The world's first smart cycling helmet that integrates communications, music, and smart lighting for the ultimate in safe biking.


The LIVALL helmet provides cyclists with a safer and more enjoyable experience. It features 80 LED lights on the top and back of the helmet for better visibility and LED tail lights that show turning signals with a touch of a single finger on the included Bling Jet Remote Control, which is easily installed on the bike's handle bars. Unlike traditional helmets, this helmet not only protects the rider from getting hurt, but also sends out automatic SOS alerts to emergency contacts via the Riding App when the built-in 3-Axis Gravity Sensor detects a strike. 

Featuring built-in Hi-Fi Bluetooth speakers and a microphone, the helmet enables cyclists to make and answer phone calls to safely stay connected on the road. The helmet also includes an internal power bank battery so there's no need to worry about the phone running out of power during the ride.To communicate during group riding, they developed a Walkie-Talkie function to make it easier for cycling teams to communicate with each other and also converts text messages to voice – no more yelling. 

Utilizing the Nano Cadence Sensor, the smallest single unit cadence sensor in the world, the Riding App perfectly syncs with other smart wearable devices, like smartwatches or pedometers, providing data that helps cyclists improve performance, which they can then share on social media sites. 

The LIVALL team has completed R&D and the production trial in March 2015. In May, app beta testing and R&D of the overseas version were completed. Bling Helmet is currently on the crowdfunding site Indiegogo, where it is already 568% funded, having already raised over $111,000 in just 11 days with 35 days to go.

Aug. 17, 2015 Living photo: Livall

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