Livall Bling BH60SE Smart Bike Helmet: Smart, Safe and More

Livall Bling BH60SE helmet
Image: Livall

To keep up with the ‘Smart’ trend of today, Livall has introduced Bling BH60SE smart helmet which provides you more than just safety.

The Bling BH60 is also a crash helmet. It is well constructed and well ventilated. It has a typical polycarbonate shell over compressed polystyrene. There’s a thick sweat/comfort pad, ratcheting size adjustment and well-spaced chin straps to avoid any ear chafing.

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The smart features are subtly integrated into the design and do not make the helmet look odd in any way.

Who’s this for?

  • Riders who want to chat on the phone while commuting to or from work
  • Group riders who want to chat with their walkie-talkie
  • Parents who want to know if their bike-riding child is safe
  • Riders who want to stay safe by signaling other drivers while keeping their hands on the handlebars
  • Riders who like listening to music
  • Riders who hate carrying a rear light
  • The rider who’s a navigator


Stay connected

The Windbreak Mic and Bluetooth Speaker enables you to answer or make phone calls when you need.

No need to yell to fellow riders

When you’re riding in a group, the Windbreak Mic and Bluetooth Speaker enables you to communicate with other riders in the group by walkie-talkie. Text messages sent through the LIVALL Riding App automatically gets converted into voice messages for riders that are in riding mode. No need to yell at each other.

Livall Bling BH60SE helmet
In the event of a crash, the helmet automatically sends SOS alerts to your emergency contacts immediately (Image: Livall)

Be safe

The colored LED tail lights at the back of the helmet serves as direction indicators. Furthermore, colored outline LEDs at the top of the helmet make it very easy for you to be spotted. The earlier others see you, the further danger is away from you.

SOS alerts

The 3-axis G-sensor in the helmet ensures that you get help in case you fall while cycling alone. Once the G-sensor senses a unusual gravity acceleration, the emergency signals on the helmet gets turned on and an SOS alert is sent to your emergency contacts automatically.

Enjoy some tunes

Built-in Bluetooth speakers allow you to listen to songs while riding. With the remote control, you can select/start/pause songs.

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Let others know where you’re going

Use the Bling Jet to control the colored LED tail-lights to blink like an indicator. Press the button ‘Left’ or ‘Right’ to make people behind you know which way you’re turning.

Cadence sensor

There’s a Nano Cadence Sensor located on your bike’s crankset hole; with this, the LIVALL riding app shows the cadence of your cycling, speed, traveled distance and burned calories. The app also shows altitude, slope rate, and heart rate.

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