out of stock Pushys.com.au Netti Lightweight Helmet - $22.49 + Shipping after 25% off (Was $139.95)

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JAN25

Really cheap and good quality helmet in a nice neutral colourway.

Don't be fooled by the name of the helmet, it's lightish but wouldn't really class as lightweight compared to other brands BUT at 278g for this price, you can't go wrong.

Great beginners helmet. Weighs less than your el cheapo Kmart or Target helmets. Looks nice.

25 percent off coupon only for January (they have some other nice things in their sale area like jerseys and socks). Free shipping over $100.

Enjoy!

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    Just bought one! Thanks op!

  • +1 vote

    $12 shipping to postcode 3000

  • +6 votes

    I don't think anyone has ever paid $140 for that helmet.

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      they are all light, made from polystyrene and a thin plasctic shell, this isnt a carbon fibre shell or fibre glass or other costly material … the marketing of helmets seems redicules .

      Yes, I know the impact is taken by the polystyrene foam, the rest is to protect the foam or fashion.

      • +1 vote

        I see you're very familiar with the costs of helmet production and understanding in the great increase in cost proportional to the amount of sliders.
        I can assure you that this helmet cost the importer greater than USD $22.49 to purchase from the manufacturer.

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          the $22 isn’t the issue as a helmet at anaconda, kmart or woolies costs about $25, it’s the $135 original price that is ridiculous.

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          Are you familiar with cycling helmets at all? $135 is still considered an entry level/mid-entry level road helmet. There's every chance that this was once sold for $135. The design is dated though, and of course won't be worth that much now.

          Here's some examples of how much modern road helmets cost.

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          @garage sale:

          I'm sure Jeans at Kmart cost a tonne less than the Alberto's I wear, wouldn't know because I wouldn't consider them based on many aspects, they wouldn't be long enough for starters, but you get the point.
          Like everything there is a spectrum of options, and you get what you pay for.
          If you base everything on getting the cheapest thing to qualify as the product it is, good for you.

          Based on your expertise in helmet manufacturing costs, Aus standards testing, initial and batch, freight, marketing, costs of operating a distribution company out of Sydney etc. what should the RRP of this helmet be?

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          the bike helmets that are available for the bike hire in melbourne cost users users $5, they are subsidised by $10 ….. published cost price of the helmets is $15 from factory in asia fo our great aussie shores.

          if people want to pay $135 that is fine, they are all made to australian standards …. with the same foam and plastic shell, no hi tech materials from nasa or carbon fibre from ferrari.

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          @garage sale:

          It's ok to admit you simply have no idea what you're talking about, however, it's best to understand your ignorance.

          FYI, Ferrari do not manufacture carbon fibre.

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          @garage sale: Next you'll be telling us that all cars are equal from a safety perspective because they meet the MINIMUM Aust standard (note the keyword there). Spend some time reading up on the topic and you'll come across something called MIPS - and that's just one of numerous differences between cheap basic helmets and more expensive models from serious manufacturers. Even something as basic as proper fit and adjustment can impact safety in an accident. For serious riders comfort, fit, ventilation and protection are all important elements and cheap helmets miss the mark on almost every one of those criteria.

          If you're an occasional, experienced rider who dodders along on beautifully smooth bikepaths at slow speeds you possibly won't need a good quality helmet, anything else and it's down to how much you value your head. Chances of a nasty accident might be small but skimping on basic safety equipment is foolish to say the least. As the saying goes, better to remain silent and appear foolish than speak and remove all doubt.

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    Only S/M size left

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    Sold out

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    Nice, but happy with my $5 helmet from Melbourne bicycle.

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      What deal was that?

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      my kmart helmet is fluorescent green, great for visibility and safety … was $20, put a few pieces of reflective tape on for night time so hopefully people see me when driving and texting their meth dealers.

      manufacturers should focus more on safety than fashion as nobody looks cool in a bike helmet anyway, they haven’t made one to grace the catwalks of paris or milan yet.

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        manufacturers should focus more on safety than fashion…

        They do, which is why smart cyclists don't skimp on their brain buckets.

  • +2 votes

    Still a rip, rather look like a knob and wear my old bike helmet.

    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/12/10/04/3B3AC79F0000057...

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    I recalled the last time I bought from this seller was a GoPro Hero 4 Black.
    They even sent me some stickers but I've never used them.

    Everything is working fine since then.

  • -1 vote

    wtf - last helmet I got for $20 from Aldi with black styrofoam, is this one better? Even Kmart got some basic ones for $8 with white styrofoam.

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    Nooooooo missed out

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    Arg, missed out… any others on sale this good? (My searches keep failing due to garbage crawling internet in this lightning storm)

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    https://www.pushys.com.au/661-recon-scout-mtb-helmet-black-g...

    This one came to $30 after discount code. Apparently RRP $149

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    No XXL.. i am out