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Best helmet for 120usd

jacobpeacockjacobpeacock Posts: 66
edited June 2017 in Road buying advice
What's the best helmet I can be for 120 usd max. Aero or non aero thanks.

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  • What's the best helmet I can get for 120 usd max. Aero or non aero thanks.
  • Man Of LardMan Of Lard Posts: 903
    The one that fits *your* head and actually meets or exceeds the standard demanded by law.

    Since only you have a realistic chance of establishing the first, it's all moot.
  • cougiecougie Posts: 22,512
    They've all passed the tests. Comfort is key.
  • Man Of LardMan Of Lard Posts: 903
    cougie wrote:
    They've all passed the tests. Comfort is key.
    They all claim to have passed the tests... Would you like to put hand on heart and say that no changes have taken place in the manufacturing process since the certification? Or that the manufacturing partner hasn't taken an unauthorised shortcut?
  • cooldadcooldad Posts: 32,904
    You're obviously a glass half empty kind of guy.
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  • cougiecougie Posts: 22,512
    cougie wrote:
    They've all passed the tests. Comfort is key.
    They all claim to have passed the tests... Would you like to put hand on heart and say that no changes have taken place in the manufacturing process since the certification? Or that the manufacturing partner hasn't taken an unauthorised shortcut?

    Bizarre. What do you do to your helmets then? Test them yourself and glue back together ?

    I also assume that the pilots that fly me have passed their tests. I don't get onboard and start asking trick questions of them.
  • webboowebboo Posts: 3,049
    cougie wrote:
    They've all passed the tests. Comfort is key.
    They all claim to have passed the tests... Would you like to put hand on heart and say that no changes have taken place in the manufacturing process since the certification? Or that the manufacturing partner hasn't taken an unauthorised shortcut?
    It must be a nightmare when you go to the doc's wondering if he or she just downloaded those certificates off the internet and never bothered with any medical training.
  • imposter2.0imposter2.0 Posts: 11,001
    cougie wrote:
    They've all passed the tests. Comfort is key.
    They all claim to have passed the tests... Would you like to put hand on heart and say that no changes have taken place in the manufacturing process since the certification? Or that the manufacturing partner hasn't taken an unauthorised shortcut?

    WTF
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