BluArmor BluSnap2 helmet cooler launched at Rs 2,299

Ever heard of a helmet cooler? Yes, BluArmor, a Bangalore-based start-up has just announced its second-generation helmet cooler. The BluArmor BluSnap2 helmet cooler price in India is Rs 2,299 and can be booked on the company’s website. Shipping within India is free. Moreover, BluArmor will be using the existing dealer network of reputed helmet maker, Vega to market the BluSnap2 helmet cooler.

How does the BluArmor BluSnap2 work?

For starters, it attaches to your existing helmet. The new design offers a modular grill and the chin-mount is quick and easy to install and offers excellent high-speed stability. The product comes with extensions for best fit with your helmet. Moreover, it is claimed to be lighter than before. To put it into perspective, BluSnap2 offers 25 per cent better airflow thanks to improved flow dynamics and the new vent design. The dust-levels are on the rise in most cities, and BluSnap2 is very effective in these conditions. Cool air flowing into the helmet allows the riders to keep the visor down reducing the exposure to dust. On top of that, BluSnap2’s removable filter traps the residual dust particles.

Moreover, before riding, the rider has to remove the filter from the product, dip it in water for a minute and fit it back. A battery-operated fan sits inside the BluSnap2 and helps blow air into the helmet. This ensures that the temperature inside the helmet is at least 15-degree cooler than what it will be without the device. The BluSnap2 also acts like a defogger, thereby eliminating the need for anti-fogging visors.

The BluArmor BluSnap2 comes with a rechargeable battery pack that can be powered to deliver upto 10 hours of usage.

PK Sundararajan, CEO & founder, BluArmor commented, “We spent a lot of time talking to customers that used our first generation product, and that has helped us dramatically improve the user experience for BluSnap2. Early feedback has been terrific, and we expect to help a lot of riders keep a cool head on the road in the weeks and months to come. ”

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