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Reevu FSX1 Rear-View Modular Helmet

Reevu, the technology-leader in rear vision helmets has introduces the world's first rear view modular helmet system.

Reevu has been the industry leader in rear view technology with their patented mirror system, manufactured from a reflective polycarbonate material rather than glass! The polycarbonate material is almost impossible to break, weighs less than glass and provides additional safety and comfort to the rider. The mirror system essentially bends the light around the shell of the helmet, offering a clear view of what's behind. The Reevu System works just like a car's rear view mirror offering awareness of the road ahead and behind without making a conscious effort as both are simultaneously in your field of view.

Features:

  • Tri-composite carbon fibreglass, Kevlar and synthetic hi-tenacity advanced fibre shell
  • Dual density EPS
  • Polycarbonate ventilation slots that together with the channeling on the inside shell, allow the air flow inside the helmet
  • Polycarbonate injected visor with high optical quality and easy shield swap
  • Completely removable and washable lining for perfect comfort and cleanliness
  • The Reevu Mobility Program gives the rider the opportunity to replace their Reevu helmet that has been damaged in a crash with a new one at just 1/2 of the price

Note:  Helmet ships with clear face shield.

3.9 / 5
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Reevu Helmet Sizing

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

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

How To Measure

H Head Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your head just above your eyebrows and ears. Pull the tape comfortably snug, read the length, repeat for good measure and use the largest measurement.
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Matte Black / XS 850755 9000 Available: Requires 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Matte Black / SM 850756 9002 Available: Requires 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Matte Black / MD 850757 9004 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / LG 850758 9006 Available: Requires 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Matte Black / XL 850759 9008 Available: Requires 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Matte Black / 2XL 850760 9010 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / XS 850761 9100 Out of Stock
White / SM 850762 9102 Available: Requires 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
White / MD 850763 9104 Available: Requires 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
White / LG 850764 9106 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / XL 850765 9108 Available: Requires 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
White / 2XL 850766 9110 Only 3 Left: Ships next business day

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This product has a handy feature
The internal rear vision system does take a bit of getting used to and on dark stormy days is a little dark,that being said if you ride a sports bike and therefore have restricted rear vision this helmet will be handy.Vehicles viewed through the helmet will appear closer than they are and there is a small amount of distortion at the very outside edges but for that time where you are being followed by a POLICE vehicle you will see them without it being obvious, giving you time to drop to the speed limit or to make that monumental decision to stop or make a run for it. Sometimes I find that decision hard to make. At 64 years old it should be easy....Ride hard or go home. review by Cayuga Duck 1.
January 7, 2013
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City Riding its a must
I have the RVMSX1 model and its the greatest helmet I have ever had been able to see behind is awesome and has changed the way I ride. This RV FSX1 model is a lot lighter which is a surprise for a flip model. It seemed noisy at first until I contacted the aftersales@reevu.com They explained that I needed to take off the front visor and tighten the philips head screw. It was slightly loose.. The noise has now gone.
February 20, 2013
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lives up to the hype
I did a lot of research before buying this helmet. I wasn't sure if the rear-view function was going to be a gimmick or not. Most reviews I've read were positive, so I took a chance and spent the money.

I'm glad I did. This helmet is very well made. It fits very comfortably, better than my Shoei Neotec. It's about the same weight as my Shoei too. It has a better field of view out the front than the Shoei.

The rear view aspect of this helmet is the real deal. It's identical to having a rear view mirror in a car. You glance at it quickly every couple of seconds while in traffic just to do quick spot checks and it works great. Now I know exactly what's going on behind me at all times. It really works.

I don't see how this is the only brand helmet with this incredible feature. It should be standard equipment on all motorcycle helmets. I wouldn't be surprised to see something similar from all other motorcycle helmet manufacturers in the near future.
February 22, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
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Very convenient, but noisy
I already have an MSX1 helmet that I really like, but I wanted a modular for the convenience of being able to put on or remove the helmet without taking off my glasses. Also, you can talk to someone, or take a drink, etc. without having to remove your helmet. I just took the "MSF Basic RiderCourse2 Skills Practice" class (used to be called the "experienced rider" class) and it was very nice to be able to open the helmet's modular section between training sessions to hear the instructor and to ask questions.

Pros: 1) Very convenient (see above), 2) love the rear view feature, 3) lighter than the MSX1, 4) modular front section feels pretty secure when closed, 5) easy to open the modular section--even with gloves.

Cons: 1) Very loud wind noise (it's tolerable with ear plugs), 2) price seems close to the Nolan modulars, but seems much noisier, 3) chin strap is a little too far back for me compared to the MSX1 so it digs into your throat a little.

Overall, I like it, especially if I can figure out how to put in a gasket to block out the wind noise.The noise is really irritating when riding my electric motorcycle--not so bad on my Buell Blast.
February 17, 2013
Ride:
2007 Buell Blast
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Helmet is overall awesome, but...
I bought this helmet for my fiancee who rides a Victory Vegas 8 Ball. He fell in love with the rear view technology this one offered. He tried it on and loved the fit, feel and quality of the helmet. The rear view system is really cool and easy to get used to. The two major drawbacks to this helmet that made it a no-go for him was the poor air flow. Man this helmet gets hot and we live in Arizona! The biggest drawback is the placement of the chin strap and how it cuts into his adam's apple. There is just now way to move it away or adjust it.
This helmet seems like it would be more comfortable for a woman or for someone who rides a sport bike in a cooler area than Arizona. Reevu has a great idea, but the product definitely needs to be improved on.
August 7, 2014
Ride:
2013 Honda PCX150
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A Gimmick that Works
I was looking for a new helmet mainly because I do year-round riding and needed something that was going to work with a pinlock insert. This says it comes pinlock ready, and I got sucked in by the cool-factor of the rear-view tech.

This is my first modular helmet, and I'm not sure if it's normal for a modular or unique to this helmet, but I've found I need to have the chin guard up to get the helmet on or off, otherwise the fabric windscreen at the bottom gets in the way.

It has a ratchet strap, which I thought I wouldn't care for as a D-ring system always seemed so secure, but it's very sturdy and actually allows me to manipulate it with gloves on now.

The Reevu is pinlock ready, but I had trouble finding a visor that would work for it, and ended up writing the company who directed me to UK Ebay for a compatible insert. It's ordered and on it's way but it'd be nice if I could have found it on Revzilla, or any other US site for that matter. A fog City insert with pinlock cutouts worked well enough for a bit, but I've since ordered the actual insert from Ebay.

The rear-view tech is pretty awesome. It works well with my riding position on a Suzuki VStrom, but I imagine that while it would have more value on a sport-bike IMO, the more aggressive riding position would make it harder to use the rear-view effectively. I will be readjusting my side view mirrors once I get used to the helmet fully, to take full advantage of a wider mirror field of view. The mirror in the helmet is modest, but doesn't interfere with a normal field of view.

One note; if you wear sunglasses, you'll want to switch to rimless glasses, as the rims would be almost guaranteed to block the helmet's mirror. I use $2 safety glasses anyway, and have not had a problem with obstructed view of the mirror.

All in all, a good experience. The helmet is louder than my last helmet, but It also allows more room for my ear buds, so I'm able to block out most noise anyway. It's warm enough and fits snug at first, but is now comfortable even with a balaclava for cold weather riding. I bought it based on the manufacturers size chart. The neck roll takes a bit of getting used to, and I may ditch it in the summer, but for now it's nice.
January 6, 2015
Ride:
2006 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom
Bang For The Buck
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Good quality and comfortable
1. This helmet felt nice and light compared to my previous Harley Davidson modular.
2. Visibility is excellent
3. You should push the helmet forward, its more comfortable and the rear view is better.
4. Rear view is a bit wavy due to the plastic mirror but it does the job ok. I need to look over my glasses, looking through them doesn't work so well.
5. Noise is ok with the visor in an open position. The detent on the visor is excellent, it really holds well. The only drawback of the helmet is the outrageous noise with the visor closed. It isn't so bad on my Victory Vision because of the windshield. I always ride with the visor open anyway unless it's raining. I don't recommend it for someone without a windshield.
6. Placing the speakers for my Sena bluetooth was tricky. The liner near the ear has no cutouts so I had to place the speakers partly forward, under the snap-in liner to clear my ears. It hits when they are directly at the ear, ouch. One benefit of this is that they are so close that the audio volume is much better compared to my last helmet. There is no easy direct routing path for the speaker cables due to the zip in collar. I had to route it forward around the end of the zipper then back in under the liner. There was just enough cable to reach.
7. The under chin collar can be a bit annoying, you have to push it down and out when closing the face shield.
8. The helmet has a metal stud that the face shield locks into. It looks to be quite secure in the case of a fall.
9. It is a tall helmet so you may bump you head until you get used to that.
10. It's easier to put your glasses on after the helmet goes on, I tend to knock one side of the glasses off my ear.
11. I'd like to see a mod to the helmet to reduce the noise...
April 11, 2014
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Satisfied but not greatly enthused
I find the chin strap presses a little hard on my neck when properly tightened. The removable neck guard makes the wiring for a bluetooth device problematic.
The modular concept isn't as aerodynamic as my previous helmet when up, there is a peak which catches the air quite nicely, only comfortable at very low speeds.

The mirror shows what's behind.as advertised, but not quite as clearly as advertised. Still serves the function well enough.
May 5, 2015
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This a must have for extra safety
This is a very good product easy to use and fits perfectly excellent experience having a rear mirror on my helmet for extra safety and the modular is the best , thanks for helping me have better driving and more safe experiences.
April 7, 2014
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Next best thing to eyes in the back of your head.
After 6 or 7 rides, the quick glance upwards became second nature. I feel safer and more in control wearing this helmet. It has dramatically reduced my need to turn my head for those critical blind spot checks--in fact, I think it may have eliminated my blind spots.
September 28, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2013 Triumph Thunderbird Storm
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I liked the idea of the safety of being able to see behind me. Also the style and the materials it's made out of seemed to be pretty quality material.
Patrick S on Sep 28, 2016
I have the older model and a modular version of it will be amazing
James W on Mar 17, 2016
I liked the idea of the safety of being able to see behind me. Also the style and the materials it's made out of seemed to be pretty quality material.
Patrick S on Sep 28, 2016
helpful as one gets used to it...you wonder how others ride without one???
Diana E on Apr 19, 2016
I have the older model and a modular version of it will be amazing
James W on Mar 17, 2016
good reviews
Selwyn G on Nov 16, 2015
Better safety
Rick J on Aug 23, 2015
Rear view and looks
Jonathan P on Jun 9, 2015
For the most part all reviews I have found for this helmet were positive. Some noted lots of air noise, in one review it was mentioned they contacted Reevu tech support, and they told him to tighten a screw, and this solved the noise issue. I am very intrigued about the rear view mirror system and the reviews were positive for tis feature. I am also a fan of the modular helmet style.
Dennis S on Jun 4, 2015
I am blind in my left eye so I thought this helmet would solve the whole, 'huge blind spot' problem. Unfortunately, due to helmet vs head shape and even though the mirror is adjustable I was having stare through my eyebrow to look at the mirror. So I had to send it back.
Jason L on Apr 15, 2015
I'm a REEVU user for over 4 years. I've ha 2 MSX1s & now have decided to update to a modular having the convenience of being able to flip up the face piece when needed. This is one of the benefits still having the protection of full-face & ability to open the front, especially hot days riding or coaching students on the range. I spend 50% riding in daytime & 50% nighttime, helmet still works excellent. I continue do my head-checks. Do them! Don't get lazy because of this excellent technology!
Stephen on Sep 19, 2014
Pretty light for a modular helmet.
Rear view system is real nifty
Abhishek S on May 14, 2014
For safety ,after all reviews I'll give a try to this new system
uriel b on Mar 20, 2014
Read all the reviews. Been biking since 1954 and lets face it this has to be a winner! Will report back later on my actual experiance have always liked to stay on top of new technology.
Had it for nearly a year! Love it! It fits perfectly and even on all day trips no sign of discomfort whatsoever. The review facility makes it a winner. Do not drop it onto any hard surface! If you do the Revzilla after sales service is excellent!
David Cameron v on Mar 10, 2014
I choose this helmet becouse have back vision.

Light weight and best desing and good price for me.

I love Reevu about 1 year ago.

Please confirm the visor is the silver.

Thanks you revzilla.
CARLOS EDUARDO V on Aug 28, 2013
Lets see if it works as it should, I think is very clever to see behind you all the blind spots you have, I will review the helmet after I get it
Luis M on Aug 21, 2013
helpful as one gets used to it...you wonder how others ride without one???
Diana E on Apr 19, 2016
good reviews
Selwyn G on Nov 16, 2015
I'd like to get a pinlock insert for this helmet but don't see one specifically for Reevu helmets. Do I just use an hjc insert, instead?
Sid G on Nov 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: My Reevu Face Shield appears to have the Pinlkock Holes but NOT the Pin Inserts (Pinlock Posts). If you have or can source the Inserts then it MAY work. I say MAY because I haven't done this to my face Shield so I can't state unequivocally that it will work.
I would like to get a pinlock insert for this helmet but don't see one specifically for Reevu helmets. Do i use an hjc insert?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2014
how much it weight?
Ivan11 on Dec 5, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I own this helmet and can tell you that mine weighs 1535g and the weight it is supposed to be is 1550g +/- 50g outlined by Reevu. And for those who are less technical, that is right at about 3.5lbs. Which if you search around, is pretty light for a modular in itself, and this helmet has the rear view system.
Hi.. Does this helmet accommodate the Sena 20S communication system?

Thanks in advance.
Patrick D on Oct 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I cannot say for certain as I do not own a sena. However, judging from the gross dimensions of the sena unit based on online images and personally inspecting the padding recesses in my helmet, it appears the liner of the helmet was designed with that type application in mind.
Hi, my head size is 62 cm, just between XL and 2XL, which one do you recommend for me? thanks
A shopper on Aug 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Just to give you some info. My head size is 57 cm and my helmet size is L. I wouldn't want it any larger as it would than be too big. I know this doesn't answer your question but this is all I can tell.

JMZ
Any specific advice on fitting this modular Reevu especially if I don't have a round head?
David F on Apr 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: David, I don't think anybody has a round head. Before you decide which Reevu is for you try on different sizes. You can order two and send one back with no problem from Rezilla. There are really no adjustments other than the chin strap. I suppose if you are really adventurous you could modify the styrofoam from the inside, but that would change the safety of the helmet. I really like this helmet for the visability aspect. I miss the shade visor that my Nolan modular has.
I'm in the military and required to wear a helmet that meets DOT 218 or Snell M2005. Will this helmet work for me
A shopper on Mar 17, 2013
BEST ANSWER: All helmets we sell are DOT. That being said, the Reevu FSX1 Rear-View Modular Helmet is in fact DOT rated. As far as the SNELL rating is concerned, the FSX1 helmet is not SNELL Certified. I went ahead and complied list of all SNELL M2010 helmets for you, you can check them out here: http://www.revzilla.com/snell-m2010-motorcycle-helmets