helmet manufacturer Steelbird Hi-Tech India has launched SBA-1 HF helmet that
enables you to listen to music as well as helps ou to attend to your phone
calls too. This model is designed especially for the ones who find it difficult
to attend calls or who wish to listen to music while riding. This new helmet is
available in three colours-- Red, Black and white and sizes ranging from 58cm
to 60cm. The helmet costs Rs 2589 only.
after two years of rigorous research and development the SBA-1 HF helmet does
not require any batteries, yet provides high-quality sound along with powerful
performance. This helmet connects to your phone through an aux and is compatible
with all phones.
SBA-1 Hands Free helmet has features like noise cancellation through single
directional microphone, easy access to Google assistant and dedicated button
for call connect and disconnect. The speakers in the helmet do not a have noise
cancellation feature, so the rider is aware of the sounds around, like horn,
ambulance siren etc.
helmet is also supported with waterproof mechanism with IP5 water resistant
hands free parts. Its main feature is that the rider can easily attend calls
just by clicking a button. The microphone in the helmet is single actuator
microphone, so only the voice of the rider will be transmitted, not the voice
of the traffic etc.
innovative ventilation system of the helmet is also equipped with an air intake
in the chin guard, an air intake in the frontal and top area and two rear
extractors recycling air inside the helmet. For the comfort of the rider, the
SBA-1 HF has polycarbonate anti scratch coated visor quick release visor mechanism
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