Copenhagen-based inventor, cartoon animator and LEGO design creative Zdenko Santini stood out at school for wearing a cycle helmet he had customised himself. After fellow pupils kept asking him to customise their helmets, Zdenko realised that children were much more willing to defy peer pressure and wear a cycle helmet if they liked the way it looked. Crazy Stuff children’s 3D moulded animal-shaped helmet is available in 10 designs, with matching accessories.
Zdenko’s dream of inventing something fun and cool stuff for children that helps keep them safe has come to life.
The helmets are fully tested and certified in Germany to meet British and European safety standard BS EN 1078:1997 and can be used for cycling, scooters, skateboarding and inline skating. They are size-adjustable by a dial and can be worn by children aged 3 to 8 years old, with 3 designs in pre-teen to adult sizes in the pipeline. To view the full range, go to
The 7th of December had lots of entrants, from all over the world! Thank you for participating and a for making the Little Scandinavian Advent Calendar 2011 so much fun!
The winner of 7th of December and one cool Crazy Stuff Helmet, Kirsty Baird -Congratulations!
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