Asia’s largest helmet manufacturer Steelbird announces the launch of a new helmet series, “Blauer POD”. Steelbird mentions that the main USP of this helmet is the use of Fiberglass in the POD. This makes the helmet a lot more lightweight yet can withstand very high impact. This helmet uses the advanced balloon moulded process, which makes the shell very light and durable. Studds mentions that this helmet is the perfect combination of style and world-class safety. In addition to this, the Blauer POD also has dual certification of ECE 22.05 and IS:4151.
Features Of Blauer POD Helmet
To give the utmost comfort to its riders, Studds uses the REACH registered fabric in the interiors. REACH is a European legal, regulatory authority that protects the environments from harmful chemicals. The equipped quick release buckle adds convenience to the riders. This is an excellent addition as it helps the riders to undo their helmet strap quite easily. Studds is using a double visor for the Blauer POD. The inner sun shield helps protect the rider from the bright, scorching sun rays, making their ride quite comfortable. The internal sun shield is available in both clear and smoke shade.
Blauer POD – Colours, Sizes And Price
Studds is offering this helmet with multiple colours and design options to attract a wide range of audience. The helmet is available with monochrome titanium and black shade. And in terms of design, Studds is offering two different graphics, Stripes and Classic. To help the customers get the best fitment, Studds offers the Blauer Pro with multiple size options. This ranges from Extra Small (XS) to Large (L). Given the host of features and attractive design, the helmet comes at a premium. The range of this helmet starts from INR 9,079 and goes till INR 9,379. Studds mentioned that this helmet is available at all the Steelbird outlets and on their official website.
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