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Reevu MSX1 Rear-View Helmet
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The world's first rear-view helmet. 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.


  • Patented rear-view technology
  • Tri-composite carbon fiberglass, Kevlar and synthetic hi-tenacity advanced fiber shell
  • Fully removable and washable liner
  • Anti-fog face shield
  • The Reevu Mobility Program gives the rider  an 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.

Reevu Helmets Sizing

Size Measurement (cm)
XS 50 - 54
SM 54 - 56
MD 56 - 58
LG 58 - 60
XL 60 - 62
2XL 62 - 64.5

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Black / XS 814537 8000 Available: Usually ships in 1-3 business days
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Black / MD 814539 8004 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Black / XL 814541 8008 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XL 814542 8010 Available: Usually ships in 1-3 business days
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Matte Black / MD 814545 8104 Available: Usually ships in 1-3 business days
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Matte Black / XL 814547 8108 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Matte Black / 2XL 814548 8110 Available: Usually ships in 1-3 business days
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Silver / MD 814556 8304 Out of Stock
Silver / LG 814557 8306 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver / XL 814558 8308 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver / 2XL 814559 8310 Available: Usually ships in 1-3 business days


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Reevu MSX1 Rear-View Helmet 4.4 5 74 74
Great concept, so-so execution After a few months of owning and riding in this helmet every day, I feel it is time for a review. At first, this helmet was like a holiday romance, it was great. But after that initial phase, the gripes started to become more prominent issues that couldn't just be written off as the usual "you get what you pay for". At the price point of this helmet some of its issues are understandable and others are inexcusable. Likes: Mirror System- easy to use and works. Style- while not the flashiest or coolest looking helmet, it still looks pretty good #looks even better with a mirrored visor# Comfort- fairly comfortable as it's not heavy and fits great Visor- love the ease of removal and replacement with the quick release system. Quick release chin strap- self explanatory. Dislikes: Opening the box- there was no paperwork regarding info about a warranty program or anything like that, so unless you decided to visit their website for fun, then you would have potentially missed the window to get it registered for the warranty just like I did :# Mirror System- at the price of this helmet, you don't want things falling apart. After only a few months the bolts and nuts holding the mirror assembly inside the shell are starting to fall out literally right in front of my eyes #already lost 2 nuts and 1 bolt#. This should not be happening after only a few months. Eventually the mirror will just fall out and make the shell just an overpriced helmet with the features and quality of a $150 helmet. Airflow- as others have mentioned, the airflow is subpar for this price point. Visor- overall the visor is fine, but it doesn't seal against the rubber when closed fully so not only are dust, water etc. not sealed out properly, but it creates an annoying space for air to get in where you don't want it, blasting you in the eyes and drying them out #I feel for the users of contact lenses# Noise- this helmet is effing loud Aerodynamics- in the touring upright position the buffeting is almost nonexistent even while head checking, but in any more aggressive position it becomes much more noticeable and somewhat annoying/uncomfortable. Cheek pads- although comfortable, my left cheek pad just won't stay put. The plastic that holds the pad into the shell of the helmet always seems to work its way out and the cheek pad just moves out from the shell causing it to drop down a little and rub on my jacket when I'm tucked #3/4 or full#, thus resulting in the wicking material being worn away from the constant rubbing. The right cheek pad has no issues like this whatsoever. All in all, the helmet is okay. I recommend it simply because the mirror system #as long as it doesn't fall apart# helps a lot. But besides that, I can't recommend it at its current price point for the reasons stated above. September 10, 2015
Overall Impressions The product arrived ahead of schedule. Revzilla staff was helpful as well as knowledgeable. DHL no cost shipping from Canada. - The helmet had a wonderful finish. Not a Shoei but not at that same price point. I was impressed with the paint and clear coat. One small imperfection in the paint but not noticeable without extreme scrutiny. - Fit was about average with a round oval feel. About like my other helmets. I usually wear a medium and the MSX-1 fit great. Head measurement is right at 23". I ordered a medium instead of the large as directed by Reevu's sizing chart. I like a snug fit and the MSX-1 fit true. Interior pads are very comfortable and seem to be made of quality materials. - Mirror adjustment was straight forward. However, no materials or owners manual that illustrated the best method of adjustment - Two rides with the MSX-1. As noted by everyone, the airflow is less than my other full face helmet. I'm a Texas rider so the airflow is an issue but not a deal breaker. - Nice forward field of vision. The rear view system provides a great horizontal field of view. The vertical field is limited; this would be my only negative critique. Bottom line, the rear view system is much better than I had expected. - Conclusion: I don't think I will ever buy another helmet without a rear view system. Bravo Reevu ! August 31, 2015
LOVE the mirror, rest is ok. I've been waiting to get a replacement for my 2009 HJC CL-SP for a while, so decided to pull the trigger on the REEVU MSX1. First off, I absolutely LOVE the mirror. I've had it for 2 weeks or so and it took a couple of rides for me to get really comfortable with it. But now I can't imagine riding without it. I've heard others ask why you need it. Basically, I use the mirror how you'd use the center/rearview mirror in a car. It's great for keeping an eye out for where other traffic is with just a quick glance. Just like the center mirror in the car, you still need to use the side mirrors and turn your head (especially when changing lanes). However, it's a handy tool to let you get info about your surroundings quickly. Now, the rest of the helmet is only ok. The mirror is actually not quite aligned on my helmet. It's a degree or so off left, so I need to turn my head just a degree or so to the left in order to see "straight back". Given the wide angle of view, it's not a big deal, but it's a bit of an annoyance. Others have commented that the helmet is hot, and I concur. On a summers day in Northern California, when I put the helmet on with my glasses or sunglasses, my breath will start fogging up the glasses (this isn't a problem while moving obviously). Also, I like the ratcheting buckle mechanism, but the buckle is too close to my adams apple, so it rubs a bit. Lastly, the chin bar seems awfully close so my chin just barely fits without touching the chin bar. If it were half a centimeter farther towards the tip of my chin, it'd be fine. All in all, I love the helmet even through its shortcomings. The mirror really is amazing. I mentioned the center/rearview mirror in a car, and that's how I feel now when riding it. It's similar to driving a car without a center/rearview mirror and driving a car with one. August 24, 2015
i love it I have been using the helmet for a few months. It takes a while to adjust to the mirror. It does get a little warm. It's soft and fits really good. The mirror is a big help. I ride with no mirrors on my r6 so its something I needed. If anything happens to the one I have now, I would definitely buy another one. This helmet is awesome. Thanks revzilla! July 12, 2015
Love seeing behind me In riding a sports bike I done all manner of fiddling with my mirrors to be able to see behind me, none have worked. I resort to looking under my arm, rarely, leaving me blind most of the time. This helmet handles the blind spot and I can now check my six as easily as in my car. While this is an overall good helmet there are some things about it that need a bit of improvement. The airflow is not as good as other helmets that I've used and the visor is quite foggy and I live in a dry climate. May 11, 2015
Great city helmet for commuting Great concept. Pretty well executed for a city helmet. Not as comfortable as my Arai, but works well in the office commute. May 11, 2015
Great idea, poor execution. I really wanted to like this helmet (considering how much helmets cost), but the build quality is just so lacking. It feels like you can snap off the vent switches easily, the ratcheting mechanism for the chin strap feels flimsy and releases a little too effortlessly to give a sense of security, and the rear view shield looks like it just barely fits. And then there's the mirror! What's the point of having a rearview mirror that never seems to hold its position after you've spent an eternity adjusting it so that you can see behind you? There's an adjusting screw that's apparently just for show because simple actions such as donning and removing the helmet, quick head movements and sometimes really bumpy roads move the mirror just enough to render it useless until you can adjust it again. I've lost count of the number of times I've had to fiddle with the thing mid-ride. Of course, it's not all bad. The helmet is fairly comfortable. Forward visibility and general noise levels are acceptable. The styling is pretty good considering the helmet houses an arrangement of mirrors while managing to fit on your head. The face shield is easy to remove and reattach. Overall, I think it's just a shame it couldn't have all of the good points and also manage to feel like something that would actually protect your head. And it's even worse that the mirror system - the key reason people even consider purchasing the Reevu- does what it's supposed to but nowhere near as good as you had hoped after hearing all of the hype. If they could greatly improve the design then I would gladly pay Arai prices or higher. The alternative would be to pick up one of the new Skully helmets, but those things are hideous. April 28, 2015
Not Just a helmet. Couldn't believe the difference this makes to a ride.. I had a good friend he has been telling me to get one and eventually I gave up on my Shoei... What a difference this helmet makes.. Its an invention that is so much more than anything I can say on this page.. Trying it on the road is a must, as I didn't get it until I did.. Amazing!!!! April 27, 2015
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Reevu MSX1 Rear-View Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Kevin W: It's the only helmet around with a rear view mirror built in. It's a good helmet in its right as well. Apr 20, 2015
Iiro T: I chose this because of reviews, utility and safety.
Recently i got a bike and my old helmet is not suitable for this kind of riding.
So why not try out something that makes your riding easyer and safer at the same time.
Apr 9, 2015
Thomas F: seems to be a good idea, for making me feel safer on the road, and lets face it you should allways watch your back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Mar 24, 2015
Nathan H: If the mirror works they way it says it will be nice to have a rearview Jan 2, 2015
Luis G: Because I like it Oct 2, 2014
Alexander D: Beautiful design and has rear view mirror. You all need to get that Skully helmet on this page if there is anyway possible. You'd be banking. Oct 2, 2014
Warren E: I chose this because the is the only rear view helmet that does not use battery power and it got great reviews. Aug 11, 2014
Richard B: Its a great helmet, and the rearview mirror is awesome!!! Jul 29, 2014
Larry C: Safety Apr 17, 2014
gloria w: the reviews are excellent. other than the issue of the brand logo Apr 10, 2014
igor F: technology! Mar 22, 2014
Curt B: Additional safety feature... Jan 31, 2014
Glenn C: Becaue of the rear view technology. Jan 14, 2014
Benjamin B: I like the idea of being able to look behind you without having to turn your head. Nov 17, 2013
robert a: so i can see backward while riding! Nov 8, 2013
M Thomas A: For the rear view options. I found the revzilla website to be the most helpful in my research for a good product and the free shipping helped. Oct 28, 2013
Jax J: Increase visibility on the bike Sep 26, 2013
L A: Safety based on use of rear view tech. Sep 19, 2013
stanley s: safety! Sep 18, 2013
Paul P: Tried one on and was amazed at how much i could see through the rear view mirror. Looked online at reviews to find out build quality and manufacture. These came back very positive from independant reviewers. Had to have one. Aug 20, 2013
jae b: safety Aug 16, 2013
A shopper asked: is this helmet snell rated or dot rated? Jan 5, 2014
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A S: David Y not all US helmets are snell approved but I only wear snell approved helmets, and am looking forward to these helmets getting a snell approval. I hope this is on their radar to do this May 5, 2014
Reply to A Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
David Y: It meets DOT & ECE 2205 standards, not SNELL. However, US market helmets are only stamped DOT. I confirmed with the company that the helmets are no different between the US & European markets.

I travel in Europe, and try to stick with DOT/ECE compliant helmets.
Jan 5, 2014
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Patrick C: DOT rated. Excellent helmet. This is my second, the first went through a crash where the bike was totaled with only cosmetic damage to the helmet. Jan 6, 2014
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Albert I: I bought my MSX1 helmet in 2012, and it has a DOT sticker on it. Jan 6, 2014
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Dan H: It is DOT rated. Not Snell. Jan 6, 2014
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Eric S: Dot not snell Jan 5, 2014
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Eric S: just DOT Jan 9, 2014
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Pineda L: It is a good case
Rear vision is excellent
just be careful you do not knock on the top where is the optical system, which is very fragile and can crack the helmet on top pate steps
Jan 6, 2014
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Roadie R: It is well documented (if you bother to research before posting) that the optical system is made from a bullet proof polycarbonate material and actually acts like a crumple zone to absorb energy in an impact... so not very fragile at all then. Jul 24, 2014
A shopper asked: How effective is the rear view technology on bikes that constantly have you in a full tuck position (i.e. Ducati 848EVO )? And how is the view angle for this helmet (I.e. Aggressive riding position or upright riding position)? May 10, 2014
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Stephen S: View is good only in upright position.
In a tuck you see airplanes.
May 12, 2014
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Alper G: ? will buy M size. What is this helmet's made date? i need like 2014 made helmet. Jul 14, 2014
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Yaroslav N: Hi there! The helmet is for upright riding position. Also its heavy - 4.5lb and definitely not for riding in Summer - not enough air flow. Used one for 8 months and switched to Shoui. May 11, 2014
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Roadie R: This helmet is NO WHERE NEAR 4.5lbs! Just weighed mine and it comes to 3.7lbs Jul 24, 2014
A shopper asked: How well would a 3rd party Bluetooth devise fit in and on the Reevu MSX1 Helmet? Aug 15, 2013
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Rick C: I don't know what Yaroslav is talking about - it certainly takes Bluetooth devices just fine. I have the Sena SMH10 Bluetooth stereo headset that is attached with their clamping system on the left side. I routed the stereo speakers around the lip of the helmet so the speakers can be slipped into the ear cavities built into the padding. works like a charm. The microphone boom tucks nicely into the front of the helmet.

As for "don't need mirrors" this is my SECOND reevu. I laid my bike down (rookie mistake) and my first reevu took a bad gash. I posted pictures on FB and other social media - Reevu contacted me and offered a replacement at 50% off! SOLD!
Aug 17, 2013
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MICHAEL M: Yes I have a Bluetooth wireless device attached to the helmet which enables me to listen to music and also talk to other riders. The helmet is fantastic by the way it has saved my life by being able to see cars coming up on me. Aug 16, 2013
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Harry K: I use the SENA SMH-10-11 headset with the boom-mic option. It fits pretty well and took about 1/2 hr to install and route the wiring. The helmet has a rubber base gasket that needs to be pulled back a little to get the SENA base plate tucked under the shell of the helmet. Othewise it's just a clamp on setup.
The only somewhat less tidy part is the wiring. Three wires come out of the back of the base-plate; one for each speaker and one for the mic. On mine, I run them straight across the bottom of the liner and then tuck them into the inside of the liner. I could not see a better way of routing, unless you want to drill into the shell. But only about two inches of wire is exposed really, and once inside the helmet, there's good ways to route the wires under the liner. The speakers even have a little nook, and coincidentally, an internal strap that holds the speakers in without any adhesive backing.
The boom mic I think is the best option for the Reevu helmet. It tucks perfectly behind the chin bar and even has a wind flap that holds it in. Again, no adhesive needed to hold it in place.
The whole setup works well. I can hear the speakers well during low speed cruising. I wear earplugs for longer highway miles and crank up the volume. I can hear just fine. If you don't mind the heat, using a neck scarf or neck gator to close off the bottom of the helmet is almost as effective as earplugs.
I have a review of the SENA unit on this site as well. They are decent; the speakers are a bit tinny; lacking in bass or broad dynamic range. But, it's hard to know what acoustics would work well inside a helmet.
Hope that helps.
Aug 16, 2013
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John D M: Depending on the device's attachment it will fit very comfortably. I have the Kawasaki ear speaker attached to the left side of my REEVU helmet . I have not had any issue with this attachment. This helmet is rigid enough to hold any device to the helmet's shell without interference with the internal helmet's padding.REEVU has made a hi-quality helmet creating comfort ,reducing noise,including wind noise down to a minimal as compared to other helmets. Aug 16, 2013
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J Eduardo B: Hi, there! You should take it to a shop that sells this devices to be placed inside the helmet. There are plenty of adapters that can be used. I just use my headphones because the ride will be no good for me answering the phone and hearing people complaining about something. I hope this will help! Good luck! And good rides!!! Brosco. Sep 4, 2013
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David Y: I’m not terribly current on bluetooth tech but I regularly use glasses & sometimes earbuds for navigation. Within the same size shell, you can replace the liners with different size liners allowing for some customization in the fit. It’s probably just as possible with this helmet as any other. Aug 16, 2013
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Steven B: I have had two different bluetooth communications systems in use on my Reevu helmet with no difficulty attaching them. Current one is a Sena SMH-10 which attaches via a mount to the lip at the bottom left side of the helmet. No problems routing the speakers or microphone. Aug 16, 2013
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Patrick C: I put a bluetooth reciever, earphones and an amp in my helmet. There is enough room inside assuming you pick small enough units. Now I can play music from my iPod into my helmet. Aug 16, 2013
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Dan H: I've added an Interphone F5 (Gen 1) to my Reevu. It fits well and I've had no problems. There IS space in the helmet for speakers. Sep 13, 2013
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scott o: It has lots of room . Vary comfortable. Best helmet I have used. I don't think I can answer the Bluetooth question . Good luck. Aug 16, 2013
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Bill I: I haven't tried yet but looks like there should not be a problem. Inside the helmet doesn't look any different Aug 16, 2013
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Andrew M: Not so good it's a little bit tight on the ears. Aug 17, 2013
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Yaroslav N: Helmet will not to accommodate Bluetooth and actually if you plan to purchase a helmet I would recommend rather Shoei then MSX1. And the reasons are:
1) lighter weight
2) you do not need rear view mirror on bike

I have MSX1 but gonna to buy Shoei SJ Cruise(open face). I am riding Suzuki DL650A 2013.
Aug 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: I noticed there is only one wind screen in clear if I read that right or are more choices? Jan 22, 2014
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Chad S: Yah, mine only came with a a clear screen. I ended up buying the smoked screen when I bought the helmet, would do it again except I'm having huge issues with the screen popping out on the right side. Jan 23, 2014
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Percy J: Yes a friend of mine bought the smoked lens. Contact customer service. They should be able to get ya fixed up. I myself bought the clear and I use transition riding glasses. Jan 22, 2014
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J Eduardo B: Hi,there! You can buy diferent wind screens to you helmet and it is easy to assemble. Good luck! Jan 23, 2014
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James M: Yes there are more choices. MSX1 Face Shields. I think my helmet is great. Jan 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: are people with prescription glasses able to use this helmet? Feb 4, 2012
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RevZilla: It is possible to ride in the Reevu helmet with prescription glasses. The problem is based on overall head shape and frame design, so if your glasses are bulky and rigid, it can be uncomfortable and they can potentially shift up and down while riding. We would recommend thinner frame designs for the best comfort. Aviator styled glasses work nicely since they are designed to fit inside pilot helmets. May 3, 2012
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Daniel L: Probably not but it really depends on the style of the glasses. I would see two issues - the size of the rims obstructing the line of sight, and also the distortion that can often happen with larger prescriptions. I can only comment on the first issue - I often ride with aviator sunglasses and am still able to see the rear mirror. But I also have a pair of sport sunglasses that have thicker rims that functionally block the mirror and made it unreliable. Nov 16, 2012
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Hawke: Cannot answer on prescription glasses but my Oakley Gascan sunglasses fit comfortably (I'm sure they are thicker framed than prescription. I also have the Scala Rider Bluetooth with boom mic and still room with glasses. Jan 10, 2013
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HeatXfer: Yes, there are channels in the padding along the temples (but this may contribute to the fairly high noise levels in the helmet) Feb 19, 2013
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Tom M: Yes, but I bought a separate pair as you need a very thin flexible frame. Plenty of room to use with visor as well. Feb 6, 2012
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PHILIP Z: More then enough room, yes. Mar 26, 2012
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A shopper asked: Is this helmet recommended for GP or supermoto racing? Feb 2, 2014
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Roman M: Good day, discovered a problem with the mirror. There is a distortion of images in a horizontal plane that is quite difficult to rear visibility. Sanvizer not sufficiently tight when closed. Found whistling at speeds above 70 kilometers per hour, something had to be modified to get rid of it. Otherwise I am very satisfied with the product, very comfortable fit, looks good. Excellent protection while riding in the rain, well protected from road dust. Well ventilated at speed. Easy to remove, easy to put on. Bad that helmet not at all secure way to fasten to the bike in those moments when I go to the store for example Feb 3, 2014
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MICHAEL M: The quality is very good. I would feel comfortable in an accident in this if that answers your question. Not sure what the gp standards are but the purpose of the helmet is to see someone coming up on you and also not having to move your head to look. Word of caution you will find yourself looking in the mirror a lot if you are doing gp as other bikes are always upon you unless you are Valentino Rossi. It's a great helmet and it has saved me with the blind spot numerous times. Feb 2, 2014
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Omar H: I'm not sure what you mean GP? I use this helmet on my cruiser. I don't have that much experience buying helmets this is probably my third helmet that I've purchased and the most expensive. However I should point out that I do not use this helmet as much because the face shield broke. As far as the rear view mirror inside the helmet, I don't find it very helpful and and up using side mirrors more often. Feb 2, 2014
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Brian V: My opinion is that this is a street riders best way to eliminate blind spots. I don't see any advantage in racing of any kind. The situational awareness of racing Wont benefit from fucusing on what is behind you. I would not reccomend the helmet for endurance events because of its' weight. B.V. Feb 3, 2014
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ANTHONY H: I never did gp or supermoto racing but if u wanted to use the rear view mirror it take some getting used to. Feb 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have an x12 and a RF1000. RF1000 being less noisy but a little heavier than the x12. (I wear a Medium). I'm curious about the Reevu but don't want a heavier helmet. I suspect it may be quieter. Feb 20, 2012
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Hawke: Comparing to my Shoei RF1000 and My HJC CL-16 the Reevu MSX1 is heavier but understandably so due to the rear-view system components. This slight drawback does not affect my riding even after long hours including one Iron Butt Saddlesore 1000 ride. No neck or muscle spasms or pain at all even with my back problems.

Wind noise is quiet. Once in a while I like to hear the motor and I have to open up the face shield to hear what I want to hear (engine misses or other noises I should be aware of. Nice and quiet and warm in the winter.
Feb 15, 2013
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RevZilla: The Reevu helmet is heavier than both the Shoei X-12 and the Shoei RF1000. As for noise level, the Reevu faceshield seals well and keeps out a good amount of wind noise, and, when in place, the chin curtain helps reduce wind noise. May 2, 2012
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HeatXfer: I can't really answer the weight question, I didn't notice the weight one way or another.

As far as noise though, my experience has been that this helmet is noisey to very noisy.
Feb 19, 2013
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PHILIP Z: Definitely heavier then the average helmut, wind noise is not bad. Mar 26, 2012
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A shopper asked: My Sedici Strada is a Large but the BILTs I tried on during my Strada purchase felt too snug in a large. What size Reevu would suit me best? Nov 17, 2015
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Nathan A: Not too sure what you consider to be too snug, but the Reevu is a little more round in shape internally than most other helmets. So if you're like most people with a more oval head shape, then the Reevu will feel loose side to side after break in. My head measures 23" around so I bought the large like the size chart says, but eventually it became loose side to side. Front to back still fit properly and you can remedy the loose sides by purchasing cheek pads in size medium. All in all, you want your helmet to be snug but not painfully so. Enough so that when you wear it and grab the chin bar moving it side to side/up and down, your head should immediately turn in that direction with the helmet. If the helmet leads in either direction before your head moves, then the helmet is too loose. Since your previous helmets were size large I would stick with that and then see if it fits right with the procedure I stated earlier. If it fails, go whichever direction you need in size to get the correct fit as its hard to say without knowing the measurement around your head. Remember that revzilla has that free exchange the first time if you get it wrong. Nov 17, 2015
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Richard C: Every helmet I've ever used is a Large and this fits perfect. Recommend you purchase the mirror face shield if you typically ride with sunglasses though because its tough to see the mirror and it looks distorted with my oakleys, Nov 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: Greetings can this helmet withstand ballistics like a Kevlar vest? Sep 16, 2015
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ATIF I: Nowhere it says its kevlar enforced. Also the rear view is crap. What they show in their marketing is not accurate. I returned it within 24 hrs of receiving it. Sep 16, 2015
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V I: If you find a helmet that can let me know....
Answer is NO, but can see who's approaching from behind
Sep 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: Are there any reflectors on the helmut? Dec 3, 2012
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Hawke: The reflection is from a mirror system that is installed above the head of the rider inside the helmet shell. It takes the reflected image from the rear viewport, reflects overhead and into the optic mirror part just above the eyes. The optic part is adjustable and it does not block any front vision (side note: it does block direct "in the eyes" sun, though, which is great). Feb 15, 2013
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RevZilla: There are no light reflectors on the helmet to assist in rider visibility. Dec 4, 2012
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A shopper asked: can someone tell me the weight of this helmet? Sep 8, 2014
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Lyle T: Hello first off I own a dozen helmets . My reevu is lite weight.I think it's the best helmet I own .I really like it.If I had anything to tell ya is you should always have a good haircut before wearing it Sep 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can someone please tell me the weight of this helmet? Sep 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is it possible to get a pinlock visor with this guy? Sep 5, 2012
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RevZilla: There is no pinlock ready version of the Reevu MSX1 Faceshield available. Sep 5, 2012
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