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    Thumbs up 25 KG Helmet

    39.99 Chinese helmet wore out after several years. It weighed 1250 grams.

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    Decided to replace it with something much more pricey and heavier..

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    It'll stop you feeling light headed............I'll get my coat.
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    I reckon the packaging will be mahoosive.


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    Must be made of lead.
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    Standard shipping 0 to 25 is range it just lets the man that loads the van know he can throw it over arm into the truck health and safety don't want him to get a sore arm

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    The weight will be based on the size of the package, they have a formula so that small but heavy packages get charged by weight but big and light packages get charged by size, win win for them.
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    Normal size box.

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    Pointy shape above the emergency cheek pad removal decal makes it impossible to stick 3M Dual Lock to the shell for that chin bar mount.

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    Had to use Airoh's included top mount. All it takes is an overhanging tree branch and its bye bye expensive GoPro.

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    No more handlebar cockpit view is a compromise. Increased wind buffeting noise for the microphone too.

    ..Still gonna use it though, rant over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satanic View Post
    Normal size box.

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    Pointy shape above the emergency cheek pad removal decal makes it impossible to stick 3M Dual Lock to the shell for that chin bar mount.

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    Had to use Airoh's included top mount. All it takes is an overhanging tree branch and its bye bye expensive GoPro.

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    No more handlebar cockpit view is a compromise. Increased wind buffeting noise for the microphone too.

    ..Still gonna use it though, rant over
    Should have used a Drift Ghost HD.... Slim, mount anywhere because the lens rotates..

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    I suspect Sony's cameras offer better image stabilization. No point in tossing a new Hero 5 Session over my shoulder though lol.



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    Been eyeing up Dango design's gripper mount all year. But they still don't distribute to stores near the UK. Postage from Canada is a bit steep. Maybe next month or summit.


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    50.11 for the Dango mount. Then DHL demanded a 17 postage ransom.

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    Rant over.

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