Just what you need
If you have a Schuberth helmet, this is what you need to securely lock it to your bike when parked. I was carrying mine around, to cheap to go for the lock, happily came to my senses and purchased one.
July 27, 2015
Little pricey but works as advertised
This product works good for locking your schuberth helmet. It's pricier than I would have liked but was best option. Of course like all helmet locks if the thief really wants it he's going to cut the strap and take it.
June 22, 2015
Works on a Can Am
This works well on the rear side rail of my Can Am Spyder STS.
June 15, 2015
Well made and easy to use
Needed some way to lock up my Schuberth helmet since my riding gear take up most of the room of my side and top boxes. The only problem I had is that my BMW R1200RT has no place to attach the lock. I fixed the problem by drilling a hole in my top box and installing an eye bolt that I had painted to match the box. It is solid and secure.
April 27, 2015
Lock it and walk
If you long for a helmet lock of the same look and feel of your Schuberth helmet, look no further! Pretty simple lock that is easy to use. The locking carabiner is a little clunky making the handlebars the best option for securing it to your bike (at least on my R1200GS anyway). Does the trick, can't ask for much else.
December 7, 2014
Buy a HelmetLok2 if you don't need the T-bar
I bought this on top of the HelmetLok2 because there were 2 helmets I needed to secure, and I needed the T-bar for my Schuberth helmet. I realised when both arrived that all Schuberth did was take a HelmetLok2 and labelled it Schuberth: both sets were identical except for the brand names on their sides. In the picture, the Schuberth lock looks much smaller than the HelmetLok2 but, trust me, they're exactly alike, except that for $45, the Schuberth came with the T-bar slip, and for $25.95, you get the very same HelmetLok2 without the T-bar and the Schuberth branding. Two things to note: 1. one of the reviews above referred to this kit coming with just a 3-digit combi. The one I received had 4 digits. 2. You can secure 2 helmets to 1 lock, it'll be snug but it can be done. So you don't actually need 2 locks for 2 helmets.
October 10, 2014
Great way to secure your helmet!
Bought two of these locks for our Schuberth Helmets. Great and easy way to secure the helmets to the K1600GTL. About the only bummer was that BMW didn't allow for locking the helmets to the K1600. One would have thought since Schuberth and BMW were in bed with one another, BMW would have designed a lock for the Schuberth.
About the only place that I found this lock to work was on the mirror support arms.
June 23, 2014
JUST OK... THERE ARE BETTER OPTIONS
Even when this is a "Schuberth" named product, my helmet lock system is now a 3 piece operation (4 if you include the helmet), it takes too much time to set it up and I am not crazy about the helmet being held from the quick release ratchet system, I believe that I will get a longer cable and just use the lock that will make this more simple to operate.
May 12, 2014