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New lid advice
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Evening all. 

The other day I dropped my helmet and badly scratched the visor. No issue asi can buff the scratch out 
However I forgot that it’s got a uv film on it I’ve removed the scratch but fudged the whole visor now. 
So I try to get a new visor but it appears they are not available (dichinni d606) is my current lid. So after a hard decision, I have to buy anew lid all together. To say I am annoyed with myself is an understatement. 

So once bitten, twice shy. 

As I need a new helmet, I want one that has readily available spare visors, but I’m having some difficulty in it. 

What are other people’s suggestions? My budget is about £150 and whilst I have a current flip front helmet, it’s not a hard and fast rule.
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(04-12-2018, 06:54 PM)cadetchris Wrote: Evening all. 

The other day I dropped my helmet and badly scratched the visor. No issue asi can buff the scratch out 
However I forgot that it’s got a uv film on it I’ve removed the scratch but fudged the whole visor now. 
So I try to get a new visor but it appears they are not available (dichinni d606) is my current lid. So after a hard decision, I have to buy anew lid all together. To say I am annoyed with myself is an understatement. 

So once bitten, twice shy. 

As I need a new helmet, I want one that has readily available spare visors, but I’m having some difficulty in it. 

What are other people’s suggestions? My budget is about £150 and whilst I have a current flip front helmet, it’s not a hard and fast rule.

You need a helmet that fits your head. For me, Shoei works but Arai don't. If you want one that has spare visors, then you need a well known make and not a cheap unknown brand. I suggest you wander round to your nearest dealer and try some on.

Alan
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