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Old 06-27-2015, 10:30 PM   #11
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I've owned nothing but Lazers for over 20 years now and I'm a huge fan of the inner visor! Unfortunately, Lazer has discontinued the inner visor and now uses a self-darkening visor. It's just like prescription glasses that darken in the sun. It's a great idea but, it's not as quick as the inner visor even though it darkens in about 10 seconds. Of course, it also takes about 10 seconds to lighten too so tunnels require a quick flip up of the visor to see! My biggest complaint is it's not as dark as my old inner visor. It's perfect if I wear my sunglasses with it but, then that kind of defeats the purpose doesn't it!?
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Old 06-29-2015, 09:29 AM   #12
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I've enjoyed my EXO-400 for the last 2 years. It doesn't have the adjustable chin pads and that is the only snug point on the helmet. The rest fits like a dream. But I'm going for one with the drop down visor next for sure. I love the Scorpion stuff.
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Old 06-29-2015, 07:50 PM   #13
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Mine is holding up pretty good. The button holding the strap in place has broken off which is no big deal. General wear and tear aside from that. The cheek compression still works. Inner visor still works. It's starting to feel like it needs to be replaced soon, but I may be able to get another season out of it. I now feel the need to dig out the chin strap I buried somewhere due to the smaller windscreen on the cbr. I'd buy it again, and I just might.
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