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Anyone ever try this product? Looks neat but doesn't appear to have CPSC or CE 1078 safety certifications.
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Never heard of this brand before. $100 seems way to expensive for a no name brand.

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just realised it has built in BT. That's cool. is this proprietary or do other brands make these?
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Anyone ever try this product? Looks neat but doesn't appear to have CPSC or CE 1078 safety certifications.
Yeah it is CPSC certified. The manufacturer's site has this info, too.
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Never heard of this brand before. $100 seems way to expensive for a no name brand.

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just realised it has built in BT. That's cool. is this proprietary or do other brands make these?
Aftershokz is the main and most popular brand. It appears this brand copied them and integrated into a helmet. Based on the large number of fake reviews, it seems they didn't integrate them very well.
https://www.amazon.com/AfterShokz...B018XNGQOE
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Pass. First few reviews are fake to raise their listing. I hate when sellers pay for fake reviews.
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For $99 they could have added some red hazard light in the back.
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Never heard of this brand before. $100 seems way to expensive for a no name brand.

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just realised it has built in BT. That's cool. is this proprietary or do other brands make these?
I believe it work just like the Aftershokz headset. This comes with better noise cancellation. I am going to give it a try.
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I believe it work just like the Aftershokz headset. This comes with better noise cancellation. I am going to give it a try.
In most cases noise cancellation isn't a good thing in these. I have aftershockz entirely so that I can hear podcasts (and hear other bikes or cars too).
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Never heard of this brand before. $100 seems way to expensive for a no name brand.
It was a Kickstarter project.

https://www.kickstarter.com/proje...tune-in-to
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I've been using it for over a year. It is awesome to be able to talk to others while riding together.

The bone conduction audio doesn't seem to be very effective. People around you can hear it. I use it mainly like a headphones. It has BT and the big part for me is that the microphone is located inside the helmet so wind won't interfere as much.

LYNX is there v1 which the one on sale here, the OMNI v2 which has improved ventilation holes and some added backlights.
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