Basically it’s a Sena 10 series intercom with a BMW badge and probably a “BMW price”!
We asked BMW Motorrad Australia how much they cost and when they would be available. We are still awaiting a reply, but the standard Sena 10S costs about $250.
BMW has slapped its blue roundel logo on previous collaborations including Navigator GPS units which are Garmin Zumos and BMW 2-in-1 gloves which are Held Air-n-Dry gloves.
The Sena 10S is the simple, bargain version which is easy to operate and very reliable.
BMW Motorrad also has a Bike-to-Bike communication module that extends the basic Fit-for-All intercom from two-person communication to up to six riders and range to 300m.
That means that when used in a group the front rider can still communicate wth the rear rider up to 2km in “optimum conditions”.
Riders can choose between a private and the six-member public mode using a free app.
The UV-resistant and weatherproof communication system uses only three buttons to handle most functions.
It has eight hours of battery life and can also receive and make phone calls, provide GPS spoken directions and play music from a Bluetooth device.