MET Espresso Helmet 2016 £13.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles with Free delivery
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MET Espresso Helmet 2016 £13.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles with Free delivery

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Found 25th May 2017
Good helmet for the money - £13.99 with free delivery
They also have some other MET helmets on offer which might we worth a look.
Some pretty good offers such as £43.99 for the MET Rivale Helmet 2016. (M / Orange & Black)

Protect your noggin!

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MET Espresso HelmetA versatile all-rounder, the Espresso offers safety, reliability and comfort in one user-friendly package. Our occipital retention system helps dissipate shock whilst our Safe-T-Twist dial ensures fine-tuning the fit is a cinch.

Features:

  • Safe-T e-Twist dial at the back of the helmet for easy one-hand size adjustment
  • Anti-insect net prevents insects from entering the helmet through the front air intakes
  • Internal padding is made from anti-allergenic, washable fabric
  • Adjustable from 54 to 61cm head size
  • Reflective stickers make you more visible
  • CE EN 1078, AUS AS/NZ 2063, US CPSC 1203 certified
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Bargain, and a great prompt to replace my battered helmet in time for the London to Brighton in a few weeks time
thanks
Are these unisex?
kimbo87

Are these unisex?


Do women have different shaped heads from men then?
pibpob

Do women have different shaped heads from men then?



I would imagine different sized heads surely...
kimbo87

I would imagine different sized heads surely...


hence "Adjustable from 54 to 61cm head size"
Voted hot, always good to see a cheaply priced helmets, no excuse that helmets cost too much, etc

having been involved in an RTA recently, I was asked by a&e receptionists, nurses, doctors, consultants, the police and injury solicitors if i was wearing a helmet ..

The trolls will always say no need to wear one
whatyadoinsucka

Voted hot, always good to see a cheaply priced helmets, no excuse that … Voted hot, always good to see a cheaply priced helmets, no excuse that helmets cost too much, etc having been involved in an RTA recently, I was asked by a&e receptionists, nurses, doctors, consultants, the police and injury solicitors if i was wearing a helmet ..The trolls will always say no need to wear one



I'll second that, I recently had a fall off my bike whilst commuting and heavens knows what state I would be in if I hadn't been wearing a helmet. Great price this and just ordered a couple for the kids.
2% back on Quidco too...every little helps and all that! (_;)
whatyadoinsucka

Voted hot, always good to see a cheaply priced helmets, no excuse that … Voted hot, always good to see a cheaply priced helmets, no excuse that helmets cost too much, etc having been involved in an RTA recently, I was asked by a&e receptionists, nurses, doctors, consultants, the police and injury solicitors if i was wearing a helmet ..The trolls will always say no need to wear one


Naive: these people all say that, because they have been conditioned into believing that they make a difference. The hard evidence that they offer significant protection in reality is extremely slim, and there is even some evidence that wearing one puts you in more danger because you instinctively take more risks and nearby motorists instinctively behave more riskily towards you because they see you as less vulnerable.

Add to that the health benefits of cycling, and if society treats you as a pariah because you don't wear a helmet, a lot of people who might benefit from cycling will not.

Go to the Netherlands and hardly anyone wears one.

Unfortunately these arguments are subtle - it's far easier to comprehend that wearing a helmet must be a good thing cos it's a lump of polystyrene on your head, and if you hadn't worn it when you had an accident, you'd have been worse off. Add to that, the bicycle helmet industry which owes its existence to people buying its products.

Don't call me a troll - I wear one too. Please don't condemn people who don't - the benefits of cycling far outweigh the risks, whether wearing a helmet or not. Leave it up to the individual.

Great proof that you need to read between the lines: "Bicycle helmets reduce risk of serious head injury by nearly 70%, study finds"

cralittlewood

I'll second that, I recently had a fall off my bike whilst commuting and … I'll second that, I recently had a fall off my bike whilst commuting and heavens knows what state I would be in if I hadn't been wearing a helmet. Great price this and just ordered a couple for the kids.


Did you land on your head on a flat surface at less than 10mph - or whatever extremely limited circumstances these helmets are supposed to protect you under? Because if not, heaven would be able to tell you that you'd have been in pretty much the same state.
Do they do a "Skinny Latté" helmet?? Never been keen on Expresso.

BTW, The Rozzers call them RTI's, they dont believe in Accidents, so they call them Incidents.
I need a new helmet, fell off bike other day on loose gravel, legs and arms are a write off but the helmet saved my good looks and meant only my chin got scratched.

Helmets work, anyone who says otherwise is a complete muppet.
jaydeeuk1

I need a new helmet, fell off bike other day on loose gravel, legs and … I need a new helmet, fell off bike other day on loose gravel, legs and arms are a write off but the helmet saved my good looks and meant only my chin got scratched. Helmets work, anyone who says otherwise is a complete muppet.



lol, made me think of the Black Knight scene from Monty Python's Holy Grail. "It's just a flesh wound"!

Here it is.
Voted hot. Got one. Thanks
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