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    have a watch of this, just an opnion but worth the watch
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    I wear Shark helmets day in day out.

    I have a number of models but for me the comfiest and quietest lid is the Spartan Carbon, very very nice quality to boot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmboy View Post
    I wear Shark helmets day in day out.

    I have a number of models but for me the comfiest and quietest lid is the Spartan Carbon, very very nice quality to boot.
    Bought one


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    Seems to be wide spread in price on this model....look fwd to the review!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delboy777 View Post
    Bought one


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    I dont think you will be dissapointed, I will replace mine next year and despite having no upper budget so to speak I will still probably plump for the Spartan Carbon, i prefer it over my Race R pro carbons (that are now resigned to red hot summer days only)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmboy View Post
    I dont think you will be dissapointed, I will replace mine next year and despite having no upper budget so to speak I will still probably plump for the Spartan Carbon, i prefer it over my Race R pro carbons (that are now resigned to red hot summer days only)
    Budget doesnt really come into it for me. I refuse to pay way over the odds for a fancy lid when a slightly cheaper one will give the same protection. Although i draw the line at the cheap and nasty end of the market and always buy from reputable dealers, not some Chinese fella selling out of the back of a van on evilbay.

    This one.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SHARK-SPA...72.m2749.l2649
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    I bought one a week or two back and am delighted with it (Shark Spartan Carbon). Lightweight, excellent side/peripheral visibility, reasonably quiet and packed full of features which were a bonus at the price given it fitted me perfectly. My 2nd Shark helmet and a big step up in finish quality over the Speed-R, and with the new improved visor mechanism and visor seal system which work a treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morety View Post
    I bought one a week or two back and am delighted with it (Shark Spartan Carbon). Lightweight, excellent side/peripheral visibility, reasonably quiet and packed full of features which were a bonus at the price given it fitted me perfectly. My 2nd Shark helmet and a big step up in finish quality over the Speed-R, and with the new improved visor mechanism and visor seal system which work a treat.
    Just what i needed to hear


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