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Update - since ForMotorbikes met with Vozz last year, they've made some upgrades to the helmet and are currently in the process of appointing a UK distributor. We expect the ECE approved helmets to be available in the UK from April/May 2017 and anticipate that the price of the Vozz RS 1.0 in the UK will be between £400 and £500. We'll keep you posted on the latest information as soon as it's available and they'll be available to buy at ForMotorbikes as soon as they're launched in the UK. We've tried on the helmet and it feels like nothing we've ever previously worn. It's remarkably comfortable and envelopes your head to a much greater extent than traditional helmets.

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What do you think of the Vozz RS 1.0? Use the form at the bottom of the page to give us your opinion!


Vozz helmets are a revolutionary new motorcycle helmet. With a hinged shell, the Vozz RS 1.0 removes the need for a chin strap and changes the way you put on, and remove, a motorcycle helmet. The Vozz RS 1.0 helmet will be ECE 22/05 and DOT approved from April 2017 and ForMotorbikes are already in talks with their Australian manufacturers to bring this innovative new helmet to the UK. The price in Australian Dollars is 888 and the price in the UK is anticipated to be around the £400 to £500 mark. We'd like to know what you think about this new helmet. Put your thoughts in the form below and we'll publish them. How do you feel about this new innovation? Us bikers have been used to putting on and talking off our helmets in the same way for decades. Do you welcome this new method? How do you feel about not needing a chin strap? What about the price? Despite having been crash tested and given ECE approval, do you still have safety concerns?

We'd love to know what you think, so drop us a line using the form at the bottom of the page. In the meantime, a little more info about the helmet. Vozz uses the SRS, the Safety Release System, to help medical staff with a quick and less intrusive way of removing the helmet in the event of an accident. By pressing two buttons, one on either side of the helmet, the helmet unhinges and can be removed from the rider's head. No need to squeeze through a small hole at the bottom of the helmet, it hinges open to allow for simple removal.

Vozz helmets give a very comfortable fit, thanks to the hinged entry system. The helmet has an adjustable chin cup, where you're typically used to finding a chin curtain. This cup needs only setting once, to fit your head size, then you simply push the helmet closed and that's it. No more chin straps, the way the helmet fits right under your chin, it doesn't need one. It's a much more enveloped fit than underneath a traditional helmet, which also reduces the amount of wind entering the helmet from below, reducing noise and increasing comfort levels. There's also no more ear folding, as you needn't squeeze your head into the helmet from below.

The Vozz RS 1.0 uses three different shell sizes and three different EPS layers (that's the energy absorbing layer directly beneath the shell), to provide six different helmet sizes, from XS to XXL (53 to 63cm head measurement). It's available in eight different colours, matte black, gloss black, white, red, orange, green, blue and silver. The Vozz helmet is definitely different, but here at ForMotorbikes, we welcome it to the market. It may not be everyone's cup of tea and the absence of a chin strap will be strange for some, but we think that such innovations are only a good thing for motorcyclists. Be sure to let us know what you think, we'd love to hear your thoughts.

On the initial announcement of the helmet, some people were confused as to how the helmet is removed in the case of an accident. That's one of the strengths of the Vozz RS 1.0, it can simply be unhinged by pressing the two buttons on the sides of the helmet. However, if a rider experiences an accident where paramedics think that their head absolutely cannot be moved, such as needing to protect damage to their spine, they can choose to completely separate the two halves of the helmet, via a screw driver. Normally, the helmet hinges open to remove it, but if the two halves of the helmet are unscrewed, paramedics have an even better chance of removing the helmet without moving the patient's head. If the emergency personnel can't work out how to do it, there's even a QR code on the helmet which takes them straight to instructions for dismantling the helmet. We think it's a nice touch.

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