Sena Momentum Lite Bluetooth helmet

Sena Momentum Lite Bluetooth helmet review

Bluetooth company Sena has moved into the helmet business with the release of its Momentum full-face helmet range with integrated Bluetooth intercom units. The Momentum with integrated 20S technology costs $A599 and the Momentum Lite with 10Series tech costs $A529. Click here to find out where to buy. The first-generation Momentum INC, Momentum Pro and …

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Digilens and Sena develop cheaper HUD helmet head-up display - HUDWAY Sight

Sena set for cheaper head-up display helmet

Head-up display (HUD) in helmets has been delayed by controversy and expense, but now a cheaper HUD helmet is promised to hit the market soon. American augmented reality company DigiLens, which has made HUD units for cars, planes and glasses, claimed to have designed a lighter, thinner and cheaper screen called monoHUD. The company has …

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Livemap smart helmet

Smart helmet revolution coming

The smart helmet revolution is coming with several hi-tech helmets or add-on units hitting the market in the next few years, changing riding forever.  A Russian-developed head-up display helmet has recently developed a new prototype and started taking orders for their helmet due on the market in 2018. The LiveMap HUD helmet will offer GPS/communications integration, voice-activated …

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Sena Cavalry motorcycle half helmet with bluetooth unit

Sena releases Cavalry half motorcycle helmet

Bluetooth experts have produced a Cavalry half helmet with built-in communicator mainly for the American cruiser market. There is no word on its availability yet in Australia through Sena distributors Earmold. Earmold owner Aaron Dalle-Molle says the Cavalry is available for sale in the US at $349. “So I’d be betting on late October before …

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Sena updates 20S with 30K unit

The next-generation Sena 30K Bluetooth system will have improved networking so the connection isn’t lost when a rider leaves a group. The 30K will arrive in mid-2017, according to Earmold Australia, and is based on the popular 20S unit. It also uses the same mount so you can swap them over. Sena calls the new …

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Sena Freewire frees wires for tourers

Sena Freewire frees wires for tourers

Bluetooth company Sena has introduced the Freewire which gets rid of any wires for CB, music or phone on the big Harley-Davidson tourers and Honda Goldwing with infotainment systems. The Harley and Goldwing Freewire units are now available through Earmold at $349 including the cable. Earmold owner Aaron Dalle-Molle says it’s a simple set-up. “You plug …

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Sena SMH10 Bluetooth kit for iPhone

Time to update my Sena Bluetooth intercom

After about 10 years of faithful service and being absolutely flogged constantly, my dependable Sena SMH10 Bluetooth intercom has finally given up the ghost. Pretty good value and wear for an item that’s been frequently switched from helmet to helmet, and worn in rain, hail and even snow! However, it’s now time to update. I’ve …

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Touratech Aventuro Mod Compañero flip-up adventure helmet

European helmets approved nationwide

Australians will soon be able ride nationwide with a European-standard helmet after Western Australia yesterday became the final state to approve UNECE 22.05 helmets. South Australia announced Euro helmet approval last month, effective from May. The pressure is now on SA to recognise the approval of helmets UNECE helmets worn by interstate riders particularly given the state has previously demanded other …

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Touratech Aventuro Mod Compañero flip-up adventure helmet

European helmets for sale by May

It will be at least May before Australian riders are able to buy European-standard helmets from stores after the South Australian Government announced they will approve UNECE 22.05 helmets. While Western Australia is the only other state at the moment that doesn’t allow Euro helmets, they are expected to gazette approval as early as this week. SA …

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Sena Smart Helmet

European helmets for sale soon

Riders should soon be able to buy European-standard helmets in stores when approval to wear the UNECE 22.05 helmets spreads right across the country as soon as next month. Tasmania today (February 25, 2016), has gazetted the use of the helmets, joining all other states and territories with Western Australia expected to follow next week, leaving …

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