Hi-Tech India has launched SA-1 aeronautics helmet. The company claims that it
is the world’s first helmet with NACA duct airflow technology. The air flow
system of the helmet is especially favored in racing car designs and aircraft.
These helmets will be available in the price range of Rs 2999 to Rs 5999
depending upon the choice of visor.
The double NACA inlets above the shield allow
entry of a large volume of air inside the helmet to refresh and dehumidify the
interior. Talking about the NACA inlets on the back of the helmet, it allows
quick extraction of stale air.
in Italy, the helmet comes with comfortable and replaceable interiors. The streamlined design of the SA-1
Aeronautics helmet reduces air drag, hence there is an increase in efficiency.
The SA-1 aeronautics helmet comes with a wide range of around 10 different
visors like Iridium coated, night vision, smoke visor, photochromatic visor,
etc. The photochromatic visor changes it colour according to the light. The
visor stays smoky during the day time and becomes clear in the dark.
helmet is available in different colours like battle green, hot pink, midnight
black, desert storm, maroon, moon yellow, royal brown etc, in both mat and
glossy finish respectively.
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