Bern Watts Hard Hat Helmet w/Knit Liner - 2009
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March 10, 2010
Just got the helmet and I love that it fits well for my XXL head. Was a very big surprise when I put it on. On my second day I took a fall and after a couple cartwheels and finally landing with a head snap to the back of the head, I walkway with no head aches..
Only issues I have is the thin liner that is glued to the foam molding. the removable liner attaches to it with velcro and after removing it once, the glued liner came right off. Other than that, it could use a little bit better ventilation for warmer days.
Pluses for me are the great fit and good low profile stylish looks. I am happy with my purchase overall.
am i really risking a lot by going with the hardhat version vs. the EPS version? also, does the baker get so sweaty and heated that it makes the watts with the vents a better choice? i only ask because i dig the blue/green/black color of the baker, which isn't offered in the watts. just wondering how the baker and watts differ in feel on both cold and hot days
January 22, 2010
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January 16, 2010
The greater majority of falls that any rider or skater takes on a day-to-day basis aren't typically of the catastrophic sort. Bern knows this, and designed the Hard Hat for such. Not needing the heavy crash certifications for this helmet keeps it much lighter, and profile-fitting than any other such helmet could hope to be. Without those certifications though, I wouldn't recommend it for any cycling or higher speed applications where you might have a higher probability of auguring yourself in.
Very comfortable, low-profile helmet. Could probably stand to use some forward ventilation to drive the air through the helmet a little bit better, but that would be an issue more for summer application. Also, the brim is a nice touch, but I couldn't help feeling like I was wearing a tee-ball helmet from back when I was 10 years old.
I have spy goggles that dont detach; it's just one strap. Does this helmet's goggle hook unclip so my goggles will work?
October 21, 2009
Yep, the clip can be unscrewed with a phillips head screwdriver.
By: Zach Pina
January 16, 2010