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Thread: Helmet with built in comms?

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    The Neotec 2 does have built in comms when fitted with the SRL kit.
    It’s not sat on the outside like Packtalks etc.
    Ok,it takes 10 minutes to install but the Neotec is especially designed to take the kit and has channels/slots for everything so it’s very well done.

    I guess they could charge you £750 all in but at least you can buy the helmet and use it without the comms should you so wish.

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    Hey Santa, missed one-
    I’ve a Schuberth C4 with the built in comms module, can’t say that I’m impressed with either the lid nor the comms.
    I wouldn’t buy it again despite having Schuberths previously
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
    New Neotec 2 then get the Sena SRL kit which is designed specifically to integrate with the Neotec.
    This is exactly what I've just been and purchased from J&S in Northwich though I'll not be trying it out for a couple of weeks due to being away working until the middle of next week then when I do get home we're heading off to Spa to watch the classics.

    I'm already impressed by the way it all fits into the helmet with nothing sticking out there in the wind and rain so I'm going to pop into the bar for a couple of pints and some lunch while it charges then see if I can pair it to my phone and have a mess with it before snatching a couple of hours sleep before going to work. I hate nightshifts but the extra £100/shift pays for toys

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