Valentino Rossi's lid designer launches helmet dryer
Aldo Drudi, the man behind Valentino Rossi's famous lid designs...Like this...
...has launched a helmet dryer! This awesome invention will help sanitize inside of any helmet, even after a sweaty track session, in just 20 minutes.
The dryer is constructed from anodized aluminium (a protective coating) to keep it light and sturdy, while a high performance fan is responsible for circulating the air into the lid.
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Before the air reaches the inside of the helmet it passes through an ionizer to reduce bad smells, germs, molds and bacteria.
Using ambient temperature to dry the helmets, Asuga say hot air could damage the linings, padding and shell of the helmet, but also because their dryer is powerful enough.
The dryer comes with a 100v to 240v power supply, so it works in the States, and is currently priced at €199.