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    Cardo Systems
    Scala Rider G9 Half Helmet Kit
    $69.95
    $55.96
    You save $13.99 (20%)
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    Cardo Systems Scala Rider G9 Half Helmet Kit Designed especially for half helmets Detachable speaker set MP3 jack (cable provided) Attaches via spring clamp Optional ear curtains included Kit uses G9...
    Cardo Systems
    Scala Rider G9 Half Helmet Kit
    $69.95
    $55.96
    You save $13.99 (20%)
    (2)
    Cardo Systems Scala Rider G9 Half Helmet Kit Designed especially for half helmets Detachable speaker set MP3 jack (cable provided) Attaches via spring clamp Optional ear curtains included Kit uses G9...
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    Nolan
    N-Com Bluetooth BT3
    $269.95
    $242.99
    You save $26.96 (10%)
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    Nolan N-Com Bluetooth BT3Telephone via Bluetooth with following functions: answer, hang up, voice commands, redial last number (for telephones that allow it), intercom/phone automatic management Bike-...

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    Motorcycle Communicators

    With engines roaring and wind ripping, it can be hard to hear yourself think on a ride, let alone try to communicate with fellow riders or passengers without some kind of motorcycle communication system. With the addition of motorcycle communications to your riding gear, you can finally chat without having to take a pit stop. Motorcycle communicators come in many different configurations to suit your needs. From basic walkie-talkie style functionality to the high-tech convenience of wireless Bluetooth units that can connect with your music player, phone and GPS, the world of motorcycle communication is varied and evolving. Motorcycle Superstore offers motorcycle communicators for street bike, cruiser, and snowmobile applications from the leaders in the motorcycle communication industry: ChatterBox, Motocomm, Cardo Systems, Midland and Nady Systems among others. Many motorcycle communicators can interface with your helmet in order to become fully integrated into your regular riding gear while others can be adapted to be used only when needed. Never again will you find yourself playing rolling charades to try to pass a message to your riding posse when you add a motorcycle communication system to your riding regalia.

    Latest Reviews

    CJ (Denver)

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    Excellent

    There are many 'sponge screens' on the market but these are more dense- give better resistance to wind noise and also had various sizes.

    Jake (Woodland Hills)

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    Recommend

    Horrible

    It is just an overall terrible product. It always cuts in and out when trying to listen to music or speak to somebody, they can NEVER HEAR me and that's even with shouting at the top of my lungs. The speakers are terrible as well so you'll need to soldier new speakers to it if you want to hear anything, and there's too many buttons just complicating it even more.

    Alex (Bronx)

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    Recommend

    Great option flexibility

    This item should have came with the main unit. Although the speakers are ok, I prefer ear buds. This product gives me the option to use any head phone.

    Ntasha (Derby)

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    Recommend

    HBC200

    The installation of this little head set was amazingly quick, within 10 minutes of taking it out of the box I installed and linked to my phone. I do find the fit isn't brilliant I quite often get my ears folded/caught when putting my helmet on. Listening to satellite navigation is great and don't have to worry to much about seeing the screen, however the music quality isn't brilliant, but this could just be the recording quality. I find it all very tinny and lose the voice track at high speeds.

    Mark (Lampman )

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    Recommend

    terrible speakers

    I really liked the idea of the unit fitting perfectly in the helmet, which it does. There are problems however. The speakers do not line up properly with my ears. On the highway listening to music is just annoying- all treble and not loud enough. The speakers are low quality to begin with. Add to that the fact that they can't be moved to the perfect spot for your ears, and you'll regret this purchase. They need to have better speakers and make the placement adjustable.

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