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SurreySam

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Re: Helmets weight database
« Reply #15 on: December 22, 2019, 04:13:39 PM »

Albion special 98 mens standard Titanium grill: 680g
Ayrtek PremierTek Titanium (Adult): 743g
GM Diamond Geo steel Senior 54-59: 725g
GM zelos geo helmet Steel (senior): 736g
GM Purist Geo (Standard Adult): 700g
Gray Nicolls Test opener Steel mens M: 820g
Gray Nicolls Omega XRD steel Mens: 870g
Masuri old helmet steel grill, large: 808g
Masuri Original Series MK II Test Titanium, Medium size: 777 g
Masuri Vision series Elite Titanium mens (58-61cm): 987g
Masuri Vision series Elite Titanium 2019 mens (58-61cm): 917g
Masuri Vision series Test Titanium mens (58-60cm): 860g
Masuri Vision series Test Titanium mens (Large/60-63 cm): 985 g
Masuri Vision series Test Steel mens (58-60cm): 950g
Masuri E-line Titanium senior small (55-58cm): 738g  with thin pad option and no neck guard fitted
Shrey Masterclass Air 2.0 titanium mens (58-60cm): 750g
Shrey Masterclass Air Titanium (Standard Adult): 833g
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Re: Helmets weight database
« Reply #16 on: December 22, 2019, 04:51:06 PM »

Albion special 98 mens standard Titanium grill: 680g
Ayrtek PremierTek Titanium (Adult): 743g
GM Diamond Geo steel Senior 54-59: 725g
GM zelos geo helmet Steel (senior): 736g
GM Purist Geo (Standard Adult): 700g
Gray Nicolls Test opener Steel mens M: 820g
Gray Nicolls Omega XRD steel Mens: 870g
Masuri old helmet steel grill, large: 808g
Masuri Original Series MK II Test Titanium, Medium size: 777 g
Masuri Vision series Elite Titanium mens (58-61cm): 987g
Masuri Vision series Elite Titanium 2019 mens (58-61cm): 917g
Masuri Vision series Test Titanium mens (58-60cm): 860g
Masuri Vision series Test Titanium mens (Large/60-63 cm): 985 g
Masuri Vision series Test Steel mens (58-60cm): 950g
Masuri E-line Titanium senior small (55-58cm): 738g  with thin pad option and no neck guard fitted
Shrey Masterclass Air 2.0 titanium mens (58-60cm): 750g
Shrey Masterclass Air Titanium (Standard Adult): 833g

@SurreySam - i thought the e-line was just a new name for the elite as t-line would be to Test - but the weight difference seems to suggest it is totally different?
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Re: Helmets weight database
« Reply #17 on: December 22, 2019, 05:20:39 PM »

Yes, Masuri are now trying to simplify branding by using just the first letter:

C line = Club
T line = Test
E line = Elite

For 2020, I think there is one new helmet in the range which I posted a weight for, it's a 2nd E-line model which only has a single shell and the latest eye-line grille. Hence the lighter weight.

So to differentiate the two E-Line models Masuri have gone with :
E-Line (single shell) which as yellow colour band above the ear.
Vision E-Line (twin shell) which has blue colour band above the ear.

I expect the Vision E-line helmet to weigh in the 900g+  region as essentially, its just a renamed Vision Series Elite helmet.
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Re: Helmets weight database
« Reply #18 on: December 22, 2019, 05:32:14 PM »

Oh and I'm returning the small sized E-Line one I have, as it's a tad tight for me.

Instead, I've ordered both a medium sized E-line and T-Line with titanium grilles to try, using the recent discount code posted in the ebay/internet bargains thread.  I'll post up the weights when I get them.
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Re: Helmets weight database
« Reply #19 on: December 22, 2019, 10:38:58 PM »

Yes, Masuri are now trying to simplify branding by using just the first letter:

C line = Club
T line = Test
E line = Elite

I guess it is just easier if they had Club/Test/Elite. The C/E/T-Line is more confusing IMO.
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Re: Helmets weight database
« Reply #20 on: December 24, 2019, 12:48:27 PM »

Albion special 98 mens standard Titanium grill: 680g
Ayrtek PremierTek Titanium (Adult): 743g
GM Diamond Geo steel Senior 54-59: 725g
GM zelos geo helmet Steel (senior): 736g
GM Purist Geo (Standard Adult): 700g
Gray Nicolls Test opener Steel mens M: 820g
Gray Nicolls Omega XRD steel Mens: 870g
Masuri old helmet steel grill, large: 808g
Masuri Original Series MK II Test Titanium, Medium size: 777 g
Masuri Vision series Elite Titanium mens (58-61cm): 987g
Masuri Vision series Elite Titanium 2019 mens (58-61cm): 917g
Masuri Vision series Test Titanium mens (58-60cm): 860g
Masuri Vision series Test Titanium mens (Large/60-63 cm): 985 g
Masuri Vision series Test Steel mens (58-60cm): 950g
Masuri T-line Titanium senior medium (58-61cm): 758g  with thin pad option and no neck guard fitted
Masuri E-line Titanium senior small (55-58cm): 738g  with thin pad option and no neck guard fitted
Masuri E-line Titanium senior medium  (58-61cm): 768g  with thin pad option and no neck guard fitted
Shrey Masterclass Air 2.0 titanium mens (58-60cm): 750g
Shrey Masterclass Air Titanium (Standard Adult): 833g
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Re: Helmets weight database
« Reply #21 on: December 24, 2019, 01:06:59 PM »

Super service from Masuri so far.  Ordered on Dec 22 at 4pm and the helmets were delivered today; I was expecting them first couple of weeks in January, after the Christmas/New Year festivities were all out the way.

Weights have been added, just got to decide which I prefer. One point to note - I measured my head at 57.5cm and that would be a small, hence getting a small size first but that was just too tight, and would be even more so in the summer heat. The medium is a much better fit for me and I don't even need to add the thick pad option included.

The T-line helmet from what I can tell, is essentially a Original Mk2 Test helmet and vision further out feels better. The E-line has the twin top bar grille and so the top bar appears thicker and eye slot feels narrower once wearing it. However the E-line grille has less upright bars further down, so vision through the grille around your hands/feet and ball contact is improved.  Decisions, decisions.

Also the Masuri neck guard will add 100g of weight give or take a gram, depending on which size bits you use for the helmet.
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Re: Helmets weight database
« Reply #22 on: April 09, 2021, 07:34:30 AM »

Can someone please check the weight of the old CS 1-2006 580-610mm Masuri?

I know from Albion helmets that the unpainted ones can be either steel or titanium. The Masuri I have has a unpainted matt metal grille and the weights are 284gr for the grille and 694gr for the helmet.

That points to titanium but I'd like to check. Cheers.
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