HeadSaver Scarf

Headscarf to fit HeadSaver

A Feminine Look

This stylish, feminine and discreet headscarf makes the HeadSaver as individual as you! 
The scarf has been specially designed to fit the HeadSaver Head Protector perfectly. It is elasticated and stitched in such a way as to keep it's shape and style. Available in pink and blue.

Accessories

An optional Velcro detachable chin strap with a standard adjustable bicycle helmet clip is also available if additional securing to the head is required.

Overview

 

HeadSavers are available for both male and females, designed to fit the lifestyles and specific needs of those who use them. HeadSavers are fully Velcro adjustable and come in 2 sizes to fit most people, and when placed on the head they offer a snug fit that holds the HeadSaver in place so that during a fall the HeadSaver will not come off the head. If additional securing to the wearers head is required an optional Velcro detachable chin strap with a standard adjustable bicycle helmet clip is available.

HeadSavers Internal Protective System is designed to help protect impact zones of the head which may be affected during a fall. HeadSavers protective qualities are attained through the use of a specially selected 20mm thick layer of non-toxic, high-density, EVA/PE closed cell foam which offers impact-absorption and shock-disbursing characteristics. Maximum wearer comfort is achieved with the use of a high-quality, soft, 100% cotton terry toweling covering the foam entirely resulting in the Basic HeadSaver model. Optionally a beanie or headscarf is then permanently attached over the top offering a one-piece, stylish, lightweight, comfortable head protector.

Also available as:

HeadSaver Beanie

HeadSaver Sun Hat

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ISO Standards Approval

Australian Standards have been developed to ensure equipment meets recognised safety and reliability criteria. To achieve this status, equipment must pass a series of tests in which it is put under difficult conditions that are designed to be similar to those that the child or adult may face when the equipment is used. For example, wheelchairs are tested for safhas gained Australian Standard acceptance, it provides a sense of satisfaction and reassurance that it is safe to be used and will do the job.

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