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Bell went beast mode when they turned out the Revolver EVO Helmet. With a bang-for-the-buck factor that cannot be contended with, the Bell Revolver EVO Modular Helmet competes in a space very few competitors can match. By far the sportiest modular helmet on the market, the Revolver EVO is crammed with premium features like an integrated drop-down sun visor, lightweight composite polycarbonate alloy shell, Velocity Flow ventilation system and compatibility with the Bell Transitions SolFX Photochromatic Faceshield, all while maintaining an affordable price point. If you are looking for a versatile helmet that can hang with the big boys without emptying your wallet, the Bell Revolver EVO checks all the boxes.
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Looking at the Bell Revolver EVO it's a step forward from the original Bell
Revolver that we saw in 2011. The feed-back on the Bell Revolver was, it
was very popular, it was a complete new market segment for Bell. And nobody
really done a really aggressive looking modular flip face helmet. When I
say modular, I immediately mean that the chin bars are going to go up.
But what they found with their first iteration in 2011 that it was a bit
noisy. People were having some issues with the gasket around the face
shield, with some wind noise from underneath. And they said you know what
people love this helmet around $200 it's a home run. Let's see if we can go
back to the drawing board make it a hair more quiet, and let's release
basically a half step forward version that's going to address some of the
So if you look in front of me I have the new Revolver EVO. It's going to
come in solids, you looking at the mat-black and I'm going to basically
break down for this full video. And what I really want to do is briefly
show the scratch pin-stripe version. Which is something we haven't seen yet
from Bell, which is a more aggressive version here on the modular helmet.
With pin-stripes over mat-black they really set it off. Check that bad boy
out. Move this guy over to the side.
So we talked about the changes, the changes are going to be the new iport
gasket. It's going to be more quiet. Other key change it's going to be a
chin curtain built into the bottom here that's going to keep cold air out,
it's also going to add in the encompassing effect underneath and around the
chin to keep air noise down.
We're also going to see is that we have a new sun-visor mechanism when I
pull it down here, my mechanism underneath different shape to the anti-fog,
anti-scratch sun visor that is retractable. So again it's a bit more full
spectrum, it's a bit more all-encompassing. Let's change the shape and give
people better coverage because nothings worse than folks different head
shapes and different facial features that might have the old one that might
have cut them off in the middle. And again to work that you're looking at
down here along the bottom, spring loaded, easy to find, easy to use with a
glove on, notice it works that well.
You're still having, you know, from Bell looking at this helmet a lot of
the features do carry over. So the first things you're going to notice,
it's the similar shield that we're going to see on the RS1 on the Vortex
and the Star so you can get that photochromic shield, which is awesome.
Also vent configuration from last year. You still have three in tacks, two-
two position chimneys up here on the top, so one position, two portions on
both sides are going to vent directly through the EPS to the head and then
you're going to have an open and close down here on the chin.
As far as the modular mechanism the buttons going to be underneath. There's
my button. It's going to come up this is going to be a DOT helmet, it's
very hard to do Snell, or ECE on modulars; you typically don't see it
happen. It's going to be a DOT helmet on a poly carbonate shell. And poly
carbonate really is a basic- it's a strong fiber but it's getting your
basic again remember we're right around that $200 price point.
If we look here on the side you also have aluminum mechanisms for the
locking mechanism here on the hinge. So when this comes down and locks into
place you get a nice solid seal.
As far as the removal, of the face shield very, very easy. I'm going to
spin it this way, do one side, do the other side, very simple to put it
back on. Bell has one of the simple mechanism in the industry. Double snap,
and down and you're done. And this is the nutra fog 3 system so there is a
coating that's going to be on this shield as well to keep it fog free.
Moving to the back let's talk about exhaust. We all know if you watched our
videos, that when you have a spear which is a helmet moving at high speed
through the air. What happens is you get this area of vacuum behind the
helmet as air comes over the curve surface at the top. And you're going to
have these big Venturi events that have cals around them.
You also have some winglet vents down here on the side. And what that's
going to do is, this area of low pressure actually pulls warm moist air out
of the helmet out of the back and it's going to... the air gets forced in
through the front circulates around your head. Hopefully keeps you cool,
keeps you comfortable. Pulls that sweat away and that's going to get sucked
out through the back.
So let me pull my donut over here now. And let's start to break this guy
down a little bit further. So you're going to look at it from the bottom
again. We talked about the new chin curtain, might as well open it up.
Other things they've incorporated here. As I'm started to pull out the
cheek pads, make sure that I'm undone here. Notice they're using the
magnafusion which is making its way to almost all Bells at this point. So
the strap keeper keeps in place via magnates that's not going to flap on
Undo my double D ring. And let's start to break down cheek pad. So cheek
pads fully removable neck roll. They've added the mesh here and this mesh
is going to allow you to have full access to a Bluetooth unit and the
speakers would actually sit in the recess speaker pocket. You can see in
here as well. See it right just right in there. You're going to see that
recess cut away, that's going to allow you to hide that pocket, so it's not
going to create any thickness that might press on your ear on longer rides.
Fully removable, fully washable, wicking interior, there's my contoured
cheek pads they're going to sit against your face. And as I pull this guy
down you're going to see that we have a micro-fiber strap with that mesh
material that's going to wick again along the chin strap. And now we can
pull the comfort liner out.
A few snaps in the back and one of the things that I like at the do is
along the front here you can see along the front it's not snaps it actually
sits in this brow area, pop it out here. And what you do by having this, is
still this 3-D liner, it's going to be foam with cut-always so you're going
to get that venting from the top of the EPS ,you know the vent channels go
right to your head.
What they do here in the front is by not having snaps that live up along
the brow, what you're doing is taking the pressure points away. So there's
not change to get any hot spots on your forehead. Because up towards your
forehead there's not snaps like there are here in the back, that go
underneath your [inaudible 00:05:38] ridge there on the back of your head
and these really typically don't get in the way.
Now if we look here into the EPS you're going to see big vent channels
towards the forehead as I rotate back you see those channels that go out
the Venturi area where the back of the helmet again you're getting a lot of
bang for the buck out of a modular more aggressively styled, really just
around that- just over that $200 price point helmet. It comes in high vis,
it comes in a rally graphic which Bell has done really well for a while,
it' s going to come in this scratch graphic which we talked about early and
then you have mat black, gloss black, silver as well as white.
Again there's no secret why this is one of the stable helmets for 2011 at
RevZilla and it's nice to see Bell taking what they did making some slight
improvements and rolling out a completely designed helmet for 2012.