May 8, 2015
First MOTORRAD, now TOURENFAHRER:
The Schuberth C3 Pro gathers more test laurels
TOURENFAHRER magazine and the TÜV Rheinland have carried out a thorough group test of nine different flip-up helmets, evaluating them on the road and in the lab. Earning top marks in four out of six categories, the Schuberth C3 Pro earns another recommendation.
Schuberth has been a global leader in motorcycle helmets for years. It comes as no surprise that the current Schuberth C3 Pro stacks up test wins and recommendations like no other flip-up helmet. Just recently, the C3 Pro was named the winner of MOTORRAD magazine’s annual helmet group test in its 7-2015 issue. At this occasion, MOTORRAD added another “very good” rating to the C3 Pro’s sizeable collection of recommendations from magazines like TOURENFAHRER, MOTORRAD NEWS and ALPENTOURER. The TOURENFAHRER recommendation had resulted from a 2013 group test, an award the C3 Pro now had to defend two years later against strong competitors, some of which had launched newly designed helmets. It did so with great success, as evidenced in the current TOURENFAHRER issue 6-2015.
The nine helmets underwent tests in six different criteria for evaluation. The Schuberth C3 Pro was the only helmet in the field to score top marks in four of these six categories, specifically in the decisive criteria of impact protection, workmanship, equipment and comfort. The bottom line is that it managed to convince the testers of TOURENFAHRER magazine and TÜV Rheinland “in the straightforward tests as well as regarding their personal impressions“. It almost goes without saying that the C3 Pro was once again awarded a “recommendation”.
In Magdeburg, where all Schuberth helmets are developed and manufactured without exception, the Schuberth staffmembers are happy that their efforts have once again been met with approval. CEO Jan-Christian Becker: “Every member of our company has contributed to the success of the Schuberth C3 Pro. We shall ramp up our efforts to increase our lead among helmet manufacturers even further”.