Skully P1 Heads-Up Display Motorcycle Helmet

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The innovation team at Skully are  looking to make commuting on your 2 wheeled companion a whole lot safer with the introduction of their Skully P1 Heads-Up Display Motorcycle Helmet.

Equipped with a fully integrated heads up display and rearview camera system, the Skully helmet is like having eyes in the back of your head. The built in rear camera captures everything behind you, and displays it right onto the heads-up display preventing you from constantly having to turn around (a dangerous move on a motorcycle). As if that wasn’t ingenious enough, the Skully can also be synced with your mobile device via Bluetooth, allowing you to get weather forecasts, listen to music, and even take phone calls and send text messages, all just by using your voice. To ensure you don’t get lost while cruising the open road, the helmet also comes outfitted with a turn-by-turn GPS navigation system. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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