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Scorpion EXO-900 Transformer Furtive Helmet

The EXO-900 Transformer Helmet gives you the freedom to choose between Full- and Open-Face configurations with the added benefits of detachable peak visor and dropdown sun visor. This makes the Scorpion EXO-900 truly unique and gives you options that no other modular helmet can offer. In seconds and with no tools, you can convert your full-face helmet to an open-face version to meet the changing riding conditions or style preference if you ride different motorcycles or scooters.

Features:

  • AirFit™ helmet pump air inflation system for a custom fit. Cheek pad and neck roll adjustment system for improved fit and wind noise reduction
  • EverClear no-fog shield system
  • KwikWick washable wicking liner
  • Retractable SpeedView no-fog internal sun visor
  • Toggle Aero-tuned vent system
  • Polycarbonate composite shell
  • DOT / ECE approved
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Scorpion EXO-900 Transformer Furtive Helmet 4.6 5 10 10
Great Features and Quality! I am a 27 y/o female. I chose this helmet because it does have the modular feature. you can easily flip up the face to take the helmet off and on so it does not destroy your hair or makeup. It is also one of the very few modular helmets that is DOT and ECE approved. It is a little on the heavy side, due to the modular aspect, but not really bad at all. The fit is nice and snug, and I can still trun my head back to see traffic behind me (which was very hard to do in my previous helmet.) Also, when I look behind me on the highway, the helmet is aerodynamic enough where I don't feel like I'm gonna blow off the back of the bike when I turn my head. One of my favorite features is the flip down sun visor! When driving to work, I am facing the sunrise dead on and absolutely can not see at all, now with the visor, I just pop it down and up soo easily while on the highway and I can see just fine! I love how this helmet looks, and also love the feature of converting it into an open face. :) I am very happy with my purchase :) December 23, 2013
it is a very safe helmet I have had only one minor spill due to gravel but only came away with a scratch on the helmet, no damage to the cranium the helmet fits my head with no discomfort and is not heavy. That being said, the shield sometimes fogs up a little and the padding around the cheek area is a bit too tight. now I do have a bit of a square jaw but it not so wide that it would leave indentations on my face. November 18, 2013
Everything I was looking for This is a stylish, well constructed modular helmet with a fit that is spot on. I would not hesitate in making his purchase again. Highly recommended. September 30, 2013
Great value in a modular! Been riding with this helmet for about three weeks now and I absolutely love this helmet. My head is a round shape when viewed from the top and measures 22 1/4. I ordered a medium and it's a little snug, but it's my understanding that a proper fit will be. I have not experienced any discomfort in up to three hour rides. (I have not ridden beyond that yet) Airflow could be better, but I can live with it. Being a modular, I do sometimes flip it up at stoplights to cool off. It's also handy for talking to gas attendants. Overall I would say this helmet is quiet. It is quieter than my Akuma Frost and Arai RX7RR4. I do however wear earplugs all the time and can notice a slight whistle above 55 or so. Another review mentions this is caused by the slot that the interior sunglass visor comes down from. I suspect that this is a spot on analysis because it is less noticeable when the interior sunglass part is extended. I really like the ruby visor and will try to post up a review of it. August 29, 2013
Scorpion EXO-900 Transformer Furtive Helmet This is my second Scorpion. Loved the first one, and this one is a bit better with the graphics. Very comfortable, but slight noise when on the highway. Great bang for the buck! July 29, 2013
Loaded with features the have benefits to all riders. Keeps head normal no sweating in the hot desert rides. Easy to transform from full to open face. Drop down sun visor is the best. My chin will hit the full face shield when I flex it out, but I do not ride in that position so it works well. The weight is balanced well and not heavy feeling as with other full face helmets I have owned. Noise level is good as the expensive full face helmets I have owned. I ride a K1200LT BMW on long distance trips and forget about wearing the helmet it is that comfortable. My wife has one just like it and she says it the best helmet she has ever had, no complaints as she can work all features with gloves on. Scorpion scored big with the Transformer. July 23, 2013
great customer service bought the furitive in white for my girlfriend and she loved it. the first one came damaged however revzilla went above and beyond in my opinion to make it right. i wanted her to have a good protecting helmet but also have the comfort of quickly opening it up when she wanted to. the transforming abitity was an added feature and is fairly simple to do with a little practice. nice helmet and looks great! April 18, 2013
Very Nice Helmet... The main reason why I chose this helmet was the style and color...I wanted a modular (for flip up at fuel stations and stop-n-go traffic during the summer heat)...also I wanted white for visibility in traffic that had some nice looking graphics (but nothing extreme like skulls or crazy swirls) and this version of the EXO-900 fit the bill... I wear a size "large" and the fit is perfect...though I have to flip the helmet open when taking on/off due to the wind guard under the chin (not a big deal)...wind noise is very low and the venting gets the job done...for those of you who have a more pointed crown head may not find this helmet comfortable...(as with my brother...he tried it on and started to get a headache within 5 minutes)...but for me the helmet is great and the flip down internal sun visor is a plus... My main complaint is the optional sun visor for 3/4 wear...I wish this was a separate item to order so that the helmet may have been sold at a little lower price point...as I do not plan on using this helmet in 3/4 mode... Pros: Style/graphics...internal visor... Cons: Price...chin strap could use more padding... Would I purchase again?...Yes... July 2, 2012
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Scorpion EXO-900 Transformer Furtive Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Khary M: Great value, good protection, stylish and functional. Oct 1, 2013
W A: Im a girl and want a Modular helmet cuz its easier to get on and off w/out destroying my hair/ makeup. Also its one of the few modular that is dot and ece... I would obviously love a snell rated modular but they are so pricey. I also need the flip down sun visor cuz riding to work in the morning, I get completely blinded by the sun for a few seconds and its scary! This helmet also has the inflatable cheek pads and insides which helps because most helmets do not fit my small face snugly enough. Sep 27, 2013
Robert C: Reviews, looks, graphics, clout pricing. Aug 14, 2013
Victoria M asked: Is the inner drop down visor light smoke, or dark smoke? Oct 5, 2013
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Victoria M: I want to buy a darker tint sun visor than the stock visor, does anyone know if the "dark smoke" is darker than the stock one or is it the same?? http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/scorpion-exo-900-inner-sun-shield Dec 12, 2013
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Aaron H: Victoria,
It is a light to medium tint sun shade--if it's just bright outside, it cuts it pretty good. If I'm driving into the sun, it's not really enough tint. Hope this helps. It's a great helmet--I've got about a year on mine and love it--quiet, sunshade works well, vents work well.

Aaron
Oct 6, 2013
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Mike P: I would call it light smoke, but think they have different shades and colors both for the outer shield and inner shade, I do like the helmet but has a fair amount of wind noise, not sure any others would be better with jaw piece that flips up Oct 5, 2013
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Daniel B: I also bought the Lazer Carbon modular helmet from these guys. It has the transitions face shield and gets nice and dark. Has great ventilation and is super light too. I haven't used the exo since I bought the Lazer.
Oct 5, 2013
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Travis S: It is more of an in between the two. I like it even in the brightest days to the cloudy days when you just need a little extra. I hope that helps Oct 5, 2013
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Robert P: I consider it to be a light smoke. Its dark enough for day time so you do not need sunglasses which is very nice. Easy to use as well. Oct 5, 2013
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Alejandro G: I'd say it's dark smoke. A good substitute for normal sunglasses, unless you have a real good pair that's polarized. Oct 5, 2013
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Richard V: It's fairly dark and does a good job making it unnecessary to wear sunglasses. Oct 11, 2013
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Daniel B: It's like smoke. Not as dark as most sunglasses but adequate. Oct 5, 2013
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Paul C: In my opinion it is light Oct 5, 2013
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Jorge Alberto D asked: Good evening, we apologize for my bad English, I wanted to know if there is some version of this helmet strap themselves have insurance? or are two classic hoops through which one passes the tape? I can assure you that is the only thing holding me to purchase this helmet , thanks in advance for your reply Nov 28, 2013
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Robert C: The two circular hoops are to secure the helmet strap securely keeping the helmet on. There is a strap you pull to dislodge the strap making it easy to remove when taking the helmet off. It is required by law to have a secure fastening device. All helmets have the same dual loop system. My transformer is one of the best helmets I have ever owned. You will not regret the purchase. Dec 4, 2013
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Timothy N: I purchased this helmet and have been very happy with it. The strap is the standard looking strap. yes it has two "classic hoops through which one passes the tape" - it is exactly like ever other one I have had on other helmets. Dec 3, 2013
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Arthur G: Hoops and tape on this helmet = yes. A good description, especially if you are having trouble with English. We call them "D" rings and strap in USA. But yes, that is the type of system this helmet has. Ride safe. Dec 4, 2013
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Darrell L: This helmet has the two "D" rings that the strap passes through. Hope this answers your question. Dec 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does the Sena smh10 mount up well on this helmet? If so which model Sena smh 10 would be best for this helmet? Sep 6, 2013
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Victoria M: Yes it mounts just fine on mine. I didn't even use the double sided tape, just the screws and without the extra padding for the ear pieces b/c the helmet is so snug Oct 5, 2013
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Jon A: Have not had any experience with that device. Sep 6, 2013
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Larry H: Sorry, that is one I cannot answer. Sep 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: I plan on buying the EXO 900 and want to know the difference between the regular and the furtive helmets. Oct 15, 2012
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RevZilla: The 'Furtive' part of the helmet description refers to this particular graphic style, which I'm guessing is more of a commentary on the subtlety of the design, rather than any feelings of guilty nervousness that might come along with wearing it. Oct 16, 2012
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A shopper asked: What is the weight of the EXO 900 transformer helmet? Apr 29, 2012
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Stevan P: A size large Scorpion EXO-900 weighs in at 1888 grams> Unfortunately, we do not have a break down of each size but will fall not too far out of this range. May 4, 2012
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A shopper asked: what is difference in this years new model of the scorpion 900? Jun 30, 2011
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Chris K: This model is just a new graphics option. Otherwise there are no functional changes. Jul 1, 2011
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A shopper asked: I've been an Arai wearer for years. I have a long oval, i.e., Signet, Profile shaped head. I tried a Quantum years ago and it "worked", but it didn't fit me like the others. I have raced with them...and still instruct at the track wearing them. However, I am now also enjoying time on a Goldwing and have been looking at the CT-Z. Your vides and information online suggest it's not going to fit me.... I'm continuing my search for an open face that will fit, that has the protection I'm accustomed to (I've thrown away a few Arai's after they've done their job) along with the features a touring helmet should provide (quiet, internal sun visor, etc.) Can you help me cut to the chase? Are there pads that would allow the CT-Z to fit me? Are there no open face that will work? Should I look into a modular? (I've looked hard at the Scorpion EXO-900.... it has the features, yet your site says it'll not fit my head...) HELP? Sep 14, 2013
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Scorpion Helmets

SizeHat SizeHead Circumference (in) Head Circumference (cm)
XS6 5/8
20 7/8 - 21 1/4
53-54
SM6 7/8 - 7
21 5/8 -2255-56
MD7 1/8 - 7 1/4 22 7/16 - 22 13/16
57-58
LG7 3/8 - 7 1/2
23 1/8 - 23 5/859-60
XL7 5/8 - 7 3/4
24 - 24 3/8
61-62
2XL7 7/8 - 8
24 13/16 - 25 3/16 63-64
3XL8 1/8 - 8 1/4
25 9/16 - 26
65-66

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

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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
White / XS 784073 90-1052 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / SM 784074 90-1053 Out of Stock
White / MD 784075 90-1054 Out of Stock
White / LG 784076 90-1055 Out of Stock
White / XL 784077 90-1056 Out of Stock