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    Senna SMH10

    I've been told by those who know that I should get a Senna SMH10. I've decided to go ahead. Looking for advice on where to buy. I've left it a bit late as my birthday's on Sunday!
    Any help gratefully received.
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    I got my Sena 20S from Moore Speed Racing. they were very helpful when one failed after 18 months, and generally have been good for me.

    whilst I can't remember the specifics, I very doubt I would have bought from them if they weren't competitively priced!

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    Sportsbikeshop are excellent and will price match

    https://www.sportsbikeshop.co.uk

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    Our man on here Mr Les Wassell at Hid.com did me a cracking deal a couple of weeks ago on a pair of SMH10S

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    I got my Sena 20S from Moore Speed Racing. they were very helpful when one failed after 18 months, and generally have been good for me.

    whilst I can't remember the specifics, I very doubt I would have bought from them if they weren't competitively priced!
    looking at their website I can't see Sena anymore, so maybe not a top tip!

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    Sena 10S

    Thanks for the advice folks. Went 50/50 with a mate for a twin pack Sena 10S.
    None of my old units have Bluetooth.
    Looking for a basic satnav, U.K. and Europe is all I'll need. Just really want it for voice prompts. Will something like an older Garmin 550 or similar suffice? If so anyone selling?
    Thanks again.

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    I'd go for a basic Zumo 345LM with lifetime maps for £299.

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    Do you use an iPhone if so try Scenic written specifically for bikes and being supported via an ADVRider thread I have been using it and really like it especially the ease of route planning/importing etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by EKIMYRF View Post
    Do you use an iPhone if so try Scenic written specifically for bikes and being supported via an ADVRider thread I have been using it and really like it especially the ease of route planning/importing etc..
    This looks interesting! Have downloaded to my iPad, can't seem to get it to my iPhone but will keep trying.
    Thanks for the info.

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    Go to www.motomappers.com for more info and some videos tips etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by EKIMYRF View Post
    Go to www.motomappers.com for more info and some videos tips etc
    Will do. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k80matey View Post
    Thanks for the advice folks. Went 50/50 with a mate for a twin pack Sena 10S.
    None of my old units have Bluetooth.
    Looking for a basic satnav, U.K. and Europe is all I'll need. Just really want it for voice prompts. Will something like an older Garmin 550 or similar suffice? If so anyone selling?
    Thanks again.
    I have a tom-tom go live mounted in a waterproof casing, ball mount on the rear, c/w sun visor if your interested ? prodominately used in france. PM me if you are

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