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Eicma 2011: How To Demonstrate An Airbag Jacket

  Posted at 07:15:00 AM
  File under  EICMA Exhibitions Funny
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Milan, Italy

Here at Eicma, you see many manufacturers trying to sell their stuff. Motorcycles are easy to sell, but there's stuff out there that you need to push, and I really mean push...

One of the items that you need to convince people with a real demo, is the Airbag jacket. Usually what happens is that they put one on, and then pull the cord (if it's a wired jacket).

The jacket inflates in nano-seconds, and you've become the Michelin man. But this demonstrator went one step further.

Once he had pulled the cord that inflated the jacket, he took a baseball bat, and slammed it with all his force against the unsuspecting man's back. The man did not even flinch.... quite powerful for a demo. I just hope for the demonstrator's sake, someone doesn't take the bat away and hits him....

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