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Nope!! Never seen anything like it. I think you'd know if your helmet was cracked or not, you head would probably be throbbing a little.:p
 

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Man they use these things on the outside of box shipments that require gentle handling.. Never seen it used for this before. LOLOL
 

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Nope!! Never seen anything like it. I think you'd know if your helmet was cracked or not, you head would probably be throbbing a little.:p
I love the title of this thread and had to comment similarly. ;)

I'd say eyes are a pretty good helmet damage sensor. When one no longer points in the same direction as the other it's a pretty good indicator of helmet damage. :lol:
 

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The Shok SpotR folks tell us that the device is calibrated for the weight of a helmet on a human head,
MMM, I fell off the bike and the helmet hit the ground, should I get a new helmet ....lol
 

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The Shok SpotR folks tell us that the device is calibrated for the weight of a helmet on a human head,
MMM, I fell off the bike and the helmet hit the ground, should I get a new helmet ....lol
Yeah it sounds like a gimmick too me. I've only seen these things on shipping boxes. I wonder if they make one for the human head? A paramedic could take one look and know if the cheese had slid off your cracker! :lol:

I would think a fall from a shelf for example would depend on what it hit and how high it was. I always thought as long as the shell wasn't damaged in a drop the helmet would be ok and in a wreck if the internal foam was compressed from an impact the helmet would need to be replaced.
 

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I have never heard about helmet damage sensors before. This is something new to me and I am glad you have posted the link. I’m looking forward to knowing more about the helmet damage sensors.
 
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