- Número de modelo del producto: PL82
- ASIN: B003FHLNVK
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 27 de mayo de 2015
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WINDJAMMER 2 "REDUCES WIND NOISE" fits all Full Face Helmets. The original often copied ! (P&P 99p Worldwide) by Proline
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- Fits easily
- Works even with a bluetooth headset mounted on the helmet
- Noticeably reduces wind noise
- Price after shipping from England
- No distributors in the US
- Visor or glasses fogging is more likely
- Covers some of the helmet chin bar vents.
It's quieter on my HJC CL-16 than either just the helmet or the helmet with the HJC chin skirt. An improperly adjusted windscreen can still leave ears ringing after a ride though due to pressure fluctuations inside the helmet caused by buffeting. It's not eliminated, but it's not as bad as without the Windjammer.
Price was a bit high after shipping was included.
It fits easily and works even with my SENA SMH-5 headset. I didn't need to modify the Windjammer, but I did leave it stretched underneath the headset controller 9 the wires fit through one of the holes in the rear.
It's more difficult to keep my sunglasses from fogging with the Windjammer on, particularly at stops. This is easily addressed by popping the visor open to vent position when stopped or riding at slow speeds. I'm glad that my helmet has a pinlock visor or else I'd be really working on what do do about fogging. It can get a bit worrisome in the rain though when it's not practical to open the visor.
I wish they had perforated the skirt around the outside of the helmet so it didn't cover the side exhaust vents. This would probably have helped with fogging.
I do not use a windshield, so I catch all of the wind with the face of my helmet. By using my hand to block wind entry to the bottom of my helmet, I found that most of the wind noise was from wind intrusion through the bottom of my helmet. The Windjammer does a VERY good job of mitigating this situation. I know the Windjammer is doing its job because I can now hear the wind whistling through the vents and on the outside of my helmet. I didn't even know that noise was there, so I know the Windjammer is helping. I still wear ear plugs because the high-frequency wind whistling around the outside of the helmet. With the Windjammer, I can hear my exhaust even on the highway; previously I couldn't.
The Windjammer wasn't particularly EASY to get stretched around the bottom of my helmet, but it wasn't impossible. It was handy to have my son hold the helmet steady for me as I stretched the Windjammer around the bottom of the helmet.
Getting my head pushed through the Windjammer/helmet opening is weird at first. I'm used to it and don't think twice about it, now. Also, I don't have particularly big ears, but the Windjammer does grab my ears as I pull the helmet over my head. It's not horrible, but it is weird.
When the humidity is high or if the ambient temperature is particularly cold, my helmet visor fogs quickly every time I stop with the Windjammer. It happens quickly, so I simply crack my visor and the problem mostly goes away. I keep the visor cracked as long as I'm in town and then latch it shut as soon as I hit the highway.
I've read others' opinions that they will remove the Windjammer when the temperature gets too high. I think I will leave mine on. It does seem to make the helmet somewhat warmer, but I think it's negligible on the highway (I do use my other helmet when I'm riding in-town, though).
FYI, the Windjammer is shipped from England. Mine arrived withing a couple weeks, but don't be surprised if it takes much longer.
Again, I'm very happy with my Windjammer and I would certainly purchase it again. It DOES NOT get rid of all motorcycle-riding noise, but it does help A LOT with wind/helmet noise.
However, I think a stretchier material would have been better. It leaves a very small hole to try and fit your head through. Over time, it does loosen up though.
I've been using mine for about 2 weeks, and small tears formed in the front. Hopefully they won't get any bigger.
For cold weather, this is great - it really does keep your head, and even neck, much warmer. The drawback is it will make the helmet shield and glass fog much easier, but I've found I can crack my helmet in even < 30 degree weather and not freeze because the windjammer helps control the amount of air entering the helmet.
When it is raining, it's a different matter however - because the windjammer won't let your breath escape as easily, my helmet fogged heavily and it became difficult to see out of - cracking the shield did not help clear the fog for the same reason you don't freeze in cold weather - it controls the air flow, so you don't get enough flow to defog the shield.
Overall I like it as I spend 1/2 the year riding in cooler and cold weather in NC. I have warn this when it was 80 and higher out - on the highway it's fine, but you will get hotter than without it in urban traffic.
I recommend this for cool/cold weather riders - if you coupled it with a pinlock system it would be very, very hard to beat.