Take your child’s safety into your own hands

Whether you're body checking or hitting the boards, know when you were hit too hard.

Attach a Tozuda Head Impact Indicator to the back of your child’s helmet and be alerted if they need to have their head checked by a professional.

Don’t Wait for Your Child to be Another Statistic


have a head injury

Concussions are 3x more likely in youth hockey than youth football.

of all reported hockey injuries are concussions.

A large amount of hockey injuries are concussions, but concussions more often than not go unreported.

As a parent, are you doing everything you can to make sure your child is getting off the ice and evaluated after a significant hit?

Know When Your Child Has Been Hit Too Hard

Get peace of mind by getting objective information from Tozuda’s Head Impact Indicator.

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This device will turn from

clear to RED if the helmet

is hit with a significant force

Attaches to the back

of any helmet with ease

This device will turn from clear to RED if the helmet is hit with a significant force. It will NOT turn red unless the helmet is hit with enough force warranting the necessity to check the head of the athlete. All users have to remember is, “If it’s RED, check your head!

The product is available in settings for youth ages 8-14 and adults 14 and up. The product is sold in single units & two unit packs, as well as 12-, 24-, and 48-unit hard case team packs. Quantities of more than 48 units are available by contacting info@tozuda.com.

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Take the First Step Towards Head Impact Awareness

Built for on and off the ice, Tozuda’s Indicators make safety more objective and accessible. All you need to do is attach the indicator and watch for if it turns bright red; This alerts of a potential head injury.

1. Attach To Your Child’s Helmet

Each indicator is attached with top of the line double sided tape, making it easy to attach to any helmet. Our tape is also rated from -40°F to 200°F, so whatever temperatures your child is playing in, Tozuda has your back.

2. Watch for the Indicator to Go Off

Our indicators turn from clear to red when your child is hit with too much force. Our unique calibration method allows the indicator to withstand normal use and minor impact, while reacting when a force threshold is exceeded.

3.  Check Your Child’s Injury and Keep Them Safe

Tozuda’s Impact Indicators are designed to only indicate when a hit is potentially dangerous. So, if you see red, this signals your child should be evaluated by a medical professional before returning to the ice.

From One Hockey Parent to Another