We've had ours at least 3 years also and really like them. I'll add that if you're interested in Bluetooth, the Sena can mount using the clamp kit and I hear the C3 pro is harder to do or needs the glue kit.Wife and I like our Shoei Neotec's. Have had them for three years.
That's what I thought then I realized I'd rather have a helmet that goes on a little harder if it doesn't open on it's own. Besides I never talk to anyone til I stop and get off. I've been wearing Shoei RF-xxx forever.I was thinking modular more for the ease of putting the helmet on and then dropping the front. And the ability to lift the front and talk to the guys in my group without removing the entire helmet.
I love my Schuberth C3 except for one fault--the visor detents are weak and it keeps slamming shut, even behind the fully extended screen of my 2016 RT. It gets very stuffy inside, so I normally ride around in mild weather with the visor just cracked open to the first or second notch.I think I have narrowed down my new helmet search to these two: The Schuberth C3 Pro and the Shoei Neotec. Any suggestions or experiences? Thanks
Hi, are you still in the ICT? I am.Do you have to have a modular? If you don't, then it is hard to beat the craftsmanship, engineering and thought that goes into Arai's stuff.
Intercoms sort of negate the need for the modular, unless you want to flip up the helmet when riding at slow speed or in hot weather (which seems appealing but is a pretty bad idea on both accounts).
To say nothing of the fact that modulars can only muster DOT approval (as a basketball cut in half and stuffed with used car wash sponges probably could as well), and are left wanting on SNELL approval. A whole 'nother can of worms in some circles.