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LaZer Monaco Pure Glass Helmet

One of the most compact and lightweight modular helmets available, the LaZer Monaco in its fiberglass version weighs in at around 3.5 pounds (1,600 grams). Monaco Helmets include the breakthrough Pinlock equipped Lumino Photochromic faceshield.  This helmet sets the new standard for rider comfort. 


  • M.D.C.F. (Multi Directional Composite Fiber construction)
  • Weighs approximately 1600 grams in size Large 


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


  • 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 faceshield & pinlock lens included
  • Quarter-turn faceshield screw attachment
  • Multi compressible tubular visor seal
  • Ventilation Full Air System (FAS)
  • Chin bar features easy one-hand opening system 
  • Specific helmet bag
  • 5 year warranty (2 years + 3 years after registration)

Note: Helmet ships with Lumino photochromatic face shield, not dark tint as pictured. Helmet has LaZer logo on forehead.

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LaZer Monaco Helmet 4.3 5 76 76
bought the white one in xl yet is tight. The lumino is excellent, works flawlessly in several conditions. The visor goes up very easy. The design is what it bought this helmet, but i have to say the fit is ok when im inside the helmet the problem is put the helmet. Cause the front part of the helmet near the cheeks is to narrow and very hard to fit in. My ears gets trapped everytime. Other reviews said the helmet will break. Well i hope so. It break a little but not the amount i ll want to be confortable. The sound is super loud, i will start using foam earplugs, to avoid the wind noise. The vision is very wide and pleasant to drive. The lightness is something to really love my first helmet was very heavy. the gmax 54s. Overall i love everything of this helmet except the tight fit. And the very narrow cheek space. January 20, 2015
Great helmet with lots of features I bought this helmet while it was on sale for Christmas , but I have to say I would have payed full price for this helmet. The amount of upgrades that are included in this helmet is just crazy for what you pay for this helmet. It is super light compared to other modular helmets and even compared to some full face helmets. It came with pinlock (anti fog)AND a transition lens shield (auto tinting) . This setup is great , had it out the other day and it tints quickly and it was about 19 degrees And I couldn't get the pinlock screen to fog. The helmet also came pre-wired for a bluetooth system that can be purchased seperatley. I love the style of this helmet and the fit is snug but comfortable. This is a quality helmet. January 12, 2015
lots of features Love the Transission lens gets fairly dark quick. Love the pin lock lens I been riding in upper 20's low 30's not fogging, do not crack open the visor at all stays warm, good seal around the neck. I do not wear my barclave with this helmet, no longer need it. Very light witch is very nice. CONS: fits very tight, pushes on my ears so I moved the pading a little made that pressure poing go away. Has no strap,clip,felco to hold the chin strap still so it slaps the helmet at hyw speeds-very anoying. The chin bar is hard to latch when I rode the 1st time with this helmet I closed the bar quite hard thinking it latched, it was very noisy while riding I puld on the chin bar and it opened and I was not able to latch while riding. I puled over could not get to latch,I took it off to see what the heck is going on. I figured out when off it latches easy,when on because of the tight fit it spreds out a little not allowin the pins to line up. So I push on the side of the helmet when closing the chin bar then it latches all the way, Now it is quite while riding a bit of a pain. after all that I like the helmet I got it for x-mas and have already put about 600 mile in it. Starting to losen up in side and feeling better. Liking it more everyday, but bothered about the latch and the noisy strap slapping the helmet. PROS: Has great air flow, And Light Weight "nice", Warm, Fairly Quiet,Breakes in about 500 miles, Warm, Pin Lock System is Great,NO Fogging, Transsion Lens is Great-love that. works fast. .................................... The Box got tossed out with the x-mas stuff so I do not know if I can return now if wanted to ?? would like to know!!!! Not sure if I will, I will ride 600 more miles next week and decide. the Pros I think out weigh the cons I can fix the strap slapping. and getting used to just pushing on the side of the helmet when latchind the chin bar. WOULD HOW EVER Like to get a responce from REV ZILLA or LAZER if this normal or Not. HAVE A GREAT NEW YEAR January 1, 2015
great features and air flow I bought this helmet because i was looking for a modular that did not have a drop down sun visor. The photo chromatic shield works fantastically, and the pin lock anti fog feature works like a dream. I can now breath normally on cold mornings, and even when i breath heavy there is no sign of fog. I wear a medium normally, and the medium here does feel a little more snug than normal around the jaw/cheeks, especially with the included sound dampeners in it, which i was able to remedy a bit by removing said dampener pads. This helmet is a little noisier than i expected, and when i put my head down, there is a slight whistle from the top vent, but a pair of ear plugs and a good posture fixes these issues. Overall I'm very happy with this helmet December 22, 2014
order one size larger if you have a fat head. I'm a husky dude, my head is an oval but since I'm a big dude I have fatter cheeks and wider jaw. I measured my head according to the size chart and ordered a large. Well when I got the helmet I was super stoked to try it on so I pulled it out of the box carefully to avoid removing the tags and tried to put it on. Well since I have such a manly jaw and cheek bones I made the helmet wider than normal and I could not for the life of me securely close the chin bar all the way down. I was butt hurt since It was late night and I had to wait till next day to call CS. The guy I spoke to was super cool about setting up an RA# and I told him I'm impatient like a kid on Christmas so he suggested I order one in a larger size since the larger one was in a closer warehouse. I did and it got here next day! The fit is pretty snug around my dome. My ears felt like they were gonna be ripped off the first time I tried it on so I started removing padding to find out what my culprit was. There's these fat ear pads inside that can push on your ears so if you have a manly head I suggest you take them out. I also had some trouble mounting a sena smh10 to the outside of the helmet but I was able to slide the clamp plate in between the neck collar and the fiber shell. The one thing that kinda bugs me is that the cables for the mic and two ear speakers have to go around the collar. I'll eventually cut the stitching to the collar so I can slip in the mic and speaker cables to hide them completely. As for the helmet it self. It's awesome, crazy light compared to my bell Mag-9, the white is a intense white which I like. The transitions lense works like a charm and the ventilation is great. Going from a 3/4 to a modular is a big change for me since I could barely hear my music at highway speeds in the Mag-9. In the monaco I can hear nicki minajs butt claps clearly. I'll post a video on youtubes eventually when the 3 days of rain leaves San Diego. December 13, 2014
This helmet extremely light. I fully recommend this helmet. Very light, love the transition shield, nice air flow threw out. I do get complemented on the style for a modular helmet. November 10, 2014
Fits true to size. I was between a Large and XL, so I took the advise of a lot of reviewers and went up a size to XXL. I think many people incorrectly think they need to go up a size because it's difficult to put on unless you pull fairly hard on the sides. I recommend taking the pads out on the sides and trying it on before returning it for a larger size. I ended up purchasing a Large. December 11, 2014
Runs Small, Terrible to Put on, Flimsy I just sent this back to Revzilla for a refund because it does not fit well. My head fits a size M helmet nice and snug and L also fits me, however a bit loose. I ordered size L of this Lazer helmet even though by measurement I am square in the M size. It is still a bit tight once on, feels like size M helmets fit me. Not a huge issue and I read in other reviews that it will break-in nicely, so it would have worked size-wise. However, putting it on and especially taking it off is a real pain! This is my third modular helmet (after Nolan and a Givi) and I have a pretty good idea of what to expect from one of these and how to use them. Putting the Lazer Monaco on (with the front up and out of the way, of course, I don't think it is even possible to put it on and take it off when closed# is a bit of a squeeze. Pulling out hard on the cheek portion helps put it on without completely taking my ears off, only with moderate pain in the ears. Once on, I still need to put my fingers in to straighten my ears from the bent and compressed position they end-up in after I squeeze in. The ear cups are a bit smaller than my ears, so the edges of my ears are more compressed in than ideal and than the center of my ears. Taking the helmet off is another matter altogether - painful no matter how much I pull out on the sides. Once on, it is fairly comfortable. It needs to be positioned properly #feels like you need to put it gently back from where it wants to end-up after you squeeze-in#, so that my chin does not touch the front of the chin guard. Once in place, it feel secure and stays there. Feels like it will protect well in a crash. The ratchet system works well, but I did not see a D-ring on it for locking to your bike. I would never trust a D-ring for that anyway, but since people complain about these things, I thought I'd mention it and that my Givi, with a similar ratchet system, does have a metal D-ring on one side that one can use for locking the helmet if desired. Ratchet systems work great, IMO, and having a ratchet strap does not preclude one from also having a D-ring on it too, like on my Givi. The fiberglass version of the Lazr Monaco felt a bit lighter than my plastic Givi and not lighter than the Nolan #as felt in my hand and on my head, did not measure#. So, while the Lazer is light, it is not feather-light in this construction. I would have bought the carbon version if it came in Hi-Viz, but I guess looks #i.e., bare carbon fabric# are more important to most folks than safety and comfort, so it does not come in lightweight carbon AND high-viz colors... Many rave about the transition shade that gets dark and light on its own. But I think this is not a good feature, unless you are mostly on the open road. Not me though - I park in dark garages and go out in the sun and for me it is much better to have a flip screen inside - the transition lens transitions slower than needed in such situations, leaving you partially blind when you get from bright sun into a dark area. The finish and paint were good on mine, except for the plastic piece near the nose on the inside that was not well attached and looked flimsy and about to fall off. The soft chin guard and the material around the neck are nice and get closer to my neck than on my other helmets - this is good protection from wind and cold. The locking mechanism works OK. Needs a bit more of a whack down to close than ideal, but I suspect it will loosen-up with time. Once closed it feels secure. This helmet feels more rigid and strong than my Givi and Nolan plastic helmets #and the same rigidity is to blame on the problems putting it on and taking it off#. The chin vent is not well designed - I could not figure out which way it is open or closed. I did not ride with the helmet so I don't know if it works or not. The screen does have cracked-open position, which leaves a bit bigger crack than I think is ideal and is not as strongly indexed as I think it should be #I suspect it might close while riding#. On my Givi it is much better defined with a reassuring click when cracked open #and stays there). Is it worth it? At the discounted price of $250, I'd say it is worth it, if you can tolerate putting it on and taking it off. It is not a $300+ helmet, IMO, despite the features. Maybe in carbon, due to the lighter yet weight. If they design changes in the future to make it easier to put on and off, I would buy again, probably. Though, I prefer a flip-down sun screen over a transition lens for the reasons outlined above. RevZilla should heed the many reviews here that say this helmet runs small and is hard to put on - most returns I think are due to this... December 10, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Rey P: Auto darkening lens and review Jan 27, 2015
john M: Price and quality Jan 23, 2015
Daniel L: wanted a modular to be my spear helmet ,, cant wait to use it Dec 30, 2014
Norman C: I was shopping for a lightweight modular helmet. The Lazer Monaco modular appears to fit the bill. The sales videos are very helpful in making my decision easier. Thanks! Nov 28, 2014
Barry M: A great helmet for an occasional third rider. Nov 28, 2014
LARRY C: Fabulous price on a premium helmet. I will use this for touring next year. Nov 28, 2014
Donald W: Style, photochromic lens, weight,price Nov 24, 2014
Morgan S: Really wish that the hi-vis version was going out but for the weight and quality I decided to go with the Monaco anyways and will just add some hi-vis material to it. Jul 25, 2014
Diego G: Lightness,the modular system is unique(articulates all the way to the back of the head) and the visor has pinlock+photochromatic, looks good and more like a touring not racing too. Jul 18, 2014
Jeff L: The reviews, and the Revzilla video of the helmet sold me, and it has been a great helmet for me! Jun 16, 2014
Chris P: Features for price, plain and simple. It isn't as refined and quiet as a C3 or Neotec, but I'll take it's photochromic face shield over a flip down visor any day. I can't say enough good things about the shield. The Monaco is solidly built, good looking, VERY light (even the glass version, though not as light as the carbon of course), and a great value. May 20, 2014
Kevin M: I chose this this helmet for the intermediate oval fitment and based on reviews of this helmet I have read. Beyond fitment the main points were light weight, tinted visor, variable cheek and comfort liner (you can purchase alternative liners in other sizes), and reviews I have read indicating that the ventilation was well above average. I am a touring bike rider and comfort and good fit of my helmet are critical to enjoying the ride.

May 15, 2014
Sean H: I wanted to have a lightweight modular helmet. Apr 22, 2014
Fernando N: Great line, the transitions visor rules. The fact that lazer uses only one shell size makes me think that it'll be a little snug for big heads like mine. Mar 14, 2014
ED S: reported light weight and the auto darkening shield Feb 9, 2014
Matt KStaff: Super light weight, reasonably priced and killer auto tint face shield Dec 30, 2013
Cesar Z: I chose this helmet because of price point and because of the transition visor, it is awesome. Dec 20, 2013
LEOPOLDO F: i chose in white please confirm Nov 25, 2013
Wilson L: Most long oval shape available in a modular helmet design. Nov 21, 2013
Thierry P: Love the helmet. Ultra light, very quiet and incredible ventilation system. The visor is outstanding, works very well, it is nice not to have to stop to put the sunglasses on or off.
He does fit really small. Definitely goe a size higher or two.
Nov 16, 2013
Marie S: Used my boyfriends helmet. Visor is amazing. Ventilation is awesome.Overall features are great and it looks great., Nov 7, 2013
Charles S: Wanted to try a modular helmet and liked the look and light weight of the Monaco. The addition of the photo-chromatic visor made my choice easy! Sep 18, 2013
Anita M: I wanted to stay with a modular helmet, but my current helmet was too heavy and giving me neck aches every time I rode. This helmet was the lightest weight modular on the market. Sep 9, 2013
Brenden C: Great helmet and functionality, but just not right for my head shape ( reg. oval ).

However I don't like that there's only 1 shell size.
Sep 4, 2013
Tracy M: Chose this helmet due to the price point as well as the lumina shield with pin lock. I live in Arizona so I also like the light aerodynamic feature and the ventilation. Watch the videos on this helmet and you will get what I mean. Chose the color for ease of care. Matte black is difficult to clean. All in all it has a desirable feature set , light weight, aerodynamic, with great visibility and air flow. Aug 20, 2013
Kyle G: After lots of research and humming and haaing I thought this would give me the best bang for the buck. The pinlock, photochromatic lens, finish and reviews are what swung me. I'll have to see if I made the right choice after putting some miles under it. I'm a daily commuter in the Pacific NW so all of these features really fit the bill. Aug 15, 2013
Tom Y: Looked great in the reviews and good reviews! Aug 8, 2013
Mike A: I originally was looking for a a helmet by another manufacturer, and even tried to purchase it from another online vendor with whom I had no problems with in the past. I have always gone to Revzilla to do my research on products and so when I was in the market for another helmet as a 40th birthday present to myself, I was disappointed when the "other" vendor screwed up my order and didn't seem to even want to make things right. So I decided after looking for a few weeks, I came back here to buy. Aug 8, 2013
A shopper asked: What certification does the Monaco have, ece? dot? Dec 4, 2012
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RevZilla: This helmet is DOT rated with a DOT sticker. While the LaZer helmets sold by RevZilla technically pass the ECE certification, they do not include an ECE certification sticker. Dec 4, 2012
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John A asked: How well does the Monaco work in the rain? I have a Lazer Revolution and it leaks terribly around the visor. Does the Monaco leak as well? I expect to ride in lots of rain! May 18, 2014
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Kyle P: I've had the Monaco for about 18,000 miles of riding in all weather. I've only had water get in when i left the top vent open in down pours. Light rain no issue's. I bought the rain blockers for the vent and never needed them. No leaks around the visor unless opened for air. The pinlock visor works awesome. No fogging. Overall it's a great helmet. May 18, 2014
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John T: I have not had any trouble with this helmet leaking while riding in the rain. There is a good seal between the helmet and face shield. The fit and finish on this helmet is excellent. I would highly recommended this to anyone.. May 20, 2014
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John T: I have not had any trouble with this helmet leaking while riding in the rain. There is a good seal between the helmet and face shield. The fit and finish on this helmet is excellent. I would highly recommended this to anyone.. May 20, 2014
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Russell I: John,

I live in Seattle and have been in light through heavy rain wearing this helmet. No leaks. It is well engineered and seals tight with a gasket that runs around the entire visor area.
May 18, 2014
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Chris P: I have had no problems with water ingression. On a trip last year through Ireland we rode in a hard, relentless rain for four hours one day and the Monaco did fine. May 19, 2014
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Gary V: Nope. Mine does not leak. I have been in some terrible downpours and it works fine. There are alway a few run throughs, but overall, it is great. May 19, 2014
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Jon H: I have not ridden in a heavy downpour, bur in light rain, sufficient to get everything darned wet over time, I have had no leakage issues. May 19, 2014
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Adam R: I have only been in a couple smal and short rains, it didn't leak bad.
I love the helmet.
May 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this helmet safer then a 3/4 helmet with CHIN IMPACT? Nov 7, 2013
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Russell I: There has been a ton of debate over this topic. In my humble opinion, modular helmets will offer a safety advantage over a 3/4 helmet for chin impacts just as a full face will perform better than a modular with the same impact. I read all the reviews and watched all the videos on this helmet before purchase and it was the correct fit for me feature wise. I'd wear this or a full face over a 3/4 any day. It's also one of the best helmets I have ever owned. Nov 7, 2013
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Donald K: just my opinion, but I'd say with the chin guard down, absolutely.
Check out sharp ratings for this helmet. According to them, the chin guard popped open in 37% of their tests… however, 63%, you're safer than a 3/4 helmet, and even in the 37%, it may have offered some protection in a real world situation.
Good luck.
and for what it's worth, this is my go to helmet!
Nov 10, 2013
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guillermo f: It may prove to be slightly safer on chin impact then a 3/4. But if that is your main concern then you may want to consider a full face helmet they are safer, lighter, and quieter then all modular helmets. I have no reservations about my Monaco its light comfortable, looks and feels more expensive then what i paid for it at Revzilla. Nov 9, 2013
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John T: I would think so because of the protection it offeres. It offers the same as a full face helmet. Nov 12, 2013
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Judith A S: In my non-professional opinion - yes. Nov 7, 2013
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Daniel L asked: will sena 20s bluetooth set work good with this helment? Dec 30, 2014
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Jeremy T: Yes I works good bu I don't recomend using the boom mic, I use the wired mic. The boom tends to get in the way with flipping the face up and gets pushed away when flipping the lface back down. Dec 31, 2014
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Vincent H: Yes, the 20s installs fine on this helmet! I have the 20s on my carbon fiber Monaco and the Sena10 on a glass Monaco helmet. Dec 31, 2014
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Vincent H: Yes, the 20s works great with this helmet. Dec 31, 2014
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Daniel L: does the wire mic wire get in the way, i just ordered this helmet and sena20,,, waiting for delivery ,, cant wait with a big smile on my face, its my first helmet, new rider, way overdue the day dreams are going to become real :) Dec 31, 2014
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Goutham S asked: Hi ! This will be first premium helmet. I measured my head size and the tape shows 56.2 cms, that's border line between MD and LG size.
In the reviews many people have opted to go 1 size up. Which size should i go for? I will be USA for just 1.5 weeks and would like to use this opportunity to buy this helmet.
Sep 22, 2014
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Tom Y: I've had 2 Monacos,both in large(58cm). The first one was snug but comfortable( the way it should fit) and lightest I've owned. The second is also snug but tighter on my cheeks w/c makes it uncomfortable (oddly the heaviest I've owned) inconsistency in quality?. I am confident it will break-in, but the weight difference? I love the transition visor (but wish there's a drop down visor aswell) beware, on a misty overcast ride when I went in a tunnel I had to open my visor cause I could barely see the bike tailights ahead of me. Base on the first Monaco I highly recommend, but definitely no on the second. If you can try them on for size is good, but if you can't then it's risky. I suggest other brand w/ drop down visors is the way to go. Shoei, HJC.... Sep 22, 2014
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Albert E: I owuld opt for one size up to the LG. I bought a large and my nugget was firmly in the LG range and it felt very snug from the start. The foam eventually settles, and now (about 6,000 miles on) I miss the face-hug a little.

Be aware that because it is a purpose-built shell (ie not a normal helm with the chinbar cut-off) you will need the bar open in order to put it on. I had switched from an HJC and didn't realize that requirement until after I had repeatedly failed to slam my big head through what is very clearly meant to be a neck-hole.

It lives up to the reviews, I rode straight across the sonoran chihuahuan and mojave deserts without sunglasses--love that visor.
Sep 22, 2014
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John T: I would go with the larger size. I talked to a customer rep and measured my head the way he instructed. I was sent an xlg helmet which was way too small. I sent it back for a 2xl which fits me fine. I have had no problems with this helmet and would highly recommended it...
John Townsend
F700gs BMW
Sep 22, 2014
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Ralph M: one size larger have two of these helmets love the photochromatic face shield Sep 24, 2014
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William E asked: I have this helmet. This is my first flip-up. I wasn't sure of what part to grab to shut it, so I opened the face shiled and pulled down on the chin bar, which unfortunately broke the breath guard. I thought, no big deal, I can replace it, right? Well, it does not seem to be removable, and I actually broke the connecting points forcing it out. Apparently Revzilla sells replacements, so I am perplexed about the supposed ability to remove it. Please shed some light on this. Thanks. Jan 27, 2014
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William E: Dan from Revzilla emailed me and explained that the breach guard tabs are glued into the holes. He offerred a replacement breath guard, but that is not an option due to the broken off tabs being glued into the holes. Hopefully I will find that the pinlock insert renders it irrelevant. Overall I like the helmet. Flip-up newbs, don't make my mistake. Jan 29, 2014
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Larry L: I'm sorry but this is more of a technical question that you might direct towards Revzilla. When I close the helmet I use one hand across the face just under the face shield and pull down. I have had to place some lubricant on the latch a couple of times because it drys out and it makes it a lot harder to close. Keep the latch lubed. Jan 29, 2014
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Frank B: i have had no prob with it, and im not sure about breather vent prob. sorry ;) Jan 29, 2014
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Brenden C asked: Since there is only one she'll size, is there any difference between installing large cheekpads in a medium helmet vs. Ordering a large helmet? Aug 31, 2013
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Gary V: This helmet runs a size too small. If you normally use a medium, you will need to order at large. The cheek pads are abnormally tight. Also, you need to take out the ear pad hole fillers because they push on the ears uncomfortably.
I like the helmet, but it took 2 tries to get the fit right. Love the auto tinting shield.
Sep 26, 2013
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Judith A S: My wife has a medium with standard cheekpads. The helmet fits her head and face pretty well. You want to have the shell of the helemt fit your head and then adjust the cheekkpads to fit your face. Buying a size larger helmet so it fits your face will compromise your safety in a crash. Sep 26, 2013
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Brandon D: I ordered a Medium at first and it was just way to tight along my cheekbones. Instead of buying different cheek pads I went ahead and swapped it for a large and it fits perfectly. Sep 26, 2013
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Daffyd C asked: Does the chin bar go all the way back? In some reviews it says the European does but it is not shown here in the videos. Oct 2, 2014
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S B: It does not go all the way to the back. It goes just a bit past the forehead. Oct 4, 2014
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Adam R: Yes it does, I love this helmet.

Oct 2, 2014
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Daniel L asked: hi, with this helmet,, when putting sena 20s on will the clap work or do you have to velco it on also does the neck cushion move out of way for wireing ? Jan 11, 2015
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Srdjan P: Hi:
Sena 20 attaches with an adhesive pad that is included with the product. Wiring is straight forward without any obstacles.
Jan 12, 2015
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A shopper asked: between the medium and large is there a difference in length. My jay leno chin was hitting the front on the medium, just wanted to see if it was worth a try with the large Mar 21, 2013
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RevZilla: I have the same problem with my Arai, but up until now I wasn't self conscious about my chin! Thanks for that! On the bright side, Jay Leno owns tons of bikes, so he's totally a good role model.

The Monaco only has one shell size, so the MD and LG will be the same exact length front to back. The only difference is that the LG has slightly thinner cheek pads, which could possibly help, but may not. At the end of the day, some of us with . . . voluptuous chins . . . just have to deal with it. It's obviously not ideal, but it's not the end of the world either. It's better to have a helmet that fits well around your head but has a cramped chin area than one that fits your chin but is too loose elsewhere.

Oddly enough, Mr. Leno has a pretty informative video about sizing helmets. Google "Jay Leno Arai" and you should find it. If he can find a helmet that fits properly, so can you!
Mar 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: I've searched the internet and can not confirm if there is more than one shell size. I assume no because only one size replacement face shield is offered... Mar 21, 2013
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RevZilla: The Monaco only has one shell size. Mar 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Updates since introduction of Monaco: new chin curtain, vent diffuser, rain stopper. Do the helmets you sell have the updates? Mar 4, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, the LaZer Monaco Helmets we carry include the new chin curtain, vent diffuser, and rain stopper. Mar 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: I noticed the rating on the Carbon, and the Non Carbon I believe are different. The difference was mostly in comfort. Why was there such a lower score in comfort in the two models. Feb 28, 2013
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zanfar: From what I have noticed, the product ratings are simply an average of the reviewers' ratings--as the two helmets have different reviewers, they will have different ratings.

I'm averaging the two product ratings together in my head to determine if this is the helmet for me.
Apr 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: How much soace is there for the chin in the monaco?

I currently have a scorpion exo1100, and one thing I do not like is that there is little space for my chin, and I am no Jay Leno at all. Just pushing my helmet slightly into my face causes it to smack right into the chin....just imagine if I had an actual crash on impact... I found the neotec had ample space, whereas the schuberth c3 was also cramped space. This would also impact the installation of a mic for Bluetooth. How else does the Monaco compare with the neotec...functionality of the flip up latch system, etc.?

Thanks Revzilla...I love doing business with you all.
Feb 25, 2013
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MrEyebr0wz: There is no chin pad for this helmet, the space where your mouth to you chin is open. They do make accessory for this helmet though. Feb 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the Sena SMH-5 work with this helmet or do you have to use the Lazwer BT system? Jan 26, 2013
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RevZilla: The SMH-5 should work fine on the LaZer Monaco Helmet, along with other Bluetooth devices as well. You are not required to use a LaZer Bluetooth Communication device for any of the LaZer Helmets. Jan 28, 2013
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A shopper asked: is glass as good as carbon fiber?? and are these 2 helmets same besides glass to carbon fiber diff?? and the obvious 150$ Jan 15, 2013
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RevZilla: Safety wise, there aren't many differences between fiberglass helmets and carbon fiber ones. Carbon fiber is definitely lighter than fiberglass, so if that is a concern for you, we would definitely recommend Carbon fiber Monaco. Concerning features though, the two helmets are virtually identical. Jan 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are you going to be selling the Window or Roadster graphics? Jan 10, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, we will be carrying both the LaZer Monaco Roadster Helmet LaZer Monaco Window Pure Carbon Helmet. Jan 10, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do you or are you going to carry replacement cheek pads? Mine are too tight and I need a thinner pair. Dec 4, 2012
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Andreas: Once the helmet braked in you won´t even think about other cheek pads. Dec 16, 2012
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A shopper asked: What head shape is the Lazer Monaco designed for? Also, does it have an internal sun visor? Oct 12, 2012
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RevZilla: The Lazer Monaco helmet offers a long oval headshape, but does not feature an internal drop down sun-visor. However, it comes with a Lumino photochromatic face shield that becomes tinted when the sun rays become more intense, and less tinted while the luminosity decreases. Oct 12, 2012
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A shopper asked: I wanted to know if this helmet came with or without Bluetooth. if not then do you carry the matching BT the works with this helmet Aug 23, 2012
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RevZilla: You, sir, have IMPECCABLE timing! We actually had the LaZer rep out from Belgium today and touched on this VERY subject. What he told us was that the Monaco will NOT come with the blue tooth, BUT we will be carrying it, though it likely won't be until a couple of months after we get the helmet. Give us a shout if you have anymore questions. Aug 23, 2012
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A shopper asked: Curious how long this pre-order is estimated to take? Aug 23, 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 / LG 835894 5414331370377 Out of Stock
Black / MD 835895 5414331370360 Out of Stock
Black / SM 835896 5414331376058 Out of Stock
Black / XL 835897 5414331376089 Out of Stock
Black / XS 835898 5414331376041 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL 835899 5414331376096 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Matte Black / LG 835873 5414331375938 Out of Stock
Matte Black / MD 835874 5414331375921 Out of Stock
Matte Black / SM 835875 5414331375914 Out of Stock
Matte Black / XL 835876 5414331375945 Out of Stock
Matte Black / XS 835877 5414331375907 Out of Stock
Matte Black / 2XL 835878 5414331375952 Out of Stock
White / LG 835887 5414331370391 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White / MD 835888 5414331370384 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White / SM 835889 5414331375983 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White / XL 835890 5414331376010 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White / XS 835891 5414331375976 Out of Stock
White / 2XL 835892 5414331376027 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / LG 875063 5414331376980 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / MD 875062 5414331376973 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / SM 875108 5414331376966 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / XL 875061 5414331376997 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / XS 875058 5414331376959 Out of Stock
Titanium / 2XL 875059 5414331377000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours