Kao Eco-Lab Museum (Kao Corporation)
Kao corporation prepared helmets together for their museum visitors just in case earthquake disasters. This time, they introduced our “mamoris” to further enhance safety and placed several places in the museum as rest chairs or chairs for working table. Thereby, “mamoris“ enabled visitors to escape immediately wearing it’s helmet that they are sitting. We are pleased our “mamoris” was adopted such great action that consider to the customer safety and security the highest priority.
Kounan ward government office (Yokohama City)
Yokohama city introduced our “mamoris” to the ward office that unspecified number of customer visit for disaster prevention. When an earthquake occurs, customers who are sitting at service counter are able to escape immediately with wearing helmet due to each “mamoris” chair has helmet for each person. Kounan ward government office conducts the disaster drill periodically and they actually wear “mamoris” helmet every time after introducing. It’s our pleasure “mamoris” is spread widely in such a public facility.
What’s mamoris ？
The mamoris is an emergency helmet that doubles as a chair's backrest. The dual-purpose design saves the trouble of finding a place to store the helmet. Its unique shape is the advantage of the mamoris as a helmet covering not only the head but also the neck and back area.
The helmet under the seat.
“mamoris”chair incorporated the function of a helmet for disaster prevention. It is indispensable to your everyday life, and stands by near you for an emergency.
・Size: W 463mm x D 520mm x H 740mm (seat height 435mm )
・Total weight: Around 4.0kg (helmet weight 1.15kg)
・Materials: Helmet, backrest and seat are made of ABS resin. Leg part is made of stainless steel pipe.
・Warranty: One-year limited warranty from the date of original purchase. (Japan Only)
・Color: White (We can produce any color you need with minimum order of 300 units.)
・The strength of the chair: The chair satisfies the criteria of strength and durability when those tests were conducted along the backrest and the seat surface based on Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS S 1203:1988).
・The strength of the helmet: The helmet passed the Type Examination of safety helmet for 'flying and falling objects‘ by Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, JAPAN
・Patent Number : 6344542
・Trademark registration number : 5654989
・Made in Japan: Sanjo city, Niigata prefecture - manufacturing town in Japan.
■ Don't need storage space: It is not necessary to prepare new storage space by setting the helmet under the seat. And you can use the helmet immediately when a disaster such as earthquake occurs.
■ Prepare for disasters naturally in the daily life: You can have peace of mind in the daily life by using "mamoris" that isn't looked like disaster prevention product and satisfies not only functional but also design.
■ Wide protection: The emergency helmet has been integrated into the back of a chair. It can cover not only the head but also the neck and back area when evacuees bend forward to escape.
■ Easy-to-handle: Anyone can use “mamoris” easily in a series of actions of "turn", "detach" and "wear".
Q. How about the strength of the helmet ?
A. The helmet passed the Type Examination of safety helmet for 'flying and falling objects' by Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, JAPAN.
1. Shock absorption test 2. Penetration test
Q. How about the strength of the chair ?
A. The chair satisfies the criteria of strength and durability when those tests were conducted along the backrest and the seat surface based on Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS S 1203:1988).
1. JIS S 1203: 1998 / Furniture−Chairs and stools−Determination of strength and durability 7.2 Static strength test of the backrest
2. JIS S 1203: 1998 / Furniture−Chairs and stools−Determination of strength and durability 7.11 Shock absorption test of the backrest
3. JIS S 1203: 1998 / Furniture−Chairs and stools−Determination of strength and durability 7.6 Durability test of the backrest
4. JIS S 1203: 1998 / Furniture−Chairs and stools−Determination of strength and durability 7.10 Shock absorption test of the seat surface
Q. When to replace a helmet ?
A. The service life on our helmets is three years for general use. We plan to provide a helmet in which only a helmet itself can be replaced.
Q. Can I try mamoris before purchasing ?
A. We offer free trial for corporations. (Free trial are currently not available for individual customers.)
Q. How do I purchase mamoris ?
A. You can purchase mamoris from our Online Store, or Amazon Japan. If you would like to purchase mamoris from outside Japan, please send us your inquiries by filling out contact form.