Bell Revolver Evo Modular Helmet
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Bell Revolver Evo Modular Helmet.
Bell has given us an excellent modular helmet packed with features, and all for under $200 dollars. The new Bell Revolver Evo Modular helmet has an updated chin curtain and an updated eyeport seal for an even quieter ride. The Revolver Evo has smooth modular mechanism designed for function and performance. Bell has given us a polycarbonate alloy shell modular helmet weighing in at 1750 grams with an internal sun shield. Bell Evo offers excellent ventilation with an aerodynamic shell designed to keep you cool or warm while reducing lift and buffeting offering a quiet comfortable ride. As always, Bell has a helmet that is hard to compete with. If you have a modular helmet in mind, the Bell Revolver with internal sunshield is definitely an economic option packed full of features and comforts.
- Industries first Modular designed for function and performance all in one
- Internal Sun Shade offers "on the fly" protection from the sun without having to stop and change shields
- Picture displays smoke shield but this helmet comes with clear shield. You can purchase smoke shield separately.
- Velocity Flow Ventilation system with FlowAdjust for maximum ventilation and temperature control
- Super stable aerodynamic signature resists buffeting and lift
- Contour Cut Cheekpads for superior fit and comfort
- ClickRelease for the fastest, easiest, tool-free shield swaps ever
- NutraFog II superior anti-fog, anti-scratch and UV protected shield
- Removable and washable, antibacterial/ antimicrobial interior comfort liner
- Exclusive Magnefusion magnetic strap keeper ( Patent Pending)
- Padded chin strap with D-ring closure
- DOT certified
- Note: Helmet comes with clear face shield
Helmet Size Information. We ask that you use the following information to help choose the proper size helmet. In order for a helmet to protect properly and be the most comfortable, it must be size to your head correctly.
To find the Correct size helmet for a person's head:
- Measure the head circumference one-inch above the eyebrows and ears
- Using the circumference measured, use the size chart below to find the approximate size
- Once you have tried on the helmet it should fell snug equally around the head. The helmet should not feel too tight or too loose at any point around head.
|Shell||EPS||Helmet Size||Circumference (cm)||Circumference (in)||Hat Size (in)|
|1||1||XS||54-55 cm||21 1/4?- 21 5/8?||6 3/4?- 6 7/8?|
|S||55-56 cm||21 5/8?- 22?||6 7/8?- 7?|
|2||2||M||57-58 cm||22 1/2?- 22 3/4?||7 1/8?- 7 1/4?|
|L||58-59 cm||22 3/4?- 23 1/4?||7 1/4?- 7 3/8?|
|XL||60-61 cm||23 5/8?- 24?||7 1/2?- 7 5/8?|
|XXL||62-63 cm||24 1/2?- 24 3/4?||7 3/4?- 7 7/8?|
**We see some customers 2 out of 10 (not all) complain that size runs small. So we suggest if you are unsure and if you fall between two sizes, go up one size.
Bell Revolver Evo Helmet Cheek Pad Matrix
|Cheek Pad Matrix|
|SIZE||OEM Cheek Pad Size||Compatibility|
Bell Revolver Evo Helmet Bluetooth Communication Devices
|U CLEAR||Pulse Plus||AMP||HBC|
Posted onI wanted a modular helmet because I wear glasses. The bell evo seemed like the best bargain in a modular. It fits my head perfectly. The magnet is lost to who knows where. I'm thinking of replacing the D rings with a quick release of some sort which probably voids the warranty. But I'm writing this review primarily to address the noise issue. Wind-tunnelish at moderate speeds, my helmet created a sound not unlike a piccolo blowing high F#. And this is through earplugs. I really love everything else about this helmet and I didn't want to spend money on a another. Thinking the main cause of the EVO's noise is the gap between the upper edge of the face shield and the helmet, I bought some yellow duct tape thinking the gap could be filled in. I removed the shield(very easy). I layered the tape to fill in the gap on the helmet above the eyebrow line and on the part of the hinge that meets(or doesn't meet) the face shield. Then I put two strips along the upper lateral edges of the face shield to meet up with the tape on the helmet. The results exceeded my expectations. The whistling sound has completely stopped. My bike sounds completely different. Also the tape doesn't affect the movement of the face shield. With a little more care the seal can be improved further, I'm sure. I'm hoping some other riders try this to see if they get the same result.
Posted onWhen I ordered this helmet, I ordered a large. It was too small, so I had to return it for an extra large. The service from Jafrum was efficient and friendly, and the extra large helmet has arrived. I really like this helmet. It is easy to put on and use. Just buy one size larger.
The Right Helmet At The Right Time
Posted onI had the former helmet for 2 years, put a lot of miles with it.
Recently I had an accident, the helmet cracked but I walked away unharmed.
So I started shopping for a new modular helmet with integral sun visor. When I had seen the add from Jafrum putting the Revolver Evo on sale I ordered one.
The new helmet arrived fast, as I put it on it felt like it was made for me.
The helmet has all the features as many of the very expensive helmets for a modest price. The fit and finish are excellent, and the service of Jafrum great.
Bell Revolver Evo X Helmet Review
Posted onThe helmet looks great but the wind noise is really bad.
Russian roulette. BAM!
Posted onbought a Revolver evo Hi-Vis last week. I'm so disappointed in bell. First on my list is how they market the helmet. I'm fairly sure bell supplies there venders with product photos. All the revolver images show the helmet with a dark visor. When I received my helmet the visor was clear. Next is the sun visor. My scale of lite =0 to dark =10. I would say the revolver sun visor is a 1. Way to light, it should be a 5. Yes they make a darker one but how am I to trust the photos? Continuing with the sun visor; The up and down action is jarring and loud. When down the edge of the visor tickles my nose causing it to itch. We all know having an itch in a helmet is not good thing. More on the sun visor; The plastic rattles and bounce and not rigid thus adding more noise to the helmet. Last the plastic is not very good I see wavy line and my view is distorted. Next issue; The new helmet smell is so strong. I don't remember that in any other helmet I've bought. Next issue; There is a large safety label in the top of the helmet covering the vent holes. WTH Next issue; There's a grove between the forehead padding and the cheek padding that traps my glasses so the won't sit on my noise. My glasses just float in front of my eye adding to the bad vision issue. Next issue; The chin strap. It sits so far back that I need to push it up to the tip of my chin to tighten it. Other wise it chokes me. I thought I'd like the magnet instead of the snap at the end of the strap but I find it more of a hassle. With the straps so far back on the helmet it makes it harder to strap the helmet to my bike. Next issue; The main visor open lip is off to one side and to small to feel with gloves on. I wish it was in the middle right under your nose. Next issue; WOW is this a loud helmet. The wind noise is really bad. WHY CAN'T THEY MAKE A QUIET HELMET? Last issue; The revolver is a modular helmet. The retractable chin bar doesn't have a real positive feel to it when it closes. I know it locks but it just doesn't have a good feel. I would have returned this helmet but between the restocking charge and the shipping I will have to eat this one. My last helmet was $100 and was so better designed and made. I guess I'll have to buy one to replace this bell revolver. thanks for letting me vent. Now I know why the called it the revolver. It's like playing Russian roulette. BAM!
Really Love The Helmet
Posted onReally love the Helmet, fit like glove, very good ventilation, real cool air flow & didn't get hot.
Posted onThis is an outstanding helmet, not only from a safety perspective, but for the exceptional venting provided by Bell engineering. The hot Florida sun this time of year dictates the need for the best airflow while riding. Raising the chin-bar also helps putting on, and taking off the helmet a LOT easier. I LOVE that design!
ORDER ONE SIZE LARGER
Posted onThis is a great helmet with the built in sun visor that operates very easily. The High Viz yellow color is a real visibility increaser. Jafrum was great abvout a returne for the larger size but frustrating that this helmet is clearly "under-sized". You need to order the next larger size that you would normally order. My normal "large" size would not even fit over my head,
Noisy, Hot, and Heavy
Posted onWhile this helmet is better than the old Revolver, it's still got a ways to go. No room for glasses. It's noisy, doesn't have enough vents, has inadequate ventilation, and no lower chin cover. The Bell has better manufacturer finishing than competitors. That's why it's more expensive, with fewer options. Consider the HJC 89 or the GMAX gm54s, they're both much less expensive.
Love this Helmet
Posted onThough I do not have anything else to compare it to as this is my first helmet, I have found this helmet to be comfortable. I love the modular feature.