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Bluetooth Helmet Reviews


The Bilt Techno 2.0 Helmet With Sena Intercom Is Solid, Comfortable & Well-Made Helmet With a Few Rough Edges The Bilt Techno 2.0 Sena Bluetooth Helmet is, as its name implies, the second generation of the Techno Bluetooth helmet concept. It’s available as a full-face or flip-up helmet and both have a relatively clean and …

Part 1: Blutek Motorcycle Helmet Review The Bluetek Bluetooth helmet isn’t perfect, but it’s very good overall. It’s also an excellent value for the money, especially appreciating the fully integrated Bluetooth system. The helmet reveals simple design, good construction and balance. It is quiet and comfortable. It meets DOT and ECE standards and the Bluetooth …

Schuberth SRC Review and a Schuberth C3 Redux The same high-quality Schuberth C3 as always and now with the available Schuberth SRC (Schuberth Rider Communications), a Bluetooth intercom system. Made by Cardo (Scala Rider), the SRC will fit any C3 helmet. An SRC system for the C2 and Schuberth Concept helmet will also become available …

Vemar CKQI Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmet Unique looks and modular design with removable chin bar looks good both ways. Excellent Bluetooth system that’s easy to use and seems to pair with anything thrown at it. Good build quality. Narrow internal shape and very thin padding mean it may not fit everyone. If, according to Merriam-Webster, one …

From Dainese Press Release.  Edited by webBikeWorld.com May 14th, 2007 – Five European nations are to be involved in a beta test of the innovative Infinity helmet by Dainese. In the wake of the great success achieved by Beta testing with the Neck GoreTex jacket, Dainese has decided to get its customers involved again in …