Helmtops

21
Jan
2011

My dad talked to the owner of Helmtops when he was on Twitter, and they said they would send him samples for me and my brother.  We got them in the mail and my dad helped us put them on.  Do you know what Helmtops even are?  They are these rubber things you stick on your helmet to decorate them.  I think they are awesome because they look really cool.

To get them on a helmet, you bend the bottom part and stick them through one of the holes.  They are really easy to put on and take off.  When they are on, you can’t even tell they are there.  Here is a video of how easy they are to put on:

There are lots of different Helmtop designs available.  My favorite is the flower.  Here is a picture of all the different types:

Do your kids like stickers on their helmets?  I think they would like Helmtops.

- By Kassi

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  • Eric Hutchins

    Hey Kassi,
    Pamela and I got to meet you before your trip to Florida. This is a great post. Thanks for the information. I think I am going to try one for my helmet. One day when we come up to see you guys and ride with your dad I will have one on!

  • http://twitter.com/PedalmanTO PedalmanTO

    Thanks for letting me know about this product Kassi. I don’t know a lot of kids, but I know some adults that like stickers and I think the racing flags would be cool.

  • Anonymous

    Another fantastic post by my talented Daughter. Well done, Kassi…congratulations on taking on your first product review.

    Dad

  • Gregg

    Thanks Kassi for the well written write-up. Gregg@helmtops

  • Anonymous

    That’s pretty cool. Thanks for sharing Kassi.

  • Carla

    Thanks Kassi for the information on Helmtops they are are so cute and it is a great gift idea. I know some kids who will also love them..Carla

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