O'Neal has mashed high tech BluetoothA(r) with street style in the introduction of the Element Fastrack helmet. The Element Fastrack helmet features BluetoothA(r) technology built into the helmet, making it possible to communicate between other BluetoothA(r) devices without the addition of bulky add-ons. The addition of BluetoothA(r) to the helmet allows the rider to connect with another BluetoothA(r) enabled rider for easy communication up to 30 feet away. This feature also allows the rider to listen to audio devices that are BluetoothA(r) enabled.
Communicating with others with the BLINC interface on the helmet is clear with the noise canceling microphone.
The BLINC communication device runs off a Lithium battery that keeps you talking for up to 4 hours with 100 hours of standby. Charging the battery only take 3 to 4 hours.
The Element Fastrack helmet is not all about technology. It has multiple inlet vents that have air volume controls while the rear of the helmet features exhaust ports.
Exceeded the DOT requirements with O'Neal's attention to safety.
The liner is removeable and washable.
A quick-release wind shield system is used making it easy to swap out with a tinted shield and for easy cleaning.
The BLINC BluetoothA(r) device is FCC approved to keep the Fed's off your back.