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Schuberth Helmet Lock

Enjoy the security and freedom of HelmetLok. Lock it, don’t lose it! Don’t be weighed down carrying your helmet around anymore! Just use the simple-to-operate, carabiner-style HELMETLOK and you can secure your helmet using the outward opening lock mechanism which conveniently fits any model bike.


  • Four tumbler, carabiner-style combination lock
  • Black Rubberized coating
  • Included T-bar slips through the helmet's Micro Lock Ratchet closure
  • Thick nickel plated steel 
  • 220lb. load capacity!
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Schuberth HelmetLok 4 5 9 9
Right product This is a very practical and clever product. Highly recommended March 3, 2014
Worth it After years of either dangling my helmet by the strap and misaligning my mirror or laying my helmet on the ground next to my bike while I rush into a convenience store or gas station worrying if it would be there on return or worst of all carrying the helmet into a restaurant and looking for a spare chair - this product alleviates all those headaches. Quick and easy to use. Best $40 I have spent on my bike... December 23, 2013
Nice product, could be better.. The Halmetlok for Schuberth is nice little lock with few shortcomings. The finish on the "T" bar is not very fine with rough edges. The loop hole in it just a little too small. You really need do push the lock through. Other then that, I think is is a good solution to secure helmets with quick release.. July 22, 2013
Piece of mind C3 Pro quite an investment. Want to keep it safe. Looks like it will do the job. June 24, 2013
It is good` This lock works well I only rated it as good cause it only has a 3 digit combo lock . If it had a 4 digit lock I would have rated it a 5 May 20, 2013
Good enough for quick lock in and out The quality on this lock is tight, good finish and the rubber outer casing is good to not ruin any finish it may come in contact with. the only down side is that the combination has no safe-cracking feature. This is only good for leaving your stuff out locked for couple minutes. But once you left it out for couple hours and someone decided to crack the code, chances are they will succeed. April 15, 2013
Schuberth? I have a couple Schuberth C3 helmets which do not have D rings, so you would think a schuberth lock would be designed for a schuberth helmet, NOT. I was thinking the T post was small enough to fit through the ratchet catch on the helmet NOT. However for a standard D ring style helmet it works great. April 15, 2013
Great for Schuberth C3 and other helmets without D rings This lock works great and stores in the windshield pouch of my Street Glide so is always handy. But you should list it on the right side of the C3 page so it is easier to find. I went through multiple Google searches looking for a helmet lock, finally found the HelmetLok webpage, it looked like I would have to use the cable option because they don't mention the Schuberth version, more Google searches to find a place to buy a HelmetLok, and one search took me back to the Revzilla page with the Scuberth specific version. Just what I needed for a helmet without a D ring. April 1, 2013
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Schuberth HelmetLok
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Mark R: I need a lock for my helmet that will accept the latching mechanism on my helmet. Seems to be a good item. Mar 20, 2014
L P: Secure my helmet to the motorcycle. Mar 8, 2014
Marc N: Quick lock for the helmet while I go for groceries. Feb 24, 2014
mukkhaphon a: No more carrying helmet Jan 24, 2014
Gary S: My sister has the type of helmet that does not have "D" rings. The T-Bar will work great on her Nolan helmet. Just in time for Christmas. Dec 1, 2013
A shopper asked: How does the tbar lock the helmet down? Were does it attached the chin lock? But then could you not just release it by bulling the red tab? Aug 27, 2013
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John P: Sorry, I didn't read the request fully and so my previous answer was about the C3 helmet, not the helmet lock. The t-bar goes through the chin strap release so that the "T" stops it from being pulled through. Then you put the hole in the t-bar over the shaft of the lock and close the lock. When you get it, you'll see how easy it is. There is no way to remove it without either the combination or ruining the helmet... except maybe bolt cutters, and most helmet thieves won't have those handy. Aug 28, 2013
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William B: I use mine on a Nolan 104 quick release chin strap. You have a male and a female end on the chin strap. Just slide the metal bar into the female end just like you would the male end if you were using the helmut and clicking the strap on. the tee prevent it from going any farther than in and the lock prevents it from coming back out until the caribiner style lock is removed from the hole. I love this lock, you can use it anywhere and even take it with you if you ride a different bike. Aug 28, 2013
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John P: There is one t-bar on each side of the jaw--much like those on the car door jamb that help keep the door in place in a crash. When you pull the face shield down, each side latches securely with a very audible click.

There are two red tabs, one you push up to release the locks and open the helmet and a second you pull down to release the chin strap. The helmet cannot be removed without first lifting the face shield.
Aug 28, 2013
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david h: You attach it by sliding the T Bar through the red tab, yes I suppose you can bully the red tab and break it to release it, but again this as well as other locks are deterrents, if someone wants to take your helmet they will. This is great small product easy for carrying around without big chain or cable. Choose your lock accoding to where you ride and park your bike. Aug 31, 2013
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Jona H: You slide the long part of the T-Bar through the top of the red latch where the latch's tab is. Once you put a lock through the hole on the T-Bar and lock it to something secure, your helmet is locked in. I can't post links to this answer, unfortunately, otherwise I would show you a picture of what I'm talking about. Aug 28, 2013
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A s: The T-Bar slides through the "clasp" side of the quick-release... it cannot be pulled out unless the T-Lock is not attached to it. Imagine the T-Bar slid through the clasp side, the "T" portion stops it from going any farther...

Hope this makes sense!?
Aug 28, 2013
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Tom T: It goes through the ratchet clasp (either direction is OK- whatever works best for where you are attaching it). Pulling red tab does not release it. The helmet is locked securely. This is a very good product and is good protection for the Schuberth helmet. Aug 28, 2013
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Gregory B: The T bar goes thru the chin strap piece (the female side).
You then use the locking carabiner to retain the other end of the T bar. It is secure as long as the chin strap is not cut by a vandal. Of course, the helmet would then be useless.
Aug 28, 2013
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William O: The tbar slides into the reciever of the chin strap. The long end of the tbar has a hole which the lock is placed through and then locke onto a secure place . I lock mine to the grab rail. the only way to get it off is to cut the strap Aug 28, 2013
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Chuck R: You just slide it through the pull latch as if your latching the helmet but using the tbar and then put lock through hole cant slide Tbar as lock and t hold it in. Aug 28, 2013
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Igor H: You just slide "T" bar into the quick lock and use the hole at the end with the lock to secure the helmet Aug 28, 2013
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Carlos L: Yes they attached to the chin lock. No you can use the Other side Aug 28, 2013
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David G asked: Will this work with the Schuberth C3Pro? Dec 16, 2013
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Julian M: It will but I recommend getting the new/wider version. The standard version (pictured) doesn't fit around most handlebars to end up locking your helmet to another post (Like saddlebag mounting posts). The larger/wider version isn't much bigger but it fits around my handlebar perfectly.

A great product that offers piece of mind when you leave your helmet on your bike.
Dec 18, 2013
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George E: Yes, it will work with the C3 Pro, but when I bought the lock, it didn't come with the little T-bar you see in the package (that may have changed and have been corrected). I was able to buy a T-bar from Whitehorse Gear, which fit the lock and worked just fine. Dec 17, 2013
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David H: I have used it with my Schuberth C3 and I believe that the ratchet mechanism on the chin strap is the same on the C3 and C3Pro so it should work fine. Dec 18, 2013
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Regan Z: Yes. The chin strap is the same for either helmet so it will work fine. Dec 16, 2013
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William O: Hi David yes this will work with your Helmet very easy to use Dec 16, 2013
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Steve M: I am using mine with a C3 - no problems. Dec 16, 2013
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Robert O: Yes. I have a C3Pro and it works fine. Dec 17, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black Rubberized 869415 99101000 In Stock: Ships next business day