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Jerry C: Although the images for the Bell Revolver EVO Helmet make it look like it ships with a light gray inner sun shield, the "OEM" sun shield is clear. For roughly $10, the light and/or the dark gray sun shield is a reasonable add-on.May 29, 2015
Margaret G: because I wanted too!! Is that ok with you??"Apr 29, 2015
Gary C: Need a darker sun shield for the bright Florida sun.Apr 1, 2015
Rick C: Shield that came was to light.. I prefer the yellowish tint for sun glassesJan 8, 2015
Dean W: I read that the sun shield provided with the helmet is not dark enough.Dec 15, 2014
Anthony G: Customer reviews of the Bell Revolver EVO helmet. Almost all said the stock sun shield was too light.Nov 4, 2014
Chad C: I own the Bell Revolver EVO Warp and wanted a darker shade for the inner shield.Sep 25, 2014
Luke P: The sun shield on the Bell Revolver is way too light to be of any use.Aug 7, 2014
Lionel F: I chose this because the inner shield is not dark enough.Jul 23, 2014
Thomas H: The internal sun visor that my Bell Revolver EVO Warp Helmet came with is barely tinted, if you can even call it a tint. These work much better than the clear ones that come with the helmet.Jul 19, 2014
Thomas B: I need this to make sure that it's as dark as my sunglasses.Jul 3, 2014
Terry B: Just from reading the reviews, folks claim the standard shield isn't dark enough. All of my longer rides begin and end with rising or setting sun conditions. For the price, I figure it's a no brainer...Jun 2, 2014
RANDY P: The yellow visor cuts the glare from on coming headlights ,making riding at night more enjoyable.May 27, 2014
Craig W: Stock visor is not dark enough for bright sun - wanted to improve shading.Apr 21, 2014
Michael G: Already had the helmet; the included light smoke wasn't dark enough.Apr 17, 2014
Evan D: stock shield wasn't dark enough to do muchApr 11, 2014
William S: Wanted something darker than what came with the helmet.Mar 22, 2014
Christopher H: More convenient/comfortable than wearing sunglassesDec 17, 2013
Mark R: Heard that the stock interior shield was a very light smoke and that it would be better to order dark smoke colorNov 14, 2013
Reden B: Great color combination with my Revolver Evo. :-)
RED519Nov 2, 2013
Sean C: I live in the desert Southwest. We have bright sun all year long. The one that comes with the helmet just isnt dark enough, and the auto tint lens doesnt get anywhere near dark enough for me.Sep 17, 2013
James J: Just bought a Revolver EVO helmet. And the internal sun shade is too light for my needs. Needed something darker.Sep 5, 2013
P A: light smoke that comes with helmet not dark enough for summer riding.Aug 22, 2013
A shopper asked:How are the shields removed and replaced?Mar 10, 2013
goatman:You just pull a tab on each side to release the old shield, and snap the new one in. A representative from Revzilla talked me through it the first time, takes less than two minutes to change them after you've done it once. There are 2 available shields, clear and smoke. My only concern is that it's all plastic, but it is warranted for 5 years. I'm very happy with mine.Mar 25, 2013
RevZilla:With the internal sun shield in the lowered position, hold the sun shield between thumb and forefinger on the right side and pull the right side of the shield straight out from the helmet. Repeat with the left side, then reverse the process to re-install.Mar 13, 2013
ANDREW B:Be careful when you try to remove the inner shield, mine broke.
I could not get mine out, looked on the Bell Website.. Nothing for Revolver-EVO /visor, but they did have similar instructions for the snow version of the helmut. I found the comments here on Revzilla, plus some notes for other users saying it was hard to remove... Anyway, as an engineer, I was concerned about pulling two hard... Looking at the replacement visor I could see how, once lowered, the visor should pull straight out...
I pulled, pulled a bit harder, pulled a bit harder... snap.... the inner mechanism that holds the visor broke...
NOTE: I did not purchase the helmet from Revzilla, but I wish I did, and will know better next time.Jul 21, 2014
Douglas B:The sun shades shown here on the site have a "C" pin click connection, mine and maybe yours have a squared off end with two rectangular type tabs areas near the end that are supposed to snap into the helmets carrier. The mechanism side (right as you hold the helmet) looks to grip the shade, but when you activate the switch, it seems to slip free. As, if I do it slowly, it looks to work 'OK'. Troublesome. I just bought the helmet about 6 weeks ago, and my bike just came out of the shop and used it for the first time today.Jul 30, 2014
David M:Set the helmet on the table or your lap and grab one side of the lens with your finger tips and pull firmly straight out, you will need to use both hands. It takes more force than you think but the lens is tough. Repeat on the other side and click in the new shield.Oct 26, 2014
James B:Also note that the two sides of the visor have completely different types of attachments. One side comes out WAY easier than the other, so you get the feeling that you're going to break the other side. It is very hard to get out, just keep pulling.Dec 16, 2014
Mark M:The effect caused by yellow lenses is really only an increase in contrast during low light situations. Any tint before your eyes reduces the amount of light entering your eye. Then your iris will dilate a little giving you the sensation of more light once balanced, all that is achieved is more contrast light is introduced. It can help with reducing the amount of light from oncoming cars but even that is slight. The smoke color is darker and will block even more light, also the color tone is similar to natural and will not increase contrast, only lessen the available light. So to answer your question, the grey lens will only lessen the see-able light and in low light will lessen your vision. Yellow will change the color tone and provide more contrast and in low light your eyes will try to compensate but the light entering is still reduced there by lessening your ability to 'see more' at night, but may offer some relief from oncoming headlights.Jul 6, 2014
A shopper asked:Does the inner shield block UV rays? I own this helmet and the inner shield is an excellent sunglass replacement -- but only if it blocks the UV rays. I haven't found anything at the Bell site.. Does anyone know?Mar 26, 2015