Since its foundation in 2017, NHK Helmets, the Indonesian brand, has been concentrating on helmet quality and innovation, manufacturing some of the safest helmets available globally.
The brand has evolved to meet the new certification regulations and sponsors Moto2 and Moto3 riders. We also have seen Tito Rabat and Remy Gardner wearing NHK helmets.
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Chennai-based 69 Designs confirmed this development: “NHK Helmets has confirmed its ISI certification completion date for their full-face motorcycle helmets in India.
The ISI certification is further evidence of the helmet’s quality which was received earlier this year.” 69 Designs will import these helmets. Their sales will begin in January or mid-February 2023.
Starting with the K5-R at an introductory price of Rs 4,999. The company ensured it got better aerodynamics and installed a Pinlock anti-fog lens on all its helmets.
The K5-R is made of polycarbonate and is built to be affordable. However, it has premium features, including a quick-release system, vent visors, a Pinlock lens, and a double-ring fastener. But that’s not all. The K5-R also has removable, washable liners.
While the premium helmet, like the GP-R, is made from polycarbonate instead of fibreglass and costs around Rs 32,000.
The GP-R Tech helmet has been developed with an eye on race riders, who need a helmet that can provide full coverage and protect the head from impacts. It comes with some excellent graphics. The helmet is dedicated to racing legend Rajini Krishnan. Who won the 11th National Racing championship in 2022.
NHK made sure the GP-R Tech helmet will arrive in multiple sizes and will also come in children’s sizes.
Top of the line and limited to 499 units worldwide, we see the Gold GP-R Tech Race made in carbon fibre dedicated to Remy Gardners Moto2 World Championship win in 2021.
The helmet costs around Rs 36,000.