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Lazer Introduces Autofit Retention System for Childrens Helmets

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Lazer Helmets has just released their new Autofit system for kids helmets that makes helmet fit as simple as putting it on your head…a big plus as any parent will attest. It’ll be available on the 2011 P’nut and Nut’Z helmets, shown above.

FROM THE PRESS RELEASE: Based on the incredible Rollsys® system, but even easier to operate, the Autofit® system eliminates any need to manually adjust the helmet retention. As a fully integrated system, totally invisible from the outside of the helmet, the Autofit® system connects the rear basket and the front head belt of the retention system and puts a constant and even tension between these two components. To put the helmet on simply pull the rear basket and the head belt away from each other, put the helmet on your head and Autofit® system will automatically tighten itself around your head for an optimal fit each and every time!

This patent-pending technology of the Autofit® system is designed to provide an equal and constant pressure without discomfort. Regardless of head size or shape, Autofit® will adjust automatically and provide a secure yet comfortable fit.

The simplicity and easy operation of the Autofit® system makes it perfect for use in children’s helmets. The helmet will always have a perfect fit without the need for any additional adjustments. Parents will save time, energy and frustration while still providing safe and reliable head protection for their children. It’s a great combination and your child will look forward to wearing their Autofit® helmet on every ride!

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13 years ago

a good idea, similar to the bell/giro system. Not sure about the name of the 2nd helmet though

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