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Lazer Blade+ Matte Black Cycling Helmet £34.99 @ Rutland Cycling
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Lazer Blade+ Matte Black Cycling Helmet £34.99 @ Rutland Cycling

£34.99£5334%Rutland Cycling Deals
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Posted 10th Jan

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Great price, especially given the weight. It’s also Aeroshell compatible which is handy for the cooler days (or the saving some precious watts).

Sizes Small, Medium and Large available at time of posting

Description:

Oozing with the same style and class of Lazer’s top end Z1, the Blade+ is a road helmet that finds the perfect combination of great looks, high performance and unrivalled safety.
Perfect for your weekend rides and daily commutes, the Blade+ possesses a narrow shape that features the integrated Advanced Rollsys® retention system that provides an excellent fit and great adjustability. Featuring 22 vents to keep you cool all ride long, Lazer have ensured that the weight of the Blade+ is kept down to make sure you can fly down the road in comfort. The Blade+ also comes with a bottomshell to provide a clean finish and additional impact protection as well as an in-mold construction.

Weight - 230g (Small)
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Good spot, comes in a lazer Bag...very much like a gym bag
Looks a bit like my Kask Mojito
What's the difference between this and the Z1?
buddn0710/01/2020 21:50

What's the difference between this and the Z1?


Bit of a comparison here. Essentially the Z1 has more ventilation, straps bonded into the shell and also more protection.

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I'm looking for a new helmet. In what way is this better than the cheaper models?

Eg. rutlandcycling.com/acc…398

Are there different safety categories?
dan44411/01/2020 08:31

I'm looking for a new helmet. In what way is this better than the cheaper …I'm looking for a new helmet. In what way is this better than the cheaper models? Eg. https://www.rutlandcycling.com/accessories/helmets/lazer-compact-helmet-red_480398Are there different safety categories?


More money tends to buy comfort and enhanced safety.

Every helmet has to meet a minimum safety standard but some offer better protection like MIPS.

Comfort wise spending more tends to buy an improved retention system which cradles your head and prevents slipping, the straps are typically comfier and more durable and the helmet is less bulky/lighter. If you’re doing longer rides I’d highly recommend spending a bit more than the cheapest.
Thx OP got a medium
Thanks @M_L Does this have MIPS?
I do a 10km round trip daily commute so want to stay safe!

M_L11/01/2020 11:30

More money tends to buy comfort and enhanced safety. Every helmet has to …More money tends to buy comfort and enhanced safety. Every helmet has to meet a minimum safety standard but some offer better protection like MIPS. Comfort wise spending more tends to buy an improved retention system which cradles your head and prevents slipping, the straps are typically comfier and more durable and the helmet is less bulky/lighter. If you’re doing longer rides I’d highly recommend spending a bit more than the cheapest.

dan44411/01/2020 13:10

Thanks @M_L Does this have MIPS?I do a 10km round trip daily commute so …Thanks @M_L Does this have MIPS?I do a 10km round trip daily commute so want to stay safe!


Not on this one, you’d be starting around the £50 mark for MIPS I think. The cradle system will help in a crash though as it keeps your helmet more in place.
dan44411/01/2020 13:23

Would you recommend something like this over the OP then? @M_L …Would you recommend something like this over the OP then? @M_L https://www.rutlandcycling.com/accessories/helmets/lazer-coyote-mips-mtb-helmet-matte-white_469786


I personally would buy a Kask Mojito no matter what as I headbutted a windscreen at 30mph in one of those and came off ok, they also fit pretty well.

What I would suggest is going to a bike shop and finding what fits you best as some will just not feel comfortable
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