HANS Device - Adjustable Series
The revolutionary Hans Adjustable offers an all new design for vastly superior comfort regardless of the driver or vehicle set-up. The Adjustable can be easily adapted to any driver's torso through a unique system that allows for adjustments in 5-degree increments from 10-40 degrees. No longer do you have to purchase your Hans Device based on seat-angle and torso fit - One device can be adjusted for just about any driver or car! The device is made by an injection molding process using a metal alloy for strength, and a fire-resistant nylon coating. Metal fasteners that employ Spiralock technology enable a driver to adjust the legs of the HANS to alter the angle of the collar in five-degree increments:
At 970 grams, the Adjustable is lighter then the original Sport model (1,100 grams). All Adjustable models feature Hans' Sliding Tether system, allowing a comfortable, fuller range of motion.
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• FIA 8858 Approved
• Device adjusts in 5 degree increments, from 10 to 40 degrees
• One model fits all types of race cars and seats
Note: Hans Anchors are available with or with-out backing plates. Many helmets are manufactured with a threaded, M6 insert bonded directly inside the helmet shell. If your helmet is equipped with this option, anchors are available without a backing plate for a slight savings in cost.
Free Hans Anchor Installation. Let OG-Racing install the Hans Device Anchors to your helmet! Select the option when ordering - if a helmet is also in your order, we will install the anchors to it. If not, we will contact you with instructions on how to ship your helmet to us!
Tools not included. Installation tools are not included with your device purchase. If needed, please select the option when ordering and they will be included at no extra charge. Click Here to Download the Hans Device Quick Start Guide and Installation Instructions.
Note: The width of the HANS Device is sized to fit your neck or shirt collar size comfortably. You may fit several sizes - comfort is the final deciding factor.
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