Livall RS1 Skihelm

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151,25 €

LIVALL ski helmet RS1 - communication and safety for the slopes

LIVALL - Skihelm RS1 - advantages:

  • Security (SOS function)
  • Innovation (communication + music)

LIVALL - Skihelm RS1 - features:

  • Construction: In-Mold for durable connection of the outer shell with the shock-absorbing helmet material (EPS)
  • Weight: 750g
  • Head circumference: 57 - 61 cm (adjustable)
  • Push to talk: for example in the group
  • Special feature: walkie-talkie function
  • Connection: via Bluetooth with the phone
  • Frost: Functions also work at minus 20 ° C
  • Intelligent acoustics: removable multifunction earpads
  • Wind resistant: hearing and speech function
  • Ski goggles: Clipband available
  • Ski goggles: Anti-fog ventilation availablen

LIVALL - Skihelm RS1 - awards:

  • 2018 CES Innovation Awards Wearable Technologies

LIVALL - Skihelm RS1 - delivery:

  • Helmet

The smartphone is also part of the basic equipment on the slopes for most people. But who does not know that? To find the meeting point for lunch, the gloves have to be lowered in the lift and then it is time to type with icy fingers. This is now over, at least for those who have the ski helmet RS1 of LIVALL on his head. Thanks to the integrated headset, the helmet connects to the smartphone via Bluetooth. Make calls, use messenger services or just listen to music: it has never been so easy without having to use your hands. The system is controlled quite simply via a central button in the left ear pad - a push and the connection is already there. Particularly useful is the walkie-talkie function. Via an app specially developed by LIVALL, a leased line can be established with the ski buddies without ever having to use a mobile phone. But the RS1 can do even more: In the event of a possible fall, a sensor registers the impact, activates the app and sends an SMS with the geodata of the presumed accident site to a pre-defined telephone number. Last but not the least: As soon as the smartphone is no longer connected via Bluetooth, the helmet indicates by signal the possible loss. This is how communication works today - from now on also in the ski resort.