I was kidding. But I also would hate to have that jewelry in my face while I'm putting on or taking off a helmet.I'm wit akaMOMO, the nose ring and the blue hair convinced me that prolly the Skully was zacally what I need. Shirley you jest about sumthin shorting.
Don't get me wrong, I gave 3 GPS units in my phone plus one hard wired on the bars, a 2 way radio with a push to talk button going to a 5 watt HAM radio that goes to a Bluetooth unit on my helmet along with another intercom built into the Bluetooth helmet device so I'm not against the technology. I just think that spending that much on a helmet that has little crash and safety miles under its belt is a bit questionable. I can just as easily listen to the voice guidance through my headphones as well as use an intercom system that will go miles instead of feet. And if I want to look down to look at the screen I can. I don't need a helmet that may not be upgradable in the future and after a few years when it wears out I will need to spend another $1200 to replace.
Tell me more about the safety testing, sound level, airflow and other basic features of the helmet and I may be more enthused. In the meantime the video just showed me casual motorcycle riders who are more interested in the technology than the performance of the helmet. Heck, I don't even think many of those people even wear helmets from what they were saying.
And my rear view camera is my mirrors. They have never failed me in 30 years of riding.