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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.

Features:

  • Patented rear-view technology
  • Tri-composite carbon fibreglass, Kevlar and synthetic hi-tenacity advanced fibre 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.

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Reevu MSX1 Rear-View Helmet - Closeout 4.4 5 70 70
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
At least understand what you are buying My friend has just been on the Revzilla site to buy a Reevu and brought this comment to my attention. I am now in my late 70’s and have had every make of helmet you can think of. When I first saw a Reevu, I knew just by looking at it that it was a proper thing, a real helmet, and am now the proud owner of three, my first MSX1 still in great condition and apart from the other two Reevu’s I have, it is without doubt the best helmet I have ever had, even without the miraculous rear view system. I detest unfounded comments and am compelled to write the following... I am somewhat puzzled to the previous comment about the shell finish of Reevu Helmets, after four helmets you would have thought the penny might have dropped and I am surprised at Revzilla as they should know better. Reevu helmet shells are completely handmade for your benefit and with that comes slight imperfections. They are not your typical plastic moulded mass produced helmet. Or is this just another comment from the Reevu competitors! April 27, 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
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
MSX1R Having owned one of the first MSX helmets and had it shipped from overseas I was impressed and it's been 5 years later and it's time for me to rotate it out for a new shell. Decided to go with the MSX1R. Well, all I have to say is the paint quality on 4 out of 4 (Yeah, I know 4 tries. I'm crazy after the 2nd so shame on me) helmets came to me were defective. With white spots, squiggled paint line, missed paint spot, chipped paint and debris on the paint all underneath the clear coat. RevZilla has been doing awesome customer service in helping get through the whole process. I received the 4th helmet today and pretty much am returning right now. Other than that, their product is nice. Yes, its a little heavier but you get used to it. Wind noise is pretty high. Wearing earplugs helps. The gap next to your ears is a great spot for speakers. This is where I put my Sena speakers. The "rearview" portion will eventually get loose over time and under hard riding it just pop back and forth on its own. I've actually went down on it but at low speed and it held of well. The sena took most of the blow. But that survived also. Now, I would not recommend the MSX1R due to their explanation of someone "sleeping on the job" in their quality assurance dept. Stupid excuse if you ask me for a $480 helmet. Just stick to a solid color. But who knows. Off to decide on a different helmet to order from the ZLA team. April 17, 2015
good for warmer weather I haven't really tried this out fully yet. Cause the first time I used it, it fogged up and then at night the visor iced up. So i am going to wait till it warms up to use it. Overall it looks nice, and fits good. Cause of the fogging and ice issues, I don't know if the rear view mirror works. Will update later. January 12, 2015
replace rear shield I love this helmet. Could never go back to a traditional helmet. I would recommend replacing the rear shield with a clear shield and face shield with a tinted or mirrored shield. It increased my rear view by 30%. February 22, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Randall R: I ride with a friend of mine that loves his helmet dearly. He has five other helmets and picks the Reevu every time. I had to get it. Apr 16, 2015
daniel z: this helmet is awesome. I wont be able to ride without a rearview system again Feb 8, 2015
Ron A: This is my first street bike helmet and I liked the concept of having a rear view mirror. Jan 9, 2015
Chris C: Looks to be the best rear view tech: No batteries, no warm-up, no flashing lights, nothing to fail. Simple and it works. Dec 29, 2014
jerry d: rear view mirror more on safety and the price Dec 3, 2014
Bobby H: Want to take advantage of the safety involved in being able to see behind me as I drive. Oct 20, 2014
Diego B: I need a second helment, I hope the reevu helment will provide a safty improvement when commuting Oct 14, 2014
C H: improved visual information Aug 25, 2014
Hadi K: The only helmet yet with the capability of a rear view camera, makes me feel safer riding Aug 11, 2014
Hrishikesh M: Most of my biking is city commuting. Up here in MA people aren't as aware of motorcyclists. I believe that if you're going to be riding a motorcycle here then I need to be aware and very visible to all other motorists. Really hoping this helmet lives up to it's reported capabilities. Aug 3, 2014
Jeff D: Put the past in the rearward Jul 1, 2014
Waleed A: Safety value to keep an eye on tailgaters. Looks good. Choice was between matte black and titanium. Decided on titanium as matte black would trap in heat for summer rides (it gets really hot here) plus the close out price didn't hurt! May 18, 2014
Col Bill L: Rear view ability beyond my mirror view. Price of close out. Ease of ordering. Organized web page makes ordering a snap! May 6, 2014
Alper G asked: Hello, i will buy M size helmet. What's helmet's made date? i need like 2014 made date helmet. I don't want older helmets. Jul 14, 2014
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Jeff D: 4-29-2011 is the production date of the Large MSX1 close out helmet I purchased in June.I like the Helmet cheek pads were very tight till broke in. Good Helmet would recommend buying.If the date is a hang up for you how bought trying the Modular ? Jul 15, 2014
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Jonnathan C: Only Revzilla could truly answer this question... I suggest calling. Generally speaking closeout items are older stock. Being this is July 2014 I would bet best you could hope for is 2013 manufacturing date. Jul 15, 2014
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Sergey Igorevich B: I don't know date, but for M size you have to buy L Jul 15, 2014
A shopper asked: Is this DOT approved yet? Jul 31, 2014
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Andrew Y: Yes Aug 1, 2014
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Mike T: I'm not sure if it is, but truthfully I do not care, I have 6 helmets ranging from Shoei, Arai, Scorpions, suomy, and the ReeVu, the dust is collecting on the others!!!! Once you get used to the ReeVu you probably won't go back to your other helmet!!! Jul 31, 2014
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