The new Hamon rectifier looks like a small round tube that sits between the bowl and the top of the helmet.
The helmet is covered with a plastic layer that will prevent the bowl from touching the ground and the plating of the rhododendron.
The Hammon was developed by a consortium led by the Swiss company Hammon and has been developed in conjunction with the German company Rhinovus.
It has a lifespan of 10 years.
This is the same technology that is being used to make the new R-13 helmet, a helmet that was introduced to the sport in 2016 and has already won many sporting awards.
We had a very close collaboration with Rhinovev and the whole team worked together with the design of the new helmet.
The new helmet, which was developed in collaboration with the company, is based on the design that the original helmet had.
The team worked closely with the Rhinovesk team, which is also responsible for the original helmets, to understand the potential of the existing helmet.
This allows for the performance of the system and also allows us to introduce new technology to the field.
We will be able to provide new helmets to the world as well as developing innovative new products for the sport.