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    Schuberth visors keep the laminate

    Just a tip for those that have knackered their visor, keep the laminate from the inside of the old visor, because when you buy a new visor, it comes without the pinlock laminate, hope this makes sense.

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    Depends which model you buy. Wife's C3 didn't come with pin lock whereas my C3pro did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baz View Post
    Depends which model you buy. Wife's C3 didn't come with pin lock whereas my C3pro did.
    I have C3 pro and bought the visor from Louis moto which fits all the models, but no Laminate, cost 65 euro, maybe I missed something, but I just removed the old laminate form my scratched visor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baz View Post
    Depends which model you buy. Wife's C3 didn't come with pin lock whereas my C3pro did.
    Odd - both of our C3s came with pinlocks.

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    Her original helmet did but the replacement bought this year didn't. I questioned it but was told it wasn't being included by Schuberth at the clearance price (£200). I had a couple of spare visors with pin locks so no issue .

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