Bell Revolver EVO Inner Sun Shield
The Shade Bell Should Have Made Standard
This is the Sun Shade tint that should have been original equipment. The shade is easily replaced with a drop of silicon oil applied at each attachment point, and wear household rubber gloves to get traction when removing the factory unit. Reassembly is easier with the chin closed, and installing the right (pivot post) side first. If the shield does not fully retract, the pivot post side is the most likely culprit.
April 5, 2016
inner visor dark
I bought the bell revolver evo and the stock inner visor was too light so i replaced it with the dark visor .it was simple to change you just pull it out and snap the new one in
March 19, 2015
Better than the one that comes with the helmet.
Like the other reviews said, the force that it needs to be use is scary for a plastic piece.
But I find out an easy way to remove the Sun Shield, the main problem is trying to pull the Sun shield while holding the helmet so what I did was putting my knee inside the helmet so you can hold the Sun shield with the both hands.
Now regarding Sun shield, it is a improvement from the one that you get by default but still if you got the sun directly in front, you will need to avoid it.
February 9, 2015
A Must Have
the Revolver EVO comes with an inner sun shield that is too light, hence it is essential to upgrade to these dark smoked ones if you care about using the helmet's built-in sun protection feature. The old ones are very difficult to remove; you must pull very hard, always thinking you are going to break something. Not a good design. Once the new ones are in, however, things are good. The old ones didn't break upon removal, so I would imagine this is a fairly durable product.
November 26, 2014
Bell Sun Shade lens
Almost dark enough, but not quite when you're looking right into the sun.
Would be much better if fog resistant and polarized.
Ridiculously difficult to remove, although that plastic is super strong. Hard to install but not as bad a removing. If the shade doesn't fully retract after installation you've got it in wrong.
November 25, 2014
What a pain to install
I really like the Bell Evo Revolver helmet, but the stock inside visor is too light. So I purchased the darker visor. Pulling the stock visor out was a royal, and scary, pain. First, it came with no directions. Secondly, the directions on the Bell site were worthless. Finally, I found some help here at Revzilla, but even then, it was really disconcerting to have to pull so hard on the visor to break it free. I then installed the new visor, and it too was not all that easy to pop into the fitting. Once installed, it has a bad habit of not fully retracting. The visor wants to hang down a little. Overall.....Disappointing.
November 3, 2014
This inner sun shield is a great replacement for that useless stock sun shield installed already. The installation process for this new shield however is difficult and lead me to somehow stop the spring mechanism from operating correctly. My Templar Evo's sun shield needs to be raised by hand now.
September 1, 2014
a better inner shield
This is a replacement inner shield for the original light smoke grey one that came with the Bell Revolver Evo helmet. I found the light smoke a little too light for my taste so I opted for the dark one. So far I am happy with it, but I have two small disappointments. First off I am a new rider so I think I am missing alot of knowledge so when the shield came without instructions I felt a little miffed. Thanks to Google and some forums I got the know how to removing my old sheild and installing the new one. My second disappointment is the shield is still slightly visable when fully retracted. I don't remember seeing the original like that so I am guessing if might be a little bigger or maybe I broke something. Don't know and it doesn't bother me enough to try to figure it out. Maybe I will try to reinstall the original and go from there at a later date.
August 25, 2014