Why this gadget is very dangerous for bikers in Pakistan.... Please note that the Bikes here in Pakistan are mostly 70 cc or up most 125 cc.
But considering the developed country this is nothing as they don't have such puny engined bikes...
@vajih102: Sir g your input is require on this gadget....
hahaha it means u havent seen bike riders in pakistan. come to twin cities i will show you pindi bikers some time.
Yes i know but it will serve the purpose as it supposed to do so....
This gadget is awesome but it will take at least 15 years for it to arrive in pakistan
it will probably cost more then any local assembled bike in Pakistan
Brother the point is that these are enthusiast products and these products have been and will always be out of reach of middle class peopleI know a few people who have imported branded helmets for as much as 30K so for them this helmet will be cheapTell me how many people are there among middle class who can afford enthusiast bikes/cars
Lol the reason to wear helmet is to save ur skull from cracking , an accident will surely mess up the sensors of such a helmet.
You can always import it...
Helmets have the primary purpose of saving your head. But this helmet is going one step ahead in which normal helmets don't go like Back view camera, side cameras and GPS navigation system so you dont need to look else where and concentrate on the road.....
Its great...Reminds me of iron man
Technology will always take some time to penetrate unless it is mass produced. For example in 90s a Nokia 3310 costed around 15K but now as the cell phone technology is evolving on daily basis you can get a very smart phone in 15K
Yes brother the technology is great i hope that i will be able to become iron man in the future
Why there is so much emphasize on Iron in this whole thread... i wonder..
Its because iron man's helmet has almost the same functions
pakistan may to nahe milta ho ga
How to buy in Pakistan?
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