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The Most Badass Motorcycle Helmet Ever Made Includes Rear Camera, Bluetooth

Pretend for a moment that money is no object. What would you include in your dream motorcycle helmet? Whatever you have in mind, it’s probably included in the Skully, a futuristic helmet that incorporates everything from a rear-facing camera to Bluetooth connectivity.

The Skully’s record-setting Indegogo campaign blew its original $250,000 funding goal out of the water with $2,268,207 already raised with just over a day left to go. Why? Because the helmet has everything: rear-facing camera, heads-up display, Bluetooth connectivity, GPS navigation, hands-free calling, speakers to listen to your favorite tunes and even a micro-controller running a customized version of Android. You can check these features out in action in this video:

Before your drool short-circuits your computer, it’s probably a good time to tell you that one of these bad boys will set you back $1,399 when they begin shipping next May.


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