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    caberg

    I need a new helmet, and I'm thinking about one of the Caberg Solo 104s; so far though, I haven't been able to find info on them. Anyone have any experiences with them that you'd like to share? Or, can anyone point me in direction where I might find some info on them.

    Thanks,
    Robert

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    There's quite a bit of favorable reviews if you google it. I've had a Caberg justissimo
    flip up for 2 riding seasons and am very happy with it.

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    I've never heard of a Caburg. cool.
    robert

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35634 View Post
    There's quite a bit of favorable reviews if you google it. I've had a Caberg justissimo
    flip up for 2 riding seasons and am very happy with it.
    Thanks for the heads up.
    Robert

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    I had a Caberg flipper and it was the worse helmet I've owned in 37 years. Leaked rain, leaked wind, the shield yellowed in a short period and no help from the distributor.

    Be forwarded.

    Best,
    Rob Lessen

    '07 R12RT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ksrob View Post
    I had a Caberg flipper and it was the worse helmet I've owned in 37 years. Leaked rain, leaked wind, the shield yellowed in a short period and no help from the distributor.

    Be forwarded.

    Best,
    Agreed. Before they were called Caberg, they were Jarow. And before that, Arrow. They keep changing names and distributors. IMHO they have poor fit and finish, cheap visors that scratch easily and don't last long, and lousy (no) customer service. Don't ask me how I know... Don't know if you want to "be forwarded", but be forwarned.
    Bill Mayer
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    Check this out. I would try to stay away from anything I can't get parts for. What happens if you break a visor out in BFE?

    http://www.webbikeworld.com/r2/motor...rg-justissimo/

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