A tactical ballistic helmet called the Ronin meets the American Level IIIA reservation level, withstanding hitting .44 Magnum pistol bullets. The helmet-mask is made of Kevlar panels with a polymer coating.
Ronin consists of two components - the front part and the helmet. Between themselves, they are connected with a powerful neodymium magnet with a maximum degree of magnetization (N50). If necessary, you can install mounts for various accessories on the Ronin.
Helmet mask lenses are made of polycarbonate and are removable. According to the developers, they are arranged in such a way as to provide a viewing angle in 160 degrees. At the same time, Devtac has provided anti-misting protection from the inside - a miniature air duct and fan system is integrated into the Ronin, providing full ventilation.
Devtac calls their creation the first fully closed ballistic helmet providing full Level IIIA protection and a high level of visibility. According to the developers, Ronin is already being tested in several units of the special forces, including the American SWAT, reports "Warspot"