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There is nothing better than an enjoyable ride on your favorite bike when the weather is fine. You squeeze the throttle on an open road hearing only the wind noise and growling of the exhaust. Only riding in a group of friends or having your partner sitting behind you could beat that. More so if you can enjoy having conversations with them without stopping. To make it happen, consider getting a Bluetooth helmet or upgrade your existing one with a Bluetooth kit.

Such a system allows for not only hands-free calls, but also streaming music, using voice commands to get directions from navigation, check weather forecasts, and so on. If you like to know more about the ways you can use your Bluetooth communication system and why you need one, consider reading the article available at the link below.

Six Reasons You Need Bluetooth Communications In Your Motorcycle Helmet

Some of the products mentioned in the article:

Sena® - Momentum Bluetooth™ Full Face Helmet with Communication System - MOTORCYCLEiD.com

Material: Composite fiberglass
Quick-release system
Scratch-resistant, UV resistant, pinlock-ready visor
Bluetooth 4.1 Communication system
Intercom working range: up to 1 mile (1.6 km) in open terrain
Advanced Noise Control™
Built-in FM radio with RDS AF (Radio Data System Alternate Frequencies): 64 ~ 108MHz
Talk Time: 20 hours
Battery charging time: 2.5 hours
Operating temperature: 14°F - 122°F (-10°C – 50°C)
Weight (Momentum INC): 61.73 oz (1750 g) (M size)
Helmet Certification: DOT Approved
Communication system Certification: CE, FCC, IC

Sena® - Communication System with Mesh Intercom™ - MOTORCYCLEiD.com

Bluetooth 4.1 Communication system
Mesh Intercom working range: up to 1.2* miles (2 km) in open terrain
*Can extend up to 5 miles (8.0 km) between a minimum of 6 riders
Noise cancellation: Advanced Noise Control™
Built-in FM radio with RDS AF (Radio Data System Alternate Frequencies): 76 ~ 108MHz
Talk Time: 13 hours, Mesh intercom: 8 hours
Battery charging time: 1.5 hours
Operating temperature: 14°F - 131°F (-10°C – 55°C)
Communication system Certification: CE, FCC, IC

Sena® SC-WR-01 - Wristband Remote - MOTORCYCLEiD.com

Compatible with Sena headsets that have Bluetooth 4.0 or higher. This includes 30K, 20S/20S EVO, 10S, 10R, 10C, 10U/10UPad, Cavalry Helmet
Battery type: Lithium polymer
Charging time: 2 hrs
Operating time: 3 months
Operating temperature: 14°F - 131°F (-10?C – 55?C)
Working distance: up to 30 feet (10 meters)
You can use the included hook and loop fasteners to attach the Wristband Remote to your gas tank

Sena® SC-4B-01 - 4-Button Remote Communication System - MOTORCYCLEiD.com

Operating time: 5 months
Operating temperature: 14°F - 131°F (-10?C – 55?C)
Bluetooth v4.1
Working distance: up to 30 feet (10 meters)
Battery type: CR2016 Lithium coin battery
Voltage: 3 V

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Very informative. A helmet communicator is a system that is often used by military and police officers and it allows for communication between the officer and other officers in the field. The system has a microphone and speaker and is worn on the officer's head and it can be connected to a car or a computer.

This allows the officer to communicate verbally to other officers and nearby civilians. The microphone and speaker are often positioned in such a manner where the microphone is placed near the officer's mouth and the speaker is near the officer's ear. These systems can be used for other purposes such as to call in a bomb threat or to warn nearby civilians of a crime that is taking place in the area. They can also be used for other purposes that are related to the officer's job.

It allows the user to be hands free to use their device while riding their bike or motorcycle. Riders can also receive and answer phone calls and listen to music, GPS directions, and even take and make calls and listen to music and GPS directions without worrying about holding onto the device. The rider will just have to wear a helmet and they will be able to communicate to other riders and pedestrians.

This is a great benefit for those who enjoy the outdoor sports and just want to be able to communicate with others while riding.
Source: https://gearhonest.com/motorcycle-helmet-communication-system-reviews/
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