Bike Radar details the Blade and Magma helmets, new from Lazer for 2015!
The Blade road helmet features 22 vents and weighs a claimed 240g in a size medium. Carried down from the Z1 is the Advanced Rollsys retention system, which sees a nylon band wrap around the wearer's head. The helmet’s fit is symmetrically adjusted through the adjustable ‘head basket’ by a thumbwheel on top of the helmet.
The Blade also inherits the new ‘strap divider system’ (SSD) from the Z1, something we’re fans of. A clip-on aeroshell is also rumoured to be in the works.
The Magma is Lazer’s new mid-range mountain bike helmet and appears to be the Blade with the addition of a lightweight integrated visor. It too has a lot of the same features as the Z1. The Magma has a claimed weight of 250g.
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It’s usually pretty easy to get excited about top tier products. The cream of the crop offers all the latest features, the least weight, and biggest performance factor. Unfortunately, those products usually include an equally impressive price tag keeping them out of the reach of many consumers.
That’s why products like Lazer’s new Blade and Magma helmets are so important. Packed with impressive features and weights generally found on more pricey lids, Lazer’s new Premium Budget helmets provide a lot of bang for your buck.
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An optical sensor about the size of a peanut detects pulsing blood in your forehead and sends a signal to a transmitter at the back of the helmet. The small sensor is embedded in the helmet’s padding (you won’t even detect its presence). Just turn the sensor on, put the helmet on and have your device search for the signal.
Team kit is an integral part of that, and to that end British Cycling have teamed up with Belgian helmet manufacturer Lazer. On the continent, Lazer are renowned as a innovative and nimble producer of high-end helmets. They are also the worlds oldest helmet manufacturer still in activity, all of which makes them an ideal company to partner with the science focused British outfit.
Read more about the partnership between British Cycling and Lazer at Eurosport.com!