23 Oct

Vozz Helmets has created a helmet that makes life easier for rescuers

The biggest problem of medical rescuers who have to bring to the hospital the victim of a motorcycle accident is to take a picture of a helmet from her head, especially in case of suspected damage to the cervical vertebrae. Engineers from the Australian company Vozz Helmets have developed a special design helmet, which breaks down into two halves.

The Vozz RS 1.0. helmet, designed for two wheelers, is unusual in many respects. Its biggest advantage is its construction, which prevents it from slipping off its head during an accident. It was designed in such a way that it locks on the chin of the motorcyclist, so it keeps very solid. Moreover, this type of construction provides less air resistance, so the helmet is quieter and has better insulation against cold. In addition, the length of the chin guard element is adjustable.

Unlike other helmets, the chin part is completely static in this case, while the helmet decomposes into two parts, and the attachment point is roughly halfway in the helmet just below the helmet. The whole is locked in front of the double locking mechanism of both halves, which is easily accessible also when the hands are dressed in gloves.

The innovative fastening system has many advantages, and one of them is the ability to easily remove the helmet from the head of the motorcyclist who has suffered an accident. Vozz RS 1.0 has an emergency download system. All you have to do is to unscrew the two screws and the helmet will split into two separate halves.