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Bikers now have full rear view without taking their eyes off the road ahead

16 March 2011

Reevu, the global brand leader in rear view helmets, has launched the world's first motorbike helmet with a fully adjustable built-in rear-view mirror system which allows the wearer to clearly see what is behind them without having to turn their head. Reevu takes the protection offered by motorbike helmets and adds in a valuable safety feature - the ability to see exactly what is happening behind you without having to take your eyes off the road in front.

The new Reevu 2011 helmet has been developed following extensive market testing and incorporates features designed in response to customer demand. The fully adjustable optic system, in particular, was customer driven and can now be positioned to suit the wearer and provide a fully bespoke fit.

This innovative technology, invented by Reevu founder Graham Steele and developed by a UK based team of engineers, uses a set of bullet-proof coated optics.

The brand new 2011 model is lighter, stronger and less expensive than earlier designs. It has a far superior quality and finish. The company, based in the north east of England, has already received orders from around the world and the safety features of the helmet have already been credited with saving lives.

Reevu has its head office in Washington, Tyne-and-Wear and has manufacturing plants in Europe and Asia. The Company was established in 1999, and is represented in most international markets through exclusive distributors.

The launch of the Reevu helmet is the culmination of ten years of European research and development that has been privately funded by the business principals.

The recommended retail price of the new Reevu helmet is £249.

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