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HJC Helmets is the best-selling brand of motorcycle helmets in North America and one of the most popular brands in the world. There are few components to the company’s success on the market. For one, the quality is high while the prices are very reasonable. Besides, HJC helmets look good and feel good featuring strong, lightweight construction and stylish design.

HJC is one of the few motorcycle helmet manufacturers owning a wind-tunnel lab for testing helmet’s aerodynamics, ventilation, and wind noise level. You can choose the right model from a wide variety of types, designs, and sizes to find a perfect match. Until December 31, take advantage of reduced prices on HJC Helmets and save big!



HJC Helmets® - CL-Ironroad Half Shell Helmet - MOTORCYCLEiD.com


HJC Helmets® - IS-Cruiser Half Shell Helmet - MOTORCYCLEiD.com


HJC Helmets® - IS-5 Burnout Open Face Helmet - MOTORCYCLEiD.com


HJC Helmets® - IS-5 Poe Dameron Open Face Helmet - MOTORCYCLEiD.com


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Wow, the ad says, "Up to $390 off". I have a variety of half and full-face helmets and never spent more than ~$70 on any of them. I can't imagine the MSRP of one that is advertised as being "$390 off".
 

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I too have a quality HJC full modular helmet, and I think I paid around $200, but part of the cost included the dealer seller installing my SENA 5 wireless bluetooth system so I could listen to Satellite radio w/o earbuds whipping around my face. I like the better sound from the earbuds, though. At highway speed (70+) the tunes are drowned out by road & air noise.
 

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Wow, the ad says, "Up to $390 off". I have a variety of half and full-face helmets and never spent more than ~$70 on any of them. I can't imagine the MSRP of one that is advertised as being "$390 off".
I think this is the maximum savings on the most expensive item. Most helmets are on a 40-45% discount. For example, you can get IS-5 Burnout Open Face Helmet for $73.43. (The old price is $135)
 

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Wow, the ad says, "Up to $390 off". I have a variety of half and full-face helmets and never spent more than ~$70 on any of them. I can't imagine the MSRP of one that is advertised as being "$390 off".
I still remember the hundreds, likely thousands of calculations I had to do in high school (no calculator): "how much do we have to add to the price so that we can offer an X% discount without losing a dime".
I have been very cynical about 'sales' ever since.
 

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Yes, like buying a new car and "suggested MSRP" or "hundreds below KBB", etc. sales hooks.
 
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