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Old 04-10-2015, 10:03 AM   #1
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AGV's solution takes a different route, using an electrochromatic lens inside the faceshield which can be toggled between tinted and clear. The new faceshield is called the AGVisor and it was announced at Switzerland's annual motorcycle show, SWISS-MOTO, last week. The system takes two hours to fully charge and lasts 12 hours in tint mode and 50 hours in clear. It has a failsafe built in so the visor turns clear when the battery runs out of juice.
The AGVisor will be available for the new GT Veloce, Pista, and Corsa upon launch and, while we don't have pricing yet, an AGV rep did confirm this will be making its way to the U.S. market. European pricing is set at €200 (about $222).
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Old 04-10-2015, 10:06 AM   #2
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Didn't read the article, does it use solar panels to keep it charged? That would be cool, maybe could even do away with batteries if current draw isn't to high.
As long as sun is shining, face shield could be tinted.
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Didn't read the article, does it use solar panels to keep it charged? That would be cool, maybe could even do away with batteries if current draw isn't to high.
As long as sun is shining, face shield could be tinted.
Nope. It uses a rechargeable battery with a fail safe built in to go clear when the battery dies.
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Sweet! Fits my helmet too! Although I'd like to see clear, medium, and dark modes.
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Gay, I saw LCD so I though it was going to be like a heads up display for speed and stuff... Still pretty cool tho.
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Now we need other companies to start doing this and drive down the cost.
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