The Reebok Checklight Instantly Alerts Coaches About Head Injuri

By: Nicole Ballantyne-Choo - Published: Jul 23, 2013 • References: shop.reebok & uncrate
The Reebok Checklight can make a huge difference in the lives of athletes.

Athletes suffer a lot of head injuries, and if not detected early enough, these injuries can cause serious health issues. The Reebok Checklight is a head device that athletes wear during a game or practice to help coaches and medics keep an eye on how many times an athlete gets a hit to the head. On the back of the gear is a sensor that lights up when an athlete is hit. Based on the color of the lit-up sensor the coach can decide whether the player should stay in the game, keep an eye on them or remove them immediately. The sensor has a battery life of six hours. The benefit of the Checklight’s design is it can be worn with or without a helmet, allowing hockey and football players to take full advantage.

Parents of athletes will really appreciate the Reebok Checklight, because starting at age six kids can start wearing the device. Stats for Injury Detecting Athletic Helmets Trending: Older & Chilly
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