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http://vimeo.com/61179198

Haha. Well, anyway- what a cool idea! A chin-strap-less full face helmet. Would take some getting used to but I think it's way cool!
 

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Weird but awesome!
 

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It should be just as safe as modular, and some of the modular helmets now have Snell certification. Thinking about it, a modular helmet is similar in that the front opens up. The difference is, I can drink my coffee while my modular is on! :D
 

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It should be just as safe as modular, and some of the modular helmets now have Snell certification. Thinking about it, a modular helmet is similar in that the front opens up. The difference is, I can drink my coffee while my modular is on! :D
I guess you are right. About drinking coffee part :)


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That looks really cool...wonder what the pricing is on them and how heavy they are...
 

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Looks like a pretty cool idea. I also wonder about the pricing.
 

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It should be just as safe as modular, and some of the modular helmets now have Snell certification. Thinking about it, a modular helmet is similar in that the front opens up. The difference is, I can drink my coffee while my modular is on! :D
That's the main reason I want a modular. I don't have any issues getting sunglasses on like other folks. My full face is comfortable. I never feel like I need more ventilation. BUT; I'd love to have a modular so I could flip it up and drink my coffee or water! I can do water with the full face, there's a technique to it, but it would be oh so easy with a flip up! haha.
 

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Can't see the video, at least from work, but I really like my modular helmet. I always wore a full face helmet as a kid, but the modular makes the sunshade thing easier. Or a quick drink at a red light or talk with a buddy about an up coming turn.
 

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I'd love to have a modular as well, that way I wouldn't have to worry about having to take off my full face at the gate when trying to get on base. I think I need to get my bike fixed though before I start buying new safty gear lol.
 
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