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Scorpion EXO-R410 Neon Helmet
The all new Scorpion EXO-R410 elevates the standard for Scorpion’s entry level full face street helmet. With a newly designed advanced shell design, the ultra-lightweight SNELL approved EXO410 comes equipped with advanced features such as the Ellip-Tec ratchet system, Everclear face shield, Kwikwick 2 liners, a finely tuned ventilation system and the unprecedented integration of the Emergency Release System cheek pad into an entry level helmet.
- Advanced Polycarbonate Shell Ellip-Tec® Ratchet System
- EverClear® No Fog Faceshield
- Kwikwick 2® Anti-microbial Fabric Liner Lever
- Emergency Release System
- Aero-tuned Ventilation System
- Face Shield Vent/Lock
- DOT approved
- SNELL M2010 Approved
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Reviews & Questions
The scorpion large fits slightly tighter than the Bell large, but I didn't measure my head so take it with a grain of salt. I've worn the helmet for a week and about 250 miles and it still fits snug. However, after the initial squeeze, I forget that I am wearing it. My eyeglasses and sunglasses fit just fine without any pain on 45 minute rides.
I have noticed that my eyeglasses, rather than the visor, fog up if the shield is down and not locked with all of the vents open. I do not have this problem if I am wearing sunglasses.
I agree with the other reviewer that stated the visor does require some effort to move it. I rather this be the case than have a sloppy visor, but there should be some middle ground. I wish there was a click between closed and the first open notch to 'crack' the visor.
The helmet feels light compared to my generic polaris ATV helmet. I haven't had any neck fatigue like I get from extensive trail riding. I've ridden in 40-90 degree Fahrenheit temperatures and my head has yet to get cold or too hot. I have noticed some whistling at speeds >45 mph with the visor unlocked. This could get annoying on long highway rides.
I am happy with purchasing the R410 as my first helmet and cannot wait to get comfortable on my bike so I can try it at the track.
Stay safe out there!
My head measures right at 60cm and I would say neutral oval.
I tried on these helmets for comparison sack
Shoei Multitec too close to chin, head fit was perfect in Large
HJC SymaxIII Large was way to round , XL was too big
LaZer Monaco XL almost was perfect but was a bit painfull putting it on and wasn't as plush as the Shoei's. It had ALL the features I wanted if only it would have fit better.
Decided I was only going to buy what I could try on locally so it was between the Shoei Qwest and ExoR410. If the Qwest had a true hi viz option I would have bought that. The 500/1100 hi viz looked nice but weren’t as bright and didn’t really see the value. R410 was cheap enough for it to be worth while. I liked the features and hi viz paint for only $160. Anti Fog visor, Emergency cheek pads, REMOVEABLE liner and the super bright paint I was looking for. I saved so much compared to the $420 LaZer that I decided to pick up a Sena SMH10v11.
I ride a Concours14 with a Calsci XL Wide windshield. I found with the shield all the way down I get a whistle on the visor. You can apply more pressure to seat the visor against the rubber gasket which reduced a little more noise. I just keep my windshield up a hair and whistle goes away. I also easily removed the cheap plastic "S" thinking it could be causing air noise, collects more bugs and covers up more NEON paint. Just peel it off, no indent. It's a budget helmet sure and I really wanted a Shoei in size Large since the fit was SOO nice compared to all others but the XL in this helmet worked fine.
Sizing compared to EXO500/1100. Actually my 60cm head fit the EXO500 XL the best from the helmets I tried on at the local shop. The EXO500/1100 really ran small and the new 410 still runs small just not nearly as much. The 410 XL was slightly loose but the L was very very snug and I couldn't wear my Coolmax liner or winter liner with it.
Hopefully this extra info about other helmets I have tried will help you gauge which size will work, if you are in between sizes then size up, just know the 500/1100 fit even smaller per size.
r410 XL i think would fit a 61cm better
500/1100 XL would fit a 60cm
I plan on buying a Shoei Neotec once the price comes down for touring/weekend riding and use this R410 for commuting.
**I have a MFI Halo Band on the helmet and a Helmet Sunblocker from Aztec^Cargo for the visor. Halo works great for being seen at dark and the Sunblocker worked great today with all the sun. No need to swap out vizor for the commute home.
Could this review have been shorter. Yes. Good luck on the hunt. :)
After using it for a couple 100 miles I found that the helmet does not fit as well as other helmets I've tried. The reason for this is because Scorpion uses the same helmet shell for small, medium, and large. This means your snug fit is all more dependently on the cushions. Cushions break down over time leading to a more loose feel. I am not sure if this jeopardizes the protection. Luckily you can replace the cushions.
Overall this is a good helmet, but personally I would spend a little more next time for a helmet that is sized specifically for small, medium, large, etc.
My head is perfectly stable in all wind conditions and angles, including standing up at 80 (some angles can cause mild whistling around the visor edges).
Plus, it's extremely comfortable and looks great! The styling looks way better in real life than in the pictures.
And what I thought was a gimmick - the lever that cracks the visor just a bit - has turned out to be something I use all the time on cold mornings at a stop light. I use it so much I'm afraid I'm gonna wear it out...
An unexpected bonus was that my wife loves it too, and she wants one, she likes the Snell approval and the emergency removable pads.
She also likes the hi-viz color, something she normally does not care for. My old helmet was hi-viz, but Scorpion's version is richer, brighter, and "glows" in the daylight - I get lots of comments about it, whereas my old hi-viz helmet got zero. It's a noticeable difference.
My only complaint is my own fault - instead of following the factory sizing recommendation, I followed the many reviews which said the helmet runs small, so size up. I was borderline, so I sized up - it fit PERFECT the first week, but now after 3 weeks the padding has compressed and it's looser than I would like - pushing the visor up/down makes the helmet move, I don't like that. But I've worn it too much to attempt a return, and besides, I like it so much I don't think I could bear to part with it for the amount of time it would take to exchange it. And it is SO comfortable - I wear glasses, a tighter fit might not be appropriate, so I am unwilling to find out.
I'm not as impressed as others have been with the anti-fog visor. I can still fog it up just as bad as other visors, maybe I have acid breath or something, but the little crack available with the push of a lever makes it all moot, that little lever rocks my anti-fog party... I AM impressed with how easy it is to detach/attach the visor, makes it easy to keep it clean on the inside, which I've found is far more important than the anti-fog coating.
I'm really impressed, would buy another one in a heartbeat, and actually will, for my wife! Great Value.
The visor has a feature to defog, there are safety pull straps for emergency response folks to remove the helmet in the event of an accident, and it is ultra high viz.
Visibility is excellent out of the helmet, it is a little noisy but not too much, and the comfort is getting better as it is breaking in. My one annoyance with the helmet is the removable chin guard keeps falling out, which is annoying but a very minor issue.
Overall, it's a great helmet for the price. You sacrifice a little in terms of quietness and a little comfort to get a very safe high viz helmet at this price range. Solid hi-viz colored helmets are hard to come by, especially at this price point, and none will have DOT and Snell 2015 certifications either unless you step to a significantly higher priced helmet. I would purchase this again, and I certainly recommend it as well. If you want a quiet ultra comfort helmet, look elsewhere and expect to pay at least twice the cost of this helmet. If you want a very safe hi-viz helmet but do not have a lot of cash - definitely get this helmet.
The Lazer felt a little lighter, but barely. The materials seemed to be of better quality than the EXO-410, but for me they felt less comfortable. The EXO-410 felt like wrapping a pillow around my head. Very plush, but plenty firm also. As a new rider I wanted a helmet that I didn't notice after I put it on, leaving me better focused on riding. After a minute or so of wearing it, the EXO-410 was barely noticeable. Higher quality materials may look better, and probably last longer, but I was in the market for an entry-level helmet that wouldn't empty my wallet while I was deciding if I wanted to continue riding. I kept the EXO-410 and returned the more expensive Lazer.
I have used the helmet from about 45 degrees up to about 95 degrees (and humid) and can say that I rarely ever sweat with it on, and my head has never been cold. To me that says a lot about the ventilation. There is plenty of airflow on muggy days to keep me cool and closing the vents on chilly evenings keeps me warm.
I do have criticisms. When the visor is all the way down, it takes a considerable amount of force get it open. At first I thought this might be a unit defect, but RevZilla customer service confirmed that this is a tendency of the EXO-410. It is a minor annoyance, but is worth noting.
The other criticism I have might not be the helmet's fault, but I'll mention it in case it is. I get a considerable amount of airflow coming in underneath the helmet. It creates some added noise, and at certain temps makes my neck pretty cold, but I have found that tilting my head at certain up-down angles can increase and reduce this. Again, I don't know if that is normal for all helmets or if a $700 helmet wouldn't have that problem, but it's something I've noticed.
Overall, I don't think a better helmet can be had for the price. That said, now that I have more riding experience I will be looking to upgrade the helmet in the Spring.
Let's talk about something glaringly obvious; this helmet is really bright. You get stares and double-takes from cagers. It has served its purpose on this front for me.
The comfort is ok; the entry into the helmet is pretty tight and I've squashed my ears pretty tightly everytime. I have normal sized ears and a relatively narrow face in my opinion.
The sound level to me is bearable. With the visor up there seems to be a whistling sound which I suspect is coming from the internal brow vents. When the visor is down it's pretty ok.
Liners are comfy and the anti-fog works as advertised.
What this helmet is missing is a sun visor; which can be solved by going to the EXO500; but that doesn't come in a full solid high-vis yellow color way.
Also I like to lock helmet in top case - kind of tight fit. Does new helmet come with fabric protective bag?
Having worn Schuberth, Shoei, and Arai helmets for decades, I can offer that for the money this a good value - though the fit and finish does not match those helmets at four times the price point.