●Even before the airbag is fully inflated (in 0.25 second), it is quite
effective for shock buffering.
●As soon as the rider is thrown from the motorcycle, the airbag inflates and protects rider's neck,back, chest, sides and hip.
●Hit-air is rider's wear containing shoulder, elbow and back padding (back
padding is only for vests) and airbag system.
●Shock-buffering protection system will be activated immediately after
the distance from the rider to the motorcycle exceeds the “activation distance”,
when the key ball is pulled out from the key box to release CO2 gas into the neck, chest, body, back and hip airbags to inflate them in
0.25 second for lessening the effect of impact on rider's body.
●After the airbag is inflated in full, it leaks the gas slowly through
the gas release valve and a feeling of tightness will subside gradually.
Off the motorcycle, it's great as an
ordinary jacket. On the motorcycle, a simple "click" provides the rider with the
protection of the latest safety technology. A coiled wire, which is secured to
the motorcycle, is fastened to the jacket's "one-touch release" button to form a
system, which will activate the "Hit Air" system when needed. Let's see how easy
it is to use!
If the "one-touch release" is not
unfastened before the rider dismounts, a scooter or light motorcycle may be
pulled over. If the rider is attached to a heavy bike a strong tug will act as a
reminder. Failure to heed this reminder may cause the "Hit Air" to inflate
unnecessarily. A force of more than 25kgs (55 lbs.) is needed to activate the