The Invisible Bike Helmet

The Invisible Bike Helmet

Two swedes have developed an invisible bike helmet.

If you’re looking to give bike riding another chance, now that cars are becoming more insanely expensive to run every day, read on, because you will be pleasantly surprised that the ridiculous, uncomfortable and downright ugly bike helmets are now a thing of the past. 

Two Swedish industrial designers Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin came up with the concept whilst studying at the University of Lund in 2005. Eight years later, it’s finally on the market, and for a meagre $535 (a price we imagine will eventually come down once this genius invention becomes mass produced), you too can own one.

We’re not going to give away the design, but try and figure out how it works before you watch below.

If you feel inclined to put yourself on the waiting list for one, visit the ladies' WEBSITE.

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