Bluetooth Stereo Headset And Intercom For Motorcycle Half Helmets

Sena Technologies, Inc., a Bluetooth innovator in the motorcycle and outdoor activities market, just announced the release of its Bluetooth Stereo Headset and Intercom designed especially for half helmets, the SPH10H. The unique ear flap design of the SPH10H yields a wide range of usage with half-helmets for motorcyclists or for other outdoor activities.

The SPH10H features the latest Bluetooth 3.0 technology and allows riders to wirelessly make mobile calls, listen to stereo or mp3 player music or audio instruction of GPS navigation. Riders can also effortlessly hold conversations with other motorcyclists or passengers via the SPH10H’s four-way Bluetooth intercom system.

The Sena SPH10H’s durable, sweat and water resistant design provides a stable and secure fit so motorcycle and scooter riders do not have to worry about the unit or its microphone slipping. The SPH10H features a unique ear pad design for easy installation and is also compatible with “shorty” helmets. The SPH10H provides Bluetooth Intercom up to 500 meters (5400 yards/0.30 miles) in open terrain. As technology upgrades for the SPH10H are developed and become available, users may download and install the latest firmware at no charge.

“Ever since we developed our first and flagship Sena Bluetooth headset and intercom, the SMH10, we knew we wanted to design a system that would fit flawlessly into half helmets,” said Tae Kim, President and CEO of Sena Technologies, Inc. “We’re very pleased with the new SPH10H because it encompasses the entire system into one unit at an affordable price. With other companies’ systems, one must first purchase a Bluetooth headset-intercom unit, then purchase a half helmet adaptor kit.”

The SPH10H is $219 and is available at Sena Blue Tooth or through Sena’s network of retailers in the United States and Canada.

3 Responses to “Bluetooth Stereo Headset And Intercom For Motorcycle Half Helmets”

  1. 1 Troll Sep 11th, 2012 at 2:01 pm


  2. 2 Scott Sep 12th, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    I have the Sena SMH-5 pair and they work great. Was bought and used primarily so I could talk with my passenger without yelling back and forth. I agree that we don’t need cell phones and other distractions while riding but I did actually get a phone call while I was riding in the middle of nowhere and it was a doctor wanting permission to treat my son who was sick so it does have its merits. Call came through crystal clear even though I was rolling about 75 at the time.

  3. 3 izadore007 Sep 12th, 2012 at 7:11 pm

    love that Sena it is a great , modern gizmo that is a great piece of gotta have it to ride, stuff!

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