|Item Weight||5.15 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.24 x 8.66 x 11.42 inches|
|Item model number||T27B1FBK L|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||T27B1FBK L|
|Vehicle Service Type||Street-touring-motorcycles, Street-sport-motorcycles, Off-road-motorcycles, Street-cruiser-motorcycles, Snowmobiles, Utility-vehicles, All-terrain-vehicles, Street-motor-scooters|
TORC T27B1FBK TB27 Full Face Modular Helmet with Integrated Blinc Bluetooth (Flat Black, Large)
|Recommended Uses For Product||Cycling|
|Vehicle Service Type||Street-touring-motorcycles, Street-sport-motorcycles, Off-road-motorcycles, Street-cruiser-motorcycles, Snowmobiles, Utility-vehicles, All-terrain-vehicles, Street-motor-scooters See more|
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- 20 percent Smaller with equal protection as the bulky competitors
- This helmet features significant intake venting and incredible Ventura venting for the rear exhaust
- One button release mechanism for front chin bar
- Bluetooth 2. 0 technology allows you to receive and send calls, listen to streaming music in stereo, as well as listen clearly to GPS directions
- ECE and DOT Certified, Meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 218
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The T27 is a revolutionary developmental achievement for TORC helmets. This new European inspired design takes the modular helmet to new places in both a pricing and overall footprint size. This helmet checks in at nearly 20 percent less physical size, than the model it replaces. Major advancements in EPS technology allow this helmet to be smaller and more compact, all the while offering every bit the protection as much larger and bulkier competitors. This helmet features significant intake venting and incredible Ventura venting for the rear exhaust. The slider based drop down visor mechanism is reminiscent of devices which cost 4 times the price. The latching system for the front chin bar features a one button release mechanism. The front bar is fastened by stainless steel posts and a metal on metal locking system. The head form fit is an intermediate oval. The shell and chin are made from a thermoplastic alloy. The liner is fully removable and machine washable. In addition to these features, this helmet comes fully equipped with improved Bluetooth 2. 0 technology to insure compatibility with your Bluetooth enabled cell phone, android, or iPhone. With two built in speakers, up to 8 hours of continuous talk time and 150 hours of standby time, the T27B allows you to receive and send calls, listen to stereo music streaming from your MP3, phone, or XM radio, as well as listen clearly to GPS directions (Incoming cell calls automatically override other communications, but the new call reject feature can limit interruptions). Combine two or more BLINC enabled helmets, and enjoy communications from rider to passenger, and passenger to rider (intercom), or talk bike to bike (2-way communications within 100 feet). Other features include a noise cancelling microphone, full duplex communications with DSP Filter, Self-adjusting volume, glove friendly and waterproof controls. This new model is both ECE and DOT certified.
From the manufacturer
- Lightweight ECE & DOT Certified Shell.
- Multi Density EPS Construction.
- Anti-Fog & Anti-Scratch Shield.
- One Button Latch System.
- Drop-Down Sun Visor.
- Quick Release Shield System.
- Intermediate Oval Head Shape.
- Meets Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 218
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Now that I've received and worn this model, I'm floored by the price.
This is one of the sleekest modular helmets I've ever seen. It has the aesthetics and shell profile that makes it resemble a Schuberth C3. Now I clearly understand this helmet is not a Schuberth, I was pleasantly surprise that for a plastic helmet how well it is made, and how sturdy it feels.
One of my biggest complaints about affordable helmets is normally vents feel cheap. Normally cheap helmets rattle and feel flimsy and clunky. This helmet doesn't feel at all like that. All of the vents open and close snapping into position in a firm and exact way, like mid priced helmet should. I checked to see what this helmet sells for without bluetooth, and it can be found for $125. I can safely say that in my opinion, this is the nicest helmet I've seen at this price.
I admit, I bought the thing because it has bluetooth, but I was shocked how nice the helmet really is. I've tried the vega summit and nolan bluetooth models and this helmet resembles more the nolan than it does the vega (even though it is priced lower than the vega).
I used to own an oneal tirade bluetooth helmet, and I had a great experience with that helmet, so I gave this one a shot, since they both use the BLINC system. Although this model doesn't have the screen or fm tuner, it is louder, cleaner and I can hear phone calls much better than I could on the tirade. (Nice surprise)
I was surprised how quiet this helmet is at speed. It is the lightest modular helmet I've owned, which is very surprising given the price.
The most surprising feature that I fell in love with is the lever system for the drop down visor. SO many of these feel so cheap that it feels like most will break. This one doesn't have springs in it. It has a slider that is easy to find with my klim overland gloves.
I liked it so much I'm tempted to buy their T14 with bluetooth. I would buy it again. The only thing I would suggest it does run big compared with my shoei. I really would recommend a medium instead of the large.
The intercom is useless at speeds above 50 MPH. Too much wind noise so you can’t understand nearly anything said. There’s also a VERY loud (non-adjustable) beep when calling the other person on the intercom. This same VERY loud beep happens when turning a helmet on or off. At lower speeds though, the intercom has proved to be a nice feature.
I found the music quality poor and at higher speeds, like with the intercom, it was almost useless. I had paired it with a Motorola Moto X. I wasn’t happy at all with it. Not long after, I got a Samsung Galaxy and that made a huge difference. Volume is now loud enough even at high speeds and the sound quality went up too.
The ventilation is good and you can even crack open the clear visor a little bit to add more air flow. My helmet will stay cracked open just a little but my wife’s won’t. Mine is a little hard to close that last little bit but my wife’s clear helmet visor snaps shut. Hers probably works the right way. We both like the internal tinted visor. Another review said that the mechanism was hard to operate but both my wife and I have no trouble with it.
The chin strap is very thin and is easily twisted when putting the helmet on. Maybe it will get stiffer with age. The chin strap buckles tend to rotate out of proper position too. Both are something you learn to deal with but gets frustrating on occasion. I like the fact that the end of the chin strap has a snap so the tag end doesn’t beat your face in high cross winds.
Two of the small snap-in pieces inside the helmet are easily knocked loose. There is a wind and bug piece that sites under your chin. Reach in to scratch an itch and it will most likely pop loose. Holding the helmet by the chin does the same thing. Also, when you’re getting use to finding the lever to open the modular part of the helmet, reaching back a little to far will also make the chin piece pop loose. There is also a rubber piece that covers your mouth and nose. Again, trying to scratch an itch will pop it loose.
Battery life is good. It looks good. Weight is pretty light and overall, even though I pointed out some of the problems with the helmet, I like it and so does my wife. You will learn to work around the faults. Even if that means having to upgrade your phone to get more out of the sound system.
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La calidad del Bluetooth buena
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