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LaZer Monaco Carbon Helmet
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LaZer Monaco Carbon Fiber Helmet

The LaZer Monaco Carbon is approximately 1,500 grams of pure lightness in carbon fiber, making this one of the lightest modular helmets in the world. Monaco Helmets include the breakthrough Pinlock-equipped Lumino Transitions Photochromic face shield, this helmet sets the new standard for rider comfort. 

Shell:

  • Pure carbon fiber shell construction
  • Weighs approximately 1515 grams in size Large 

Safety:

  • Double homologation, full-face and open face
  • Micrometric buckle
  • 3 reflective zones (3M Scotchlite)
  • Rear reflector (3M Scotchlite)
  • EPS - optimized upper insert protection

Interior:

  • Interior is 100% removable and washable
  • Morpho System Plus (cheeks and head pads available in multiple sizes)
  • Dri-Lex interior - Aegis with antimicrobial treatment
  • Flexible removable nose deflector
  • Flexible removable chin curtain
  • Removable noise reduction pads
  • Acoustic collar for noise reduction

Other Features:

  • Lumino photochromic Pinlock face shield & pinlock lens included
  • Quarter-turn face shield screw attachment
  • Multi compressible tubular visor seal
  • Ventilation Full Air System (FAS)
  • Chin bar features easy one-hand opening system 
  • Specific helmet bag
  • Designed in Belgium
  • DOT certified
  • 5 year warranty (2 years by default + 3 years after registration)
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LaZer Monaco Carbon Helmet 4.5 5 89 89
Enjoy the windshield only complaint i have - if its one ----- is that it is quiet ... i have speakers on my fairing and i really have to put the volume up in order to hear the music ... other than that, i am very happy wit the helmet. January 19, 2015
It's incredibly light. I've worn several helmets in my life, none have come close to how light, ventful, and clear the lens is even after transitioning to a darker shade. It fitted a little snug at first on my ears but it's loosened up some for better comfort. Since then it's been comfortable. I like the easy flip open and the chin strap. They both make for easy opening when having to show my face for Id verification getting through security. The vents, it's shape, lightweight make for great ventilation and stability during slow and high speeds. Never knew they could use carbon fiber to produce a DOT certified helmet light and comfortable. I think it was a great buy for me. Thanks for the opportunity. January 19, 2015
LaZer Monaco Carbon Fiber Excellent lightweight flip up helmet in sexy carbon fiber. Fit is on the TIGHT side. Nolan N104 was a Medium. Had to go to an XL in this helmet after ordering a large. But Revzilla is just fantastic to deal with, so the return was no problem. Pluses -- Light, transition shield, pinlock antifog insert is included. Minuses -- Tight putting on and removing helmet. Had to develop a new technique to keep from tearing off my glasses and earplugs. Once you find the way that works for you - it's OK. January 10, 2015
I will buy another & one for the bride too! The cheek pieces pinched my cheeks too tightly so I pulled the foam stuffing out of them & now it is a perfect helmet. If you want to know more than this just watch the video, it's spot on. Larry December 29, 2014
Tight lightweight helmet I bought this as an upgrade for my normal commuting helmet and so far I am happy with it. It is a bit tight, but I expect that to loosen as I wear it. I really like that I can pull out all the pads in the interior to give them a wash. the lightweightness of this helmet is also an added bonus. December 29, 2014
Solid Modular Haven't actually ridden yet with the current weather and holidays, but extensively played around with it, stripped it down, etc. Very tight fit initially, but this is recommended. I can't get the helmet on and off without flipping the face up, and the carbon doesn't look like it will give much to clear the sides of my head/ears in the future. However, this is a good safety perk, as it's highly unlikely the helmet will fly off the head no matter what forces are involved. And not recommending this, but it almost negates the need for the chin strap, which is uncomfortable on my neck structure (too far back and rubs my adam's apple a bit). Chin strap opens/closes super easy, at least. The photochromatic visor is everything it's cracked up to be. Very low distortion, quick enough change, clear at night, smoky in sunlight (possibly not dark enough for some, but better to err on the side of vision). The pinlock system works like a charm, making it nearly impossible to fog the visor. Other critiques are the size of the shell. I have a Large, and it's clearly not as svelte as other helmets. More shell sizes may help. With the face flipped, the helmet can look even bigger and may create a sail, and or unbalanced feeling on the neck. It's the chunky ADV look, to go with the chunky bike, jacket, and pants. Remember, the fiberglass/plastic face/visor is probably as heavy as the 3/4 carbon helmet. You should only have it up in low speed situations like traffic, but long distances may become a chore. Just part of the modular compromise for any helmet, I suppose. Prewired is nice, but the Lazer comm products definitely need an upgrade, so I'll likely not use it. You can definitely tell the quality. Not sure it's worth MSRP, but definitely a look/try at the sale price. December 29, 2014
Very nice helmet! Just got the helmet, and have put about 100 miles on it. My first impression is that it is very light, as advertised. It is a replacement for my Nolan N-105, which I liked very much. But after 5 years of wear, the Nolan was due for replacement, and after seeing the review about the Lazer Pure Carbon, I decided to try something different. The Nolan was just plain worn out from constant use. It had about 25,000 miles on it. It was my favorite helmet of the seven that I own. My likes for the Lazer? 1. Light weight. 2. The Transitions face shield. It is awesome. A clearer shield I have not found, and having it change to dark smoke in the sun is great. 3. Style. Looks great! 4. Air flow - first helmet I have had that you can actually feel the wind on top of your head. 5. The quick release buckle. My Nolan had one, and I love them. What don't I like? The release mechanism on the flip-up. Kinda balky, and not as good as the Nolan. I hope it limbers up some with use; we will see. And the fit is very snug, but in talking with Revzilla about it, it seems that I probably have been wearing my helmets too loose all these years! I like this helmet very much; I think I have found a new favorite! December 22, 2014
Excellent modular This helmet holds true to expectations. It is VERY lightweight and the transitions lens works great! The only drawback is the tightness at the cheeks. I wore it around the house to the joy of my children, to try and break in the cheek pads. The first few rides I kept short as the squeeze on the jaw/cheek area was pretty significant. I will report though that after almost a 500 miles the fit is much better. The helmet is a great purchase. December 22, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
victor h: I was wanting a full Face but I also like the fact that this is such a light helmet at just over 3 lbs. There are a lot of other feature that I like. I like the Shield and the fact that it should not fog up Jan 26, 2015
Georgia G: based on reviews and lightweight Jan 23, 2015
Charles S: I already have a regular Lazer Monaco and really wanted a carbon fiber model! Jan 19, 2015
Stuart B: I've used Lazer Helmets before when riding on my dirt bike as a younger person. Now as a touring rider, I've decided to stay with Lazer. Styling , durability, comfort and cutting edge technology all contributed to my choice. Jan 10, 2015
Michael S: I had been in the market for a good modular helmet, and after reading the reviews and positive comments about this helmet decided to give it a try. The unfortunate fact is, Lazer only uses one shell size for this entire Carbon helmet line. I could only squeeze the helmet on with much pain and gnashing of teeth. Not a good thing for a long distance touring helmet. I used Revzilla's fair return policy and did just that, returned the helmet. Jan 4, 2015
Steve N: Needed a new helmet and the reviews on this one were good. Good price for the features I was looking for. Jan 2, 2015
W R: Looking for good quality modular helmet and this looked like the best value based on the review.

Particularly liked the following features:
1. carbon fiber exterior.
2. photochromatic faceshield.
3. Light weight.
4. Airflow design
Jan 2, 2015
Jared W: Good helmet at regular price but the sale made it too good to pass up. Jan 2, 2015
mikey p: after researching and looking into modular helmets - the reviews of this helmet lead me to believe its what I'm looking for .. time will tell Jan 2, 2015
Gregory K: Great price on a very highly rated, great looking helmet. Lightweight with a photo chromatic face shield. Dec 31, 2014
Dennis H: I've been looking for a modular carbon fiber helmet and this one had very good reviews. Dec 28, 2014
Michael L: I have reviewed about 7 helmets looking rating in noise, weight, looks and fit. At this time I feel this is the best helmet that fits my needs. I have had my old helmet for about 5 years and wanted to upgrade. Dec 27, 2014
Clarisse K: I was looking for a more oblong head shape in a modular style which was also eyeglass friendly - this helmet seems to fit my criteria and I can't wait to try it on. Dec 26, 2014
Bernardo M: I chose this helmet for the color, the look, the lightweight and the ZLA Award. Dec 18, 2014
B O: I have a bad neck, so having a VERY light modular was a big deal. Has a self darkening visor and has a pinlock system all included. This guy runs small. I have a 22.5 inch skull and ended up with a large, despite what the chart said. Dec 17, 2014
Robert E: I chose the Lazer Monaco Carbon helment because I like the looks, quality, functionality and price. Other factors were bluetooth compatibilityand self tinting pinlock visor. Dec 15, 2014
mike d: Form, function and price. Dec 12, 2014
Ian L: Lightest, Safest, Most Versatile Helmet. Looks Great. Dec 11, 2014
Chang L: Wanted try something lighter than c3pro Dec 9, 2014
Jennifer C: transition lens and high rating for quietness and fit. Dec 9, 2014
K L W: I chose this helmet because of the very good reviews! and i want to try a modular design. 40% off pushed me over the top!
excellent buy.

Thank you Revzilla!
Dec 8, 2014
R. Douglas G: Features & Value. Dec 5, 2014
Paul B: Value, cost and features. Dec 1, 2014
David T: Design and sale price Dec 1, 2014
mark w: great value Nov 29, 2014
John E C: Features of helmet, plus B.F. sale. Nov 28, 2014
Barry M: Features and Price ... not easily found in Canada. Nov 28, 2014
Lincoln W: Great reviews around the web an unbeatable price from Revzilla made for an wasy purchase. Nov 25, 2014
Charles T: Combinations of features, price, and value. Nov 24, 2014
Chris W: Great Price and great reviews!!:)) Nov 24, 2014
Joseph S: It has features I have been looking for. Light weight and light adjusting face shield. Nov 24, 2014
Lawrence W: I chose this helmet based on it's reviews and it was on sale 40% off. Nov 24, 2014
Kevin B: One word. SEXY. This helmet is a work of art. Plus the photochromic shield is awesome, which is a $100 upgrade included in the price of the helmet. Nov 2, 2014
Bill B: For the wife. I already have one. Oct 10, 2014
Thomas S: great reviews on revzilla, modular design, light wt, decent noise rating, and the automatic tinting visor Sep 27, 2014
Tammy L: I'm looking for a new helmet and this has out standing reviews. Sep 10, 2014
michael l: The promised low weight, the break back modular part in case of a accident, the included auto tint lens, nice looking design, not a pointed chin to hit sternum in a accident. A modular helmet saved my life years back, Deer strike at 55 mph. It's worth buying good safety equipment, it's a no brainer. (pardon the pun) Sep 5, 2014
Dave K: Photo chromatic and pin lock lenses already included? Can't beat that deal! Sep 2, 2014
B R: The carbon fiber is lighter and it goes with a theme on my bike. The helmet has good reviews and i wanted to upgrade. Here's hoping that's what happens. Aug 28, 2014
Marc D: beautiful helmet, just didn't fit my head properly... Aug 16, 2014
Jeremy A: Light Weight, photochromic pin lock and positive customer reviews Aug 7, 2014
Brad B: I had a bad motorcycle accident 14 months ago...Among other injuries, I broke all my vertebrae in my back and neck, except 5...I choose this helmet because, while the Nolan I was wearing during my accident probably saved my life, the Nolan I bought to replace the one I was wearing in the crash is just too heavy now, and causes extreme neck pain...I am hopeful the lightest modular helmet out there will help alleviate that. Jul 30, 2014
Chris S: I wanted a very light modular that I could use for my daily commute. Plus the LaZer has the convenience of coming with a pin lock ready photo-chromatic so I don't have to worry about a second tinted shield or deal with fog in the morning. Jul 30, 2014
Ken m: could not find in canada... seems to be perfectly priced for all the features.... will wait and see.... Jul 29, 2014
Sherri S: Super lightweight, and the color changing shield. LOVE THIS HELMET. Jul 14, 2014
Demis L: It is different, and according to reviews, It is a hi well made helmet. I want to try something different than Shoei or Schubert... Jul 7, 2014
Scott R: Highly rated helmet. Light weight carbon fiber is awesome. Sizing chart for fitting is way off! Cheek pads were way too tight. Ordering different cheek pads to reduce pressure. Love the photochromatic visor. Jul 7, 2014
Ronald S: Simple...It's the lightest modular helmet in the market!! Jun 26, 2014
Vaughan N: Awesome features and positive reviews. Jun 20, 2014
William D: good reviews and weight Jun 4, 2014
Michael A: Its light weight. Jun 4, 2014
Gary P: light weight Jun 3, 2014
Dr. Robert W R: Light weight ....face shield thermo features..it took 2 returns...the helmet runs very small size wise...should advise folks before buying....I wear a small normally and the Large finically feel great and I love it light weight, cool and face shield darkens and lightens like perfection..... Jun 3, 2014
Delfin C: For the light weigth and the transition lens. Jun 2, 2014
Lee R: I chose this carbon fiber Monaco helmet because of the review in BMW Quarterly magazine. May 26, 2014
Zul O: Weight factor and photochromic faceshield May 23, 2014
Michael H: Carbon Fiber Modular May 15, 2014
M P: lightest modular helmet available May 14, 2014
Patricia M: Base on the reviews May 13, 2014
Michael S: looking for modular light helmet...1st helmet for me, so would like to try this. May 6, 2014
W A: Saw the video and want a light weight full face helmet as my other helmets are too heavy. Saw the comments about how to get a proper fit by switching out the cheek pads and am willing to work with Revzilla to get the proper fit. May 1, 2014
David C: Was searching for helmets. Came across this one and was happy to see there was a review video. The video was extremely helpful and made me want the helmet even more. I will definitely come back to shop for other items. Apr 9, 2014
John D: Very unique, featues, photochromatic lens. Apr 3, 2014
Nathan B: Lightweight, flip up helmet, with a photocromatic lens. When touring or taking a quick jaunt it is great to have the flexibility to take a swig of water or eat an energy bar without having to always pull the helmet off. Mar 28, 2014
Mark M: Leading edge in motorcycle helmets! I did a lot of research on it and i feel like it is what im looking for, my first helmet purchase and probably the last investment on a helmet. Cant wait to get it! Mar 26, 2014
Teresa B: 2013 ZLA Award Mar 24, 2014
Scott L: My current cheap helmet proves that you get what you pay for. I hope this purchase proves the same. Mar 9, 2014
C H: Light weight carbon fiber and the lens. Feb 19, 2014
Howard S: Wife had issues with the heavier helmets, likes a full face on cooler days and long rides, so it fits her needs... Feb 13, 2014
Colette L: I have a neck condition; my old helmet is too heavy and I get a lot of pain after riding an hour or so. My husband spoke of a carbon helmet and I have been looking for the lightest modular helmet on the market. I love the idea of getting the transitions Photochromic face shield too. Jan 7, 2014
LUIS A: I CHOOSE THIS BECAUSE I NEED A LIGHTER HELMET , AND THIS IS THE LIGHTER FOR MY NECK HEALTH ..... THANKS ! Dec 26, 2013
Jorge G: I wanted to try a different company for helmet other than the everyday ones, i love it!!! Dec 21, 2013
Bob c: I like the look of this helmet Dec 12, 2013
Joe T: Light weight, photo chromatic lens, good looks, reputation for good venting. Dec 2, 2013
Kenneth Z: Modular, Lightweight, Great Airflow Nov 8, 2013
Jerome A: good engineering with the helmet. lightweight and very comfortable Sep 27, 2013
Jeff B: After trying the Shuberth, Arai, and Shoei full face and modular helmets I was convinced the modular helmet was the choice for me and lighter the better overall. Look forward to using this asap! Sep 1, 2013
Claude V: This helmet is the best quality and light. It did the job and saved my life on June 21, 2013 as I was air born during a car collision with my motorcycle. Aug 14, 2013
A shopper asked: Is either the dark vizor shown available, or a mirrored vizor for this helmet? Jan 15, 2014
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Melissa L: The visor is photochromic. As shown, it is dark as it would be outside in sunlight. Generally, inside or in cloudy conditions, it will lighten some or completely.

I don't know of any mirrored visors available for this helmet. As stated, the supplied one will get quite dark relatively quickly when exposed to sunlight but it will not appear mirrored.
Jan 16, 2014
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Jorge G: The faceshield is photochromic and darkens really fast depending on light and temperature, the photo shown is the shield when is at it's darkest... as far as I know there's no option for a mirrored shield. Jan 15, 2014
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Steve B: The standard visor is photochromatic (?) and changes from dark to light with ambient light. I also have a standard, clear visor that does not change. The Revzilla guys are great, btw and so is the LaZer. Jan 15, 2014
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Andrew S: You do not need or want it. Get the photochromic and you are set for dark or bright light. Jan 16, 2014
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Daniel B: My helmet came with a transition lens. It gets dark automatically in day light.
Dan
Jan 15, 2014
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LUIS A: Ir turns dark with sun light ! It's very nice !!! Jan 15, 2014
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Richard H: The visor that comes with it gets dark in the sun. Jan 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have had photo-chromatic glasses in the past and when it got hot outside they barely changed in the sun, does this shield suffer from the same problem? May 12, 2014
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Amy S: I live in Las Vegas, and it doesn't get much hotter or sunnier. The photo-chromatic visor is quite dark and completely clears as needed. It's so bright here I would actually wear sunglasses under the helmet as well if I could. But that is one complaint I have about the helmet - I have found it impossible to wear wire (as in, very thin) glasses under the helmet. May 18, 2014
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David M: I don't have any experience with photo-chromatic glasses but I found this shield works quite well. It's not super dark but good enough. The only issue I have is going thru tunnels as it does not clear up quick enough but I think that's expected. May 12, 2014
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Jay G: I have been using my LaZer helmet for months and have never noticed this problem at all. It seems to work exactly as advertised, in any weather. I do not bother to carry sunglasses any more. Hope this helps. May 12, 2014
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Douglas R: I live in Houston area, don't get much hotter than this, I have had this helmet for two summers, love it.
The shield changes shade no problem heat or cool weather.
May 12, 2014
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John D: Its not going to be as dark as DARK SMOKE but will get to about a light smoke which is enough to take the edge off the glare. I havent noticed it NOT changing. May 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: Watching your review videos on this carbon fiber helmet and the other Monaco fiber glass helmet and reading the reviews from customers who have bought these 2 specific helmets talking about the noisiness. Is this carbon fiber helmet less noisy then the fiber glass helmet?

Also, I wear the Bell Mag 9 helmet, medium in size. Will this carbon fiber helmet fit the same?

Thanks,
Jun 3, 2014
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Rick T: Hello,
As far as the noisiness compaired to the other Monaco fiberglass helmet I can't say cause I have never worn the fiberglass model, but I do have a shoei fiberglass flip up helmet and there is no noticeable difference in noise levels.
The Lazer Monaco carbon helmet is true to fit, so just make sure you have an accurate head measurement and it should fit fine.
Jun 4, 2014
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RONALD M: Unfortunately I can't speak to much comparitably about the quietness of carbon because the Monaco is the only full face helmet I own. I did have a Shoei for only a few days and I like the Monaco a lot more. It is light weight very comfortable and quiet enough for me. I know when I switch to my Bell 1/2 helmet it takes me a few days to readjust to the wind noise.

My Bell and my Monaco are both a large however with the Monaco I bought the XL cheeks pads because I found that the ones that came with the helmet tighter than I like but, that's my preference.

Hope this helps

Ron M
Jun 3, 2014
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John D: I own the carbon fiber version and yes you get some wind noise but not bad. Any modular helmet is going to be noisier than a full face one piece helmet. There would be no difference in noise between the monaco carbon or glass version. Also I should mention the neck roll is nice and snug and the chin guard net helps keep air from entering underneath. Jun 19, 2014
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A S asked: Is this helmet DOT certified as a full face helmet, or only a 3/4 face? Apr 3, 2014
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Ivan M: it's a DOT and ECE certified. I believe it is certified as a full face helmet. It's a light, well design helmet. I love it. the photosensitive faceshield works really fine.
I bought it because of the double certification and its specifications.
check the web site for more details.
Apr 13, 2014
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John D: Yes it is DOT approved but I do not see SNELL or ECE approval ratings on mine. Remember these are NOT to be ridden with the lid in the up position. Apr 10, 2014
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Ivan M: It's not SNELL, but DOT and ECE yes. I check it in the web page before i bough it. It's an certified european helmet for europe an america. All ECE helmets have a tag under the chin strap!! Apr 14, 2014
A shopper asked: I have a Modular Helmet and while riding in the rain it leaks in to the helmet from the top of the visor so was just wandering dose the Monaco Lazer carbon fiber helmet leak in the rain also? Hope not would love to have it but not if it leaks I ride in the rain and all weather types only mode of transportation. Nov 13, 2013
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Richard A C: Mine does not leak, however, I ride a Goldwing, so it not like I my helmet is getting the full force of the water like it might on other bikes. Additionally I have not yet installed the little rubber plugs into top vents. I carry them on the bike as I expected to need this sometime this summer when I did get caught in the rain storms, but thus far the Monaco is dry. BTW I expect you will grow very attached to the transition shield, as I did :) Nov 13, 2013
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Alan K: I have only ridden in the rain two times since purchasing the Lazer Monaco Carbon helmet and it did NOT leak. I ride a Victory Vision which has a full faring and electric windshield that diverts rain over my head. I do not know if the helmet would perform the same on a naked bike.

Over all, I have been extremely satisfied with the helmet, especially the weight.
Nov 13, 2013
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Brian F: I have ridden a few times in the rain and once a fairly heavy downpour and I did not notice any leaking. When I was researching this helmet I read something along the lines of a customer complaining about it - rain getting in and I think he was referring to the top vent. I did not experience that either. Nov 13, 2013
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Brent K: Mine leaks almost every time it rains. It's not coming from the top vent either, it comes from the visor gasket not having a proper seal. It drives me nuts and I know water is beading off on the outside but it comes on the inside and stays there and eventually starts to affect my vision. Apr 7, 2014
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David C: Lazer Monaco Carbin Helmet
Answer to Question : I have not had any problems with rain leaks as long as I remember to close air vents as vents really work
Nov 13, 2013
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Andrew S: I assume so. Did you get the rain plugs for the vents? That is probably where the rain comes in. Can also cover the vents with tape. Nov 13, 2013
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Daniel B: I never noticed a leak like that. Had a little fogging problem in the rain but that's it. Nov 13, 2013
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Clarence R: I have only used the helmet in light rain and had zero issues. Great helmet! Nov 13, 2013
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Ivan M: Mine does not leak Apr 14, 2014
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Jeremy V asked: I wear Oakley straight armed prescription glasses with a slight bow in them, will this helmet cause problems with that style of prescription glasses?
Thank you
May 5, 2014
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Patrick E: Well, ...about the only honest answer I can give is ..Maybe?
I do ware glasses, but not while I ride. I would think there's enough room, but then that's only a guess on my part?
I guess my advice would be to order the helmet and try it out. If it doesn't fit with the glasses? Send it back!
HopE that helps!!
Patrick
ps? this is my everyday helmet. I think it's the best helmet I've ever own. and I've been riding for almost 40yrs.
May 6, 2014
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Mohamad Arief M: Hi there..pls bear in mind that this helmet only hv 1 shell size and its quite tight & fit compare to my c3pro n caberg duke for the same L size..u might need to go try it 1st with ur glasses before buying...
But u can buy the bigger inner pad if it is too tight..the different between size is only on the inner thickness..
May 5, 2014
Kenneth Y: I have the same type of glasses and they fit great. There seems to be a space especially made for this type of frame:) Dec 16, 2014
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Andrew S: cheek pads are tight. I have trouble wearing glasses with this helmet but may work since I got larger size cheek pads. May 7, 2014
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Kim D: I don't think it will be a problem, it is a great helmet, try it and if there is any problem return it May 5, 2014
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Richard H: I'm not sure what bowed means but my wife wears perscription glassed with the helmet with no problems. May 7, 2014
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Walter R: No, when I first got the helmet all nes.. it was a little tight but just love it. May 5, 2014
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Claude V: Absolutely not. May 15, 2014
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Fabian F asked: From reading several reviews almost every other person has had an issue with the extreme tightness of the cheek pads. Would going down 1 cheek pad size alleviate the tightness? Or does it get more comfortable as ride with it on and is only a matter of breaking it in? (I have big cheeks lol)
Thanks anyone who can answer.
Dec 29, 2014
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Marc D: Hi Fabian,
I have a slim face and a 'David Bowie-type cheek thing happening' So, I don't think I can help you that much. The Monaco is a pretty snug fit, but the cheek pads were fine for me. In my 30 years of riding experience, any helmet that is immediately too comfy will only get too large on your head as it ages - a helmet should be very snug without actually hurting you. Once it can wiggle around on your head it won't be fully doing its job in a crash. My issue with the Monaco, was with the proximity of the chin bar to my nose - the helmet was too round for me (not that it is a really round fit, just not long enough to provide enough room for my facial features).
Yes, all padding and foam will compress a bit as it ages and become a bit roomier...lean on the snugger side and you will find the comfort comes briefly afterwards.
cheers! Marc
Dec 29, 2014
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Lee M. S: Fabian - The cheek pads are tight to begin with but do break in a little. I would recommend going down 1 pad size if you have concerns. We put over 3,000 miles on the bike in one week last summer going out west and the helmets did a great job holding the rain out along with being much lighter on the neck muscles on the long ride days.

Lee
Dec 29, 2014
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Laurence K: I had the same issue. It is VERY easily solved by simply pulling the stuffing out of the pads that rest against your (big) cheeks. Takes about 2 minutes. Now the fit is perfect & very comfortable. I would recommend this brand & model to anyone & will buy another. Hope this helps. Revzilla is the best!!!!!!! Dec 29, 2014
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Michael N: I had to go down one cheek size and it was perfect. I'm also big cheeked. Dec 29, 2014
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John D: Fabian....I have a rather large head and somewhat big cheeks too. I am a stocky 5'9" 230lbs and an XL fits really good. I will say this isnt a long helmet but more round. Your mouth and nose are pretty close to the chin guard so at high speeds (Above 150) it will press back into you face a bit. My NEXX is a long style and does not do that. This is a great modular overall with very good tight tolerances with quality feel and workmanship. Dec 30, 2014
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Khaqan A: I had similar issue but a couple of weeks of use addressed it. Dec 29, 2014
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David T asked: Is there a locking point on the helmet so it can be locked to the bike? I did not see one in the review, if not what are some of you doing to lock the helmet if you do not have a trunk. I will be on a Harley 1200 Custom so it limits my options and was thinking of using a old style bicycle cable lock and running it through the visor. Jan 18, 2015
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Alan K: The helmet does not have a standard D-ring strap. I use a light weight cable with attached combination lock to secure it. The one I have is long enough to also run it through a jacket sleeve. Jan 19, 2015
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David T: Thats a great idea Alan I did not even think of using the cable to lock my jacket. Jan 19, 2015
Patrick E: This helmet comes with a quick-release ratchet mechanism used with the chin strap. ie>> no D ring to attach too. Your "old school" method sound's like it would be the way to go.
BTW: it's my favorite daily ride helmet. Great helmet.
Jan 18, 2015
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Patrick E: This helmet comes with a quick-release ratchet mechanism used with the chin strap. ie>> no D ring to attach too. Your "old school" method sound's like it would be the way to go. Jan 18, 2015
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Melissa L: No. Since it doesn't have a D ring chin strap, there is no convenient locking point on the helmet. Your idea of using a cable lock sounds like the best option. Jan 19, 2015
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Kim D: Run a cable through the visor, it is the best helmet I have on a fell face, I have 3 bikes and love it Jan 19, 2015
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Joe R asked: I really like this helmet but one thing is holding me back. I bought another brand (cheaper) helmet that had the quick release buckle like this one. Had to be the most uncomfortable part of it. They way it conformed to my neck almost cut in to it. Any comments on that part of this helmet would be appreciated? Dec 28, 2014
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Veronica S: I have this helmet and I really like it. The chin strap clip took a bit to get used to but it is so much quicker than the two-ring set up. The chin strap has a wide cushioned strap that goes underneath it that keeps it from digging in to my neck/throat. It does tend to catch on the collar of my KLIM Latitude jacket when I have it fully zipped up. Since I have a good sized fairing on my Harley Heritage I seldom have it zipped all the way up so that has been a plus. Dec 28, 2014
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steve r: I can't speak for the helmet you bought, But I did buy the Laze
Monaco with the new type European neck strap & buckle 6 months ago , Its the best helmet Ive ever owned, [ & Ive owned Shoei Multitec & Arai ] the helmet is super light, the Photo grade shield is great, the chin strap with the quick release is great , affords quick on / off

steve r.
Laguna Hills, Ca.
Dec 28, 2014
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Scott L: It doesn't present any issues for me, in fact it's one of the things that I really like about the helmet. But I'm sure it can be different for different people. Revzilla's no-questions-asked return policy means all you'd be out is the return shipping should it bother you. I had to take advantage of this when I had to go up a half size with my order. Dec 28, 2014
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YAIR S: Hi,
One of the main reasons that I purchased this helmet is the quck release mechanism.
I wish it would be adopted by the shoei pepole.
The reason I say it is that I like my lazed but I like the shoei
Far more
But yet this mechanism to me is excellent
Hope I was helpfull
Dec 28, 2014
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James S: Latching mechanism works great and is comfortable. Dec 29, 2014
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Anthony T asked: I just ordered my Arona Evoline Series 3, and just saw this helmet. Got me wondering, only a $50 dollar difference, which one is better? Nov 1, 2014
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Paul Q: Hi Anthony
I purchased the Lazer Monaco because of its light weight, 1300 grams. The photchromatic visor was a bonus, as was the ventillation. I had a Nolan, it was very heavy and after 760kms my neck would spasm, quite painfully, with the Monaco, that neck pain is virtually gone. With the Nolan if you even thought about fogging the visor would, I had to ride with the visor open 90% of the time, ventillation was an abstract feature Nolan put in their sales ad. The Monaco has 2 sources for air intake and two ventillation exhausts which allows you to tune the amount and source of ventillation air in the the helmet. A seperate anti-fog visor is supplied but I don't use it that much and I ride in cold weather. Finally the Photochromatic visor is by far the best feature of the helmet, forget your sunglasses you'll not need them whether it is dark or sunny the rider sees the same light level inside the helmet, why this feature hasn't been adopted in other helmets is a mystery. As for the Arona I have no experience or opinion, frankly I stopped looking at helmets after I bought the Lazer. Hope this helps.
Paul
Nov 2, 2014
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Richard C: HI Anthony,
I absolutely love this helmet! I would buy it again in a heartbeat! The lens changes to a dark shade when you are in the sun..it's quiet and the people at the place I bought it..were great! I highly recommend it!
Good luck in your search..but this helmet rocks!
Mark Berry
Nov 2, 2014
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Anthony T: How is it riding in the open position? Nov 3, 2014
Abdulaziz A: I've been using this LaZer Helmet for more than a year it's good light helmet well crafted but after 50 miles speed its a bit noisy also bit tight on my cheek I will give it 6 of 10. If you have a chance try to wear both and see which one more comfort to your head. Nov 3, 2014
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Anthony T: How is it riding in the open position? Nov 3, 2014
Clarence R: I have the Carbon fiber helmet. It has nice features, is light weight and the visor works perfectly. Nov 2, 2014
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Anthony T: Sweet, thanks for the input. I did the weight difference between the lazer and the arona..the difference is 200grams in favor of the lazer. My arona was delivered today, so I'll get to try it on when I get home, and if I don't like it, i might exchange it.... Nov 4, 2014
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Andrew S asked: Once pinlock antifog shield is installed can I clean it like usual? i.e. currently I use S100 special service cleaner. Will that be okay to use on inside and outside of this photochromic shield? Oct 22, 2014
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Ron T: The outer shield is fairly easy to clean with a mild cleaner and very soft rag. However, the pinlock shield is very hard to clean, I had to replace with a new one after I tried to clean it and it scratched. I'd recommend taking the entire lens shields off the helmet ( leaving shields connected) and rinsing them under running water, then lightly drying it with a super soft lens cloth.
The good thing is that the cost of replacing the inside shield is pretty inexpensive.
One more thing, don't carry any keys or sharp object in side your helmet, anything scratches that inner pinlock shield.
Good ride.
Oct 27, 2014
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Fred R: I have to admit I don't use any particularly special cleaner on the face shield, but that being said I clean the shield, with pinlock installed, inside and out regularly with glass cleaner with no problem. In addition, the pinlock uses plastic tabs to hold it in place. With no adhesive involved it's quite easy to take it in and out of the shield when desired. Oh, and by the way....the pinlock works great. Oct 23, 2014
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Daniel B: I don't use the pin lock shield. I've been using Plexus cleaner very successfully on every ride since I got the helmet. I think your spending too much on cleaner. Oct 23, 2014
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Daniel B: My apologies, it looked like $100 cleaner rather than S100 to me. That's why I said to much spent. Sorry. Oct 23, 2014
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Andrew S asked: Once pinlock antifog shield is installed can it be used at night without any problems? I read somewhere that on some you cannot. For those who have used at night what is your experience? Oct 22, 2014
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Andrew S: That is great news! Thanks for sharing your experience. Can't wait to ride with it and experience if for myself. I've been using a half or 3/4 helmet with my '10 Ultra Classic and it is so cold in the winter. Looking forward to being warm and able to see through a clear shield.

NOTE: I ordered a medium sized helmet and had to send it back for a large. Revzilla is amazing - I ordered helmet last night around dinner time and it was at my house today before lunch!
Oct 22, 2014
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Kim D: Yes, this is the best helmet I own, I have ridden in day light and at night and the pin lock is flawless Oct 22, 2014
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Alan K: The pin lock is clear and has no effect on night time visibility. Oct 22, 2014
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Richard P: I had no problem at night with pinlock installed. Oct 23, 2014
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Steve B asked: Hello - I have a question around the sizing of this helmet. I currently have a Shoei Hornet for off road and wear an XL in that helmet. Obvious concerns for me around buying a helmet online are mainly around fit and sizing so can someone who knows the comparison assist me or, what specific measurement are they referring to in this sizing chart, e.g. is it forehead to base of the head, largest part, etc? May seem like a dumb question but for $500, I'd like to get it right the first time.

Many thanks,
Steve
Jun 25, 2014
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David M: Not sure if this would help you, if not maybe someone else can benefit. I have a small Arai Corsair V, a MS (medium small) AGV Corsa and a small LaZer Monaco and they all fit perfect. I do warn that the LaZer Monaco is the hardest helmet to take off but of course it is a modular helmet and you open it before taking it off. I've never had a Shoei so I can't compare sizing with the Shoei. I measured just above my eyebrow at 55.5 cm. Jun 27, 2014
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Douglas R: Love my helmet, light weight and the lens changes from clear to smoke gray don't even notice it.
Sizing I wear a small but purchased the medium helmet but had to get the XL cheek pads, fits nice now, runs a small, I contacted Revzilla and told them my head dimensions and they directed me in the right direction.

Revzilla has a youtube video on sizing, very good.
Jun 25, 2014
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Jim B: Definitely go a size up. These are typically narrow vs all other helmets. Great helmet, but I normally have a large, but needed XL cheekpads for it to fit properly. I do recommend the helmet, but it is wise to order a 2XL if you normally wear an XL.
Jim B.
Jun 25, 2014
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Steve B: Many thanks, Jim! Jun 25, 2014
Jay G: I think the helmet runs a little small. I wore a Large HJC, and bought a Large Lazer Monaco. I ended up returning it for an XL which fits perfectly. Hope this helps. Jun 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, I want to know witch helmet is better for me, between : LaZer Monaco Carbon Fiber Helmet or SHOEI RF-1200.?? I want to use it for long distances, normal speed, all kind of roads. And also, is very important to me that it have Bluetooth because I want to speak with my accompanist when I'm riding with her.
Regards,
Jun 5, 2014
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Ermin M: I can not comment on differences between helmets but I use my Lazer Monaco behind wind screen and it is great for that. I imagine it would be noisier than SHOEI RF-1200 in the wind but it is to be expected as flip helmets usually are. I just rode 7300km in mine across the USA and I loved it. It is light, it has photo sensitive shield and it stayed dry in some torrential rains.
I did not have to take it off at the stops and I was able to use my SLR camera and drink water with the front up. It also comes with a pinlock screen and that is not cheap if bought separately.

As for bluetooth we used G9 scala devices. They worked fine at any speed. Lazer does come prewired for their own solution but I did not purchase that. They have notice that volume is not enough for high speeds and that would have been an issue on my trip.

I would recommend it to anyone and for the price I think it can not be beat...

Cheers!
Jun 5, 2014
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S K: I think this would be an excellent choice for you. It is very lightweight (for a full face helmet) so comfortable on long rides. It has the photochromic shield so adjusts automatically to changing lighting conditions. It also has cutouts and wiring (for their own Bluetooth). You just pop out the foam around the ear, replace it with your speakers, and run the wiring. I love mine for all riding except when it gets too hot down here in Florida, and then resort to a half helmet. Hope this helps. Jun 5, 2014
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Paul Q: Hi
I've worn the helmet for rides up to 700kms ( 437 miles), neck fatigue is minimal, ventilation is great and the visor removes the need for sunglasses. I use a Uclear intercom system, no boom mic and it's Bluetooth compatible so I can use my ITouchallong for tunes and the Garmin connects quickly also. The Uclear also accommodates a cell phone but I don't indulge. I haven't used a Shoei so I can't comment. Hope this helps.
Jun 5, 2014
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Kim D: Lazier is excellent, good air flow and very light, also pin technology and photo chromatic visor, no blue tooth built on Jun 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: I purchased the LaZer Carbon helmet and just purchased the Scalarider G9, been trying to find a way of installing it on the helmet, without using the stick pad, plus the boom mic does not fit under the front shield without pressing against my chin, does not fell comfortable.
Any one use the G9 with this helmet?
Apr 21, 2014
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Ivan M: I have the G9
You have to use the stick pad. It work for me.
The boom follows the helmet's shape and at the end you bend it and put it inside the helmet and it doesn't bother you at all, but i guess that depends on how the helmet fits you. Since the boom is flexible you can adjust it every time depending on your needs.
I'm happy with it. Love the helmet and the G9!!
May 26, 2014
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Alan K: If the Scala doesn't work for you, consider switching to the Sena SMH-10. I have it installed with the clamp and instead of the boom mic, I use the wired mic velcro'd to the front edge of the cheek pad. It works just as well as a boom mic directly in front of your mouth. Apr 25, 2014
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Ermin M: I have G9 and I do not use sticky pad. It is standard mount against the shell of the helmet. Mic boom goes down and in the helmet. There is plenty of room and you need to position mount so that mic ends up in the right place. Jun 5, 2014
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David C: Sorry do not have comm unit on my helmet Apr 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: will the Monaco Lazer carbon fiber helmet have bluetooth? Hope so. Oct 19, 2012
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RevZilla: LaZer helmets do not come with Bluetooth pre-installed. The helmets will be set up to accept LaZer Bluetooth systems though. On a related note, we are expecting a Bluetooth System to be available from LaZer in the next few months. Oct 22, 2012
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MickConnolly: They have invented a Bluetooth comes pack called the lazer blue but it from what lazer told me it will not be available until at least mid year. Feb 21, 2013
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Phil L: The LaZer come PRE-WIRED for their BT set-up. I personally have always used SENA, so I removed their wiring set-up and installed my SENA. Mar 4, 2013
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mab0852: It's prewired, but the Bluetooth module, speakers, and mic are sold as a separate package. Dec 4, 2012
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Joe R asked: Would it be possible to get a measurement of the speaker pocket recess, depth and diameter? Dec 19, 2014
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John D: It accommodates my Sena speakers with no problem at all. Has a decent cutout but I think I had to makes some trimming adjustments for a PERFECT fit. Dec 30, 2014
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S K: I get about 1/4" deep and about 2" in diameter. Hope this helps. Dec 20, 2014
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joe k: sorry, the fit was too small, i returned it the next day. Dec 19, 2014
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Greg D asked: I see some discussion of a Lazer Bluetooth system but I already have the Sena SMH10R system fit into my Arai XD-3. Are the ear pockets deep enough to fit the speakers into this helmet? The speakers are about 2" diameter and 1/4-1/2" thick. Mar 15, 2014
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Paul Q: Hi Greg
I use a U-Clear system and I didn't have an issue with the ear cups, lots of room. Wire exit is a little far back on the helmet though. Ventilation, weight and the photo chromatic visor is amazing, I will buy another when it's time to buy a new helmet. Hope this helps.
Paul
Mar 20, 2014
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Dave B: I have the same system. There's enough room for the speakers but they don't sound good for music. Talking to other riders or my passenger is good. Music...tinnie Mar 20, 2014
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Greg D: Yeah, I know how the music sounds. I have been using the Sena for a over a year now. Tried music once. Don't need the distraction while riding. Mar 20, 2014
Claude V: Yes there is sufficient space there.
Claude
Mar 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: If I buy a large and it is to big, is it just a matter of swapping out the liner to make it a medium? Feb 9, 2014
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Richard H: Yes. As far as I know the shells are all the same size. We have swapped pads in ours. Feb 24, 2014
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Derek B: No. The liner is not removable. It does have removable ear pieces. Feb 9, 2014
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LUIS A: YES IS A ONE SIZE HELMET , JUST BUY THE LINERS Mar 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm ready to buy an XL Lazer Monaco Carbon Fiber helmet when you can include the Bluetooth setup with the price. Do you think there will be such a sale? Nov 26, 2013
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Jay G: As a consumer I can only guess at the answer, but am skeptical this will ever be available since doing so would further raise the price of the helmet and many people have particular preferences as to what brand of communications system they want to use. For example, my riding friends and I use SENA systems, and I was able to easily transfer the unit from my old helmet to this one. I hope this helps. Dec 9, 2013
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Steven J: Don't know about a sale but check out the review on the lazer Bluetooth. They aren't good. As for the helmet, I love mine. Is sized small, I wear a XL which usually is fine but the lazer is snug. Love the face shield and light weight. Dec 9, 2013
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Richard C: Not sure... But that helmet is "killer!!!" I love it... And I'm sure that you will too ! The Bluetooth will fit ! But definitely rest assured its a get helmet! Dec 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: What head shape does the Lazer Monaco Pure Carbon Fiber Flip Up helmet fit best? Sep 23, 2012
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Phil L: I have I think more of an "OVAL" shape head, but I think it is a very neutral fitting helmet. I measured my head (over and over) at 23" and LaZer said LARGE, it fits perfect. Mar 4, 2013
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mab0852: It's just over neutral to the long oval side. The fit and sizing run the same as Nolan in my experience. Dec 4, 2012
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RevZilla: The Monaco has a neutral head shape, so it won't be too round or oval. Sep 25, 2012
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A S asked: Looking at getting this one as my first helmet. Don't have to much experience with the fits of the different brands but i have tried on medium Schuberth C3 pro and it was a bit to much of a round shape. sides felt fine but had pretty good pressure on the front and back of head. Will this helmet fit a little narrower than the C3 or about the same?

Thank!
Dec 18, 2014
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John D: Its more on the round side rather than long and is a great modular helmet. I have a big round head with chubby cheeks and an XL fits fine. Dec 30, 2014
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Bernard G: its once size smaller, so if you"re a medium probably you need a large one Jan 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does this helmet meet Australian Safety Standards? Dec 7, 2014
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Kim D: It's american DOT, you check Dec 7, 2014
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John D: It is ECE approved. Dec 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: I pruchased a the Lazar Modular helmet from you folks several months ago. I would like to install a communication system so I can hear my Garmin 660 LM GPS. Do you have product that works well with the pre-wired speakers besides the Lazer manufactured commmunication system, it has terrible reviews? Sep 4, 2014
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Alan K: I installed the Sena SMH10 with the mount that has a wired mic instead of a boom mic. The mic is velcro'd to the edge of the cheek pad and it works well. I found the speakers pressed on my ears so I made the ear pockets deeper with a dremel to remove some of the styrofoam. I removed the Lazer wiring harness as it would be redundant. I am extremely happy with the sound and transmission quality of the Sena in this helmet. Sep 18, 2014
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Clarence R: I use the Sena System and it works hreay Sep 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the photochromic shield block UV A and/or B rays? May 27, 2014
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Nathan B: Yes. I recently purchased this product and within the User's Guide it states the Lumino Photochromic visor protects against UVA and UVB radiation. (As a side note the percent light transmission ranges from 20% to 80% according to the incident UV radiation - the more UV rays the darker the visor) May 27, 2014
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John D: Yes it does and it transitions nicely both ways. Im glad I bought this helmet. Jun 19, 2014
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William V asked: When can I buy this helmet at this price with the Bluetooth unit included? Black Friday? If so, I'm in. Nov 26, 2013
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Ron R: Good luck with that answer. Just an fyi...I purchased this and the Neotec and I don't use the lazer anymore. Take a look at the Neotec if you haven't already. A little heavier but quieter and a more solid feeling helmet IMHO. Feb 9, 2014
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Paul Q: Hi I use a U-Clear system which is external and has no boom mike to mess with. The helmet is great as far as ventilation, weight , visibility and the auto-dimming of the visor. Why restrict yourself to any one system, personally I prefer to select a systems that have the merits that I want. Price wise the helmet is worth the money for the quality of helmet you get, doubt I will be changing manufacturers anytime soon. Dec 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: I just received my Larzer Carbon from Revzilla and love the helmet and the customer service is, again excellent.
I am assuming the rain stoppers come installed, but I am writing to validate this assumption.
Neither he included manual nor Lazer Web site offer instructions on how to install and remove the rain stoppers.
Before I go prying, I though it best to ask the experts! :)

Rick
Mar 13, 2013
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Germax: I did not get stoppers with mine, if there are installed you will get no air flow so it is quite clear. I got no instructions but it is just rubber item that closes air intake. Contact support and they will send you stoppers if you did not get them.

Cheers!
May 1, 2013
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RevZilla: Actually they don't come installed, they're in a separate plastic baggy - and they're fairly easy to install / uninstall - but if you have any questions, give us a call! Mar 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this helmet comply with as1698 (Australian standard for motorcycle helmets)? Really hope so. Nov 22, 2012
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MickConnolly: I contacted the aus broker for this helmet...no sign of it coming to aus yet. Went into Peter Stevens and they could not even get me a price or when I could get it here. So my answer to you is no time soon...it does not even seem to be planned to be here yet from the info I have gathered.
Lazer direct just told me to contact the local distributor!
Feb 21, 2013
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RevZilla: Helmets purchased from RevZilla (or any other US dealer) are US DOT certified, they will NOT include an AUS standards sticker. Nov 23, 2012
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A shopper asked: Ready to buy for myself and my wife, but concerned about sizing and fit. I measured both of us. My size is 23.75 inches and she is 21.5 inches. Both sizes fall between the sizing chart ranges. Which way do I go? For her...The chart says XS = 20.9-21.3 and SM = 21.7-22. (what happened to 21.4 - 21.6?) She is 21.5, really. And for me, I'm 23.75 LG = 23.2-23.6 and XL 24-24.4 (What happened to 23.7-23.9?). I noticed in the video when the measurement was taken it actually read 23.25 and Anthony quoted 23. That's a 1/4 inch he tossed out. Please advise? Jan 23, 2015
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Steven J: I would go up in size. My Monaco fits tight. It's a X-L which normally fits me perfect but is quite tight. Jan 23, 2015
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A shopper asked: I just measured my head, and is between 24 1/8 to 24 1/4 inches. I have an Arai RXQ in 2XL and it fits pretty good, I'm just wondering if this helmet in 2XL would fit me? Thanks. Aug 19, 2014
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Jon S: 24 1/8 inches is 61 1/2 centimeters. Neither of those sizes are really considered 2xl by any helmet manufactures I have seen. It is possible the Aria you have is the wrong internal shape for your head and thus why you have a 2xl. These measurements are closer to Large, or maybe the helmet is too large. The shark is a more round internal shape, I am not sure if the Aria helmet you have is perhaps more harrow. If I was you I would order a Large Shark and if it is too loose or tight return it for the next size XL, but Shark doesn't make a 2xl. Aug 25, 2014
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Greg D asked: I am interested in this type of helmet because I often shoot with a DSLR camera while out riding. I would like to be able to stop, flip up the front, grab my camera, look through the eye piece and get the shot. I tried on a Shoei Neotec and I could almost get the body of my Canon EOS 40D up to my face but it was a tight fit. Can anyone tell me if they can fit their DSLR to their face with the lid open on this helmet? Mar 15, 2014
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Matt F: I dont use a camera with my helmet on but I will say that I love this hemet,it is so light and confortable,the only thing with this helmet was the removable cheek cushions that came with the size helmet i ordered were way to tight,I ordered smaller ones which were actually bigger because the size goes by your head/ cheek size so I had to order larger ones which are actually phisically smaller,totally backwards logic but it is what it is I guess. Mar 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: Now that the helmets are finally in stock, I really need a thinner set of cheek pads for my Carbon? My jaws are killing me after I ride Apr 15, 2013
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RevZilla: BOOM! I've got your cheekpads right here: Apr 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: I head from the video that this has 2 shell sizes. I'd like to know at which size it switches to the larger size. Mar 16, 2013
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RevZilla: Actually, the Monaco only has one shell size. Whoops! We'll be correcting the video shortly. Mar 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Where can I purchase the Bluetooth kit for this helmet? I don't see it on revzilla. Dec 27, 2012
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sthompson: I would highly recommend the sena10. If you buy from Revzilla you can get money off your next purchase from them. In my. Case I bought a pair of sena10's and got $10 off my next purchase! The sena10 work great if you have a blue tooth phone or gps. I have an IPhone and downloaded a gps app on my phone now I can hear gps directions in my helmet along with my music from my phone easy to install to you helmet too.
I can send you a pic if you like hope this helps
Dec 29, 2012
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LaZer Monaco & MX8 Helmet Sizing

Size Measurement (cm)
2XS 51-52
XS 53-54
SM 55-56
MD 57-58
LG 59-60
XL 61-62
2XL 63-64

Note: the measurements indicated here give the best chance for a perfect fit based upon RevZilla's experience, these measurements may not match what is indicated on the product packaging.

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

Click here to see the full LaZer Helmets Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black Carbon / LG 835852 5414331375860 Out of Stock
Black Carbon / MD 835853 5414331375853 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black Carbon / SM 835854 5414331375846 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black Carbon / XL 835855 5414331375877 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black Carbon / XS 835856 5414331375839 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black Carbon / 2XL 835857 5414331375884 Out of Stock