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Old 03-10-2010, 12:55 PM   #1
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Reevue Helmet US Available

OTD it costs around $400. Looks pretty interesting.

helmet reevu msx1

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Here's the company website : http://www.reevu.com/

Here's where you buy it : http://rearview-helmets.com/
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thats pretty cool
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Old 03-10-2010, 01:13 PM   #3
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That would be nice.
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I suppose you can learn to tune it out 'till you use it, but I wonder if it would be distracting when moving your head around and the camera is panning tons of real estate. The head may have to also be angled just right to see behind or what if the sun is behind you.

An answer to an unasked question, IMHO.

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Apparently, in a full lean, you won't be able to see what is behind you, only sky. But who rides in a full lean often on the street? (it uses mirrors though, not a camera)
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Old 03-11-2010, 09:39 AM   #6
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tiatool, Quite right, I was just thinking about how helmet cams often jump around in some videos I've watched.

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that is so kool but how would a newbie like me know if it is a good buy? Exp riders are the only ones who know.
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that is so kool but how would a newbie like me know if it is a good buy? Exp riders are the only ones who know.
I don't know if you are being serious but...

It has no real function. As stated before, it's an answer to an unasked question.
Instead of the drawbacks like distracting motions and possible sun/headlight issues, you could just turn your head.
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