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Tatametto Folding Safety Helmet – stay one step ahead of Chicken Little with this affordable head gear

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The world is a dangerous place, with falling objects lurking around every corner. As Wile E. Coyote has shown time and again, even walking down the street brings the risk of being flattened by an anvil, a piano, or a safe. But now you can protect yourself and your loved ones with a clever new product from Japan.

The stylish (!) and practical Tatametto range of folding safety helmets fit neatly in a drawer, on a hanger, or in a purse/briefcase. They snap open quickly and securely at the first sign of danger, protecting your precious noodle from peril. Once the threat has passed, the helmet folds up neatly again, ready to shelter your noggin on another day.

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The helmet is fully adjustable with a chin strap for added safety, and the ingenious design protects your head and neck, while leaving your ears free to hear important safety instructions. There’s even a whistle attached to the BCP model to help you get rescued.

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Friends and loved ones will love receiving one as a gift – perfect for a birthday, graduation, bar mitzvah, or any occasion where falling masonry may be a hazard to life and limb.

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Purchase yours now before it’s too late! This life saving device can be yours for just $80 USD plus shipping or 4,515 Yen directly from Japan. Isn’t your head worth it?

Chris is an avid geek and gamer, and loves all thing tech. He is a true gadget addict, and has worked for some of Seattle’s largest tech giants including Amazon.com and Microsoft. Reach him at twitter.com/Geekybloggy

Chris Parker – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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