Motorcycle News contacted the CE Marking Association to see what’s up with that certification:

But the story doesn’t end there as CE Marking Association Managing Director Tim Harrison explains: “Straight away, and without investigating the product, there are two things that jump out at me from the Declaration; firstly, the legislation is out of date. 89/686/EEC was repealed on April 21, 2018 and replaced with (EU) 2016/425.

“Secondly, the Declaration has been generated by the testing organisation whereas legally it should be generated by either the Manufacturer or their Authorised Representative.”


Wish initially removed the vests from its platform, however, you can definitely still buy them on there. These vests also fly under various generic brand names as they are drop-shipped with the option to have a custom brand name and logo printed on.

Some say that any gear is better than no gear and in general, I would agree that is true. A lifejacket is arguably better moto gear than a t-shirt. However, $100 is still a decent bit of change to spend. That $100 can also be spent on a better jacket, helmet, or any gear that can help when you need it most. I probably wouldn’t pick up a Huanqiu unless you plan on riding your motorcycle into a lake anytime soon.