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Motorcycle Helmets with 5 Year Warranties

5 year warranties – usually covering manufacturing defects and not consumables like visors – are becoming increasingly common. Bell, Shark, Schuberth, Nolan and HJC are all offering them and more and more helmet makers are having to join them to compete.

Why five years? Well that’s how long most helmet manufacturers say a helmet will typically last before you should replace it. If you want a five year warranty (and why wouldn’t you?!) you might want to buy one of the helmets on these pages – but double-check before buying and do read the small print because many makers want you to register before they’ll extend the standard (shorter) warranty.

Here’s all our crash helmet reviews for helmets that we know come with a five year warranty.

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Shoei’s top-dog dirt helmet: the Shoei VFX-WR.

Review of the Shoei VFX-WR motocross helmet. Shoei's latest motocross helmet, the VFX-WR (called VFX-EVO in the US), aimed to take - in Shoei's words...
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Thinking of buying a Shoei Glamster retro motorcycle helmet?

Fantastic looking Retro Helmet using proven modern tech: Shoei Glamster. The Shoei Glamster is another full face retro helmet that's designed to give you yesteryear's...

Aggressive streetfighter helmet that converts to an open face: Bell Broozer.

All you need to know about the Bell Broozer motorcycle helmet. The Bell Broozer's an interesting concept from Bell. Yeah, it's a super aggressive looking...
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All you need to know about Nexx’s first composite fibre modular...

Nexx X.Vilitur modular motorcycle crash helmet review. The X.Vilitur is the first modular helmet made by composite fibre helmet maestros, Nexx.Like most of the lids...
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Scorpion Exo-R1 Air: Amazing value track helmet with MotoGP pedigree

The Scorpion Exo R1 Air is Scorpion's top of the range racing/sportsbike helmet. It's actually the exact same helmet that Fabio Quartararo wears in...
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X-lite’s X-803 Composite, Ultra Carbon and RS Sportsbike Helmets.

X-Lite's top dog racing helmet: full review of the X-803 (Composite, Ultra Carbon and RS). The X-803 is the successor to X-Lite's X-802 and 802RR....
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Great value flip-front helmet with a sporty edge: Scorpion Exo 920...

Review of the Scorpion Exo 920 modular helmet. Scorpion Exo make some great performing mid-price motorcycle helmets.There's the composite fibre Scorpion Exo 1200 Air street...
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The big-bottomed helmet is here. Meet the Arai Profile V.

Arai Profile V (US Regent X) motorcycle helmet review. The Arai Profile V (sold as the Regent X in the US) is Arai's second-in-line full...
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Scorpion Exo Combat: low-cost open face helmet badassery

Review of the Scorpion Exo Combat motorbike helmet. It's usually Shark with their Drak/Raw helmets that turn bikers into stormtroopers. But now Scorpion's having a...
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Nolan N60-5 polycarbonate full face motorbike helmet review

Nolan N60-5: entry-level full face helmet with tested protection. Italian-based Nolan makes a pretty big range of helmets, and they're all aimed towards the mid-...