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PSB approved Full Face Helmets


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Looking for help to find a full face helmet which fulfills the following criteria:

1) PSB approved

2) Has built in sun visor (optional but preferred)

3) Relatively quiet

 

Currently I've only managed to find 1 model which fulfill the criteria, and that is the Scorpion EXO 1200 Air. But reviews say its kind of noisy.

 

Other FF helmets I found which are PSB approved without sun visors are the HJC CL-ST2, RPHA 10 plus and RPHA 11, but I ride facing the sun most of the time when I commute, so I would really prefer one with a sun visor.

 

Would anyone here be able to point me at other options?

 

Much appreciated!

 

EDIT: Found out the Shoei GT Air fulfills all 3 criteria. But would like to see other options as well

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i am using R-PHA ST, essentially an R-PHA 10 Plus with sun visor. PSB approved like all hjc from official distributor.

 

not sure if quiet enough. i dun find it any noisier than all the full faces i've worn in the past.

 

i like it because it is bloody light unlike other FF with sun visor.

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i am using R-PHA ST, essentially an R-PHA 10 Plus with sun visor. PSB approved like all hjc from official distributor.

 

not sure if quiet enough. i dun find it any noisier than all the full faces i've worn in the past.

 

i like it because it is bloody light unlike other FF with sun visor.

 

waaaaiiiiit... all HJCs from official distributor are PSB approved? Who is the official distributor?

 

When I asked Hodaka Motoworld, they said only the CL ST2, RPHA 10 plus and RPHA 11 have the PSB sticker.

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waaaaiiiiit... all HJCs from official distributor are PSB approved? Who is the official distributor?

 

When I asked Hodaka Motoworld, they said only the CL ST2, RPHA 10 plus and RPHA 11 have the PSB sticker.

 

that would be very odd because i just this minute had a look and confirmed that my r-pha st does indeed have the TUV sticker.

 

and i bought mine form hodaka motorworld obviously.

 

and while i cannot confirm the current situation, last i was there for helmet shopping (end of last year) the low end CL, mid-end FG and high end R-PHA all had TUV stickers.

 

if the situation has changed today then i wouldn know.

http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/280x200q90/689/siggyyy.jpghttp://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/280x200q90/203/hsmj.jpg

It's true: it's more fun to ride a slow bike fast than to ride a fast bike slow. Admittedly, though... It is MOST fun to ride a fast bike fast!

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that would be very odd because i just this minute had a look and confirmed that my r-pha st does indeed have the TUV sticker.

 

and i bought mine form hodaka motorworld obviously.

 

and while i cannot confirm the current situation, last i was there for helmet shopping (end of last year) the low end CL, mid-end FG and high end R-PHA all had TUV stickers.

 

if the situation has changed today then i wouldn know.

 

Hmmm... could be a case of the staff being mistaken then. I'll go down and take a look again one of these days then. Thanks! Hopefully that's the case.

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