Lazer Phoenix Plus Helmet | First Look

December 14th, 2016

By Andrew Dodd in Features

Lazer Phoenix Plus – incredible value full face lid

Retailing for just £79.99, the Lazer Phoenix Plus full face helmets are crammed with safety features and would make the perfect Xmas gift.

Although protecting your head is the single most important thing, if you are prone to crashing forking out for expensive helmets regularly can be eye watering.

These helmets meet the appropriate standards, but are a fraction of the cost of the high end helmets out there.

The Lazer Phoenix Plus would suit younger riders; those who crash loads or simply those who can’t justify an expensive full face lid.

Lazer Phoenix Plus full face helmet

The Lazer Phoenix Plus is one of the best looking budget helmets available – proving you really don’t need to spend a fortune to look after your bonce. They are particularly good for younger riders that might be growing – or pushing their luck on a regular basis. £80 is a lot cheaper to replace than a £300 Troy Lee D3…

The Details

This great full face helmet has all the detailing of much more expensive helmets, but is a total bargain at under £80.

The shape of the Lazer Phoenix Plus is great, and there’s a nice big peak that is colour matched on all the lids.

Although venting is minimal, the airflow feels quite good – though you probably wouldn’t want to be doing any long pedals in one of these.

Here are the full details:

  1. Great ventilation and channelling for great airflow
  2. Double D-ring buckle for moto-inspired security of fit
  3. Big moto inspired visor with simple adjustment
  4. Crazy lightweight at just 980 g for a size medium
  5. Multiple thickness padding
  6. Fiberglass composite construction
  7. Protective helmet bag supplied
  8. 16 cooling vents
  9. Six really cool colours available ranging from plain black to the ultra rowdy
  10. Four sizes available: X-Small (52-54cm); Small (54-56cm); Medium (56-58 cm); Large (58-60 cm)
  11. Complies with CE EN 1078 and US CPSC safety standards
  12. Available from Lazer UK

 

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