AGV AGVisor LCD Face Shield
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  • AGV AGVisor LCD Face Shield
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  • AGV AGVisor LCD Face Shield
  • AGV AGVisor LCD Face Shield
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AGV AGVisor LCD Faceshield

The AGV AGVisor LCD Face Shield fits the AGV Corsa, AGV Pista GP and the AGV GT Veloce Helmets. With just one click of a button and in less than a second, the AGV AGVisor LCD Faceshield changes from Clear to Smoke. When the rechargeable battery runs low, the fail-safe system automatically switches to clear. The LCD AGVisor can be easily operated while riding thanks to its ergonomic design.

Features:

  • 3mm thick anti fog shield
  • Approximately 2 hour charge time
  • Powered by a small built-in rechargeable battery
  • 12 hours use in Smoke mode
  • Daytime use only
  • e-Tint liquid crystal technology

2.6 / 5
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
2.6 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
3.2 / 5
Style
3.2 / 5
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
AGV AGVisor LCD Face Shield 1068727 KV0A9N1-001/KV0A9N10012FTO In Stock: Ships within 24 hours

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Great Concept But Be Wary of Quality Issues
AGVisor originally purchased from overseas so this is an advanced review after using this product for a month.

I ordered my first AGVisor and upon receipt I noticed a small hole in the LCD film about eye level. The AGVisor was enclosed inside the box with a plastic cover over the visor and the usb charging cable loose to slide around. I am unsure as to how the hole occurred (from loose cable sliding around? defect from manufacturer?). The visor still functioned while testing inside my apartment.

Press the button on the side of the helmet for on/off (tint/untinted). Note: the untinted/off function still has a very light smoke tint to it. It is not completely clear.

Charging the AGVisor only took about 2 hours. After plugging in the included usb cable into the visor, it goes into tinted mode, and once fully charged it changes to clear.

I decided the hole in the LCD was not an issue so I did not immediately return it due to the time and cost to ship back internationally. After installing onto the helmet, which is just as easy as AGV's normal face shields, I took it for a test ride.

The hole at my eye level was not noticeable when the visor was in clear mode, but immediately as I turned the tint on, the trouble began. The hole stayed clear, of course, and I also noticed a rainbow effect on the top portion of the LCD film when the sun was unobstructed by clouds (think about how putting a magnet up to a CRT computer screen would warp/distort the screen#. I attempted to turn it on and off again, check to see if the LCD film was not adhered tight enough but to no avail.

I subsequently ended up shipping it back and ordering a new visor hoping this was just a fluke. I searched Youtube for other riders whom have purchased this overseas and found only a hand full, but one Youtuber had a similar experience with his AGVisor having a defect in the LCD film also. How big of an issue this really is with quality, most likely will not be known until more people post reviews of their experiences. Im sure some will have no problems while some like me will.

I received my second AGVisor and inspected immediately. I again noticed a small #very small# hole again in the film above eye level but again the visor on/off worked fine. I went for another test ride with the new visor and the hole was not noticeable since it was not at eye level. Unfortunately, yet again, the rainbow effect at the top half of the visor still occured when in direct sunlight.

The visor is dark enough when tinted for my taste. It is not a completely dark smoke in direct sunlight. In normal, indoor lighting, it does appear to be a dark smoke #you may notice that in some videos posted online#. I have zero complaints about the darkness of the tint.

In summary, the visor works to block out sunlight and looks amazing when you pulling up to someone and tint the visor with a click of the button and ride off. You will receive lots of compliments #mostly dudes but as a biker you understand how the reality of owning a bike and who is impressed compares to what you imagined lol). I decided to keep the visor and just deal with the rainbow effect. It does not affect the whole visor as I stated just the upper 10%.

I will be happy to respond to any further questions if you reply to this post.
September 21, 2015
Ride:
2014 Triumph Daytona 675
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
Features
1 / 5
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1 / 5
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1 / 5
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As gimmicky as the power glove.
Liquid crystals (the 'LC' in 'LCD') work by polarizing light. Anyone who has ever worn polarized lenses under a face shield will know that it creates rainbows. This shield constantly has rainbows you have to look through and it hurts your eyes. On top of that, the added layer of film creates holograms of all incoming light. You'll see 3 of every headlight and stop light. It's incredibly annoying.

The screen also removes about an inch from your FOV on both sides and downward. It's the difference between looking left and right, or down at your gauges, and needing to twist your head around in the wind. Again, very annoying.

The tint is also not very dark. My iridium shield is much darker on my AGV corsa.
October 6, 2015
Ride:
2001 Honda CBR600F F4I
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
2 / 5
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4 / 5
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3 / 5
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Good for changing conditions.
This seems to be an e-Tint MX-8 and a Pinlock applied to a standard AGV clear non-race visor, plus a markup for assembling it all perfectly.

The versatility comes with compromises: the rainbow effect, un-darkened area around the perimeter, visual distortion of extra layers, less tinting than a full dark tint.

I'd rather not carry a spare visor and deal with changing it, so this will be for daytime-into-evening rides, and/or dry-and-wet days. For pure sunny day rides I'll stick with a plain dark visor.

I agree with the other reviewer's suspicion about the loose USB cable in the box dinging the inside surface. There's just a thin plastic bag protecting the inside surface from the included coiled USB cable with its squared metal connector end rattling around in the box. No reason they couldn't have taped it down or put it underneath.

I had been keen to get one of these since it was announced in the spring, but am a bit disappointed it's not good enough to be my primary visor. That and the price are why I don't recommend it, but I'm keeping it to be the alternate.
October 6, 2015
Ride:
1997 Ducati 916 Strada
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Half and Half
I am on the fence with this product. When you hear about it it sounds way cool, but when you actually use it, there are certain limitations. I learned I am willing to live with the limitations as it complements my riding life. I can see though that many people may dislike the product.

The good...is obvious. no more stuffing another shield with you if you know you are going to be out. Wow that is actually so convenient. The battery lasts a while. One of my rides was 4-5 hours, was on the whole time no problems. In the sun, you will notice there is a polarizing effect from the LCD. I am used to it since I use polarized sunglasses so there was really no adjustment for me. This might not be the case for others.

The bad. it seems delicate. It also seems hard to clean. You know how you may throw your gloves into your helmet? yeah i stopped doing that with this lens on. lol sort of a pain. Do I even have to bring up price? I'd say its worth...200 at MOST and i believe thats high.

2 more bads. the LCD portion does not cover the whole shield, only a portion if you look carefully. when on the highway and looking back, it may hinder your vision. that also leads to the other bad. light still leaks through.

1 more bad. its more light smoke than clear. I have used it at night and its good enough. just know its not CLEAR.

so overall, i like the product. I questioned it at first, but I soon learned how to use it without me having to think about it 24/7. When not in use (i use dark smoke normally) i always keep it in the plastic wrap it came in to prevent dust getting on the screen.
November 16, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2007 Honda CBR600RR
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
2 / 5
Comfort
2 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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This product has terrible viewing angles
I disliked this product so much that I am posting my first review on a product....ever! I originally bought this because I wanted the latest and greatest but to my dismay found it to be lacking in what I bought it for. Firstly, as everyone has said, this is not a clear or removable pinlock system. It has a light smoke as it's default without using power. Although I knew this beforehand, I've ridden at night with a light smoke visor on many times in the past and this product is similar in that nature as far as visibility goes. However, due to the nature of the LCD part of the visor system mounting you actually get reduced visibility all the way around the pin lock system and then some. Typically, a pin lock insert is mounted and held in place by the two (don't know what they're called) prongs inside the visor and the vacuum created by the edges of the insert. This product however, seems to be held in place by some kind of a sealant that extends beyond the insert's borders, that is not see thru and thus reduce it's visibility range to the point that your viewing angles from side to side as well as up and down are greatly affected. Please note that the technology is great and I find it to be a nice conversation piece but do not recommend it due to safety concerns and definitely do not recommended for people who are too lazy to switch their visors out for night time riding. Thanks for reading.
January 11, 2016
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had to give it a shot
P B on Jul 26, 2016
something for all day all night riding.
Eric L on Nov 29, 2015
had to give it a shot
P B on Jul 26, 2016
I have 3 AGV helmets and this is so great for riding when you start in the daylight hours and continue into the night. A simple touch of a button changes the visor from a medium tint to clear.
D F on Dec 5, 2015
something for all day all night riding.
Eric L on Nov 29, 2015
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ryan e on Oct 23, 2015
I have 3 AGV helmets and this is so great for riding when you start in the daylight hours and continue into the night. A simple touch of a button changes the visor from a medium tint to clear.
D F on Dec 5, 2015
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ryan e on Oct 23, 2015
Hi there, I am Octavio, let me know if the AGVisor fits all the AGV Pista GP Helmet sizes?. Regards
Octavio G on Sep 6, 2016