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Universal Flip-up Face Shield with 3 Adjustable Snaps

Universal Flip-up Face Shield with 3 Adjustable Snaps

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Universal Flip-up Face Shield with 3 Adjustable Snaps. Item Code: FlipShield Please read: This is an optically correct helmet face shield that can flip-up and is a must have if you have an open face or half helmet with an option for a 3-snap shield. Bugs will not bug you anymore and there are so many more reasons to own this piece. Please post reviews for other riders out there and give your reasoning. This is one of our Best Seller. Jafrum team recommends this item.

Customer Reviews

Not disappointed

10 people found this helpful.
 on May 5, 2007
By E. Hazard
I just recieved my flip up shield with my 40 series helmet from Jafrum- it took a few minutes to figure out how to fit properly on the helmet, but it feels secure. I bought the shield before reading the bad reviews and was a bit trepidous about how it would fare in windy conditions; so on my test ride today I took my other helmet along just in case. So far the shield works well and I haven’t experienced any problems with flipping so far. (You have to make sure the piece at the top fits in the hole). As for wearing the shield at night there’s a note on it that warns against night wear. You’d be well advised to get the clear option for that. It gets a little windy on the face at high speeds but that’s the nature of the design and it’s not intolerable. This is a well priced shield that once properly secured works fine for me. I was also pleased with Jafrum’s service-I’ve ordered from them before and am always pleased with the speedy delivery even with standard shipping

FlipShield for half-helmet

2 people found this helpful.
 on October 13, 2008
By J. Caponetto
We just bought some scooters and half helmets but needed a face shield to block the wind. We don’t ride a lot but these shields were exactly what we needed. They work perfectly!

Face shield

One person found this helpful.
 on December 1, 2009
By Charles Wadsworth
I read some reviews that were negative concerning this shield distorting in the wind at higher speeds. I figured that I’m going to be riding a bike that generally only travels 35 mph, so what did I care? I like the shield just fine. It does what it is supposed to do. I do find that when I bring the shield fully down it snaps in place, now this snap isn’t too secure, sometimes it comes up when I didn’t intend for it to, but it only comes up a little, it is not a problem if one is just aware of it. I would recommend it.

I have used both shields with no problem.

 on June 15, 2012
By MadiusDadius
I have both the clear and the smoke shields. They fit my helmet securely, the snaps are extremely tight to the point of being difficult to apply/remove, which is probably a good thing. I wear glasses & am too cheap for prescription shades & hate clip-on, so the smoke shield is great. The shields lock down well enough that I have never had one fly up, but I can see how it could happen at a high speed look-around. They are easy to flip up and stay firmly in that position.
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