Reevu MSX1 Rear-View Motorcycle Helmet
The MSX1 from Reevu is the first helmet to feature a rear-view mirror. Reevu has been an industry leader in rear view technology with their patented mirror system, manufactured from a reflective polycarbonate material which is safer and stronger than glass. The mirror system basically bends light around the outer shell of the helmet, offering a clear view of what’s behind you. The Reevu mirror system works just like a car’s rear view mirror, and offers the rider improved road awareness without having to turn your head around and take your eyes off the road ahead of you.
- Free Return Shipping No risk in the USA. Patented rear-view technology with a mirror system that essentially bends the light around the shell of the helmet, offering a clear view of what’s behind.
- Tri-composite carbon fiberglass, Kevlar and synthetic hi-tenacity advanced fiber shell. Helmet comes with a clear Front visor
- Fully removable and washable liner
- Anti-fog face shield
- Sizing Chart: Measure around your head: XS = 50-54 CM S = 54-56 CM M = 56-58 CM L = 58-60 CM XL = 60-62 CM XXL = 62-64.5 CM
At ebay.com you can purchase a Reevu FSX1 / MSX1 Helmet Replacement Rear View Visor Screen - Smoke for only $36.96., which is 92% less than the cost in Amazon.com ($459.95). The cheapest price was found on February 2, 2023 8:09 am. – View Buying Options
Reevu have taken this concept further, producing the world’s first motorbike helmets with an integrated rear vision system that helps prevent accidents. A new age in motorcycle helmets has arrived. THE NEW AND WORLD’S
Reevu has been the industry leader in rear view technology with their patented mirror system, manufactured from a reflective polycarbonate material rather than glass. The polycarbonate material is almost impossible to break, weighs less than glass and provides additional safety and comfort to the rider. The mirror system essentially bends the ...
Reevu helmets are the worlds first rear view motorbike helmet, providing the rider with a genuine view of what is happening behind via carefully positioned optic, avoiding the need for the rider to take their eyes off the road ahead while checking their mirrors.. Just as when driving a car, the driver uses their peripheral vision to check in the mirrors, so the principal is exactly the same ...