Patent for the Original Predator Helmet
The Predator helmet manufactured by NLO-Moto has been parented and all rights to it are protected by law.
Following a decision by the Federal Service for Intellectual Property regarding the issue of a patent for a useful model, the “Predator” helmet will be manufactured by NLO-Moto. Unauthorized copying, advertising, manufacturing of counterfeit copies and selling them will be prosecuted by law.
Inside, it's a motorbike helmet, and the outside a fiberglass/carbon layer forming the Predator shell. You'll get a double shell and maximum protection. Other manufacturers may offer tol you a hand-made mask with no protection (no helmet) inside.
Counterfeit copies found on the Internet do not offer proper quality and safety.
How to tell the difference between the original product and a fake?
- Fakes do not have a protective shell of the base helmet. The original shell is removed and replaced with a thin 1-2 mm “predator” shell. The only parts remaining from the base helmet are the polystyrene liner and soft pads for cheeks and the back of the neck. Such helmets should not be used for riding a motorcycle.
- Fakes have a very narrow field of view and a visor that is either glued to the helmet and cannot be raised or can be opened with two hands only. This puts you at great risk, since you won’t be able to open a steamy or wet visor on the go without stopping the bike.
- Manufacturers of fake helmets do not have contracts with payment gateways and merchant services, they are not part of consumer rights protection programs and do not provide money back guarantees in case of delayed/failed deliveries or poor product quality.
- In fake helmets, batteries for LED lights and lasers are installed into a special opening inside the helmet near the rider’s cheeks. Presence of any items (batteries in a plastic housing with wires) inside the helmet is unacceptable and prohibited by safety rules.