Once paired, users can check the headset’s battery power, set emergency contacts, and adjust the lighting mode. The device has a stereo speaker for music playback and hands-free calls. The helmet is equipped with LED lights on the front and back so that riders can see the cyclist. LEDs are paired with sensors that detect deceleration. If the cyclist slows down or turns, the helmet emits certain light signals.
The cost of the device is 799 yuan (about 9,000 rubles).