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Bell locked their R&D team in the laboratory and did not let them out until they had taken the Revolver helmet and turned it into a truly class leading modular worthy of the Bell name. When the engineering team finally emerged, the result was the Bell Revolver EVO. With improved features like a redesigned eyeport seal to reduce wind noise and an improved flip down sun shade, the Revolver EVO has truly taken Bell modular helmets to the next level in rider comfort and performance. 


  • Internal Sun Shade offers “on the fly” protection from the sun without having to stop and change face shields
  • Velocity Flow ventilation system with FlowAdjust for maximum ventilation and temperature control
  • Lightweight composite polycarbonate alloy shell
  • 2 shell sizes
    • MD: XS and SM Helmets
    • LG: MD, LG, XL and 2XL Helmets
  • Super stable aerodynamic signature resists buffeting and lift
  • Integrated speaker pockets for audio speakers
  • Contour Cut Cheekpads for superior fit and comfort
  • ClickRelease for the fastest, easiest, tool-free shield swaps ever
  • NutraFog II superior anti-fog, anti-scratch and UV protected shield
  • New redesigned eyeport seal dramatically reduces wind noise
  • Removable and washable interior for maximum comfort
  • Exclusive Magnefusion magnetic strap keeper
  • Padded chin strap with D-ring closure
  • Comes with clear faceshield only
  • Five-year warranty
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Bell Revolver EVO Helmet - Solid 4.3 5 210 210
I was very excited about this helmet when I bought it but found that it didn't fit my somewhat narrow head I purchased this helmet through another retailer since it was 1/2 off at the time. I really wanted a modular helmet and it had a great set of perks for the price. However what I found is that it would work great for round and short heads, but tall and narrow just don't fit. For starters when I first put it on the cheek pads made it so that I couldn't move my jaw (which I was kind of used to in a proper fitting full face helmet), but then my forehead started hurting after 10 minutes of wearing it. My chin also made it impossible to close the face without folding down the curtain so that it would fit over my chin. This wasn't to annoying, but at speed the cheek pads, forehead, and chin curtain all pushed on the front of my face while the back kind of hung off. I initially though I should have gone a size smaller, but I am not sure that I could have seated it on my head since my chin was already slammed into the curtain. On top of the pressure points, the helmet is about twice as loud as my old scorpion EXO400 (not a very quiet helmet either). The noise comes from wind rushing over the cheek pads and I am not sure I could have made it quieter. The airflow in the helmet is great as well, but when it sounds like your riding with a 3/4 helmet I kind of expected that. I would highly recommend this helmet for someone with a rounded head that doesn't mind a little noise, but for someone with a narrow head or someone who doesn't like the sound of vacuum cleaners I would steer clear. January 19, 2015
very good features but on the small side Ordered a 2xl but still tight. All other features are good. December 29, 2014
Bell Revolver Evo long term review I purchased this helmet about 1.5 years ago and wanted to provide my impressions after spending a considerable amount of time riding with the helmet. I bought this helmet to replace an Icon Alliance in which I experienced wind buffeting during head checks and an excessive amount of air flowing from underneath the helmet. This is not to knock the Icon, as most of the problems disappeared when I purchased a different motorcycle, with just a slightly different riding position and windshield position. Firstly, I would like to review what I consider the good points of the helmet. Value: Excellent. Although I have not tested other modular helmets, for the price you get style, comfort, and features, which will be expounded upon below. Style: I like the aggressive style of this helmet as compared to some of the other modular helmets I considered. I have had many compliments on the helmet from "squids" that don't wear helmets at all. Comfort: Overall a very comfortable helmet for my small slightly oval pea shaped head. Ventilation is adequate, especially at speeds above 40 m.p.h., however below that and you experience perspiration on your noggin, although it is not unbearable. Both the chin and chimney vents are easy to operate. I did not experience buffeting at any speed when doing head checks. This is not a light weight helmet by any means, but after a week of riding I did not notice the weight thereof. In my opinion, this helmet is best for someone that rides in the upright or 3/4 position. In the tuck I had to regularly reposition the helmet on my head to get visibility at the upper limits of my periphery. It is at this time, when you are straining to keep your head up, that the weight of the helmet becomes a factor. As to the noise level, I personally do not find it to be excessive. I did not experience significantly higher noise levels with all the vents open. I do not ride with earplugs and have had no ringing in my ears, even after hours of riding. That being said, my wife will swear to you that I am hard of hearing. This helmet could be made quieter if the faceshield sealed securely against the helmet gasket. Features: The modularity of the helmet is a feature in and of itself. During the cooler months this makes it extremely easy to put the helmet on over sort of hood or balaclava. Stuck in traffic in the unbearable heat of summer - flip the chin guard up and get instant cooling. And for those that like to smoke and ride, just flip it up and you can put that foreign substance in your lungs without interference. It really is the best of both worlds. The drop down internal sun visor is excellent feature. Gone are the days when you struggle to put your sunglasses on after you have your helmet on. Gone are the days when you have to deal with those same sunglasses becoming uncomfortable after riding for awhile. Gone are the days when you forgot those sunglasses and had to ride into a blinding sun. I tried on several other helmets with drop down visors and some did not come down far enough, others would hit the bridge of my nose, at least one felt too close to my eyes. The internal visor in this helmet presented with none of those issues. The lever that controls the internal visor was easy to find and easily manipulated, even with thick gloves. The "magnafusion" strap takes a little getting used to but stays put once it is in position. Lastly, shield changes are astonishingly simplistic and effortless. Quality: Pictures do not do this helmet justice. I was more than pleased when I first opened the box and saw the helmet in person. The paint and graphics appear to be of good quality and have stood up well over time. The chin guard locks securely in the closed position; I never had any doubts about it opening once it was closed. As to the magnafusion strap, after about a year the glue disintegrated on the little piece of fabric used to keep the magnet in place. My little magnet is gone, lost forever to dark forces of the underworld. I think the process of routing the strap in and out of the D rings over and again is a contributing factor in this. Bell does have a 5 year warranty so getting it fixed should not be a problem. When first got the helmet I noticed that there a small gap at the top between the shield and the helmet. This gap got slightly larger after about 3 months of use. This led to increased wind noise and rain invading the inside of the helmet. You are not getting hit in the eyes, but it is noticeable. A quick crack open of the shield will evacuate all the accumulated water. Overall I think this is an excellent helmet for the price. You can pay twice as much, but I don't think you will get two times the helmet. Are there better modulars out there? Sure. But for the price, quality, and features of this helmet, I think it deserves serious consideration. December 8, 2014
Love all the features. Like the looks. The thing feels flimsy. I like the helmet. Plenty of features. Love the modular aspect. I can even ride with the face lifted. It is quieter than the Bell it replaces. Color is BRIGHT. It is painted though. And I really dread the inevitable fall off my parked bike (helmet to Tarmac). My problem with the helmet is that it just has the feel of cheap construction. There's a piece that protrudes from the chin. It's purpose is to keep wind from blowing up into the wearer's face. REALLY flimsy. Can't imagine that it'll last very long. The flip down sun visor is also flimsy. It sits crooked and one side is loose. However it's a four star helmet because of the features and looks. January 20, 2015
For the price, excellent option! I wanted to buy this helmet to replace a MIGLIA AGV but I kept postponing it... until Black Friday when it was marked 50% OFF! The helmet is good, I have used it in one ride and I liked it. I found the internal dark visor very convenient.. One thing I didn't like was that I was not able to wear my Oakley glasses, maybe because the helmet is brand new and the internal pad did not give too much room for them now. I liked that it felt light and comfortable; really loved the color, hope cagers can see me better now :) January 15, 2015
Great helmet, for a Revzilla great value! The Bell Revolver Evo has everything I want in a helmet. The flipup mechanism works well, the sun visor is so nice to have, and all in all the helmet performs well with the added bonus of truly being highly visible. Really can be seen in bad conditions (i.e., heavy rain). January 5, 2015
Qualified Recommendation As I've learned from previous experience, and has the manufacturers often caution about, Hi-Viz pigments will noticeably over time. Part of Hi-Viz paint doing it's job absorbing and re-emitting lots of light. After my previous Hi-Viz helmet faded, it was time to get a new helmet. Knowing that the new helmet paint won't last 'forever', price was really important. The Bell Revolver was the cheapest so it won the buy prize. Not the quietest (rather loud actually), not the most comfortable, not the greatest visibility, but I only use Hi-Viz helmets from here on out, so the Bell does what I want at a price that won't leave me with regrets after it's Hi-Viz finish is gone and it's time for a new helmet. January 1, 2015
Terrific value but some flaws I have owned a Bell Revolver Evo for a couple of years now. It's not the highest end helmet, but that's not it's price point. The helmet looks great, fits well and has a no-tool quick change visor. The internal sun visor works with a flick of a finger and negates the need to carry around your sunglasses. On the down side, it's a bit noisy and the chin bar doesn't open enough to look straight ahead: you have to tilt your head way back to see forward. Also, the speaker pockets are no where near your ears. Who designed that?? Despite these few flaws, I recently bought a second Evo as the hi-viz is now the preferable green shade instead of yellow and the sale price made it very attractive. Revzilla's service couldn't have been better. Nothing more to say than that. December 30, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
M J: See above. Dec 17, 2014
David F: I purchased a revolver for myself and really like the fit and view. I use it when I am on a road trip. It is comfortable and has a good view, air circulation and is light weight. So I am purchasing one for my wife for Christmas. Dec 5, 2014
Alvaro H: everyday helmet, good price, good quality Nov 4, 2014
Anthony G: Bell quality is legendary. My first helmet was a Bell Star in 1969. Customer reviews on RevZilla helped me make up my mind, as well as order the dark smoke lenses. Nov 4, 2014
Larry J: Read the reviews, watched the video, want to give it a try. Oct 30, 2014
jesus q: I have used Bell Helmets since the late 70's and have seen its evolution. I started with the Bell Star flip 2 along with other Bell designs and now the Bell EVO Revolver Modular. Oct 29, 2014
Tim F: Good reviews. Oct 28, 2014
Thomas M: Good price, good fit. Wanted my mouth accessible so I went modular. After two years helmet is doing great. I love the internal sun visor. I have a very small head and fit is great, but the modular frame is kinda large by necessity and I look like an alien when I ride. Oct 25, 2014
Danny P: I enjoyed the video's posted on your site helped me decide which helmet works for me. Oct 21, 2014
RONNIE R: Bell is a reliable brand and I like the style for winter riding. Oct 19, 2014
Bill R: I have wore this same helmet for the last three years and I like it a lot the only one I will wear. Sep 24, 2014
Kayne W: sun visor, white, fullface pop open just legit looked like solid helm aswell... Sep 23, 2014
Ronald V: My wife feels safer in a full coverage helmet. She wears a Mag-9 now. Sep 19, 2014
Lionel F: Reviews and friends sugestions Jul 23, 2014
Jeremy P: Dual Visor and Modular Jul 21, 2014
Brad K: Bell is my brand due to warranty for 5 years and over 30 years of protecting my skull. My first modular and pleased enough to order one for Mrs. Jul 21, 2014
Paul C: Decent helmet at a great price. Jul 15, 2014
junio m: Would like to try this procuct cause of video presantation Jul 8, 2014
Gale H: I liked the features and the price. Jul 4, 2014
Thomas B: I love modular helmets and since my last name is Bell it's a given why I chose this helmet. Jul 3, 2014
Jim B: It's what I wanted !!!! Jun 28, 2014
Charles D: because I already have a bell revolver and think its a great helmet Jun 18, 2014
Scott L: First helmet purchase ever. After looking at dual sport helmets, I decided the modular concept might work better for my needs. Jun 17, 2014
Brad B: Like the modular style and the built in tinted visor. Jun 5, 2014
ian w: beginner helmet choice. good price, solid warranty if ever needed, and reasonable in all catagorys Jun 3, 2014
Terry B: I transitioned from 20 years of Goldwings to an ST1300 and the wind noise, bugs and road-grime demanded a change from an open-face style. I've always trusted "Bell" since my first Star back in 1979... Jun 2, 2014
Gerald D: My helmets have always been Bell brand. When I find a quality product I stick with the manufacturer. It's time for a new helmet and I'm excited to have the oppurtunity to buy another Bell helmet with all the features I look for. Jun 1, 2014
Richard P: Your site. Good reviews May 21, 2014
DANIEL K: needed and good price for good stuff May 11, 2014
Natee K: Good looking helmet with well thought out design and many usable functions. A good value for its price. May 4, 2014
Michael S: Reviewed other modular helmets and found this to be the best looking style, best features and great price. Also, my first modular helmet ever and my first Bell. I own Arai and Shoei only. Apr 28, 2014
Vincent R: I have owned several Bell helmets and have always liked the way they fit and the features that come with them. I also think that Bell provides the best protection at a very reasonable cost. Apr 27, 2014
Scott S: I have always trusted Bell products and thanks to the Revzilla videos I determined that this was the helmet I wanted. I am very happy with this purchase and in fact, I bought two, one matte black and one silver. Apr 26, 2014
Chris J: Bell history, price point, features for an entry level modular helmet. To be used for touring, and day trips. Apr 25, 2014
Muhamad Hanif H: I am wearing glasses, so I think modular helmet fits me well. Why bell? Actually this is my first helmet, to some extend I feel Bell has a good quality. Apr 19, 2014
Allen R: Best looking/functional modular helmet in the market. Also, best value for its price. Apr 17, 2014
Samuel W: The video you company posted on line about this helmet. It answered all of my questions. I can also return it if it does not fit for free (one time). Apr 14, 2014
William S: Good helmet for a good price. Not sure I want a modular, and I didn't want to spend a fortune to find out.
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Apr 13, 2014
Amber G: I am a new rider and didn't want to spend a fortune on gear. This helmet got great reviews and seems to be a great product for the cost. Apr 13, 2014
Kevin K: read reviews and tried helmets on in shops . I liked the fit of the Bell brand even tho I could not find this model in stores the bell helmets oval shape seems to fit me well. Apr 9, 2014
Ed V: Best price for modular helmet with great reviews. Mar 16, 2014
Carlos M: Product reputation , look cool and your reviews Mar 14, 2014
Ed S: A lot of helmet for a reasonable price. Mar 11, 2014
john e: its cool and I had a exo900 they talked like it would fit the same Mar 10, 2014
Michael B: The ratings, the style and look, the price was an option, I like the modular option as well as the sun shield inside. An my bike is matte black Mar 7, 2014
Raymond P: Price reputation looks Feb 25, 2014
S C: Best deal and most versatility for the money. Feb 22, 2014
stuart m: Recommended by RevZilla to meet my requirements within my budget. Feb 19, 2014
Ivan B: My brother turned me onto bell EVO helmet. Jan 7, 2014
khai n: best bang for the buck Dec 31, 2013
Christopher H: Looks good, modular, features Dec 17, 2013
Mark R: Price, reviews, video, functions, anti fog, interior pockets for speakers Nov 14, 2013
Reden B: I love Bell helmet and I been using it during my racing days. 'm satisfied with the reviewfor Revolver Evo. :-)

Nov 2, 2013
Chris Van M: Because its not a dorky looking modular helmet. Has built in sunglasses. Has a snowmobile kit for it that I use when I ride my bike in the winter time. Oct 24, 2013
M I: looked like the best bang for the buck. Oct 9, 2013
javier o: design ! good manufacturer reputation ! good comments from others purchasers Oct 9, 2013
Roger E C: Like the look and features Oct 7, 2013
John D: Cool looking helmet/ Bell name. Will be able to make a better review once received... Sep 24, 2013
Zain K: Looks awesome. Great reviews. And was looking for a modular design. I got the matt black and it is fantastic. Sep 24, 2013
James F: Looking for an inexpensive modular helmet and not concerned with wind noise. Sep 21, 2013
Z A: Good quality and good look. and for that price it is a steal!! Sep 18, 2013
Nelson R: Good reviews and great product explanation by revzilla's video. I will write more about it once it arrives. Aug 26, 2013
A S asked: Is it Snell Approved? Jun 29, 2014
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gary r: Mark M gave you a great answer, you wont find many snell approved modular helmets, this is an acceptable comprimise to me because i love having the face up in the summer when im parked,at a light, or in stop and go traffic. Aug 4, 2014
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Mark M: No not to SNELL only DOT because it's a modular helmet. There are only a couple SNELL approved modular helmets and they are much more expensive. Jul 6, 2014
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William K: Don't know , I bought a medium my wife wore it once and now I want to sell it. No more riding for her. Jun 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is it normal for sore spots to develop on a long ride when the helmet is brand new? The Revolver EVO Helmet fit fine when It arrived. Was comfortable on a couple short rides. Than I went on a 2hr ride. I started to feel sore spots at the top and back of my head after the first hour which got worse as for the next hour. Was with a group so did not stop. Same thing happened on the 2hr ride back but not as bad. Will the soreness go away after the helmet gets broken in. Jul 7, 2014
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William L: Helmets need to be "broken-in" like a pair of shoes. With continual wear, the interior will conform to your face and skull shapes.
Use a Slik under your helmet. It'll keep your head warmer when it's cold, cooler when it's hot, and keep the inside fresher longer. In addition, it'll add a minor layer of cushioning that will alleviate some of that soreness.
Jul 8, 2014
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Dustin S: Sounds like you might want to check the pads, and make sure they're centered. I've not had a problem with mine, even during long rides. Jul 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: I've had this helmet for about three months. Has anyone figured out a way to cut down on the wind noise? Nov 4, 2014
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Brian G: Get a chin skirt if you're helmet doesn't have it. Try wearing earplugs as well. Nov 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: In the picture it shows a tinted outside visor, does it come with the tinted visor on outside as in the picture as well as the tinted flip down visor? Mar 7, 2014
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Richard B: It's shown with the optional tinted visor that fits a variety of Bell's helmets. What came with mine was a clear visor. The interior visor is not shown here.... Mar 7, 2014
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Mike K: Mine did not, it came with a clear visor. Also, regarding some quality issues. The fliip up latching mechanism doesn't always latch correctly. The neck strap magnet fel apart after 4 months of continuous use. 1 year later the black plastic trim located on the bottom of the helmet that goes around the base of the helmet slowly lost its adhesion and began to separate from the front corners as a result of the wind catching the corners. Loud wind noise as well. I have had this helmet for 2.2 years and like it but will definitely purchase a better helmet next time. Mar 10, 2014
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Karen B: Mine came with a clear outside shield and a semi-tinted inside flip down shield. I replaced the inside shield with a dark one and am very happy with it Mar 7, 2014
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Alvaro H: It comes with the clear outside visor and inside comes with the tinted flip down visor Mar 7, 2014
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David N: No, it comes with a clear outside visor and the tinted flip down visor. Mar 7, 2014
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William H: No, the outer visor that this helmet comes with is clear. Mar 7, 2014
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Chester W: Visor on outside is clear, flip down visor is tinted, Mar 7, 2014
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Uncle L asked: I've heard that the chinbar on this helmet sometimes breaks. Does anyone know if this is true? Thanks, just looking for personal experience... Sep 24, 2013
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Chris Van M: I can say that mine hasn't broken yet. I reciently got rear ended on my bike I was going between 20-30mph and the girl was going around 70 when she hit me. I'm told I was thrown 15 feet in the air and bounced a few times before going into a slide. I have the deep scratches on my helmet to prove it. During that whole ordeal the face of the helmet stayed locked in place. The visor ejected on the slide. After everything the helmet and visor still work (I know after a single drop your supposed to toss it and buy a new one. But wig out of work for a month and a half and buying KTM 950 adventure parts does a number on ones bank account. So I'm still rocking the helmet for now. All and all I am very impressed with bells helmet. It did its job. It's very comfortable, looks great for a modular, the sunglasses button is in the perfect location, and they have a snowmobile visor kit which works great for us year round riders. I say buy it and enjoy it. Ill be buying another after I save up a little more. Sep 24, 2013
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Kawika H: I own two of these helmets and they'll whole helmet is pretty solid. The chin area did not break yet either, owned for over a year with heavy use. The only thing is the magnetic strip on the chin strap separates, but I just tuck it into my shirt/jacket after strapping up Sep 24, 2013
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thor martin f: I dont know if we are talking about the same thing, but the thing protecting my face from wind coming upwards broke under normal use. But overall its a really cool helmet that will definitely draw a lot of attention!

Sep 24, 2013
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Christopher G: The chin bar (or strap if that is what you mean)has not broke on mine but the sticker that holds the magnet in place for the strap keeper has come off. I just fixed it with some electrical tape and it works fine if not better. Sep 24, 2013
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DeWayne C: I've had one for a few years, not a single problem. I love this helmet, it's very comfortable and my favorite. Sep 24, 2013
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Joel J: I have had no problems out of the helmet. I love ridding with it. I would deff recommend it. Sep 24, 2013
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Monica K: I don't use it regularly, but it is holding up just fine as of now. Thanks! Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: I really like the matte black version with the dark lens, so I'm just wondering if the helmet comes with the clear lens or the dark lens.. May 23, 2012
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Isaac B: it comes with a clear shield, But it does come with a flip down "top gun/fighter pilot" style inner tinted half shield, it works good and is easily retracted from a switch on the left side of the helmet but i would recommend getting the Transition shield i have it and it works great. Sep 10, 2012
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Sumpunk85: It comes with the clear lens. I'm pretty sure Revzilla carries the smoke lens. I actually like the clear lens. If you want it darker drop the built in shades. Hope this helps! Jun 12, 2012
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purplesquid: comes with clear, the dark smoke is extra, sold separately. Feb 18, 2013
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RichMe1ster: All the helmets I buy come with the stock clear screen and this one is no exception, you can buy the the darker one on this website i believe. Nov 5, 2012
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RevZilla: The Bell Revolver EVO Helmet comes with a clear faceshield and a dark smoke drop down sun visor. May 25, 2012
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State: Helmet comes with a clear lens but has button that drops down a tented lens. May 26, 2012
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Evad12: Helmet comes with the clear shield, but there a snap to change. Nov 19, 2012
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A shopper asked: I wear glasses. Can you used the flip down sun visor with glasses on? Oct 8, 2012
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RichMe1ster: I used to wear glasses (got lasik) so I can confidently say that there is enough space for you to wear glasses within this helmet. Only thing it depends on are how thick and big your glasses. obviously the thicker and bigger the less likely it will fit but to me it seems like the helmet accommodates for glasses wearers. Hope that helps. Nov 5, 2012
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purplesquid: depends on the size of your glasses but there is a good amount of space between your eyes and the shade so for most if not all glasses should work fine. Feb 18, 2013
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Evad12: I wear glasses full time and there is no problem with this helmet. I do usually put the helmet on and then the glasses, it takes a little practice. Nov 19, 2012
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Kepawa: yes plenty of room for sun shade, I open modular to take helmet off with my glasses on, sun shade retracted of course Nov 28, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, you will be able to use the drop down sun visor with a pair of glasses on the Bell Revolver EVO Helmet. Oct 9, 2012
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nWo4Life: yes, with plenty of room to spare. Feb 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: What are the options for speakers that work with this helmet? Jan 16, 2014
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William S: The speaker pockets are way off. At least 3/4" high and 3/4" too far rearward. I installed a Uclear HBC100 Plus and thought the sound was not so good. After checking location I realized the center of the pocket is at the rear top of my ear. Moved to the proper position,the thickness of these press against my ear. Get something thin or prepare to do some carving Jul 10, 2014
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Mark M: I installed a Scala Rider G9. The stock speaker pockets are a little high. So I relocated them closer to the where the chin straps attach. The stock location wasn't bad, but my hearing is not what it use to be and I needed the speakers closer to better hear phone calls. Jan 16, 2014
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William H: This helmet has easily accessible speaker pockets. Any helmet designed speakers should fit nicely. However, this isn't the quietest of helmets. YMMV Jan 16, 2014
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Mark D: I have no idea, I don't currently use speakers. Jan 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello, my question is are the Bell decals simply a general adhesive where one would remove with a blowdryer and some floss or are they etched into the helmet? Long story short, can they be easily removed. I have no intention or desire for them to be on my helmet if I do so choose to purchase. Oct 15, 2013
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Jeffrey I: Bell sticker came right off with a finger nail, of course the helmet was new and had not had any sun or high temps on it to make it difficult to remove.
The nose piece built into the face lift and shield was a life saver in the cold raining mountains of Colorado on our trip. The other ride did not have this feature and had to ride with the clear face shield slightly open the entire time to keep the shield from fogging up. He got wet.

Hope this helps.
Oct 16, 2013
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George L: They are etched and can't be removed. I don't like it either, reminds me of a bicycle helmet, but in the case of the revolver evo it's way too badass to matter. Oct 15, 2013
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Daniel M: It's not a decal/sticker, it is printed right on the helmet. Probably couldn't get it off. Great helmet though, I'm very satisfied with it. Oct 15, 2013
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Mark M: I have the mat black finish. The Bell decal came off on its own. So I'd say yes, they can be removed easily :-) Oct 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: I noticed they offer different shades and colors to the internal sun shade... Is the stock shade the light smoke or dark smoke option. Dec 26, 2012
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RevZilla: The internal sun visor on the Bell Revolver Evo Helmets are Dark Smoke in color. Currently Bell offers replacement internal sun visors in the following colors so that the end user can customize the helmet as they see fit:

Light Smoke
Dark Smoke
Hi Def Persimmon (Orange, ideal for low light conditions since it increases's contrast)
Hi Def Rose (gives you a "rosey" outlook on life. In reality though it will enhance contrast for better vision in low light or rain weather)
Dec 27, 2012
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DIldoor: When compared to the dark smoke bell visor I bought with this helmet, it seems that the internal sun visor is a light smoke. Feb 20, 2013
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nWo4Life: It's dark smoke but it's pretty weak. you need a tinted shield or sunglasses to handle direct sunlight. Feb 20, 2013
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RocketGirl: stock flip down visor is light. Jan 28, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hello,

Considering price is not an issue, which helmet would you buy between the Bell Revolver Evo and the Shark Evoline 3 ST? My main concerns are fit, safety and weight. I want a modular since I ride a BMW GS700 usually out of town and also my Vespa GTS300 when in town.

Aug 18, 2014
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DANNY S: In all other helmets I have had over the years, My chose would have to be the Revolver Evo, hands done. It is light weight, fits and stays put, but not tight, comfortable on long rides. With plenty of venting, it never has felt hot even when it was, I do not have a windshield on my bike. And that may have something to do with the added cooling. That's my pike!! Aug 19, 2014
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Michael M: If you want to ride with the helmet open don't waste your money on the Bell. It's front heavy when open and will close itself. I also wasn't too happy with the crazy loud noise level. I knew it would be loud, but it was ridiculous. The only practice use for the Bell is opening at a stoplight or when getting gas. Aug 20, 2014
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evad a: I to ride BMW a R1150GS, and I own a the Bell Revolver . I've had it for a year or so and I'm very happy with it. Noise level is low, helmet is light. Built in sun visor and a far price. I hope that little bit might help.

Aug 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: Pressure point soreness? Bought a Bell Revolver EVO Modular Helmet last week. It fit great when I got. Felt good on a couple of short rides. Then I went on a 2hr. ride last weekend with a group. Was fine until after the first hour I began to feel soreness (pressure points) at the forward top and in back of the helmet. It got worse until we stopped after 2hrs of riding. On the 2hr. trip back the soreness came back again but was not as bad. Will the pressure points go away once the helmet gets broken in? Jul 7, 2014
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Chris H: You know I have had this helmet for about 2 years now and only recently did i start having the same problem. So i dont know? I would think i have more than broken in the helmet, i actually have two of them...but I think what contributes to this is the duration of the trip..I normally ride mildly, for short durations but on the occasions where i experienced the mild pain i was on longer rides so i think that is contributing to the issue..hope this helps Jul 14, 2014
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gary r: James S gave a good solution, wash the padding. Another good solution wouldd be to wear a wrap or silk, or bandana or other head protection for long rides. Something i noticed, is that the padding sometimes jostles undo the snaps and re snap them in place (again i have to stress washing them first) this could solve your problem, you might just not be used to wearing a helmet yet. Aug 4, 2014
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James S: I had the same issue with odd sore points along my helmet as well when I first got it. Mainly near the top front section for me however eventually they either worked themselves out or I got used to it. I recently just removed all the padding and hand washed them however and the fit now is 100% more comfortable. Jul 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: What are my "Integrated speaker pockets for audio speakers" choices for this helmet? What is recommended? Jun 7, 2014
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William S: The speaker pockets are way off. At least 3/4" high and 3/4" too far rearward. I installed a Uclear HBC100 Plus and thought the sound was not so good. After checking location I realized the center of the pocket is at the rear top of my ear. Moved to the proper position,the thickness of these press against my ear. Get something thin or prepare to do some carving! Jul 9, 2014
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Mark M: Any flat 1.5 to 1.75 speaker will fit. I installed the Cardio G4 in mine (pictures are on this review), but other units will fit too Jul 6, 2014
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Christopher T: sena Jun 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am looking to replace my icon airframe. I came across this and from all the research I am liking what I see. My question is about fit. I am in a location where I cannot find any to try on. My icon is a small and I am also a small in a shoei. By comparing sizing charts they all indicate that I will be a small in the revolver evo. How different are the fits? Can I assume that a small will be the right choice? Apr 12, 2014
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KENNETH B: My Shoei Qwest in M is ever so slightly larger than my M Bell RS-1. The Bell Evo I ordered I returned, as it just wasn't as comfortable as the RS-1 - which I really enjoy, largely on the Transitions shield that is so easy to take for granted. Ken Apr 25, 2014
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Daniel V: I bought first a "revolver evo" and then a' icon airframe", both in the medium size, they haven't difference in size. Apr 16, 2014
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Eyvind M: I think you're right. Small would do. I got one for my GF. She's XS and it fits perfect. They run true to size. May 21, 2014
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Stephen E asked: What are the options for speakers that work well worth this helmet? Jan 16, 2014
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Stephen T: I agree with Chris T. I use the Sena SMH-10 on all my helmets, including the EVO. I used the boom mic with my install. There is definitely a wind noise issue with the helmet, but love it for quick rides. Jan 29, 2014
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Christopher T: the sena smh-10 works excellent for this helmet. You will get alot of wind noise after 50mph. Jan 16, 2014
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thor martin f: I don't know, but there is good space between your ear and the helmet. Jan 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: how is its safety rating, DOT approved. Feb 19, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, all of the helmets that we sell are DOT approved. Feb 19, 2013
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DIldoor: It is DOT approved. Feb 20, 2013
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Tylerjohnb88: Yes Apr 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: would the inner shield actuator buttons on the lower edge interfere with the clamp mount on a sena smh10? Mar 15, 2012
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Isaac B: Ahh this is what was meant buy the other question i saw.

it might depends on how yo attach it, not much room in front of the switch to add the Sena behind the switch there is more room but the helmet starts to curve some unless your ok with using some sort of double stick tape (like what is used with the GoPro mounts) on to the helmet and or the Sena or the mount to the Sena, but note once its on its hard to get off.

Other option is since the inner shield is removable and there is a transition full shield available for the Revolver buy that shield (about $120 or so) this shield is great i have it on my Revolver and it automatically adjust to light conditions tinting darker when needed and no tinting at all at night, thus you can install the Sena how ever you want, I know its a bit more $ but it is a option.
Sep 10, 2012
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RevZilla: Due to the placement of the Internal Sun Shade mechanism on the lower edge on the left-hand side of the Bell Revolver EVO Helmet, you will not be able to use the clamp mount of the Sena SMH-10 Headset. . Mar 21, 2012
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Capgiles: Yes,
You will have to use the glue mount system with it.
May 5, 2012
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A shopper asked: I love my new helmet but need to replace the inner shield due to a bright sunlight sensitivity. I have purchased the dark smoke, but cant find instruction on how to replace this inner shield. Help? Nov 12, 2014
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Scott G: You simply pull straight out on the visor to remove it. To install the new one, just line it up with where the old one came out and gently press each side until it clicks in to place. It's a little tricky at first but with a little patients you'll get it. Nov 14, 2014
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Jon D: I also had a tough time putting in a darker inner shield, but it can be done. Dec 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Where can i find custom visor's for this helmet? I want a one way (mirror) visor where I can see out from inside the helmet but when people try to look at me, it shows a reflection of them. Jun 7, 2014
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Mark M: Check out the photo-chromatic lens by SoloFX. It changes based on the sun light. Kinda pricey but very cool. Separate iridium lenses are also available. The helmet uses the same quick release as other Bell helmets Jul 6, 2014
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Kawika H: Right on this website. The $119 model is the photochromic face shield. Jun 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this helmet bluetooth compatible? I saw in the product video the ear pads had a cutout for a communication device. Thanks in advance! May 27, 2014
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Mark M: The helmet itself is not Bluetooth capable. You'll need to add your own communication system. There are cut-outs for adding internal speakers but that's it. Jul 6, 2014
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jesus n: Not it dosnt have it May 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Quick question. I am in the UK and i cant find this anywhere! Would this helmet be illegal in this country or something by not complying with the rules and regulations? Wouldn't want to get in trouble! Jan 29, 2014
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Aaron A: I did a quick Google search and found this:

To the question DOT and Snell standards are not as high as EC standards (which are slightly lower still than the old British standards), the only road-use legal helmets that can be used in Britain must be marked with the CE mark, the only ones that can be sold in Britain are marked with the CE logo and carry a, either silver or gold ACU sticker (it is illegal to remove the ACU sticker). Racers must have the gold standard ACU sticker to pass scrutineering.

So it sounds like that this may not be legal in the UK, it would need to have the CE logo and a silver or gold ACU sticker.

I would contact your local government to find out more information. Also, send an email to Revzilla staff and they can answer your questions.

Jan 29, 2014
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Stephen T: I can't help you with the laws in the UK. The helmet DOES meet the DOT requirements here in the US. If you can do a search on the differences between the US DOT and the UK requirements, that should answer your question. The helmet is NOT Snell rated.

Couple things about the helmet itself. It doesn't fit as well nor is it anywhere near as comfortable as my Bell RS-1. The material inside is rough in comparison and it presses on my forehead. I am very particular about fit and comfort... and my large head doesn't help much. I have mounted my Sena headset in the EVO, that was a little tricky but wasn't horrible. Being in south Georgia, being able to open the face up, grab a drink, just cool off a little is great. I just wish it was a little more comfortable.

Hope this helps you.
Jan 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Bell Helmet Shell Size for the Revolver EVO is there 2 major sizes or is it one size Shell for all sizes. Thanks. Marty. Apr 24, 2013
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RevZilla: The Bell Revolver EVO has 2 shell sizes. The smaller size is used for X-Small and Small. The larger size is used for Medium, Large, XL, and 2XL. May 30, 2013
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GT000: Multiple sizes May 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this helmet work with the SENA headsets? Jun 13, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the Bell Revolver Evo will accept the Sena Bluetooth communicators(using the supplied adhesive mount) and has built in speaker pockets to accept the speakers. Jul 30, 2012
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Isaac B: No it only works with Bell (Star, Revolver, and Vortex lines) Sep 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: What head shape is this helmet designed for? Is it like a Shoie (round) or Arai (intermediate oval)? Dec 17, 2014
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Ruben A: i would say it's a intermediate oval shape helmet. Dec 17, 2014
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A S asked: I measure 23" to 23 1/4 depending on how tight my wife pulls the tape. This is right between LG and XL. Is anyone the same size as me and what size did you buy? How did it fit? Nov 21, 2014
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Tyler B: That's exactly my size. I went with the large and it was snug at first. Almost a little uncomfortable but not quite. But after wearing it for a couple weeks it shipped to my head and it was a perfect fit. I definitely recommend this helmet though the road noise is quite noticeable, it is reasonably priced for what you get. Nov 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Now I knew that the Helmet comes with clear outside faceshield thanks for all the answers from everybody.
But, it's kind of confusing to find tented faceshield for the same Model, even though, I searched by the Helmet model name. And if I found a tented faceshield how could I know it will fit the Helmet?
Nov 2, 2014
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Mark D: That's a good question, I have no idea. sorry. Nov 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: do your helmet when sold to Australia come with a Australian Standards 1698 sticker? Aug 12, 2014
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Mark D: I purchased this Bell helmet through revzilla in the US, it does NOT come with this sticker. I would going straight to the Bell company and asing them this question. What is an Australian Standards 1698 sticker & why do you need it on if you don't mind me asking. Good luck. I & my wife love this helmet. Aug 13, 2014
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A S asked: Will the Sena SMH 10 work on the revolver? Jul 13, 2014
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Vito D: It will definitely work with no problems however on not to sure of it will feel comfortable Jul 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can you use the Sena SMH10 with the revolver? Jul 13, 2014
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gary r: I dont have a bluetooth device myself however i noticed the helmet has a large spot for bluetooth support so im sure it does, and the reason your question went un answered for so long is because its been asked already. for future refrence you may want to search the F.A.Q first before asking. I love the helmet by the way, and i would certainly buy it again. Aug 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: I bought two Bell Revolver EVO Helmets from y'all. On one the face vent came off as I was riding. The face shield gasket is giving way. On the other one the shield gasket and the inter shield flip mechanism is broken. Seeing that they have a five year warranty, can I get them fixed or get the parts to do it myself? Thanks Mar 8, 2014
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Marcus D: My gasket/weather strip seal were also a problem but, Revzilla replaced it no problem. Unfortunately, workmanship problems gave way again also on the replacement. These problems were originated at assembly and somehow passed QC and not from my rare usage of the helmet.

My face shield popped off once while riding as well. The helmet is marketed as an easy snap on for the face shield (not sure what you mean by "face vent") but, in truth, you must really work hard to get it locked on securely.

I was not aware that the helmet came with a 5 year warranty so, you should confirm with REVZILLA and act on it.
Mar 10, 2014
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Bell Helmet Sizing:

Size Head Measurement (cm)
XS 54-55
SM 55-56
MD 57-58
LG 58-59
XL 60-61
2XL 62-63

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Bell Helmets Size Chart
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Looking at the Bell Revolver EVO it's a step forward from the original Bell
Revolver that we saw in 2011. The feed-back on the Bell Revolver was, it
was very popular, it was a complete new market segment for Bell. And nobody
really done a really aggressive looking modular flip face helmet. When I
say modular, I immediately mean that the chin bars are going to go up.

But what they found with their first iteration in 2011 that it was a bit
noisy. People were having some issues with the gasket around the face
shield, with some wind noise from underneath. And they said you know what
people love this helmet around $200 it's a home run. Let's see if we can go
back to the drawing board make it a hair more quiet, and let's release
basically a half step forward version that's going to address some of the
key issues.

So if you look in front of me I have the new Revolver EVO. It's going to
come in solids, you looking at the mat-black and I'm going to basically
break down for this full video. And what I really want to do is briefly
show the scratch pin-stripe version. Which is something we haven't seen yet
from Bell, which is a more aggressive version here on the modular helmet.
With pin-stripes over mat-black they really set it off. Check that bad boy
out. Move this guy over to the side.

So we talked about the changes, the changes are going to be the new iport
gasket. It's going to be more quiet. Other key change it's going to be a
chin curtain built into the bottom here that's going to keep cold air out,
it's also going to add in the encompassing effect underneath and around the
chin to keep air noise down.

We're also going to see is that we have a new sun-visor mechanism when I
pull it down here, my mechanism underneath different shape to the anti-fog,
anti-scratch sun visor that is retractable. So again it's a bit more full
spectrum, it's a bit more all-encompassing. Let's change the shape and give
people better coverage because nothings worse than folks different head
shapes and different facial features that might have the old one that might
have cut them off in the middle. And again to work that you're looking at
down here along the bottom, spring loaded, easy to find, easy to use with a
glove on, notice it works that well.

You're still having, you know, from Bell looking at this helmet a lot of
the features do carry over. So the first things you're going to notice,
it's the similar shield that we're going to see on the RS1 on the Vortex
and the Star so you can get that photochromic shield, which is awesome.

Also vent configuration from last year. You still have three in tacks, two-
two position chimneys up here on the top, so one position, two portions on
both sides are going to vent directly through the EPS to the head and then
you're going to have an open and close down here on the chin.

As far as the modular mechanism the buttons going to be underneath. There's
my button. It's going to come up this is going to be a DOT helmet, it's
very hard to do Snell, or ECE on modulars; you typically don't see it
happen. It's going to be a DOT helmet on a poly carbonate shell. And poly
carbonate really is a basic- it's a strong fiber but it's getting your
basic again remember we're right around that $200 price point.

If we look here on the side you also have aluminum mechanisms for the
locking mechanism here on the hinge. So when this comes down and locks into
place you get a nice solid seal.

As far as the removal, of the face shield very, very easy. I'm going to
spin it this way, do one side, do the other side, very simple to put it
back on. Bell has one of the simple mechanism in the industry. Double snap,
and down and you're done. And this is the nutra fog 3 system so there is a
coating that's going to be on this shield as well to keep it fog free.

Moving to the back let's talk about exhaust. We all know if you watched our
videos, that when you have a spear which is a helmet moving at high speed
through the air. What happens is you get this area of vacuum behind the
helmet as air comes over the curve surface at the top. And you're going to
have these big Venturi events that have cals around them.

You also have some winglet vents down here on the side. And what that's
going to do is, this area of low pressure actually pulls warm moist air out
of the helmet out of the back and it's going to... the air gets forced in
through the front circulates around your head. Hopefully keeps you cool,
keeps you comfortable. Pulls that sweat away and that's going to get sucked
out through the back.

So let me pull my donut over here now. And let's start to break this guy
down a little bit further. So you're going to look at it from the bottom
again. We talked about the new chin curtain, might as well open it up.
Other things they've incorporated here. As I'm started to pull out the
cheek pads, make sure that I'm undone here. Notice they're using the
magnafusion which is making its way to almost all Bells at this point. So
the strap keeper keeps in place via magnates that's not going to flap on

Undo my double D ring. And let's start to break down cheek pad. So cheek
pads fully removable neck roll. They've added the mesh here and this mesh
is going to allow you to have full access to a Bluetooth unit and the
speakers would actually sit in the recess speaker pocket. You can see in
here as well. See it right just right in there. You're going to see that
recess cut away, that's going to allow you to hide that pocket, so it's not
going to create any thickness that might press on your ear on longer rides.

Fully removable, fully washable, wicking interior, there's my contoured
cheek pads they're going to sit against your face. And as I pull this guy
down you're going to see that we have a micro-fiber strap with that mesh
material that's going to wick again along the chin strap. And now we can
pull the comfort liner out.

A few snaps in the back and one of the things that I like at the do is
along the front here you can see along the front it's not snaps it actually
sits in this brow area, pop it out here. And what you do by having this, is
still this 3-D liner, it's going to be foam with cut-always so you're going
to get that venting from the top of the EPS ,you know the vent channels go
right to your head.

What they do here in the front is by not having snaps that live up along
the brow, what you're doing is taking the pressure points away. So there's
not change to get any hot spots on your forehead. Because up towards your
forehead there's not snaps like there are here in the back, that go
underneath your [inaudible 00:05:38] ridge there on the back of your head
and these really typically don't get in the way.

Now if we look here into the EPS you're going to see big vent channels
towards the forehead as I rotate back you see those channels that go out
the Venturi area where the back of the helmet again you're getting a lot of
bang for the buck out of a modular more aggressively styled, really just
around that- just over that $200 price point helmet. It comes in high vis,
it comes in a rally graphic which Bell has done really well for a while,
it' s going to come in this scratch graphic which we talked about early and
then you have mat black, gloss black, silver as well as white.

Again there's no secret why this is one of the stable helmets for 2011 at
RevZilla and it's nice to see Bell taking what they did making some slight
improvements and rolling out a completely designed helmet for 2012.