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Name: HJC Helmets
Address: 316 Cau Giay, Cầu Giấy, Hanoi

Directions: Right next to the Toyota Dealership on Cau Giay - look for the big Protec & HJC signs

Phone: 0975595364
21.03554776893899 105.79296239873122
Description: The local retail outlet of HJC Helmets, a Korean company manufacturing in Vietnam (primarily for export).

Note: Previously located on Chua Ha Street.

Rating: 4.75 on a scale of 1 to 5. Based on 4 reviews.

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R.206 CT1-1 Building, Me Tri Ha Str, My dinh, Từ Liêm, Hanoi


4 Reviews (Followed by 2 users)
fizzy4 on HJC Helmets
April 29th, 2017 at 12:34 am

We love HJC helmets. Anyone know where the showroom is now- we couldn't find it!

JazzCH on HJC Helmets
August 15th, 2014 at 2:54 am

The official HJC showroom is on 388 Cau Giay, as correctly written on the Vietnamese version of the HJC website: The English version is outdated. They have different models and sizes, speak some English and are very helpful.

The address 316 Cau Giay refers to a little local helmet shop with different brands. They do not speak English.

Pitfield on HJC Helmets
June 9th, 2013 at 6:10 pm

I'd been wearing an old bicycle helmet for the last few months of riding in Vietnam, I'd never been able to find a lid that fitted my head at big C or anywhere simple.

The bicycle helmet finally disintegrated and so I set about finding somewhere that'd sell me a decent and comfortable helmet. Found this place on TNH and bought am HJC IS-33 helmet for 930,000. It's an open face helmet with a visor and a sunshade.


The RRP on the website is $180 so 930k or about $44 seems like pretty good value.

This is what it looks like.

I stupidly left it in the UK but the helmet I used there was an Arai which is pretty much the best quality you can buy, this HJC feels much more well made than the price would suggest.

Highly recommended.

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Newman on HJC Helmets
January 3rd, 2012 at 4:59 pm

A month or so ago, soon after a trip on a highway out of Hanoi which scared the hell out of me, I decided I really do like my head after all. It may not be pretty but it's the only one I've got.

Went helmet hunting, for something more substantial than a tin-lid and something not so ugly that it belongs in a tribal death-dance ritual. HJC recently moved to this new location so I dropped in one afternoon to see what they had in stock.

The staff speak little or no English but are very warm and helpful. They have a full range of options - from plastic-lids, tin-lids and everything all the way up to full-face massive helmets that need the shoulders of a weightlifter to wear. They also stock a range of sizes and colours.

I quickly established that I wanted something which will actually protect my head, with a full visor. Again, plenty of options. A few days later I returned with my wife so we could get a helmet each. Her head is, naturally, much prettier than mine (containing many more brain cells) and also requires protection. The staff obtained two helmets of the same model (BIG.1) that fit the bill nicely in the right size for each of our heads. A little research indicates that these helmets are Chinese made and conform to European safety standards (whatever that means).

This was a pleasant shopping experience and, with a little bargaining, left us paying VND600,000 per helmet for units that will do more than just pop off when your head hits the ground. That they also keep your ears warm in winter is an added bonus. Well worth the investment - they could have charged more and I would have paid it to protect our heads.

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