New Goodie came in: Ulle's Uvex T-Mobile TT Helmet

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Kuiper
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by Kuiper

Just recieved TT-helmet which I will use during 2008-season.
Glad to have it since I didn't liked the standard Uvex helmet.
Looks are fine comparring to my Spiuk kroNos helmet, it looks smaller and more aerodynamic.

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frederic david
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by frederic david

Great helmet !
Harder, better, faster, stronger, LIGHTER !

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Steven
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by Steven

Was it really Ulles helmet? If so, I am very jealous

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evenfasterson
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by evenfasterson

Who cares?

It'll make no odds. :wink:

mcxiko
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by mcxiko

nice helmet. But i'm asking myself why people do pay that much money for a helmet that looks like back from the 90's (i mean the inner styrosomething)

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by bobbyOCR

Because it weighs less than most road helmets, still manages to be 'safe', and is stupidly quick. Basically the WW dream TT helmet.
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legs 11
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by legs 11

Nice helmet, do you have to give it direct injections to make it work?
Don't leave it lying around too long because it may get bigger. :D
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