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Interesting... I wonder if this would be distracting....
No more so than the bike's side mirrors, or the rear view mirror in a car...and a lot LESS than the college co-ed walking along the sidewalk in a halter top in summer time! (Just one example).

Back to the helmet: I like it. Wish I could afford one.
 

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No worries. Get on an Xbox, Playstation, or Wii and play some 1st person driving/racing games. You'll find the rear view is both easy to see/use, easy to MISS, and quite easy enough to simply ignore.
 

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Good one....but not really necessary as your mirrors are sufficent when properly used....:claps:
 

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Been around for many years. Not sure it's ever gotten to market.
 

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Would be nice to see the passengers face from time to time.
 

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I have a helmet mounted mirror on my bicycle helmet. it was easy to get use to but with mirrors on the bike I can't see a need for this
 

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I like it. And it doesn't seem to be all that expensive when compared to other Modular helmets. I think anything that increases a riders field of view is great.

I can see this one situation where this thing would beat side mirrors all to hell. Sitting at a red light. Whereas you might not be looking at your mirrors, you just might notice something coming at you a little to hot from behind with this thing on.

I'd be curious to see what effect it creates at night with headlights behind you. I can see that actually being a problem.
 

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In this video they are reporting upon a new helmet with a rearview display built into it.

 
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