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#622089 - 15th Nov 2011 8:46pm OGK FF3 bike helmet
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i am selling a OGK FF3 bike helmet size XS i payed £340 4 at the time i droped it and has a crank at the back and side only small tho i wanted £100 4 it if any1 if intrested pm me


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#622098 - 15th Nov 2011 9:05pm Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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I'm not being funny Joel, but that level of damage is just as dangerous as not wearing a helmet at all. It could have structural damage that will prevent it from doing its job properly in an accident.

As a biker, I'd say it's only fit for the bin - I certainly wouldn't risk my brain in that no
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#622103 - 15th Nov 2011 9:19pm Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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there is nothink wrong with there helmet if u cared to look its all plastic damage and they cud be replaced!! you being a biker and if u have ever had a good helmet u wud no wat i mean!! an trust me m8 if u new anythink about bikes or helmets u wudnt be putting this in the bin hahaha

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#622105 - 15th Nov 2011 9:21pm Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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Have you taken it to a Dealer to get the insides checked? I only ever have decent lids - you can't put a price on your safety where bikes are concerned. JMPO.
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#622115 - 15th Nov 2011 9:33pm Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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i drop it out my hand about 40cm from floor like i said plastic damage the helmet hasnt got no cracks on it! an do us a favour dont comment on my post if ur not intrested in buyin it!! to many people on here has got to much time on there hands!!!

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#622118 - 15th Nov 2011 9:36pm Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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Originally Posted By: JOELMC1234
i drop it out my hand about 40cm from floor like i said plastic damage the helmet hasnt got no cracks on it! an do us a favour dont comment on my post if ur not intrested in buyin it!! to many people on here has got to much time on there hands!!!



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#622121 - 15th Nov 2011 9:41pm Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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Originally Posted By: JOELMC1234
i drop it out my hand about 40cm from floor like i said plastic damage the helmet hasnt got no cracks on it! an do us a favour dont comment on my post if ur not intrested in buyin it!! to many people on here has got to much time on there hands!!!

I never have too much time on my hands when it comes to the safety of fellow bikers!! If it's been checked by a Dealer and they confirmed there is no internal damage then fair enough. You say there's no cracks, but there's a dirty great hole! Unless you yourself are a Dealer and able to check the potential damage inside the helmet, then you cannot say it's safe. Again, JMPO.

If my posting replies saves someones life, then I'm happy. I'll say no more on the matter apart from good luck as you'll need it.
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#622128 - 15th Nov 2011 9:51pm Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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am sure any1 wanting to buy it can see the crack with there own eyes without u pokin ur nose in! how r u tryin to save sum1s life by tellin people about a crack that i stated in the first post. They can obvsly see the damage as i have put pics up to show the helmet so realy ur just tryin to wreck my post!! sooo u get on ur bike an ride along to the next post and wreck that 1!!

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#622130 - 15th Nov 2011 10:01pm Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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Disgusting attitude to take considering she is concerned with someones safety.

The damage to the helmet is light, as you say it is based around the plastic fairing, not the actual helmet construction itself.

HOWEVER any and EVERY drop of a helmet is to be taken seriously, as has been mentioned, the structural integrity may have been compromised. They are great helmets, I was looking at purchasing one for my bike not too long ago. Great reviews etc. However, after a 40cm drop, to cause damage like that, Id be weary.


GLWS as someone will inevitably get themselves a great helmet, but PLEASE go get it checked before selling smile

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#622131 - 15th Nov 2011 10:03pm Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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£340 and you get a dirty great hole from dropping it just over 1 foot from the floor???? You've been had and anybody who pays £100 for a broken crash(ed) helmet will also have been had!

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#622140 - 15th Nov 2011 10:27pm Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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Maybe it should have been made clearer in the first post that the damage may only be superficial - the wording in the advert suggests the actual helmet is cracked rather than just some trim.

Can the trim be replaced? Is it not worth replacing the trim and getting the helmet checked at the same time and selling the helmet in good order?

I appreciate its cheap, but the words "crank" (crack?) and "droped" (dropped?) in an advert for a crash helmet is never good frown
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#622155 - 15th Nov 2011 10:42pm Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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The points about saftey are all valid.
Those questions are relevant. Any one intrested can now decide forthemselves.

The questions have been answered now. So please keep on topic.
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#622178 - 16th Nov 2011 12:04am Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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well done wench for keeping your calm and not being goaded into a slanging match! I for one wouldn't buy a dropped helmet, even if there was no damage.

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#622181 - 16th Nov 2011 12:24am Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: yewgarth]
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Originally Posted By: yewgarth
well done wench for keeping your calm and not being goaded into a slanging match! I for one wouldn't buy a dropped helmet, even if there was no damage.
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#622216 - 16th Nov 2011 8:14am Re: OGK FF3 bike helmet [Re: LIVERPOOL1234]
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like mark said keep ur comments to ur self and stick to the subject!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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