to be rolled therefore creating a rounder shape chin bar that fits extremely close to the user’s jaw line, creating a helmet with less snag points than conventional full face helmets.
Further design requirements allows for a closer fitting helmet as the size of the helmet is not affected by the opening size at the bottom of the helmet (as do typical helmets which need to allow a wider access to allow the head to fit into the helmet). As the helmet has an opening rear access, the helmet can be made to fit closer.
Please click here to visit the official Vozz Helmets website.