hit-air Wearble Airbag
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A New concept of motorcycle jacket
In the case of an emergency, "hit-air" works just like the fire extinguisher in your home. To ensue maximum effectiveness spend a few minutes to make sure you are familiar with the correct set up!
Be sure to check before using and after re-assembling the Hit-Air.
Safety Precautions
Operation and Structure
Key Box
Air Cushion
CO2 Gas Cartridge
Using "hit-air"
How to fix Coiled Wire
Re-assembling airbag (Key Box)
How to dismantle the airbag system
Attention after activation
How to Store
PDF Manuals/User's Guide
Safety Precautions
The Hit-Air will act as a buffer to absorb the shock of impact and reduce the risk of injury the rider who wears it. However, this does not imply or guarantee rider’s safety.

The "Hit-Air" jacket is to be used solely for a rider's safety when riding a motorcycle and not for any other purpose.

The "Hit-Air" jacket must fit well and be worn on the outside only.

Use the gas cartridge of the same size and contents as before when replacing and confirm that there are no holes or tears in its seal.

Do not take any parts of the Hit-Air apart.

Remove sharp on pointed objects such as pins or pens from the jacket with the Hit-Air or from the underwear before wearing. They may damage the air cushion before or at the time of the activation and prevent the function of the Hit-Air.

Keep open flames and cigarettes away from the jacket with the Hit-Air as holes or tears caused by them will prevent its function. Keep and use at temperatures below 40ºC/104°F. as the gas cartridge may burst at a high temperature.

Disconnect the Hit-Air from the “coiled wire” at the “one-touch release (connector)” before dismounting the motorcycle. Otherwise, it may cause an accidental activation.

Inspect the Hit-Air to determine if there is any damaged prior to wearing.
If there is any damage, consult with an authorized dealer.

To make sure the Hit-Air will function properly, take it to an authorized dealer for a maintenance check, once a year depending on frequency of use.
Keep the Hit-Air by hanging up on a coat hanger. Do not fold or lay anything on it. Avoid high temperature and high humidity.

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