LIVALL EVO21 Smart Helmet has LED turn signaling with SOS alert

The bike helmet has evolved! See how LIVALL's EVO21 Smart Helmet uses LED signaling, emergency texting, and other clever features in today's article.

LIVALL EVO21 Smart Helmet has LED turn signaling with SOS alert
LIVALL EVO21 smart helmet uses LED lighting to signal drivers

As technology improves so do regular everyday items. One such item is now the bicycle helmet. LIVALL has created a bike helmet that looks like one you might find in the TRON series, and it’s available now on Indiegogo. Introducing the LIVALL EVO21 Smart Helmet. Let’s dive deeper, shall we?

EVO21 has a solid build and surprisingly advanced features

LIVALL’s EVO21 Smart Helmet is a solidly built helmet with a futuristic style. It intelligently uses LED lights to bump cycling safety up a notch, supported by 10-hour battery life. The EVO21 provides true 360-degree visibility and coverage while staying lighter than other helmets. According to the brand’s Indiegogo page, better ventilation (about 30%) helps to reduce the amount of sweating inside the helmet. It also incorporates LIVALL’s patented SOS technology.

LIVALL EVO21 smart helmet has LED turn signaling and can send emergency texts
LIVALL EVO21 Smart Helmet provides 360-degree visibility

Intelligently designed LED signaling helps keep you safe

The EVO21 Smart Helmet uses LED lighting to alert drivers to your presence. Not only that, it can signal to those behind you which direction you’re moving. The front of the helmet uses a wide-angle LED light, while the rear has a 270-degree one.

By using sensors that detect motion and speed, these lights can intelligently adapt to your riding activity. So, for example, when you’re coming to a stop, the lights will signal to those in front or behind you (not unlike a car) so drivers can react accordingly.

Making a turn? A control that connects to your bike handle can use the LEDs like a vehicle’s turn signal, flashing left or right. LIVALL even thought to make the front light visible at a 45-degree reach to ensure you can be seen if tucking your head down. Pretty smart!

LIVALL EVO21 Smart Helmet in action

A smart helmet that effectively protects against crashes

One of the top priorities for a helmet, of course, is its ability to protect your head from an impact. LIVALL’s EVO21 uses a three-layer dual protection system to do precisely this. PC material spreads crash force through the top shell to reduce impact while cushioning your head. The second layer uses something called Polysource PSI, a liner resistant to impact. This liner further absorbs the remaining force pressure and directs it away from your head. Lastly, the third layer uses memory foam to maintain the best fit while riding.

LIVALL’s patented SOS technology can send emergency texts

Another outstanding feature included in the EVO21 Smart Helmet is LIVALL’s own patented SOS technology. This helmet is capable of detecting falls and can even trigger a text message alert to an emergency contact. This occurs within 90 seconds of the fall and even provides your GPS coordinates. If you manage to cause a false alarm, no worries; the alert has a 90-second window to be canceled as well.

LIVALL EVO21 Smart Helmet has LED turn signaling with SOS alert
LIVALL EVO21 Smart Helmet uses LED’s to enhance safety

A remarkable smart helmet that goes above and beyond

The LIVALL EVO21 Smart Helmet is an excellent example of how style, technology, and real-world functionality can successfully come together. The EVO21 is well-made but also includes features that really make a difference for cycling safety and lifestyle. Other quality-of-life improvements add even more to enjoy here, from IPX5 waterproofing and a built-in sunglasses holder to a riding app and multiple styling options. You really can’t go wrong!

More information about the EVO21 Smart Helmet is available on LIVALL’s Indiegogo campaign page. It starts at $99 and already has over 4,000 backers.

Meet Mark Gulino

Mark is a writer and podcaster who loves technology. When not writing for Gadget Flow, he enjoys passionately working on storytelling projects and exploring the outdoors.
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