Lazer Sphere Mips Helmet Review

Paul Norman Tuesday, March 16, 2021 - 09:15 The Lazer Sphere Mips brings high-end tech in a mid-priced helmet 4.0 / 5 £119.99 The new Lazer Sphere helmet brings you many of Lazer’s high-end features with a more wallet-friendly £120 price tag. That starts with the Advanced Rollsys adjustment system. Rather than the more typical dial on the rear of the cradle, the fit is changed with a knurled wheel that sits in the top rear of the shell. Image 5 of 5 Image 5 of 5 It’s a feature that Lazer has used extensively on its higher priced helmets like the Z1 and the Genesis, and leads to easy adjustment and a smarter, cleaner look to the rear of the helmet. In the Lazer Sphere it allows the helmet’s shell to make a lower arc at the back of the head, as there’s no need to make space for ...

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