LIVALL Bling Is the First Smart Cycling Helmet

It is almost weird that this hasn’t been done before. While there have been attempts, no one has come close to what the new LIVALL Bling smart cycling helmet can do. It is the first smart helmet, but it is also a lot more. When you look at what you get, you’ll quickly notice why it already has been funded close to six times.

The campaign is running on Indiegogo where the goal was set to $20,000. At the time of writing, the campaign already raised $115.672 by 788 people, nearly six times the asked amount. Not only is it a great product with a very fair pricing, it’s also a product that is ready, all the way through. All that is needed now is the start-up money to get a mass production running.

So what is it that makes the LIVALL Bling helmet so smart. It comes with bright LEDs all over the top that make you stand out in traffic, both at day and night. You are the weak contender on the road and need the best safety. It has turn-signals, a 3-axis G-sensor, and Bluetooth connection for speakers and smartphone connection as well as a windbreak microphone. You can answer your phone or listen to music over this feature, and you can also use the built-in walkie-talkie function for a direct communication with your fellow riders that also use the helmet. The 3-axis G-sensor can detect when you’ve crashed and don’t get up again. It will start to flash the LEDs to signal passing folks of your presence as well as notify a previous set contact about your crash.

There are two more items, possibly three, that you’ll want to go along with your new smart cycling helmet. The first is the Bling Jet, a small controller meant to be mounted on the handlebar for easy finger control of everything.

The second is the LIVALL Nano Cadence Sensor, the smallest cadence sensor in the world. When coupled with the LIVALL Riding App on your smartphone, it can show speed, traveled distance and burned calories as well as slope rate, altitude, and heart rate when you connect designated extension devices to your phone. The third item you might want is the phone holder. It mounts easily on your handlebar just as the Jet does and can securely hold your phone while you ride. It also comes with a convenient 5000mAh battery pack for on-the-go charging or longer rides.

The LIVALL Riding App is where it all connects and allows you to control and manage everything. It looks like an awesome product that I have no doubt will get just as popular once launched to the masses as it was in the Indiegogo campaign. There are still 32 days to go, so time left to get your own LIVALL Bling helmet. All available packs, including the $100 early bird, are still available.

$15 Million iPhone? Smartphone Bling Doesn’t Come Cheap!

Diamonds and Gold, great for rings, perhaps even a tennis bracelet. Perhaps even your smart phone, really?

Stuart Hughes designs “Ultimate luxury tailored in the UK”. Designing beautiful mobile phones, iPads, Laptops, Cars, Yachts, and the list goes on.

Recently Stuart Hughes designed a new a new chassis for the new iPhone 5, that’s right, I said chassis. This wasn’t just a bulky case to put your new iPhone in, it is the iPhone itself. The chassis is solid gold coming out to 135 grams (nearly 5 ounces), the home button was replaced with a 26 carat black diamond, around the edge of the phone there are about 600 white diamonds, and the Apple logo on the back of the phone has 53 diamonds. Really a stunning piece of art. You might ask how much this new iPhone would set you back, and the answer is 15 million dollars US or 10 million pounds, either way that is a lot of money!

Some people are more interested in luxury than to worry about protecting their devices.

The Apple iPhone 5 currently retails from $199 for a 16GB to $399 for a 64GB. Either way I wouldn’t mind having one, though I might be worried about losing it or it getting stolen. Thieves become smarter, realizing that they could make a few bucks by stealing your cellular phone and selling it to an EcoATM kiosk. Thieves are able to turn your valuable phone into a quick and easy $250. Showing off some bling like this might make a thief try to steal your phone, or perhaps you for a nice little ransom.

According to Lookout Mobile Security over 2.5 Billon dollars worth of phones were lost or stolen worldwide in 2011 alone, that is roughly 1.5 billion pounds. People will sit their mobile device down, and forget it, or perhaps even drop it accidentally. A lot of people decide to purchase cases to protect their investment, with most people treating their cellular telephones as a lifeline, it is important that you keep it safe from unwanted damage.


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