VOZZ Helmet has no chin strap

VOZZ Helmet laws

The Australian-designed and owned VOZZ Helmet has been launched with a unique system that rids the helmet of a chin strap.

The tri-composite VOZZ RS 1.0 Helmet splits in two and is hinged at the top with a rear shell opening that makes it easy to put on and take off, even while wearing glasses.VOZZ Helmet

The chin strap is replaced by a fully adjustable chin cup so you don’t have to take off your gloves to fasten it.VOZZ Helmet

The company claims its patented “Voztec System” has improved aerodynamics, no buffeting, no visions impairment, no neck compression and no neck restriction issues.

It also importantly has an emergency safety release system so the helmet can be safely removed from a crash victim without causing spinal injuries.vozz-motorcycle-helmet-8

VOZZ Helmets is sending a helmet to Motorbike Writer for testing so stay tuned for a full review.

Managing director Mark Bryant says it is “a wonderful example of Australian innovation heralding a new era in the way we think about helmets”.

“We quite literally believe we will make the traditional pull-on, pull-off helmet extinct,” he says.VOZZ Helmet

The helmet is available for test and purchase from the VOZZ Helmet showroom, Building 3, 49 Frenchs Forest Road East, Frenchs Fores, NSW 2066.

It will also be available online in seven colours by the end of December. No price has yet been revealed.

VOZZ Helmet

The Vozz helmet has been approved in Australia, USA, Europe, Japan and Chinaand the company is currently looking for dealers worldwide to stock their helmet.

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7 Comments

  1. If it were Australian made I’d give it a go. But as things stand it can compete in the open marketplace with all the other brands when I look for a new one in a few months.

  2. That’s a horrible idea. How do you get out if the latch jams?
    Why would you weaken the helmet right on the critical crown point?
    Why would you put a solid dangerous hinge assembly right on top of the head where you need protective EPS instead?

  3. Great idea, especially if you wear glasses. The emergency release system is brilliant. But it doesn’t look like there’s a spot to fit a Bluetooth headset.

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