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Wireless Motorcycle Helmet Bluetooth Headsets - $75.99

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Ohmotor brand motorcycle helmet bluetooth headsets on sale at Amazon for $75.99 after 30% off coupon (UW22DGOO).
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Created 04-22-2018 at 08:31 PM by adampadam123
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I have these. Bluetooth works pretty well. Cheaper on Aliexpress.
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The reviews point to some potential problems. People complain that it doesn't attach very strongly, it's complicated (not something you need when your attention should be on the road), and high volumes have some crackle and bad audio. Great concept but I wonder if there is a better product
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I'd recommend going with something from either Sena or Cardo-Scala. Either is going to cost you a little more but when it comes to ongoing firmware support and accessories, it makes a big difference. Sena's SMH5 series has been around for a long time and that particular unit has received a lot of updated features from higher models over time all via just firmware updates. My wife and I started with a pair of SMH5 units, mainly just for use on our two longest rides of the year and figured they would be helpful. We ended up using them so much that we started using them on other rides and then, my brother wanted to get one as well for when he rides with us. We all just recent upgraded to SPH10FM units but we were able to reuse all of our SMH5 gear (mic, headphones, harness, etc.) so it was as easy as just sliding the new ones on our existing mounting brackets and plugging them in. I think Sena's products are a little less expensive than Cardo-Scala but the both make pretty good reliable products. As much as we use ours now, I'm really glad we spent a little extra to get good units.
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