online Arai retailers?

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09/02/2006 at 10:50
just wondering where the best deals are to found?

Ebay?

the visor shop has £100 off Astro Rs

or maybe a bike show?
09/02/2006 at 10:51
Infinity normally have decent deals going...not sure of the url though.
09/02/2006 at 10:57
That's one thing I'll never buy online - a helmet.
Tried on several make of the same sized lid. The Arai was too loose and a Caberg had awfull stitches pressing into my forehead. I, amazingly, found a Nitro lid the comfiest!
Based on the difficulties I had in person, I'd never buy a helmet online, I'd end up trying to return most of what I'd buy!

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09/02/2006 at 11:01
fair point, but I've had a few medium Arais now so I know my size.

When's the next bike show?
09/02/2006 at 11:34
Don't come back moaning when there are no local bike shops left...

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09/02/2006 at 11:41

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09/02/2006 at 12:17
Try these guys - Gearchange Online - www.shop2.biz/gearchange/

Buying online is great if you know that the lid type and size fit you. Once you know that, you can buy them from anywhere.
09/02/2006 at 12:53
Ive Just bought an Arai Astro R Reynold Rep from these people - £100 off the RRP

Excellent service too

www.jim-allan.co.uk/Home.asp

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09/02/2006 at 17:39
Olly wrote
Don't come back moaning when there are no local bike shops left...


if local retailers embraced the web and thought about what makes a successful business in 2006 then they may well set up a website and respond to the needs of the market. Nothing stopping them.

Online retailing is here to stay. You can either accept this or do something else.
09/02/2006 at 17:40
09/02/2006 at 19:17
I got a brand new Arai RX7 Corsair in Edwards colours from J&S through Ebay for £310 delivered

£200 of RRP :smoke:

Good service, would deffo recommend them

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