LifeBEAM Smart Helmet with Integrated Heart Rate Monitor - Dual Connectivity White
|Price:||$175.00 - $250.99|
- Measures your heart rate, calories & performance
- Dual module with Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ connectivity
- Advanced optical sensor
- No chest strap required
- All weather compatibility
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From the manufacturer
The bio-sensing heart rate monitor is seamlessly built into your Smart Helmet.
Rain or shine, your Smart Helmet will stay connected in even the most extreme conditions.
Your LifeBEAM Smart Helmet connects with most mobile apps, running watches and computers.
Long lasting battery life allows you to stay charged longer and focus on your training.
LifeBEAM developed the world's most advanced technology that is seamlessly integrated into everyday wearables, to help people track and train at their peak performance with comfort & ease.
Sensors: Optical heart-rate sensor, 3-axis accelerometer
Min. readable heart rate: 30 BPM
Max. readable heart rate: 220 BPM
Operating temp: -5°C to 45°C (23°F to 113°F)
Battery Life: 15+ working hours
U.S safety certifications (CPSC)
- Helmet Weight: Medium ~280g, Large ~300g
- Computer and Sensor Weight: 40g (0.8 Ibs)
The LifeBEAM smart helmet does a lot of things. It monitors heart rate, counts your calories, gives you an accurate analysis of your performance and protects your head in case you fall. What it doesn't do is force you to use one app or measuring device over another. That means our unique bio-sensing helmet can pair with almost any fitness application or device that works for you.
Top customer reviews
Updated December 31, 2016: The HRM is now working only intermittently, and with highly variable and implausible readings. Therefore it's essentially useless now. Based on the poor customer service reported by others, I will not try to get a warranty repair. The helmet is comfortable to wear, though. When I switch back to a chest strap HRM, I get consistent readings once again on my Polar M450 bike computer.