Is this the stupidest helmet innovation...

Lonestar

Veteran
Where can I get one?
 

Sharky

Veteran
Location
Kent
I've yet to be convinced that a head cam is needed, but I can see when it is in a prominent place and visible to drivers it may make drivers think twice before making a close pass. A hidden camera wouldn't deter bad drivers.
 

Vantage

The dogs chew toy
but I can see when it is in a prominent place and visible to drivers it may make drivers think twice before making a close pass. A hidden camera wouldn't deter bad drivers.
Makes no difference whatsoever.
I've removed my cams as they just add weight but the rear one stuck up like a sore thumb on the rear rack and it had no effect at making drivers think twice about tailgating, close passing etc.
Might aswell have had a sign advising they'd need vaseline if they got any closer.
 

Lonestar

Veteran
I was going to sarcastically reshare:

But now I see it is vapourware,when you tunnel down deep enough

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mjr

Comfy armchair to one person & a plank to the next
Makes no difference whatsoever.
I've removed my cams as they just add weight but the rear one stuck up like a sore thumb on the rear rack and it had no effect at making drivers think twice about tailgating, close passing etc.
Might aswell have had a sign advising they'd need vaseline if they got any closer.
I've always been quite clear that the cameras are mainly for capturing the strange things I see (it's Norfolk) and road defects (potholes, stray branches and so on) so I don't have to get the camera out and just occasionally for after-the-fact evidence of bad driving (twice in about 8 years so far).
 
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