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Scorpion EXO-T1200 Helmet
This high-end road helmet won't stop evolving, coming to you with an aggressive shape and bold ambition. The Scorpion EXO-T1200 Helmet has been developed for the rider looking for that all day riding comfort from a helmet.
- TCT Composite Shell - Developed exclusively by Scorpion, the revolutionary TCT (Thermodynamic Composite Technology) process consists of a proprietary 5 layer blend of interlaced and specially formulated fiberglass, Aramid and organic poly-resin fibers
- AirFit - Inflatable cheek pad system for a superior, personalized fit
- Contour Cheek Pads - Three-dimensionally sculpted foam that contours the rider’s head shape for better comfort and fit
- EverClear Face shield - Optically-clear shield with state-of-the art fog-free technology, anti-scratch hardened coating and 100% UV protection
- SpeedView - Adjustable to 3 positions, the retractable sun-visor incorporates Everclear anti-fog technology on both sides
- KwikWick III - The third generation of Scorpion’s moisture-wicking lining material feels cool to the touch in warm weather and warm in cool weather while maintaining anti-microbial and hypo-allergenic properties
- KwickFit - Allow easy on and off of the most common styles of eye glasses
- VSV (Venturi Super Vent) Ventilation System - Scopion’s innovative VSV (Venturi Super Vent) System was specially designed and wind-tunnel tested to increase the venturi effect, a creation of negative air pressure. The two intake ports both serve a separate function, the first draws cool air into the helmet interior while the second draws cool air across the three exhaust ports. As the second intake port passes air through the graduated super vent air channel, it accelerates the flow of air over the three exhaust ports, thus increasing the venturi effect which will draw more warm air out of the helmet interior.
- Ellip-Tec Base Plate - Scorpion’s ratchet system uses an elliptical motion that creates 7.6mm of travel which pulls the shield securely against the eyeport, ensuring a proper seal. The Ellip-Tec ratchet system allows for 100% tool-less shield changing in a matter of seconds.
- Emergency Release System - Tabs located under the neck roll allow easy removal of the cheek pads by trained emergency medical personnel
- Rear spoiler
- 3 shell sizes
- Double D ring
- 5 year warranty
Note: Ships with clear face shield only.
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Reviews & Questions
- The T1200 is noticeably lighter than the 1100.
- The main visor is easier to open/close - including using the partial opening setting.
- I like the smooth movement of dropdown sun visor better than the 1100's snap up & down. It also retracts fully out of your vision and stays there - where the 1100's would sag down slightly in view and jiggle - which was a little distracting. You can also now adjust how far down it drops.
- Ventillation - Man, this thing flows some air! You can definitely feel it flowing over your head. Should be really nice in the hot humid SC summers.
- Carrying Case - The T1200 comes with a real nice padded heavy nylon carrying case (similar to a laptop bag - but larger, obviously) - rather than the typical fabric drawstring bag most helmets come with. Very nice touch.
- Shape (for me). The T1200 is more of a round oval shape, where the 1100 was more of a long oval - which fit me a little better. I have a minor pressure point on my forehead with the T1200, but it's not enough to cause a real problem - and it might get better after it's fully broken in.
- The visor material seems to be softer than before - easier to damage. After my very first ride with it, I collected a few bug splats, so when I got home I very carefully wiped it with a warm wet brand new microfiber cloth - and managed to put a minor scratch on it. I've been cleaning my 1100's visor this way for years and never had a problem. I don't think this one will hold up as well. It also seems to fog a little easier - but clears quickly if you use the partial open setting.
- NOISE. The T1200 has large openings on top up front for the air intakes and more further back to cause the "venturi effect" to help pull even more air through the helmet - but man! does that make it loud! Closing the vents doesn't really help much, because the shutters are so recessed, you still get a lot of noise from the air flowing over the openings. They really need to design a way to close them flush with the openings so the air will flow over them quietly. I may put tape over mine just to quiet it down - except on the hottest days when I really NEED all the ventilation they provide. I already have tinnitus, so I use earplugs regularly, so this isn't a deal breaker, but I'll occasionally leave the earplugs out if I know I'll only be riding at low speeds and/or for a short distance. I can't even do that with this helmet. Earplugs are a MUST at any speed/distance if you value your hearing.
So, besides those points, all of the other things I loved about the EXO-1100 are still there in the EXO-T1200... the price, the build & finish quality, the comfort (built in pockets for intercom speakers are a nice touch), the inflatable cheek pads, etc. so I still think it's a good buy, but if they could tweak the vent design to at least make it quieter with the vents closed, I'd like it a lot more. However, as I said... as long as you wear earplugs, it's a moot point.
10 months ago
10 months ago
My previous helmet was the EXO-R410. This one is much louder, but also lighter, has integrated sunshades, and feels much tighter (thanks to the air pump). If you're riding all day on midwest highways where the wind or drag is buffeting you around, the pump-up cheek pads are a real godsend. And the drop-down sun shades are fantastic when you're riding in the morning or evening with the sun in your face.
The ventilation is not much better than the R410, but not worse. I was able to mount my Sena without any issues.
I bought this helmet on the recommendation of a friend who crashed with it (at high speed) and walked away with minor bruises.
I like this helmet and would buy it again.
6 months ago