Shark Skwal i3 – the first helmet with integrated brake lights

Shark, the renowned helmet manufacturer, recently introduced its latest model, the Skwal i3. It is the first motorcycle helmet with integrated stop lights. The helmet boasts two new patented technologies and has ECE 22.06 homologation.

The Skwal i3 uses a three-axis accelerometer to detect when braking is imminent, and the brake light integrated into the helmet works accordingly. The brake light flashes three times per second during smooth braking and five times per second during hard braking, which improves visibility for both car and motorcycle drivers.

In addition to the integrated brake lights, the Shark Skwal i3 has white LED lights on the front that improve visibility in traffic. Three words determine the operation of the headlights, but do not change the patterns of the brakes. The helmet’s battery can be charged via the USB-C cable in just three hours, which provides 12 hours of use. If the helmet is left on for 24 hours, it will turn itself off to extend battery life.

The Shark Skwal i3 helmet is made of a polycarbonate shelland also features Shark’s patented tool-free visor removal system, Class 1 anti-scratch optic visor with Pinlock 70 lens, integrated sun visor with anti-scratch and anti-fog properties, and 40mm speaker space.

The helmet is available in two sizes, XS-XXL and 13 graphic options.

All in all, the Shark Skwal i3 is a revolutionary helmet that combines advanced technologies, comfort and safety. Its integrated brake lights provide an additional level of safety for drivers, while front LED lights improve visibility. This makes the Skwal i3 an excellent choice for all types of drivers. The helmet should hit the trite soon.

Source: Moto Berza by

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