Agrius Rage Charger Motorcycle Helmet Full Face £23.99 delivered fast & free @ ghostbikes UK ebay
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Agrius Rage Charger Motorcycle Helmet Full Face £23.99 delivered fast & free @ ghostbikes UK ebay

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Found 7th Feb
The Agrius Rage Charger Motorcycle Helmet is part of the latest Agrius collection.

The Agrius Rage Charger Helmet is the latest graphic to be added to the Rage range of helmets. A mixture of a pearl white finish and striking colourful graphics make this helmet unique, and when you add the fully removable liner, Pinlock ready visor and 5 point ventilation system you have everything you need at a fantastic low price!

Key Features / Points:

  • Polycarbonate Shell Construction
  • Fully Removable Liner
  • Pinlock Ready
  • ECE 22.05 Approved
PLEASE NOTE: This helmet comes with a clear visor fitted as standard
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JayR1238 m ago

Seriously ! If you bought and used this you'd be ok because apparently …Seriously ! If you bought and used this you'd be ok because apparently you don't have a brain to protect. I spent 3 times this just on my bicycle helmet.


Not that I would buy one , but as a comparison check out sharp official test site shoei gt air £400 plus rated three stars sharp.dft.gov.uk/hel…ir/ Agrius rage sv rated four stars sharp.dft.gov.uk/hel…sv/ Price isn't everything, although Agrius will probably be uncomfortable and noisy
an expensive helmet is not necessarily a 'better' helmet
Surely if they have the ECE22.05/DOT rating they have been tested to the UK requirement..

those ‘you shouldn’t be on the road’ and similarcomments are just plain silly.
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Heat added but I'd never buy a helmet without a drop down sun visor.
£23.99.... come on! If you think your head is only worth this amount you may as well not bother with a helmet!!!
Seriously ! If you bought and used this you'd be ok because apparently you don't have a brain to protect. I spent 3 times this just on my bicycle helmet.
JayR1238 m ago

Seriously ! If you bought and used this you'd be ok because apparently …Seriously ! If you bought and used this you'd be ok because apparently you don't have a brain to protect. I spent 3 times this just on my bicycle helmet.


Not that I would buy one , but as a comparison check out sharp official test site shoei gt air £400 plus rated three stars sharp.dft.gov.uk/hel…ir/ Agrius rage sv rated four stars sharp.dft.gov.uk/hel…sv/ Price isn't everything, although Agrius will probably be uncomfortable and noisy
You need to make sure at least right size, not too tight, not too loose,
jonmarz891 h, 4 m ago

You need to make sure at least right size, not too tight, not too loose,



Yup. A correct fit and comfort are about the most important features to consider when buying a helmet. I buy my helmets purely on that (and the colour - obviously) and price doesn't come into it. I just have to take a deep breath before looking at the price once I've picked one. Certain manufacturers build their helmets on certain head shapes. I've never had a Shoei fit me correctly so I've never bought one. Nolan and X-lite seem to be the only ones that fit me perfectly so that's all I've been able to buy for the last few years.
Seconded. ( Or is it thirded?) Go in the shop, try them on and then get the best quality you can afford out of the ones that fit properly.
JayR12327 m ago

Seconded. ( Or is it thirded?) Go in the shop, try them on and then get …Seconded. ( Or is it thirded?) Go in the shop, try them on and then get the best quality you can afford out of the ones that fit properly.


If you can’t afford a proper helmet sell your bike and get back on the bus... you have no place on the road if you have such little thought for your own safety!
an expensive helmet is not necessarily a 'better' helmet
adamspencer9528 m ago

an expensive helmet is not necessarily a 'better' helmet


Don’t think you’ll find anyone has said that... but as is more than often the case “you get what you pay for.. “ would you even risk buying a crash helmet for £30!!
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m4rky20111 h, 3 m ago

Don’t think you’ll find anyone has said that... but as is more than often t …Don’t think you’ll find anyone has said that... but as is more than often the case “you get what you pay for.. “ would you even risk buying a crash helmet for £30!!


Or you fill someone's bank account quicker.
freddy8713 h, 59 m ago

Not that I would buy one , but as a comparison check out sharp official …Not that I would buy one , but as a comparison check out sharp official test site shoei gt air £400 plus rated three stars https://sharp.dft.gov.uk/helmets/shoei-gt-air/ Agrius rage sv rated four stars https://sharp.dft.gov.uk/helmets/agrius-rage-sv/ Price isn't everything, although Agrius will probably be uncomfortable and noisy


spot on.

its usually features and/or customer support which generally dictates higher prices.

i mean, I'm sure some cheap helmets offer less protection than others, but that doesn't mean all cheaper helmets are useless
Surely if they have the ECE22.05/DOT rating they have been tested to the UK requirement..

those ‘you shouldn’t be on the road’ and similarcomments are just plain silly.
m4rky20118 h, 59 m ago

£23.99.... come on! If you think your head is only worth this amount you …£23.99.... come on! If you think your head is only worth this amount you may as well not bother with a helmet!!!



How much then would you say is the minimum spend?
adamspencer954 h, 14 m ago

spot on.its usually features and/or customer support which generally …spot on.its usually features and/or customer support which generally dictates higher prices.i mean, I'm sure some cheap helmets offer less protection than others, but that doesn't mean all cheaper helmets are useless



They need to have a certain level of protection before they can even be sold on the UK market. The comments about buying a cheap helmet means you have a cheap head come from the old farts that still think in the past and the new riders who read their s**te and still think its gospel.
The helmet with the visor is the one i have and i bought it when it was at its full price which was £65 and i checked its rating which was 4 stars, better than many of the £200-£300 helmets.
JayR12311 h, 54 m ago

Seriously ! If you bought and used this you'd be ok because apparently …Seriously ! If you bought and used this you'd be ok because apparently you don't have a brain to protect. I spent 3 times this just on my bicycle helmet.



Which I find ridiculous as cycle helmets are only really good for impacts <20 mph which makes them next to useless. Also, how many time are you planning on hitting your head? Sports people like boxers and footballers go through whole careers taking blows and while we're only now realising the full effects of repeated injury I don't see myself coming off my bike all that frequently.
Also once helement has been in impact, even if looks ok needs to be replaced, as u can't see inside, for motor bikes helement are Very important, and a good jacket, my dad once fell off and once ya start skidding on that floor, ya skin starts shedding, better a jacket then you, I learned all this in a CBT lol, and never drive thought puddles as there might have oil in it, my helement costs me 70 quid, was from proper bike shop,who helped me pick right size, too loose no point in having one,too tight, can give headache, I think there also said there have about a five too ten year Life span on them
Ok, lets address these comments. Yes, a brand new cheap helmet may protect your head as well as an expensive one however...

It's more likely than not that it won't.
The materials/ build will be cheaper so it will start falling apart faster.
The shell will be less UV resistant and will turn brittle faster.
The expensive one is likely to be better designed and have more thought go into things like the ventilation.

I'd rather buy a helmet that 5 years later works as new than a cheap one that is just as good out of the box but after 5 years, the stitching is coming undone, the lining is wearing away, the glue has dried brittle so padding falls out, the protective foam has squished thin and the shell is brittle.
Oh, and no matter how expensive it is, replace it after any accident where it receives a hard blow.

As for the comment about "It has to pass protection tests to be sold." A G-Wiz pasts the test to be on the road but I'd rather be in a Range Rover when hit by a truck than a G-Wiz.

And yes, I am an old fart. 48 years old and over 400,000 miles on motorbikes. I had one accident and I can tell you now, I'm glad I was wearing a Shoei XR900 than the polycarbonate Life helmet I had when I was a kid.
Edited by: "JayR123" 8th Feb
JayR1238th Feb

Ok, lets address these comments. Yes, a brand new cheap helmet may …Ok, lets address these comments. Yes, a brand new cheap helmet may protect your head as well as an expensive one however...It's more likely than not that it won't.The materials/ build will be cheaper so it will start falling apart faster.The shell will be less UV resistant and will turn brittle faster.The expensive one is likely to be better designed and have more thought go into things like the ventilation. I'd rather buy a helmet that 5 years later works as new than a cheap one that is just as good out of the box but after 5 years, the stitching is coming undone, the lining is wearing away, the glue has dried brittle so padding falls out, the protective foam has squished thin and the shell is brittle.Oh, and no matter how expensive it is, replace it after any accident where it receives a hard blow.As for the comment about "It has to pass protection tests to be sold." A G-Wiz pasts the test to be on the road but I'd rather be in a Range Rover when hit by a truck than a G-Wiz.And yes, I am an old fart. 48 years old and over 400,000 miles on motorbikes. I had one accident and I can tell you now, I'm glad I was wearing a Shoei XR900 than the polycarbonate Life helmet I had when I was a kid.



Most will protect your head all the same thats the whole dam point in the rating system, they are built with more or less the same materials. What the expensive ones have is name and usually better comfort and fitting. Which is why you need to try them on or send them back if they dont fit your head properly.
baron von grumble (a moto vlogger) has some expensive gear and in one of his videos slated a very expensive helmet and gloves he had that didnt last long at all, he moaned about the stitching coming out and the insides falling loose.

I wouldnt use a helmet that was more than 3 years old anyway, they lose the snugness and form fitting that they have when new long before 5 years and that makes them a hazard. This has nothing to do with it being cheap or expensive.
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