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Best Helmets within a price range of ₹10k-₹15k

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  • Best Helmets within a price range of ₹10k-₹15k

    Requirements:

    1. Must have good aerodynamics and wind resistance at high speeds.

    2. Best in class protection and D rings

    3. Must not be “Made in China” even if the helmets are best in class.

    Thank you brothers!
    Last edited by xBhp; 06-03-2020, 05:27 PM.

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    Re: Best Helmets within a price range of ₹10k-₹15k

    Thread approved.

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      Re: Best Helmets within a price range of ₹10k-₹15k

      Hey Bro! I’m using HJC FG-ST ( price Rs 15999/-) from past 1 year and i must tell you that i’m totally impressed by it. In comparison to Bell Vortex that i was using earlier, this one has less weight, better noise proofing and the best part of it is the comfort. During my ride to Rider Mania lst year i was wearing it for 10-12 hrs still no pain in neck,ears. I totally recommend it if you are into Touring.

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        Re: Best Helmets within a price range of ₹10k-₹15k

        Originally posted by chandra2212 View Post
        Hey Bro! I’m using HJC FG-ST ( price Rs 15999/-) from past 1 year and i must tell you that i’m totally impressed by it. In comparison to Bell Vortex that i was using earlier, this one has less weight, better noise proofing and the best part of it is the comfort. During my ride to Rider Mania lst year i was wearing it for 10-12 hrs still no pain in neck,ears. I totally recommend it if you are into Touring.
        Thanks brother. I’ll check it out for sure.

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          Re: Best Helmets within a price range of ₹10k-₹15k

          Do check out MT helmet options available in the Atom series. They are modular helmets with good wind protection. D rings are not available. The helmet has an internal sun visor also. Thanks

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            Re: Best Helmets within a price range of ₹10k-₹15k

            Hi,

            In my opinion you can check High Note performance website. They will provide you helmet in your budget and you can also check out their helmets design. It is worth watching their website.

            They sell Bell helmets and Airoh helmets. You should check out and find a helmet that suits you well.

            Thank you

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              Re: Best Helmets within a price range of ₹10k-₹15k

              Originally posted by Arjun2019 View Post
              Requirements:

              1. Must have good aerodynamics and wind resistance at high speeds.

              2. Best in class protection and D rings

              3. Must not be “Made in China” even if the helmets are best in class.

              Thank you brothers!
              Check out bikegear.in. There is a gentleman by name Akash who is extremely helpful and will help you out with real world inputs as well.

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                Re: Best Helmets within a price range of ₹10k-₹15k

                Originally posted by Arjun2019 View Post
                Requirements:

                1. Must have good aerodynamics and wind resistance at high speeds.

                2. Best in class protection and D rings

                3. Must not be “Made in China” even if the helmets are best in class.

                Thank you brothers!
                Try the AGV K1. Some of the best protection out there. I've been using it for a while, and it's served me well so far. On the highways, the wind noise isn't too much. Good fit, and comes with Double-D rings (which is something I really want in helmets rather than just the clasp). And I don't think it's made in China (although I can't be too sure of it).
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                  Re: Best Helmets within a price range of ₹10k-₹15k

                  Originally posted by chandra2212 View Post
                  Hey Bro! I’m using HJC FG-ST ( price Rs 15999/-) from past 1 year and i must tell you that i’m totally impressed by it. In comparison to Bell Vortex that i was using earlier, this one has less weight, better noise proofing and the best part of it is the comfort. During my ride to Rider Mania lst year i was wearing it for 10-12 hrs still no pain in neck,ears. I totally recommend it if you are into Touring.

                  Hi am using an MT and wanna upgrade to HJC but worried about availability of spares especially the visor and it costs 3.2k vs 1.1k for the MT. Visor in MT goes off within a year and needs replacement. Does HJC also have this issue of visor getting spoiled soon. PS - i ride 150kms daily (80% NH and 20% city limits).Is it worthy to choose a CL 17 that costs 10k or the HJC model that cost 7k?
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