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The Impact Diverting Helmet System
Jenkintown, PA (PRWEB) July 05, 2014
American entrepreneur Calvin Millwood has developed an innovative helmet called The Preventer that could potentially save hundreds of lives and prevent life-threatening injuries.
Described as a helmet within a helmet, The Preventer was created to protect professional athletes, sports enthusiasts and children from dangerous and sometimes fatal concussions. Millwood has created a prototype of the wonder device, and recently launched a campaign on the crowdfunding site, Indiegogo, to raise money to start production.
Different football helmets, even the best and the most expensive ones, are made in a way which does not protect the player, and is responsible for the concussions and head injuries from falls and collisions, Millwood explained. The aim and vision is to protect the professional players heads as well as those of school children, who suffer from brain and head injuries every year.
The Preventer helmet is stylish, light, and totally prevents the injury and pain and by absorbing the force of the impact. The helmet is constructed with eleven layers of protection that block the force of the collision and absorbs the damaging energy from the instance of violent impact to the head.
Using famed physicist Isaac Newtons third law as the basis of his research, Millwood has spent the last five years and thousands of dollars of his own funds developing the revolutionary device that would lead to the prevention of concussions.
Millwoods advertising campaign on the Indiegogo platform will help realize his dream to begin to manufacture The Preventer helmets, and significantly reduce the incidence of injuries from these types of collisions.
Get more information: http://igg.me/at/thepreventer/x/8010988.
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