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post #1 of 5 Old Sep 13th, 2007, 5:27 pm Thread Starter
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I want a wireless connection for my helmet

This post is NOT about BLUETOOTH.

I have a bluetooth cellphone and Motorola Bluetooth speaker/handsfree device which I plug into the cellphone jack. Works great!

What I now want is: Some type of dongle/item which will plug into the bike where my lower cable from my helmet now plugs, and a wireless partner for that dongle that plugs into my helmet, preferably without adding lots of pounds. I also don't want any buttons or switches on it. I just want to plug it in and use it as a substitute for the cables from my helmet to the bike.

Has anyone seen or heard of such an item? Please supply links, etc.

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I know that you said this wasn't about Bluetooth, but this is only wireless set up I've seen. Intaride Evo Liberty Wireless

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Wireless helmets

Actually, I am on their site as I type and it does have wireless without Bluetooth. It's just not available yet. I'm getting on their list to be the first (over here at least) to try it.
Thanks for your reply.

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There's this: http://www.bluebike.com/rahmen_en.htm

and this: http://www.dimton.com/

and this: http://www.benchmarkhelmets.com/prod...h-headsets_17/



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http://www.intaride.com/ridertopillion.html

Okay, that's the real deal. Looking to be available very soon.

Their email response is great.

Looks very good. Basic kit for USA is $470.00 plus another few bucks for the BMW connector to V.O.I.C.E. II comm system. Other comms supported are Starcom, Honda, HD, Autocom and their own of course.

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