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5 minutes ago, isaacp said:

Great Dora stickers emoji16.png but thinking more like this kind of stuff IMG_3871.jpgIMG_3872.jpg

i really dont get the whole tree work fashion, trend bit!!!!! is it not about function???

each to their own though :)

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Having cool sticker on your helmet helps some people function! Much better throughout the day. Defo makes your helmet much longer lasting and tougher

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I had to bin a helmet years ago as some numpty gave us some site approved stickers that he had printed out at home. Apparently the wrong glue can degrade the plastic. Dunno how true that is but best to look into it.

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I had to bin a helmet years ago as some numpty gave us some site approved stickers that he had printed out at home. Apparently the wrong glue can degrade the plastic. Dunno how true that is but best to look into it.
The helmet manual does usually say no stickers, how much that is rear end covering we can never know. Most people don't read the manual of course but I am strange like that.

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1 hour ago, Mesterh said:

I had to bin a helmet years ago as some numpty gave us some site approved stickers that he had printed out at home. Apparently the wrong glue can degrade the plastic. Dunno how true that is but best to look into it.

It is true that some types of glue can damage helmets just the same as it can with any type of crash helmet 

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I'm not sure but that's what I've heard. Makes sense I suppose. Not worth wearing some ppe only to have it compromised by a sticker! 

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Colm Champ on Instagram, check him out. Arb Fiction do the ones you linked too I think, but you might know that all ready. 

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