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Bern Watts Helmet

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Product Description

The Bern Watts Bicycle Helmet is designed with your comfort in mind. The Watts Solid model is comfortable and lightweight making it ideal for long biking trips. The Watts Solid is a Skate style inspired bike helmet for men, featuring 7 curved vents and a Sink Fit technology which provides a low profile style helmet with maximum protection.


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Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:2
Submitted by Bjarke

Date Reviewed: January 17, 2013

Strengths:    When it rains, raindrops tends not to hit you in the face as much as if the visor wasn't there....

Weaknesses:    Expensive
Poor and weak adjustment possibilities
You look like you are about to ride a horse, when you wear it
Heavy


Bottom Line:   
The Bern Watts helmet was a dissapointment to me. The design makes you look like a jockey especially if you choose the black model, and it is to heavy in my oppinion. I have used mine for about a year, and far from every day, and the adjusment system is already ripped apart. The adjustment system is also very simpel and the possibilities are not as many as you could wish for. Overall I think the Bern Watts helmet is way to expensive, and you would probably look better with a casserole on your head.

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