Side Swipe (Robbins )
Overall quality is good. The blue does more like a purple when the light shines on it (I don't mind so much). Changing the shield is a little difficult at first, but once you understand the process it shouldn't take that much time on the next go. If you ride at night with this shield, make sure you have some really good headlights since it's a little on the dark side.
Lilmonster (SAN JOSE )
This one goes great with my Rossi Donkey. Love the clarity and field of vision is fine. Not to bad at night as long as you're riding in decently lit areas. Not so good up in the mountains where lighting isn't the same as the city.
Frank (Seattle )
The NT-200 has such great coverage, (much more than a 3/4 helmet with a 5-snap shield), that with this mirror finish you need no sunscreen at all. No more sunburned face with two white eye sockets! However, they've foolishly mirrored the entire shield including the pivot tabs, so that you cannot see the mounting holes. Installation is fiddly enough with the clear shield; with this one it's all wiggle and hope.
Michael (Pacific Grove )
Love the visor… Easiest to mount of all my helmet visors. Recommend the Bell Helmet and upgraded visor highly.
Randall (Renton )
When I received my Z1R Ace Helmet I had ordered it in a size small, however, it seemed too big. So I ordered the size XS liner to see if it would fit better. Sure enough, it fits perfect now. Only complaint I have was how the front snaps lined up. I would think it would be the same as the size small, but it was slightly off enough to cause one snap to not stay put. A little epoxy glue cured that. I'm very happy with it.
Alex (Tacoma )
I have 3 Scorpion EXO-400 Helmets. I've been monitoring this site for years waiting for these to go on sale. Decent shield but 50.00 bucks a shield is excessive. That's a third of the price of the helmet, and you have to baby the shield to keep it scratch free. When they went on sale I bought two cause I've needed a new one for a couple of years.