Best Choice for Bluetooth Enabled
May 09, 2013(Lehi, UT)
Pros: Love the fit and style. Bluetooth setup to my Nexus phone and Nexus 7 tablet was easy. Battery life/charging is within standard. Con: Speakers need upgrade for-sure. Very tiny and hurts at high volume. More bass would increase usability above 50mph.
No 1-5 "Safety" option, but here it is anyway
Brandon R. -
October 26, 2012(Garland, TX)
3 weeks ago, I wrecked at 60mph on the highway. Landed on my back, don't recall anything during the accident; just before and when the EMS told me I should stop walking around because of the gash in my leg. This helmet saved my life. No head trauma, no concussion, nothing. The ER was stunned, as the helmet was destroyed... outer shell gone and inner shell breached. People have commented on the Bluetooth, sound quality. Trivial stuff, considering this helmet did its job, and did it well.
October 23, 2012(Harrisburg, PA)
This has form and function wrapped into one! Nice helmet.
Better than the V Com I returned
Brian K. -
October 17, 2012(North Augusta, SC)
Better sound quality then the Vega. Can hear at speeds of 70MPH. Only 1 button to feel for. Lots of vents. The color matches my White Downtown almost exactly. Very Light w/washable insert. Love the little flap in the front that blocks cold air from coming up your neck in the mornings. Went on a 4 hour trip and the battery life was strong. The Bad: NO Bass. There is no way to advance my MP3 music to the next sound without using voice commands. I miss the flip down Vega sun visor.
August 28, 2012(randolph , MA)
I like it very much, First helmet. Adjusted where speakers were. Moved for better sound when Over 50 mph because Air flow would takes over sound. Much better now. Otherwise very good helmet. Recommend to all!!!
not to bad
July 17, 2012(san diego, CA)
Helmet loosens up after 2-3 weeks but fits fine I ride at 65mph+ daily. Bluetooth works well with good battery life but lots of wind after 65mph great for music not so much for phone calls above 50mph. the two speakers help for sound but is illegal in some states not much bass in the sound though. Overall great for riding with music playing. pretty good air flow with all vents open. front face vent slips open a lot and button is hard to press for Bluetooth nose guard gets in the way sometimes
July 10, 2012(Saint Petersburg, FL)
Very comfortable and the air flow is great.
Made some adjustments
July 05, 2012(atlanta, GA)
Like the helmet but can't hear over 55 mph. Here's what I did to fix it. Now it's pretty decent. Unhooked right speaker (it unplugs on that side). Bought an adapter and plugged SkullCandy earbuds into it. Used Velcro to attach extra cord where speaker was. Adjust where about 4 inches of right side earbud only hangs out of helmet. Place the helmet on top of head...put in right earbud...slide helmet on while holding earbud in ear. I can hear great and conversations are fine.
July 05, 2012(Dundas, ON)
Just what I was looking for and easy to use
Good Concept, poor follow through
June 28, 2012(BROOMFIELD, CO)
Good looking helmet with good quality material, BUT it has crappy speakers, crappy air flow, and crappy wind reduction. For $300 I should not have to mod my helmet with higher quality speakers so I can hear at highway speeds. Come on O'neal, 3rd revision and you haven't figured that out?