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Would you like to feel 95% safer when riding your bike? Alpinestars can offer exactly that in the form of the latest version of their advanced airbag system. The Tech-Air 5 airbag vest is slim and comfortable and can be worn under any jacket. You wouldn’t even notice that it’s there. No tether is needed. The system gets activated when zipped up and the magnetic flap is closed.

The electronic module includes 3 gyroscopes and 3 accelerometers designed to sense a potentially dangerous situation deploying an airbag less than in 40 ms. LED indicators allow for monitoring the system status. You can install the Tech-Air app into your smartphone and use Bluetooth connectivity to update the system and make it safer every time. The rechargeable Li-Ion battery allows for 30 hours of safe riding time.

Alpinestars® - Tech-Air 5 System Airbag Vest

• Autonomous airbag system with 6 integrated sensors
• Compatible with any motorcycle jacket
• Ensures outstanding upper body protection
• Inflation time: 20-40 ms
• Provides 95% decrease of impact force
• Covers shoulders, chest, ribs, and back
• Crash-detection algorithm is constantly improving
• Bluetooth connectivity to the Tech-Air app allows for firmware updates
• Gets active when zipped and the magnetic flap is closed
• LED display indicates operational status
• Rechargeable Li-ion battery provides 30 hours of riding time
• Magnetic micro USB charger included

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Seen these demonstrated on a few YouTube channels and they appear to be legit... bad news for me... with Alpinestars Euro fitting I have to lose about 40 lbs to get to a size to buy a jacket where this would work underneath (Old fatso here BARELY fits in his Dianese 64) but if your skinny I’d check it out BTW this looks to be a lot better than Dainese D-Air
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