The shop claims the helmet is a limited edition, with only 6 to 7 pieces in Malaysia.
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A woman caused a stir on the Internet after paying RM86,000 in cash for a yellow SHOEI J Force2 helmet.
The helmet store said the original price was RM100,000, but bargaining is also allowed.
The purchase grabbed the attention of netizens, who said the price was too high.
In addition, netizens are also wondering about the purpose of making large transactions in cash compared to online payments, which are much safer.
Similarly, identical helmets, likely replicas, sold for much less on online shopping platforms.
In response, the shop explained that the helmet sold for RM86k was genuine and a limited edition collectable.
For context, Shoei is a Japanese company that produces a line of premium motorsport helmets.
The SHOEI J Force2 was the shop’s most expensive and sold less than 24 hours after it arrived.
The shop added that it sells many affordable helmets from as low as RM50.