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Higher end ones do not use tethers but sensors instead. Much like a six axis system on some motorcycles.GliderJohn
Honestly if you're that worried about it take the car.
Great discussion so far. I'm still on the fence on these, but leaning towards the newest version of the Dainese or Klim untethered models rather than ones with a tether. I will likely only use it on longer multi day trips, and know how dumb and forgetful I am. I have the muscle memory and autonomous actions ingrained and know the 'accidental' deployments would make me miserable. Seems I have no space in my scrambled grey matter for new TTP's.
I'm not an ATGATT type (yet), but I also don't think that this is a good response to those looking to enjoy the benefits of motorcycling while being as safe as they wish to be. We can look at T.E. Lawrence and the progression of the helmet, armour, et al for reference. If you want to be a squid, be a squid. If you want to surround yourself in a bouncy ball of safety, do that. Let folks enjoy motorcycling to the level of safety they wish.
Oh yeah sure but where does it end and at what point do those of us who choose not to use this gear get chastised by those who do. Its already started actually. Endless discussions condemning those who don't wrap themselves up in 1.5mm CE approved leather suits of armour have become the enemies of biking.
Here is a review of motorcycle airbagshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2jZryt607U
Wonder if it would deploy in a slip and fall situation...
Has anyone used or have any insight into the effectiveness and quality of the 'cheap' tethered vests? Certainly a $120 vest will not be as good as a $500 one but is it even close?This one received similar scores and reviews to the Hit Air at 25% the cost: https://www.amazon.com/Motorcycle-Professional-Advanced-motocross-protective/dp/B082RRMGXC/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=airbag%2Bvest&qid=1624911844&sr=8-3&th=1
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