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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-09-2006, 10:51 AM Thread Starter
 
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Bluetooth Headset FOR HELMETS!

Ok, I might be late on seeing this so sorry about that. But I'm sure a lot of folks haven't seen this. Owning a Bluetooth for my SLVR phone I'm very much interested in this!!!

http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...tem=BEL_118029
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-09-2006, 10:53 AM
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that's pretty cool

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Do you REALLY need to talk on the phone while riding??

Anyways, How do you like your SLVR? I've been thinking about getting that phone?


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Wolf, you have moved south and became so outdated

Bunch of us already been using a similar stuff. I, Spas, and few others have been using a Scala unit.

I am able to carry on a conversation at 80mph and person on the other end can't even tell that I am on the bike.

At 100 I can hear fine, but the wind noise disturbs my voice.

I actually have a body of mine who has one. He used it for like few times and now that he is done riding I am sure would be happy to unload his.

Great system.

p.s. how's south treating you?

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here is a linky

http://www.mobilewhack.com/reviews/s...e_helmets.html

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Do you REALLY need to talk on the phone while riding??

Anyways, How do you like your SLVR? I've been thinking about getting that phone?
Well, I won't say that I'll be chatting while riding but it does help me instead of pulling over when I need directions or something like that. I don't have to write things down just have someone guide me in. Helps cause I won't have to glance down at a map on my bag or whatever. Just little stuff like that.

And the SLV-R is sweet! Lot of kool features. Not as much I don't think as the RAZR but I really like it. The biggest thing - not a lot of people grabbed it. The RAZR's are everywhere! The bluetooth feature is beneficial for me as well because my Logitech keyboard set is Bluetooth so I don't need the cable to download and upload pics, music and the like to the phone. It found my pc and that was that! Came with a 512mb card as well. Earbuds are nice and music volume is great. I highly recommend it. Just make sure you get the leather case for it!

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Wolf, you have moved south and became so outdated

Bunch of us already been using a similar stuff. I, Spas, and few others have been using a Scala unit.

I am able to carry on a conversation at 80mph and person on the other end can't even tell that I am on the bike.

At 100 I can hear fine, but the wind noise disturbs my voice.

I actually have a body of mine who has one. He used it for like few times and now that he is done riding I am sure would be happy to unload his.

Great system.

p.s. how's south treating you?
Hey there bro! Just keep that Fazer (slow black) in good condition!

I knew there were headsets but I really wanted the Bluetooth to come through. I think it's better technology, no?

And so far the south is very kool. Everyone still friendly and this place still has the worse drivers I've ever seen. And as someone mentioned before the word "y'all" is used by everyone including upper management. It cracks me up!
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So I take it if you have a full face helmet you are out of luck?
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Hey there bro! Just keep that Fazer (slow black) in good condition!

I knew there were headsets but I really wanted the Bluetooth to come through. I think it's better technology, no?

And so far the south is very kool. Everyone still friendly and this place still has the worse drivers I've ever seen. And as someone mentioned before the word "y'all" is used by everyone including upper management. It cracks me up!
Hey, I guess it hasn't been publisized much, but a week ago I had a 15mph lowside that cracked my tibia and most likely totaled the FZ. So ,the FZ might be no more. Front tire got on some debries in the turn and washed away. Did I say it was at 15mph In any case, I now score 3 screws in my tibia and will be on the cratches for like 5 weeks.


Glad to hear that you are having a good time there and people are nice.
And this unit that I have is a bluetooth unit for the full face. I highly advise it.

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So I take it if you have a full face helmet you are out of luck?

This unit that I have is a bluetooth unit for the full face. I highly advise it.

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Damn Loki, they just get this in Texas? Its been in Chicago for years!!!

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