Bluetooth helmet

sjsingh

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Dears wanted your view on LS2 bluetooth helmet, is it worth that cost, or I can go for any other cheaper option? And whether LS2 is certified for india ?

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IJS

The Ghost Who Walks
I would say buy any good and certified helmet and invest in a good Bluetooth. That way you can reuse the Bluetooth when you change the helmet.
For Bluetooth helmet, Smk also launched a Bluetooth helmet for around 8k and as other smk helmets it comes with pinlock anti fog insert. And is ece certified.
For LS2 i have no idea as i find it difficult to tell fake and real.

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sjsingh

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I would say buy any good and certified helmet and invest in a good Bluetooth. That way you can reuse the Bluetooth when you change the helmet.
For Bluetooth helmet, Smk also launched a Bluetooth helmet for around 8k and as other smk helmets it comes with pinlock anti fog insert. And is ece certified.
For LS2 i have no idea as i find it difficult to tell fake and real.

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Thank you

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VinMacD

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IMO Bluetooth should be removable and fixable on another helmet if needed. I use Scala and it has served me well. Sena is also a good option. Not sure if they fit your budget but from investment point of view both these brands make sense.
 

bondhutto

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There are cheaper bluetooth versions as well. I have a Studds Ninja 3G double visor helmet which cost me some 2600 bucks in 2014 - still in use. I fitted a bluetooth from a Karol Bagh shop, it's quite awesome, super clear sound, and awesome battery backup. Once fully charged, it goes on for 4 days full, without recharge.

I have the box still kept with me, will share the pic once I reach home today.
 

IJS

The Ghost Who Walks
There are cheaper bluetooth versions as well. I have a Studds Ninja 3G double visor helmet which cost me some 2600 bucks in 2014 - still in use. I fitted a bluetooth from a Karol Bagh shop, it's quite awesome, super clear sound, and awesome battery backup. Once fully charged, it goes on for 4 days full, without recharge.

I have the box still kept with me, will share the pic once I reach home today.
Cheaper then this.


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adsatinder

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There are cheaper bluetooth versions as well. I have a Studds Ninja 3G double visor helmet which cost me some 2600 bucks in 2014 - still in use. I fitted a bluetooth from a Karol Bagh shop, it's quite awesome, super clear sound, and awesome battery backup. Once fully charged, it goes on for 4 days full, without recharge.

I have the box still kept with me, will share the pic once I reach home today.
Waiting for your review of Bluetooth device !
 
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bondhutto

Travel Dreamer
Well, got a cheap bargain from gearbest.com - I bought a BT-S2 bluetooth for Rs 1800. Last Saturday I bought an SMK Glide helmet and fitted the bluetooth there. It is awesome. Super clear sound.

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