Limar Pro 104 Ultralight Helmets

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Pro 104 Ultralight

  • Vents: 22 Airvents
  • Size system: Pro System Light
  • Comfort: Coolmax Comfort pads
  • Technology: Monocoque In-Mould

User Reviews (3)

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myszka01   Road Racer [Dec 01, 2010]
Strength:

- Yep, it's certainly light!
- No fuss initial adjustment (< 5mins).
- Insect mesh now means I can ignore disconcerting bee/wasp 'buzz'.
- Great ventilation.

Weakness:

None so far (although the generous vents may be a concern in winter).

SUBLIME - Best helmet I've bought in over 20 years ridding. Highly recommend it!!

Similar Products Used: Giro, Bell, Selev.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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tgeen   Recreational Rider [Jun 06, 2010]
Strength:

Weight
Comfort
Low profile

Weakness:

Pricey, but probably worth it

I bought this helmet because I am tired of getting bee stings, and it has a bug mesh built in. I wish Bell and the others would start offering this feature. I got the "Carbon Ultralight" version of the 104, which is slightly heavier because it is CSPC certified for the US market (250g for Large). It is still a light, low profile helmet, and very comfortable. I didn't pay any attention at first to the little ziplock bag with the extra pads inside, but it turned out these are not replacement pads; they are meant to be installed when new. The extra pads made an already comfortabe helmet even better. No experience with crashing it yet.

Similar Products Used: Bell helmets (various)
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
mody   Recreational Rider [Sep 11, 2008]
Strength:

a/very light
b/comfortable
c/attractive
d/functional

Weakness:

made in china?

limar pro 104:
I just purchased a silver limar pro104 large 2 days ago to upgrade my old colnago red f107 limar helmet.Ita a vastly improved helmet compared with my older f107 colnago limar helmet.

Similar Products Used: limar f107 colnago helmet
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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