I hear you, but I got some expensive tools stolen from much safer and secure place, so as they say; when you get burned once...Good points, Damirio. However, I think most thefts are those of opportunity, and even a small deterrent goes a long way.
As for the whole list, just for fun...
Stolen -- much harder to do if locked through the chin bar (and with a robust security chain anything short of LARGE bolt cutters or battery powered grinder isn't going to cut it).
Wet -- not if it's upright and visor closed.
Dirty -- no dirtier than when I wear it; cleaner, without my filthy noggin sweating it up!
Full of bird shit -- see Wet.
Full of ants -- I don't leave sugar trails to my helmet.
Full of ice cream -- see Wet.
Pocket knife or scissors -- see Stolen.
Etc -- How one positions and locks the helmet makes all the difference.
Mostly bikes have a hook under the seat, some require a short cable to work, lift the seat, hook on the helmet and lock down the seat.Does anyone know when they stop putting a hook on the side of bike so you lock helmet to bike? Now I just put it in my top case.
My old Glee 2016 have those hooks, but the new model 2018, does not . So I guess the cyclop headlight came with no hooks. Also with no front suspension adjusters (preload).Does anyone know when they stop putting a hook on the side of bike so you lock helmet to bike? Now I just put it in my top case.