There are a lot of reasons for choosing a motorcycle helmet at the lower end of the price range. Entry-level might be shorthand for avoiding phrases like ‘low cost’ but even wealthier motorcyclists might need a spare crash helmet.
The new Duchinni D705 Syncro motorcycle helmet is a new choice if you want a helmet as back-up, a spare for occasional pillion rides, or need to spend what cash you have on petrol.
It has a strong ABS/fibre composite shell certified to the ECE22.05 safety standards to ensure it’s legal for road use. And aerodynamic design aims to avoid buffeting and neck strain. You also get UV protection to help the shell last longer and prevent the paint scheme from fading.
To keep you cool and prevent misting there are vents at the top and chin bar, with an exhaust vent at the rear. Air is channeled through the EPS liner, and you can also remove and wash the textile inner to keep it pleasant and clean to wear. Handy if you’re a teenage scooter rider, or you want to impress a pillion rather than stink them out…
The Duchinni D705 Syncro motorcycle helmet has a double curvature visor with an anti-scratch coating, a breath-deflector to help you avoid riding with a foggy visor, and has an adjustable quick-release buckle.
And you get a choice of four colours. Black is required for all of them, but the highlighting can be Neon, Orange (even if it looks red in the photo!), White or Gun. The Duchinni D705 comes in sizes XS-XL, and for those with a larger noggin, the Black/Gun option also comes in XXL.
The Duchinni D705 Syncro Motorcycle Helmet costs £59.99.