Sine Thesis absorbs daylight and converts into light

MET lid absorbs daylight to offer 2 hours of after dark visibility

MET has revealed a new addition to its commuter catalogue with the daylight absorbing Sine Thesis.

Capturing light during daytime and delivering two hours of added visibility at night, the Sine Thesis is the first of its kind to use luminescent material injected into the ‘Ice Lite’ Exoskeleton, cam divider and size adjuster.

Once that added illumination fades, a USB charged rear LED can be switched on, found at the dial retention system. With 6 tiny LEDs packed in and 500 metre visibility, this might be something you’d want turned on anyway.

The bold claims don’t stop there. With just 20 per cent of the helmet in direct contact with the head, MET are laying claim to this being the ‘most ventilated’ on the market.

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