Lazer Helium vs. Giro Aeon

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
ktirio2004
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by ktirio2004

what is the difference?

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by bm0p700f

The one thing I know about the Aeon is it saved a friend from serious head injuries in a crash a couple of weeks ago. The helmet was toast, did it job well. Shame this bloke only had it a couple of weeks.

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by russianbear

I am still using a Giro prolight, maybe will try Lazer next.

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bm0p700f wrote:The one thing I know about the Aeon is it saved a friend from serious head injuries in a crash a couple of weeks ago. The helmet was toast, did it job well. Shame this bloke only had it a couple of weeks.


Happened exactly the same to a guy I know after he bought the Aeon.

Anyway getting back on topic, I do own Aeon and tried the Lazer; you'd buy the Lazer only for the look cause the Aeon is much lighter (almost 100 gramms) and highly probably better ventilation (didnt try it on a hot day).

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by Aya

I tried to wear Aeon about a year ago, but it made me look like a mushroom, though the helmet itself looks quite nice.
I 'm using several helmets, Giro Savant, Kask Protone, Lazer Genesis and I use Genesis most often.
I haven't use Helium but I heard it is similar to Genesis, so I think it might have very nice shape and comfortable fit.

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