When the slopes call, winter sports enthusiasts can reach high speeds on skis or snowboards. With the fun of driving but usually the risk of accidents increases. to protect your head in case of a crash, a helmet is part of your basic equipment. In the livall RS1 ski helmet test check, we present a special model that also provides more safety in other ways. We explain which smart functions distinguish the livall ski helmet.
- Melanie baumann
- Conclusion on the livall RS1 ski helmet with app function
- Smart livall RS1 ski helmet in test check- protection and comfort
- Livall RS1 helmet for skiing and snowboarding- telephony& entertainment
- RS1 livall ski and snowboard helmet- important tests and ratings
- Livall RS1 ski helmet technical data
conclusion to the livall RS1 ski helmet with app function
helmets are not compulsory in most ski areas, and if they are, they are usually only compulsory for skiers up to 16 years of age. However, adults should also protect their heads from serious injuries when skiing or snowboarding. This works very well with the smart livall RS1 ski helmet. Thanks to integrated bluetooth, users can also connect their smartphone to the helmet.
The advantage: the distraction factor smartphone stays in the pocket and users can call friends directly at the touch of a button on the helmet thanks to the integrated microphone and speakers on the ear pads for easy communication. In addition, a fall detection system sends an SMS with location to stored contacts in case of emergency. The livall RS1 ski helmet is therefore the right choice for winter sports enthusiasts who want to play it safe in more ways than one.
Advantages of the livall RS1 ski helmet
Disadvantages of the livall RS1 ski helmet
- High security
- Bluetooth compatible
- Smartphone stays in the pocket
- Crash detection
- SOS function
- Walkie-talkie function
- Good battery life
- SOS function only helpful with network connection
- Not compatible with all ski goggles
Smart livall RS1 ski helmet in test check- protection and comfort
at first glance, the livall RS1 ski helmet looks like a conventional helmet for winter sports enthusiasts. The helmet is available in a light and a dark version. The outer shell is made of strong plastic to provide adequate protection in the event of a fall. If it gets a little warmer on the descent, numerous ventilation openings ensure a cool head. The chin strap is made of soft material and is easily adjustable. The helmet can also be individually adjusted to a head circumference of between 57 and 61 centimeters with the help of a turning wheel on the rear side.
There is a large button on an ear pad that indicates technical functions. The ear cushions have integrated speakers and a microphone. The livall RS1 ski helmet is bluetooth compatible and can therefore be connected to the smartphone. So that users z. B. friends can call, all they have to do is press a button. Fall detection has also been integrated in the form of sensors. A built-in 1.000 mah battery lasts up to 16 hours- in stand-by even up to 24 hours. Charging is done via USB cable and takes up to two hours.
Livall RS1 helmet for skiing and snowboarding- telephony& entertainment
First and foremost, the livall RS1 ski and snowboard helmet protects the head in the event of a severe fall. But thanks to its smart functions and compatibility with the smartphone, users also save cold hands. Finally, you can contact friends directly at the touch of a button and don’t have to reach for your smartphone, which can stay in your pocket instead. The button on the helmet is easy to use, even with gloves, unlike the touch display on a cell phone. Since the livall RS1 ski helmet is permanently connected to the smartphone via bluetooth, users are informed about a loss as soon as the connection is interrupted. Practical: If the smartphone falls out of the backpack, for example, users are immediately alerted via the helmet and can collect it again in good time.
Other special features of the livall RS1 ski helmet are:
Musicthe integrated speakers can be used as a kind of bluetooth headset in addition to phone calls. Connected to the smartphone, songs can be played and great moments in the snow can be enjoyed with the matching soundtack. For safety reasons, we advise users to set the music only loud enough so that they can still hear the surrounding noise on the ski slope.
SOS functionEven experienced skiers and snowboarders are not immune to falls and accidents on the slopes. Fortunately, livall’s RS1 ski helmet has integrated sensors that detect an impact independently. An integrated SOS function then automatically sends an SMS to a previously stored contact and communicates the geodata of the accident location. Emergency contacts can then initiate the next necessary steps.
Walkie-talkie functionSeveral livall RS1 helmets can optionally be connected directly via the LIVALL app (android | ios). This is handy among friends, for example, to be able to organize a meeting place. But this function is also helpful if, for example, a ski instructor needs to communicate with a group permanently and easily. It is enough to press the button on the helmet to remove the. If you also want to go off-piste, i.e. "freeride", you can use your smartphone can also take advantage of the walkie-talkie function to stay in touch with passengers and, if necessary, to make calls. üTo inform about dangerous ways.
RS1 livall ski and snowboard helmet- important tests and ratings
In tests, the livall RS1 ski helmet scored particularly well with its smart functions.