Afraid that your motor bike's rear-view is missing some blind spot, and you want to go faster without running the risk of bleeding all over your nice clothes?
UK company Reevu has the solution for you: the MSX1, a full-face helmet that has a rear-view mirror incorporated into it.
With all-around vision, things should get a lot clearer, though it might be a bit unnerving at the beginning, and you might be prone to make swerves at imagined close encounters.
The rear-view mirror is made of an unbreakable reflective polycarbonate material, not glass, so it will not break on impact, and if it does, you won't have to worry about tiny bits and pieces slashing your face to bits and leaving you hoping for an Extreme Makeover.
Interestingly, the helmet is supposed to allow you to see to your back even if you have a passenger, who should likely either be a midget or keeping in a fetal position. But well, it's a cool helmet, and doubles your chances of checking out people on the roads. Seems like a good investment to me. Cost: US$399 - www.reevu.comAdd a comment
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