WINDJAMMER 2 "REDUCES WIND NOISE" fits all Full Face Helmets. The original often copied ! (P&P FREE)
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- WINDJAMMER 2.2 Motorcycle Helmet Wind Blocker.
- Fitted with a super sticky silicon band that really works.
- Not to be confused with poor copies on the market, this one really does the job 100% Guaranteed or your money back.
- The non slip band does not mark or leave any residue on the helmet and is suitable for full face helmets. Will also fit Off Road Full Face Helmets.
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The Original WINDJAMMER sold Worldwide & fitted with a super sticky silicon band that really works. Not to be confused with poor copies on the market, this one really does the job 100% Guaranteed or your money back. The windjammer 2.2 ensures a draught excluding snug fit, around the neck and lower facial areas. Substantially reducing wind roar and noise fatigue, two way vented to reduce visor misting. A must for all levels of safer motorcycling. __________________________ Attached by means of our new integral non slip band impregnated with a special blend of silicon that ensures enough grip and pressure to hold in place, yet can be easily removed and refitted in seconds. The non slip band does not mark or leave any residue on the helmet and is suitable for full face and Moto X style helmets. ____________________________ Providing a new concept of riding comfort and manufactured from non-absorbent microcellular waterproof neoprene with a superplush soft towelling inner lining for extra comfort. ____________________________ Windjammer Features:- • Reduces wind noise and draughts. • Two way vented. • Fits in seconds. • Attached with our new unique integral super stick silicon band. • No adhesive or tape required. • Made from 4 way stretch super soft waterproof neoprene. ____________________________ What you can expect from the Windjammer II.2:- The Windjammer is designed to reduce wind noise, drafts and provides a snug fit around the neck and lower facial areas. . Colour is BLACK.
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Well firstly, it depends on your helmet design in the first place. If you have a very well sound-proofed helmet already you might not be able to tell much difference. Especially as this reduces turbulence around the neck area - if you're current helmet is designed to reduce neck turbulence already then the difference with the windjammer might not be so noticeable. Although I've never seen a helmet designed as flush as the result of using a windjammer so there'll probably be minor improvement with any type. On the other hand if you have a helmet that's poorly sound-proofed and has a lot of turbulence around the neck area then you'll notice a huge difference.
Secondly, and most pertinently, is that it seems to depend on riding position. I ride a Yamaha Diversion XJ600S, which is a fairly neutral riding position so I can experiment between sitting bold upright and leaning/ducking right forward.
SAT BOLT UPRIGHT THE WINDJAMMER MAKES A HUGE DIFFERENCE. In this case the bottom of the helmet with windjammer presents a near perfect parallel to the oncoming wind, which means the wind flows past smoothly and quietly. Compared to without the windjammer where the wind will circulate and eddy round all the nooks and crannies it can find across the irregular surface of the bottom of your helmet causing a lot of turbulence and noise. In this case at motorway speeds, the difference between winjammer on/off sounds like winding all the windows up in a car.
In a leant forward racing position however, the top of your helmet hits the oncoming wind, and the bottom of your helmet is now facing slightly backwards. The oncoming wind buffets around the top of your helmet (and ears!) which is quite deafening, the bottom of your helmet is in the wake, it's turbulent around here anyway but not particularly noisy so sealing it off in my experience doesn't make as much difference in this position.
So overall if you're riding a cruiser or sports-tourer where you're sat upright (or close) I guess you'll get a lot of benefit, whereas pure sports bikes (eg R6/R1, CBRR, etc) where the seating and handlebar position means you're leant far forward, will notice much less difference (see attached drawing).
A couple of final consideration. It can't do much about turbulence from wing mirrors, windshields, fairing, etc. If for example the loudest noise is caused by a badly positioned windscreen then reducing the turbulence around the bottom of your helmet isn't going to be very noticable in comparison.
And something that should go without saying - it's a "windjammer" and you don't generate much wind noise at 30mph, so it won't make much difference around town. It's more for country roads and motorway.
In summary for what it costs, no matter what you're riding etc, it might be worth trying anyway. Might be barely noticable, but it might be fantastic. I've tried to give a detailed technical breakdown as possible so you can estimate how much of an improvement you're likely to get, but practice will always beat theory so if wind noise is an issue for you then for £12.49 I'd give it a go and see.
I explain this because the images misled me (misperception on my account, my bad!). It is not a cushion like hard material and it does not cover as much an additional area; just a couple cm's at the bottom of the helmet. As such, for me, it did not really reduce the noise levels much. However, it may have reduced the cold a bit by not allowing as much wind coming in. Whether I would have bought it after experiencing is debatable. I probably would not but than again I am not saying it is totally a waste.
I should note, I am using a tourer bike, riding in an upright position.
My daily commute is a 90 miles round trip and in all weathers. I slipped this bad boy on and I could not have been happier. No wind ingress at all. Can't comment on road noise because my bike is so loud I can't hear the road anyway.
Tears of joy not tears of suffering.
Kills turbulence and booming wind roar almost completely. I can still hear some wind noise from the helmet sides but thats a design issue with my lid. I'd guess the noise level is less than half what it was before I fitted the Windjammer.
The commute home from work is very calm noise wise now and it has actually taken a little getting used to the quietness.
I expect the visor may fog up easier in winter but as its warm just now I cant say for sure.
Easy fitting and adjustment, this is an essential motorbike accessory as far as i'm concerned.
Slightly tricky getting the helmet on and off but you soon adapt to it.
A great product design that really should be a part of all helmet designs.
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