Thank you for visiting Dick's Sporting Goods. If you need assistance with shopping on our site, please call us at 1-877-846-9997 and a customer care representative will be happy to assist you. Please inform the Customer Service representative that you require assistance.

Reebok Checklight Impact Indicator

$149.99
Reebok Checklight Impact Indicator - Dick's Sporting Goods
  • Show Enhanced
  • Free Shipping No Minimum Purchase!! Up to $15 Shipping Credit.
Check Store Availability

Usually ships in 1 - 2 business days.

Standard Ground Service Available (normally $6.99)

Product Information:

The Reebok® Checklight™ head impact indicator brings injury assessment treatment to the next level. This must-have for athletes who play contact sports alerts coaches, trainers and parents to the severity of impact. Sensors log and relay the severity of accelerated forces to the head that allow coaches, referees and other officials to quickly review the player's health status in the game.
FEATURES:

  • Reebok® head impact indicator
  • Alerts athletes, coaches, trainers and parents to severity of impact
  • High-tech sensors reflect direct accelerations to the head
  • Can we worn with or without a helmet
  • Comfortable and easy to use for any athletic activity
  • Logs total number of impacts recorded
  • *Checklight™ is not a concussion diagnostic tool - it provides an objective measurement of impact force and is designed to lead athletes on a pathway to assessment
  • Model: Z85846
  • Reebok

SIZE CHART:

Position tape measure about 1/2 inch to 1 inch above your eyebrows, approximately 1/2 inch to 1 inch above your ears, and just above the bump at the base of the back side of your head.
  • Circumference: smaller than 21 7/8" = S
  • Circumference: 21 7/8" - 22 5/8" = M
  • Circumference: 22 5/8" - 23" = L
  • Circumference: larger than 23 1/8"
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 24130496

Customer Reviews:

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by saved my kid from serious injury my kid got hit hard head to head and this may have saved his life. April 10, 2014
1-1 of 1