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LaZer Monaco Window Hi-Viz Helmet

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

Shell:

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

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LaZer Monaco Window Hi-Viz Helmet 4.3 5 72 72
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
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
Pretty Good! I went from an AFX FX-41 DS helmet to this. Smaller, lighter, quieter and much more aerodynamic... for the money, i wouldn't rate this any higher than the AFX. Both helmets are good for the price you pay. Favorite Features of this helmet are the visor and graphics. The transitions visor is awesome. The graphics look great. Weak spot in my opinion is the noise level. Better than the AFX, but still not "quiet." October 16, 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
Excellent Helmet I've had my Lazer helmet for over a year now, and have used it in everything from rain and cold, to hot and humid weather and over 10,000 miles. Some pluses to me: Hi-Vis color: I have no idea why the hi-vis model is on closeout, but if you're looking for a hi-vis helmet, this one is a deal. The contrasting colors make it show up better than if it was just a solid color. Weight: This is a light helmet. When you pick it up, you'll notice it. When you wear it all day, you'll notice it too...because your neck won't be tired from holding it up. Visor: Adjustment to light is quick and effective. For much of the year, I can leave the sunglasses off. Of course, I live in Seattle, so... Noise level: This one will vary from person to person, depending on the angle we hold our head and where the wind hits it. I feel it is a quiet helmet, in comparison with others I've used. I've read of people complaining of a loud whistle. Yes, you can get it...but all you need to do is adjust the visor opening position slightly. Ventilation: The upper vent works very well. The chin vent works better than some, but I wish there was the option for more air movement. Visor seal: When you can keep the visor closed, it doesn't leak water. If you ride in rain, that's important. Minuses: Quality: The quality of the helmets is variable. I've seen four Lazer Monacos. All were different. Of the three I had, the first seemed perfect. Great ventilation through the chin area. Fit and finish seemed great. But then the visor seal tore from the close fit of the visor moving past it. Revzilla was super at replacing it with another helmet. Second helmet looked like it was pieced together with left over scraps of material. Revzilla was again super at replacing it. Third helmet is the one I kept. Ventilation in the chin area is not as good as the first. Why? I don't know. I see nothing amiss. Fit and finish are super again, just like the first. So my advice is that if you get a helmet that doesn't seem right, don't try to live with it till you contact Revzilla Customer Service. Pinlock Insert: The Pinlock insert is both a plus and a minus. It does work well to prevent fogging. However, I occasionally get water to leak through the top seal of the insert. When it gets in, the water spreads...and doesn't go away till you take it out and dry the visor and insert off. Overall, it is worth the extra effort to make sure the seal is good before riding in rain. Minor nits: Comfort: Overall, the helmet is comfortable. This is probably only a personal issue, but on a long ride at about the 7-8 hour point, my ears hurt. There's no issue though on shorter rides. Visor opening: My previous helmet had more side to side visibility, but this one is not as good. It just means I found I had to move my head more when changing lanes. Overall, I would not hesitate to buy this helmet again. It is a delight to ride with. Chris September 26, 2014
Painful to put on and take off. I think Torquemada, the first grand inquisitor, had a hand in the design and construction of this helmet. Since all sizes of this helmet are from one shell size if you have a large (adult size) brain housing group you will find it very difficult to don and take off over your ears. Once on there is no room for glasses, even narrow wire rims, to properly align. To complete the experience there was a razor edge on the plastic of the chin curtain that sent me to the 1st aid kit. A full featured lightweight torture device. Disappointing because it really does have great features and qualities. September 17, 2014
great bang for the buck The fact that you get a pip lens and the visor is self tinting (darkens with exposure to light) is well worth the price. The fit was pretty tight at first but loosened up in the first week so keep that in mind before you curse and send the helmet back. I love the fact that when I have the face shield up it is much more aerodynamic than my previous helmet and I appreciate the fact that it has a reflective strip on the back that I can remove if I want. The airflow is great but sometimes I feel like I have to tilt my head down a little to really feel it but I ride in an upright position. If I had to ding it on something I guess it would be that I didn't think about the ratchet buckle- it doesn't give me a way to lock the helmet to the bike unlike D-rings do but I imagine I will figure some way to concur that problem. I would absolutely but this helmet again. October 20, 2014
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LaZer Monaco Window Hi-Viz Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Andrew B: The LaZer sale is just crazy good, I needed a new modular helmet and this one seemed to offer the best bang for my buck. Nov 28, 2014
Robert I: HI Viz...Light weight...Modular...Cromic Lense Jun 2, 2014
Paul D: Hi-Viz characteristics, head shape, styling, and the windshield. May 7, 2014
Kenisha G: Safety of hi viz and versatility of modular helmets Feb 1, 2014
Norman B: Great venting. Good fit. Photo-chromatic face shield works, but does not get dark enough in hot (above 105° F) weather. I live in AZ. Darkness is OK in sub 85° F weather. Jan 7, 2014
Thomas B: Great website and unbeatable prices. The helmet reviews convinced me to purchase a helmet made in Belgium. Great job and I will be back.

Realtom
Dec 11, 2013
larry s: I like hi viz and i wanted a ligher helmet Oct 24, 2013
Douglas P: because of the reviews. also price, the photchromatic shield, the styling Oct 21, 2013
Kevin I asked: Is the Lazer Monaco helmet DOT certified? I ask because only on the page for the Carbon Fiber model does it state it. Dec 31, 2013
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Robin R: Kevin I: Mine is not a window, it's plain white. Both are described as having a shell of "M.D.C.F. (Multi Directional Composite Fiber construction)." Mine bears a sticker on the back that says "DOT FMVSS No. 218 certified." The tag inside, where it's described as a "Monaco/GT2," bears the inscription "DOT / 218." Hope that helps. Jan 3, 2014
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Lynn W: Yes, it has the usual DOT sticker on the back of the helmet. I will add that this is one of the best all around helmets I have ever owned. Feels tight at first, I removed the small pads where the ears go, but breaks in quickly. I like it so much I just bought another Monaco.

Lynn Witt
Jan 3, 2014
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Gary V: Yes. The Lazer Monaco is DOT Certified. It is a great helmet and very light, especially for a modular. I really like the automatic darkening face shelf, especially in the summer. Jan 1, 2014
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Harrell A: Yes, the LaZer Monaco Window Hi-Viz Helmet is DOT certified. Though not part of the question, I do highly recommend this helmet. Jan 1, 2014
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Norman B: My Pure Glass model has a DOT label on the back of the helmet. I have been very happy with the helmet.

Norm
Jan 1, 2014
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Thomas B: I loved the Laser Monaco Hi-Viz but returned it because it was too small (XL) and I picked a different brand. Jan 4, 2014
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Ronald P: No, it is not DOT certified but does meet the ECE 22.05 standard, which exceeds the US DOT certification. Jan 1, 2014
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Judith A S: I just looked: the helmet has DOT painted in silver letters on the back. Jan 1, 2014
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Douglas P: Yes, there is a DOT sticker on the back of the helmet Jan 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: The LaZer Size Chart lists a MS (22.4"/58cm) and a ML (22.8"/58cm) - in the Product's Size selection pull down there is only a M listed. Which M is it #MS or ML#? Feb 18, 2013
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RevZilla: For LaZer models that don't have the MS/ML sizing, the MD is 57-58, instead of MS 57 and ML 58. Feb 18, 2013
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Larry G asked: Does the LaZer Monaco helmet have a setup for the Gold Wing intercom system? Aug 23, 2013
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Tom Y: I've only ridden 370 miles with the Monaco, and found what seems an insignificant weight difference from my Neotec to be a significant surprise! NO SORE NECK! I can only imagine what the Pure Carbon would be? My Neotec (med.) does fit me perfectly and Monaco (lg.) a bit on the tight side. The speaker ear pads are thick and became uncomfortable after about an hour. I can put on the Monaco with a bit more effort than the Neotec but removing the Monaco can be painful to my ears. I also ordered the LazerLink com but could not pair it with my Scala Q2 in spite all my efforts! The Lomino shield is adequate except with the sun in front of you. The Monaco was quieter than the Neotec until I removed the ear pads due to the discomfort aforementioned. I hope this is helpful, Pure Glass Monaco for $334 is a keeper! Aug 26, 2013
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Lynn W: I don't use one but I know that there are ear spaces for phones. So if that is what you need t may work. I think that Lazer has their own system.
Having said that, I am 3500 miles into a 5K ride and the helmet was brand new the day I left. I really like it. Best helmet I have ever owned and less expensive than anything nearly this good. The shield is excellent.
Aug 25, 2013
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Judith A S: Larry - If by "a setup for the Gold Wing intercom system" you mean some type of coiled-cord plug-in interface to the built-in bike intercom - no it has no such setup. It is, however, pre-wired for LaZer's own Bluetooth wireless system. Aug 23, 2013
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Norman B: I have not seen anything advertised. The LaZer Link Bluetooth kit fits in the helmet and the helmet is pre-wired for it. You can view the LaZer Link manual on the internet.

I really like the helmet.

Norm
Aug 23, 2013
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Cheryl M: I use the Sena blue tooth intercom system...which works great. I don't see why you couldn't use the Goldwing intercom system. I would check with Goldwing service people to see how you set it up. BTW, this is a great helmet! Aug 23, 2013
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Patrick M: The intercom that laser makes for their helmet uses Bluetooth to connect. The Goldwing uses a hard wired system. I haven't seen a Goldwing specific model for the laser but that doesn't mean there isn't or wont be one Aug 28, 2013
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Adam R: It does have BT built in, I imagine it can be set up with any compatible devices regardless on brand. I don't have gold wing so I don't exactly know.
Other then that really good helmet.
Aug 25, 2013
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Kenisha G: It has it's own speaker system set up for you to purchase the corresponding speakers and boom mic. Its not generic or Gold Wing specific Aug 24, 2013
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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.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Fluorescent Yellow/Anthracite / LG 875049 5414331377123 Out of Stock
Fluorescent Yellow/Anthracite / MD 874990 5414331377116 Out of Stock
Fluorescent Yellow/Anthracite / SM 874991 5414331377109 Out of Stock
Fluorescent Yellow/Anthracite / XL 874992 5414331377130 Out of Stock
Fluorescent Yellow/Anthracite / XS 874993 5414331377093 Out of Stock
Fluorescent Yellow/Anthracite / 2XL 874994 5414331377147 In Stock: Ships next business day