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This helmet brings together all the accessories that an athlete always dreamed of | Digital Trends Spanish

The “all-in-one” offers are usually a must and it seems that Shenzhen Relee Electronic Technology was very aware of that. The M1 sports helmet seems to bring together all the accessories that lovers of outdoor life most appreciate.

The list of specifications is extensive and starts with a front camera with a Sony Starvis sensor that allows immediate video playback on the phone. It records in 1080p, has a 120-degree field of view, low-light capabilities, and an anti-vibration system.

As if that were not enough, it is compatible with the Siri virtual assistant, so it will be very useful for Apple customers, judging by the video published by the firm on the crowdfunding platform. kickstarter. It has a remote control that can be installed on the bicycle handlebar and wrist, as well as an intercom for other users.

The Relee M1 sports helmet also features a magnetic closure for quick fastening and release. For night cyclists, it has signal lights (right and left) and a brake light. Its 350-lm headlamp promises a range of 15 meters (nearly 50 feet). In addition, it has an IP65 classification, that is, it is dust-tight and resistant to projected water.

Another fundamental aspect is its 4,500 mA rechargeable battery in three hours. The company promises a use of between six and 18 hours. Its worst performance would be with camera and light working; the best, only with light.

In addition to the impact certification, which the Chinese firm did not reveal in the promotional material, it has interchangeable magnetic covers in blue, red, green and violet, among 18 other flat and gradient tones.

As of press time, Relee had raised more than $13,000 for its development, doubling the amount originally proposed. The adhesions, which reached 88, started at $79 dollars, with about 40% discount compared to the final value of $129 dollars.

The first deliveries were scheduled for May 2022. The list of delivery countries included Mexico, Spain and the United States. Unfortunately, the rest of those interested in Latin America will have to wait.

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