There are plenty of things to like about the Lazer Blade. It’s a well priced, great looking helmet that actually manages to live up to the hype of being a cheap lid that looks expensive where so many before it haven’t quite succeeded. Functionally it’s comfortable (although that’s a personal thing, of course), pretty well ventilated and the Rollsys is definitely one of the best retention systems on the market.
220triathlon.com reviews the Lazer Wasp Air:
Verdict: Versatile shape, adjustable venting, good in transition and surprisingly cool, 88%
The other cyclist in the ambulance with me suffered from a broken clavicle, several broken ribs, and a punctured lung. I, on the other hand, was going to need a few Band-Aids. While this was partially the result of plain good luck, I also want to recognize the quality of the gear I was fortunate enough to have been wearing. A few years back, I had done a product review of the helmet I had been wearing during the bike crash. At the time, I rated it one of the best I had ever tried, and I’ll stand by that now. The Lazer Helium did exactly what it is supposed to do: it absorbed the energy of the crash and compressed so my skull did not. Road bike helmets are good for one crash only, so once you have damaged the integrity of the structure, you throw it away and get another one. My favorite helmet had died so I could live.
We are glad that Matt's Lazer Helium helmet did its job.
The Lazer Helium comes equipped with the Rigidly Brace System, a reinforcement within the helmet foam to help keep the helmet together and offer superior resistance against multiple impacts. Helium also comes in a MIPS version for additional protection again rotational brain injury.
Thanks for choosing Lazer Matt.
Check out the latest issue of Consumer Reports (June 2015) with the Lazer Cyclone helmet! CR rates the Cyclone as a "BEST BUY" with a rating of "EXCELLENT" for Impact Absorption, a rating of "GOOD" for Ventilation and a rating of "VERY GOOD" for Fit Adjustment!
More details regarding the Cyclone can be found on our website here.
The same helmet is available without a visor. Details on the Motion helmet can be found here.
Lazer MOi! now available, Madison Saracen Factory team news, Mara Abbott wins Tour of the Gila in Lazer and Lazer Cyclone helmet rated "Excellent" by Consumer Reports Magazine! Click through and check out all the news!
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Cycling Active Magazine compared the Lazer Blade against 6 other helmet brands with the Blade coming out on top!
This helmet closely resembles the top-end Lazer Z1 model and is a hugely impressive lid with lots of great features.
See more about the Lazer Blade helmet on our website here!
Anyone who has cursed retention straps for creating pressure points at the base of the head, should try the Z1. Its design feels wonderfully free and open in the rear, particularly since there’s no tension dial cluttering up the base of the skull. In testing, I especially appreciated the streamlined design when I was tucked down low in the drops; with a flat back and craned neck, I felt none of the helmet-clutter that I’d grown used to in other helmets. It felt, in fact, like I was wearing no helmet at all.
Not just for cycling! David Weir finishes second in the London Marathon with Lazer Wasp Air!
See all the details on the fastest aerodynamic helmet available today on our website!
Spring bike commuting essentials from Active Junky includes the Lazer Helium MIPS helmet!
Among the coolest, lightest helmets in its category, the 260g Helium has remained a popular recreational and competitive helmet. With the addition of MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System), this version makes a compelling case to upgrade to a 7-piece, in-mold model in 2015.