Setting a new benchmark in road safety, Asia's leading helmet company Steelbird Hi-Tech Limited has launched its new helmet range SBA-20. Its starting price is Rs 1869.
Setting a new benchmark in road safety, Asia's leading helmet company Steelbird Hi-Tech Limited has launched its new helmet range SBA-20. The new helmet has been designed to enhance rider safety and address the serious problem of road accidents. The launch of SBA-20 reflects Steelbird's unwavering commitment towards innovation, quality and safe riding experience for people across the country. Many advanced features have been included in SBA-20 that make it different from others.
Constructed from high-impact thermoplastic material, the helmet ensures maximum protection with a sustainable and flexible shell. With BIS certification (IS4151:2015), the SBA-20 adheres to the highest safety standards mandated by the Bureau of Indian Standards. Its Dynamic Air Flow ventilation system guarantees maximum air flow, keeping riders cool during their journey, while the high-density EPS provides advanced shock absorption for enhanced safety.
Adding a touch of style and comfort, the SBA-20 features a replaceable and washable interior with wind deflector. A reflective part around the neck and surrounds improves visibility during night riding.
Which addresses an important aspect of road safety. Polycarbonate (PC) anti-scratch coated visor, available in smoke and chrome finish, ensures clear vision and safety.
The SBA-20 doesn't compromise on features, featuring a micrometric buckle for a secure and adjustable fit, a polycarbonate (PC) spoiler for a sporty look, an internal sun shield for added protection against glare, and a flip- Up design included. The aerodynamic design reduces wind resistance, increases stability, and the aggressive, sporty graphics add to a unique and attractive look. The starting price of SBA-20 is Rs 1869. Which goes up to Rs 2459. You can buy it in all sizes.
On the launch of this helmet, the company's MD Rajeev Kapoor said that according to the report of the World Health Organization, three lakh people are dying in road accidents every year in our country, but according to us, more than 10 lakh people die in road accidents because our Many states and districts in the country have no traffic police, and many road accidents go unreported. If we check the data with insurance companies, the data is overwhelming. Therefore, this is the need of the hour, and we do not want to leave any stone unturned.