ICEdot helmet calls emergency in case of accident

On October 2, 2012, in Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

Cycling is always fun, but if you’re cycling, you’ll need a special equipment, such as helmet to keep you safe, and speaking of which, today we have a device that might make your cycling sessions a bit more safe.


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