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Thumbs up Docmeter : Air SystemŪ helmet for a perfect fit

Helmet Air SystemŪ is a patented concept that has been developped by Skimeter company in collaboration with engineers and doctors specialized in sports trauma.
Helmet Air SystemŪ is a unique helmet concept that offers optimal safety during use.
Docmeter helmets better fit user morphology. They are more comfortable and protective than any other helmets because they do not allow any helmet movement during use. By offering a better maintain these helmets ensure you an irreproachable efficiency.

PRESENTATION
The Helmet Air SystemŪ placed at the rear of the helmet features :
- a pump to inflate airbladders
- a valve to deflate or empty airbladders.
Airbladders are directly inserted into the helmet.

ADVANTAGES
-> Increased ergonomic skills
* Better maintain on the head
The Helmet Air SystemŪ combined to the anatomical shape of the hull offers a perfect adaptation to the wearer’s head morphology.
* Better fitting
The whole head is in contact with the helmet; there is no pressure point on the skull.
-> Amelioration of users safety
* No risk to lose helmet
The helmet is perfectly fixed on the head.
* Optimised shock protection
Helmet Air SystemŪ ensures a good repartition of the pressures due to impact shock and will actively fight against head trauma.
-> Optimal comfort of use

* Homogenous repartition of pressure
Helmet Air SystemŪ homogenously distributes pressures on the skull.
* No helmet weight incidence
Helmet Air SystemŪ is composed of low density plastic components. Very lightweight it does not have influence on the weight of our helmets.

HELMETER : Docmeter helmets range
Helmeter is a complete range of helmets specially dedicated to bike, mountain bike, alpine ski, snowboard, roller, BMX and many other sports uses. All of our products are available with or without
Helmet Air SystemŪ.

NEWS 2009
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AVAILABILITY
Sizes : from S to L
Public prices : Air SystemŪ available from 99,50$ (no taxe included)
Retailers : please contact our canadian office at cecile@skimeter.com or connect on Docmeter: fabricant de protections pour le sport, gants, casques, protection dorsales, masques et lunettes solaires de haute protection

For people near Vancouver : you can ask for a meeting in our canadian office for a free personal presentation of our products.

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I remember air systems being developed for cycling helmets. They didn't do shit.

I hope these helmets use some sort of impact foam.

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its a helmet! who cares... as long as ur brain dont splatter its good lol
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Ours helmets are just helmets like others, with EPS hull, vents, ... but they also feature airbladders integrated to the lining of the helmet.
The chinguard is equipped with a high density foam and had been reinforced for an increased safety when downhilling.
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WTF good is a chin guard the helmet needs to protect your dome. Sorry but this sounds like yet another one of the lame ass companies making a lame ass product. You need a foam in there not air. A bladder is just going to pop when you impact and when it does you'll get a double impact and your brain is going to get mashed twice as hard. I've been doing this a long time and the best helmets on the market are seriously Burton/Red, Protect, Smith, Poc, Boerri and thats about it.


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...the best helmets on the market are seriously Burton/Red...
HEY EVERYONE, LOOK AT THIS! you will prolly never see this from av again but he just endorsed a burton product!

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Sorry but if the Airbag in your car works like that call me and will see together whats rong with it ...
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WTF good is a chin guard the helmet needs to protect your dome. Sorry but this sounds like yet another one of the lame ass companies making a lame ass product. You need a foam in there not air. A bladder is just going to pop when you impact and when it does you'll get a double impact and your brain is going to get mashed twice as hard. I've been doing this a long time and the best helmets on the market are seriously Burton/Red, Protect, Smith, Poc, Boerri and thats about it.
From what docmeter is saying, these helmets have a regular impact foam liner and use the airbladder system for getting a perfect fit.

Also, read next time and you won't look like a jackass.

P.P.S. EPS is shit anyways.

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Hi,

If you've got some brand names to give me, who used airbladders in their helmets it'll be great for me to get them.

Thanks for your help.
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HEY EVERYONE, LOOK AT THIS! you will prolly never see this from av again but he just endorsed a burton product!
I was thinking the same thing TJ. He also said 'best'. And even put Burton/Red first on the list. I think at heart you really do love Burton Mr. Avenger.
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