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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 Photochromic face shield, this helmet sets the new standard for rider comfort.
Pure carbon fiber shell construction
Weighs approximately 1515 grams in size Large
Double homologation, full-face and open face
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
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 by default + 3 years after registration)
Note: Helmet ships with Lumino photochromatic face shield.
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Sanjay S: Came across your YouTube videos. Very educational and comprehensive. I was in the market for a light modular helmet, thought I'd give it a chance and ordered the LaZer Monaco. Waiting to actualy try it on and take it for a ride.Jun 22, 2015
where else can I get a full carbon, modular helmet that comes with a photochromatic face shield that is also pinlocked?
great features and reviews. I hope the sizing is true or close.Jan 28, 2015
Georgia G: the reviews I read and the lightweightJan 23, 2015
Gino C: I was in the market for either a full face or modular helmet, and this one just stood out based on reviews, features, and looks. Awesome price, especially on sale, for a carbon helmet. I'd been meaning to get a carbon helmet down the line to match my ride, a Ducati Diavel Carbon, and the price of the Lazer Monaco was too tempting to pass on. Excellent reviews across the board and RevZilla's exemplary reputation sealed the deal. First time shopping here, and if all goes well, I'll be back!Jan 17, 2015
Derek C: Picked this helmet due to great reviews and carbon fiber safety benefits. This helmet is a great bang for your buck if you want a modular with great included features. Can't beat it!Jan 6, 2015
John C: Looked like a good value. Unfortunately, it was too small. Even though my head circumference was within the spec range, the helmet was too narrow, and the chin bar was too close to my chin. Too bad they do not offer a 3XL.Dec 27, 2014
A. David B: The LaZer helmet had decent reviews and the price was right.Dec 12, 2014
James H: Reviews online, good price, and desire to replace my Schuberth C3 with something of comparable performance and much lower price.Dec 9, 2014
Aleta S: my boyfriend reviewed it carefully and this is the helmet that he wants. also, i have a full face lazer and i love it!!!Dec 2, 2014
Ted A: It is a beautiful helmet with great features.Nov 28, 2014
Paul C: I have wanted one since they came out Sweet price made me do itNov 28, 2014
Lorien F: My son needed a helmet and liked the versatility of a modular style. This had great reviews for comfort and durability and was on sale. Voila, Christmas present taken care of...Nov 28, 2014
JIAN k: good deal at 300 with the photocromic lense and pinlock shieldNov 28, 2014
serge c: After reading the reviews, it seems to be a good buy.Nov 28, 2014
Nicholas M: Wanted for a while, and saved a lot on Pre Black Friday saleNov 25, 2014
Albert K I: The carbon fiber, modular, and most important the high reviews on the photochromic shield.Aug 9, 2014
Cedric B: Super lightweight, carbon fiber strength, photo chromatic shield, and retro black/white color for visibility and style.Aug 7, 2014
Alberto B: I wear glasses most of the time because contacts irritate me. I have transition glasses but they don't transition with other helmets because of the UV protection on the shields. I have other modular helmets that are heavy and loud. This seems like a good lightweight option for me.Aug 7, 2014
Joel Q: Super features !! Photo reactive shield , modular Ultra light weight !! AND Looks Groovey !!Jul 30, 2014
Chris P: This is my second Monaco. The first one is being replaced after 17 months of use because of a drop. I strayed and checked out an RPHA Max, but the shape doesn't fit my head shape, and I had some other issues (see my review of the RPHA Max). My only two knocks on the Monaco is that it is a little loud at highway speeds (ear buds take care of that,) and there is no snap or retention for the loose end of the chin strap. Otherwise, it rocks and is my personal favorite.Jul 17, 2014
William M: I liked the video information about this helmet. The Hi-Viz was out of stock and I'm getting my bike in two days so I went with the brightest one I could find from LaZer (which actually matches the color on the bike).May 21, 2014
Douglas Z: Love the looks of this helmet. Super light weight, photochromic lens, Pinlock, modular, pure carbon, under 3.5 lbs. Did I say light weight?? What's not to like.Aug 13, 2013
A shopper asked:I measured my head as instructed and got a 58cm. Im in between a Medium and Large and looking to get the Window Pure Carbon. Im getting conflicting opinions on which to get as the reviews have said they run small and I should get the large but I don't want to get the large and be left with a helmet that could have a better snug fit. Would appreciate your help on this. Need to be certain and dont want to go through bringing the helmet back for a replace as I live outside the US. Do I get a Large or Medium?Dec 18, 2013
Frank M:Regarding your sizing question for the Lazer Pure Carbon Monaco helmet. I have an oval to round shaped crown that measures 561/2 cm. I also have a square jaw and wide cheekbones, making my face more square or round rather than long. The Lazer size chart says S is 55-56 and M is 57-58.
I bought the Medium and substituted the thinnest cheek pads to accommodate my jaw/cheeks. It fits snugly enough around the crown and chin and does not slip or move at high speeds. If I had bought the Small, the fit around the crown would have been fine, but I would have had difficulty spreading the sides to get it on and off.
I bought mine last winter. I like the helmet. I'm sure there are more reviews available to read than last winter. Pay attention to how they say head and face shape affect the fit.
Tracy D M:All the helmets have the same exterior shell. It is the padding that makes the size differences.
The helmet fits small so I would recommend getting the larger size.
I'm normally an extra small size, but the revzilla team said I should get the small helmet. It is very snug, so I ordered the medium sized cheek pads for around $30. Now the helmet fits perfectly.Dec 18, 2013
Gino C:I also live outside the U.S. and was puzzling over the same thing. I'm a 58 1/2 cm measurement and went with a Large. Was very tight initially but broke in nicely after several rides. It's still a bit snug, however, and a Medium would have definitely been too uncomfortably tight. Since we're close to the same head circumference, I'd recommend a Large for you.Mar 5, 2015
Gavin R:I got the medium and for reference I also have a medium aria. The fit is similar, in my opinion, but the lazer Monaco does have a few pressure points I have not experienced with other helmets. The main points are at the jawbone where the straps run into the helmet. It has improved with wear but is still noticeable. Hope that helps a little.Dec 21, 2013
Darlene R:To A Shopper: I also measured in between medium and Large. I chose the large and have not had a problem....actually it fit so well. Remember you can change out the pads inside, which I have not done...this helmet is awesome as is!Dec 18, 2013
Michael H:Mine fits properly per the measurement guide. Word of advice...go up a size (or two) on the cheek pads. The original cheek pads pressed so hard on my cheeks that I couldn't wear the helmet without extreme discomfort.Dec 20, 2013
Robert C:My head measured 57 cm and I got a medium LaZer Monaco Pure Carbon Helmet. The helmet fit fine on my head but is very snug on my cheeks. I am keeping the medium and hope the cheek pads will eventually loosen up.Dec 19, 2013
Steven M:Get the larger size. Trust me they run a bit small. They also have the changeable pads but I doubt that you will need them. I wear the large and it is snug to the point of not moving at all but not tight.Dec 18, 2013
Steven M:I would say shape is more oval similar to Shoei. The Lazer has much thinner padding though. lazer is also a tight fitting helmet. order to the larger size.
The chin bar can be up while riding but at speed will be effected by wind pushing your head back. Lazer also builds in a breakaway device in case of a crash with the chin bar up it will flip all the way back.
It is a great helmet once you get accustom to it. Nov 14, 2013
Feargus O:I have not tried on the Shoei RF 1100, but webBikeWorld rates both the Shoei RF 1100 and the LaZer Monaco as both being neutral in shape. I have had the Nolan n104 and n90, and the Zox Gennesis and it is similar in shape to these helmets. My head size is 59 cm which is supposed to be a size Large in the LaZer Monaco. It was painfully small for me. I sent it back and got an extra-large and it fits well. It is very tight to put on initially, but it has gotten easier with use. I love the light weight and the amount of air that it flows. It can be ridden with the chin bar either up or down.Nov 15, 2013
David K:I wore shoei modular helmets for years. Get exact size for your head, can be adjusted with larger sized cheek pads. Tight fit to start but, like most helmets has a bit of give a wearing, then gets comfortable. Can ride with visor up, I do in heavy traffic on hot day, much quieter with visor downNov 14, 2013
Gene M:Do not know about comparison in fit. Later is relatively noisy. Much more so than my Nolan's have been light weight is nice but a trade off with the noise. I do not ride with chin bar up...only with visor up.Nov 14, 2013
Nick W:The chromo visor sounds great - has me thinking the Monaco over the C3 & Neotec. BUT... $140 replacement lens. How easy does the lens scratch? I've used the reflective lenses on Shoei before but they do scratch up easy. Thanks for the advice to date.Nov 14, 2013
Frank R:You don't *have* to, but it is difficult for me to get it on without opening it. It is much easier with the chin bar open. I have the carbon in size small, the helmet seems pretty stiff. Spreading it enough to get my head in is tough.Mar 10, 2014
David H:Middle is "intermediate" open. I just tested this with a can of Dust-off. .. if the helmet is facing you on the table, putting the lever all the way to the right seems to put more air into the helmet. It would be nice if the company would be a little clearer on this! :)Jul 26, 2014
Frank R:Well, supposedly center is off, left or right is open, but I honestly can't tell much difference. I think the air coming up under the chin curtain probably overwhelms it. Maybe this winter when the air is colder I'll be able to tell when it's open.Sep 18, 2014
Jerry B:Can you please ask Lazer next week? You are, the, exclusive distributors for Lazer and they should let you know. I tried contacting them when I first purchased the helmet from you, but got no response.Jul 26, 2014
STEPHEN B:I have not a clue either! I have tried (not very seriously) to figure it out at speed but I can't distinguish any difference. The top vent is great though -- better since I shaved my head.Jul 26, 2014
Cedric B asked:I love the photochomatic shield BUT the helmet instructions say that it should not be used at night. This seems to defeat the point: based on these instructions if you're riding somewhere during sunlight hours with the photochromatic shield, and then ride back after dark you are supposed to remove the photochromatic shield and put a regular shield?!? Can someone explain why there may be issues with using it at night? If you have experience please share it.Jul 27, 2014
Feargus O:Because it is photochromatic, it turns dark in sunlight and clear when the sun goes down. There will be no trouble using it at night. For me, it was not dark enough during the day. Using sunglasses and the photochromatic shield was too dark, so I switched to a clear shield and sunglasses.Jul 30, 2014
Cedric B:Thank you all. My concern was that there may be undesired visual effects with the shield at night (when crossing a car's headlights for example) but it seems you guys have all been using the helmet with its photochromatic shield at night without any problems. Thanks!Jul 30, 2014
I agree with you; I am just trying to understand why the manufacturer puts such a restrictions in the product manual. The only thing I can think of is undesired darkening of the shield when crossing path with a car's high-beams.
Jul 30, 2014
Robert B:The com system wiring is under the lining and shouldn't get in your way for some other system. I didn't even know it was there at first.
As for wearing eyeglasses, you kind of need to put the helmet on and put your glasses on with the chin bar up. It is possible to put the helmet on with glasses on but it isn't easy. One reason is that the helmet is very tight when new. Yo might have seen other reviews that say to get a size larger. But after 6 months mine is no longer so tight. But, yes, I wear yellow polarized sunglasses all the time.Dec 5, 2014
gabi s:the wires are located behind the body of the helmet, I doubt you can remove it and would not suggest it at all. not eyeglasses friendly, however the helemnt includes Lumino photochromic Pinlock faceshield & pinlock lens included which works very good in sunny days.Dec 5, 2014
Marc O:Yes Joe the com system wiring is removable, I replaced it with a sena 20s com system. By the way you will enjoy the helmet. I don't have any regrets purchasing this helmet or com system. I own a set of each.Dec 9, 2014
A shopper asked:I was curious has anyone gotten the cheek section to spread a bit on its own? I was just wondering I JUST recieved my XL in the mail and wanted to know if this is just ALWAYS going to be a bear putting on?Feb 18, 2015
Barry H:Hi, I don't want to steer you wrong here but this is what I see. I love my LMW helmet and it has helped a huge amount with my neck issues but it is tight even after putting in smaller cheek pads (although the larger ones were braking in to be barely OK.) I have a lot of use on mine and yes it does get better but slowly. If I am very careful I can put it on with my glasses on that didn't use to be true,so I would have to say slightly better. I will say I found it worthwhile to put up with it until it did. I will also note here that Revzilla is the best! Barry HathorneFeb 19, 2015
Darlene R:My Lazor has broke in to my face and cheeks just fine! I have had it for almost two years. Remember, to put up Modular....hold straps and spread sides of helmet. When removing, modular up again spread sides with straps and pull off toward the back of your head. Sorry, you may know this already, but sometimes we forget.Feb 18, 2015
James S:had mine for about 4 months or so... still as hard as it was day one to put on and take off, good note though since it's so hard to put on, I don't even NEED the chin strap. I do use it but just as a secondary safety measure.May 31, 2015
Susan P H:If the helmet lock is a pin idea going though the D-ring, no. BUT there is an adapter key shaped thingy made that goes through the chin ratchet fastener on the helmet and it has a hole on the other end that accepts a helmet lock pin. Depends on what you have for an underseat lock. Can you describe it?Jun 28, 2015
Douglas Z:You need the Helmetlock piece that fits into the clasp. It is T-shaped. On the bottom of the "T" there is a hole that works with my Triumph Tiger Explorer under seat hook. BTW, the helmet is great. No more stiff neck on long rides. Hope this helps!Jun 29, 2015
Barry H:That I can't answer as I do not have an underseat lock. As it does not have a D ring I would doubt it. It is a fantastic helmet though and the price is way better than when I bought mine.Jun 30, 2015
Robert B:I think you would have to go to Lazer for a spec sheet and instructions.
I like a few things about this helmet: the strap has secure and easy to use helmet strap connecter. the helmet is homologated for use with the chin bar up. after the helmet is "worn in" it conforms to my head very well but you might want to order a size larger than normal. it has reflective parts for increased nighttime safety. of course it is light.
It could be a little quieter. Wear earplugs for longer trips.May 22, 2015
David H:Joe, don't think I still have it. Have you checked their website? It's a great helmet, but you have to upsize one size. I usually wear an XL but only on this helmet, I had to send the XL back and get the XXL, which is perfect. It's very light, the photochromic shield works well. I hardly ever use my Schuberth C3 anymore.
A shopper asked:I ride a 2014 Harley Ultra Limited which has it's own proprietary communication system. I know this helmet has pre installed speakers and wiring but I would to be able to use my Harley system. Will my speakers and mike fit?Dec 4, 2014
Sherard M:If your Harley uses Bluetooth it should work. I use mine on a BMW. The Bluetooth kit for the Monaco is sold separately however the wiring comes preinstalled. You could rewire the helmet for another communicator, however the lazer kit is fully integrated and has no parts hanging off.Dec 5, 2014
David K:I am not a Harley rider, not really sure what system they use. I ride a beemer and a goldwing using an autocom system and it fits into the ear pockets and mike works perfect. I took out the factory wiring and installed the autocom no problem. Good luckDec 4, 2014
John T:While the idea of a built-in communication system makes sense, the execution is less than perfect. Don't waste your money on their kit and instead use one of the better sets on the market. Good helmet though. Dec 7, 2014
Frank R:The helmet just has the wiring, no speakers. I've used a couple different aftermarket bluetooth units without any problems. There are pockets molded into the foam to allow your speakers to fit nicer.Dec 5, 2014
A shopper asked:Have the SMH10 with universal microphone kit and was wondering about which helmet would be better. I am considering this helmet, the HJC RPHA MAX or the Lazer Monaco carbon. Any help or advice that you can give me will be greatly appreciated. Which helmet does the SMH10 fit better?May 1, 2014
Rusty A:I have the SMH10 in a LaZar Monaco. It *does* take a bit of tweaking/fuss to get it mounted in the perfect position (where it fits, but won't interfere with the flip-up). Perhaps 30 minutes instead of the usual 10-15.
That being said, it's well worth it. The Monaco can be slightly noisier than other helmets at freeway speeds, but it is far and away the best helmet I've ever owned - and I've owned a LOT of high end helmets... RF700-1000, Neotec, Schuberth, etc. It may be lighter than the 1pc helmets I've owned and the auto-darkening shield is worth it's weight in gold - no need to carry hard-to-pack space-wasting extra shields, no time wasted changing shields 2-3 times a day, etc. Get the Monaco. As long as it fits your head, you won't be sorry. Good luck!May 1, 2014
Thomas L:I have the cardo G9 which fits well...i would recommend the newer cardo g9 which has better mounting options and also allows you to use your own ear buds which GREATLY improves sound quality. .
But I would recommend the lazer above all...extremely light and guiet..May 1, 2014
Thomas L:I have the cardo G9 which fits well...i would recommend the newer cardo g9 which has better mounting options and also allows you to use your own ear buds which GREATLY improves sound quality. .
May 1, 2014
A shopper asked:I currently have the Lazar Monaco and like most everything about it other than...... when I'm in the tucked position the top of the helmet above the visor is starting to get into my line of sight. Is there a modular or other helmet with a "higher" line of sight?Mar 30, 2014
Michael C:The Monaco is the lightest I have tried but if you are tucked up it's more likely that you are not at touring pace. I suggest that no modular that I have tried are really built for tucked in but more an upright position. Suggest a full face for those rides.
One last thing, I have heard but not experienced except for in the shop that the opening in the bell helmets are bigger but the revolver is much heavier.
Hope thus helps
MickMar 30, 2014
Stephanie B:Are you wearing it correctly? I found that to be the case for me, until my husband pointed out that I was wearing it tilted too low in front. The nose piece should be inline with your nose. If it isn't, that may be your problem. It was for me. Now I have no line of sight issues. Otherwise it may be too large in the head if it sits too low.Mar 31, 2014
Paul T:I think what you need to do is try on another helmet and sit on the bike in a tuck position and see for yourself.. when Im riding with winter gear my jacket collar pushes up the back of the helmet and makes the front of the helmet come down to my eyebrow.. I also have a HJC and its the same... I hope this helps!!!Mar 31, 2014
A shopper asked:I'm interested in the Lazer Monaco all carbon - maybe the window. On the Lazer website they indicate reflective zones with reflective glass beads. Does the all carbon window have these? They also show an all white version of the all carbon. I like the idea of the all carbon but I'd like high visibility. What do you recommend? bobMay 29, 2014
Feargus O:I have the Window Pure Carbon. It has a red reflector on the back of the helmet to help with visibility. I also like the white for the same reason. It is a very light helmet. I do not have the neck/back pain that I had with my previous Nolan helmets. I have ridden in very hard rains and it did not leak, again unlike my Nolan helmets. It flows a lot of air which is much appreciated in humid Florida where I live.May 30, 2014
john O:The only all white version I know does not appear to be carbon. The all carbon helmet pictured, with the black stripe down the middle is very noticeable, and stylish, too, especially with the photo-chromatic shield. That shield works great, by the way.
Please note that the helmet runs very small. I normally wear a large, but the extra large Monaco barely fits me.May 29, 2014
George D:This helmut has great vusibilty..its right at tge top of my list of helmuts..I now have 7 as of yoday gettingva Pista GP carbon fiber AGV.mI has to ssy though the helmut i wear most is my Laser...
CanadaMay 29, 2014
gregory k:It runs real tight - I tried a Scorpion in XL was fine. tried HJC in XL was fine. I bought the Lazer still debating if the cheek area is too tight ( i am hoping the foam packs down a little (otherwise I am going to get a headache.) As for ears - I took the two foam pads for the ears out ( I have since replaced them with the bluetooth adapter), getting it on, really have to be careful as it still boxes my ears really tight until they get into the hole. Pulling off the same thing, have to "open wide" else my earlobs get bent and boxed.Feb 13, 2015
A shopper asked:Will this helmet give me room around the ears? I often have trouble finding helmets that fit around my ears. I have a Scorpion EXO-900 and and LS2 helmet and neither are comfortable very long because of the room around the ears.Jan 8, 2015
John D asked:I'm wondering if this helmet can be used for snowmobiling? Will the pinlock system work in snow conditions? Also, I've had some ski doo helmets and they are made by Lazer, so I'm guessing sizing is close to the same? Thanks.Oct 30, 2014
Barry H:I see no reason it wouldn't work. Size matters so I would want it large enough, my only beef is mine still is tight on the Jaw even after ordering smaller cheek pads (larger helmet size). Lazer could do a better job on how to order the proper size helmet. I have to say I love it now it fits better.Nov 1, 2014
David K:Sizing is close to the same but ventilation is not quite as good. I have had both helmets, currently windows carbon and Revolution helmet that was the motorcycle version of the snowmobile helmet. The Revolution helmet was far better at ventilation and thereby reducing fogging.Nov 8, 2014
Joe R asked:I ride a 2014 Harley Ultra Limited which has it's own proprietary communication system. I know this helmet has pre installed speakers and wiring but I would to be able to use my Harley system. Will my speakers and mike fit?Dec 4, 2014
Michael C:I would suggest not, without knowing the details of the Harley system, but the inbuilt wiring has non standard plugs. The speakers from the Sena system fit in the pockets provided for the inbuilt system so suggest that part will be fine for the Harley speakers if they are like the Sena speakers. But the mike set up will likely not be able to use the standard wiring without modifications. Mick PS I have hat the helmet about 2 years and love it still!Dec 4, 2014
RevZilla:Yes, the LaZer Monaco Window Pure Carbon Helmet has speaker cutouts to accommodate bluetooth communication speakers. The cutouts are covered by noise reduction pads that are held in place with velcro. Simply remove the pads and install the speakers. Then you can rock out to Journey.Mar 13, 2013