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Light weight but uncomfortable.
Nice light weight but has no place for your ears which causes me much discomfort. I had to trim the foam liner around my ears to be able to even wear the helmet for a short time. I tried the replacement check pads but they don't fit well, different design than the original liner. No way I could install any sort of intercom due to the lack of cutouts for your ears. Very noisy compared to my Arai Quantum. Very nice transition face shield (darkens in sunlight).
November 5, 2013
Excellent combination of great features and Revzilla value.
A feature rich helmet with carbon light weight construction, transitions visor, pinlock and great top 10 styling acknowledged by motorcycle website reviews. Revzilla pricing and service seals the deal.
July 30, 2013
The visor saves this helmet (though you have to buy it yourself)
Chances are the Kestrel Carbon will be one of the lightest helmets you've ever used, but for the price, there are helmets that are cheaper with better airflow around the same weight. I use this helmet alongside the HJC RPHA-10 and if you've used the RPHA-10, this helmet is only marginally lighter (its barely noticeable) despite being a carbon fiber helmet. The airflow on the RPHA-10 is much better all around compared to the Kestrel.
While the upper vents work fine on the Kestrel, the bottom vent leaves a little to be desired. Even when moving at moderate speeds (20-30mphish) the bottom vent doesn't flow as much air and you'll still be able to feel the warmth of your breath (this is with the breath deflector removed).
Luckily the thing that saves this helmet is the visor. If you get this helmet or any other Lazer helmet, get the photochromic visor. Is it that amazing? Yes it is. The optical quality is where this helmet shines. There are times where I'll be walking around inside and I won't realize the visor is down because the optical quality is so clear. That is, I won't realize the visor is down until it starts getting stuffy in the helmet. If the Lazer line didn't have the visor, I would consider buying a different line of helmets, but because it does it makes me consider getting another Lazer Helmet in the future. I've put about 800 miles on the bike now with this helmet and while it's not the one I always grab, it's the one I'll grab on a nice day because while you're riding, it'll give you a few similar to having no visor at all.
June 12, 2013
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Tina wold N: The design is awsome and it matches the the colors of the suit and bike.Nov 18, 2013
JULIUS P: I chose this because the one I wanted (all black, glossy carbon fiber finish, & $30 less) was no longer available in my size. Hopefully, the Carbon Light will meet my expectations when it arrives.Sep 23, 2013
A shopper asked:LaZer Kestreal Carbon,wuold like to know more about it's maker and where its made at.Does it come w/ various visor colors?,,,thanks,,,Mike,Kingsburg,Ca.Mar 11, 2013
JulioZX6r:the Company itself its in Belgium, made in china ( but this doesnt take away their product quality I am a proud owner of one myself ) You can contact them yourself at: firstname.lastname@example.org but they dont sell their products directly from them they do it through dealers like (revzilla)Mar 14, 2013
RevZilla:Lazer Helmets are currently made in China. Additionally, the LaZer Faceshield for Kite / Falcon / Osprey / Kestrel comes in 60% light tint, 80% dark tint, silver mirror, rainbow, blue mirror, and multi-color mirror.Mar 13, 2013