|Manufacturer Part Number||770750|
Bilt Techno 2.0 Bluetooth Helmet (M, Matte Black)
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- 8 hour talk time with 7 day stand-by time
- Universal intercom protocol works across all brands
- Smartphone music sharing through the Bluetooth stereo headset
- Hands free mobile phone communication
- Intercom-rider to rider, 400m rider passenger
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“Techno” doesn’t even begin to cover the plethora of user-friendly, easily-accessible features built right into the Bilt Techno 2.0 Helmet. Coming out of the box complete with an ingeniously integrated Sena DWO-5 Universal Bluetooth 3.0 communicator and intuitive shield change and internal sun visor mechanisms, the Bilt Techno 2.0 Helmet is the whole package and then some. At a price lower than the cost of many comparable Bluetooth headsets alone, the Bilt Techno 2.0 Helmet is an aerodynamic, lightweight and comfortable helmet packed to the gills with all the extra accessories the modern motorcyclist may want to add, presenting an absolutely untouchable value to riders from all corners of the two-wheeled universe.
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Be warned that this helmet runs a little on the small side. I would recommend getting one size bigger than you are used to. There also seems to be a pretty significant amount of wind noise while riding, especially on the left side where the bluetooth control buttons are. The speakers are loud enough to overcome it, but I was slightly disappointed since the wind noise is louder than my much cheaper helmet.
Overall this is a fantastic helmet for the price. I also ordered the Torc T14B when I saw this helmet was sold out since it was around the same price point, and I had to return it immediately. All of the extra plastic bits were barely hanging on to the helmet and would have flown off if I had taken it on a ride. I couldn't even get the bluetooth to turn on even after fully charging it and trying everything the manual told me to do. I sent it back and decided to wait until one of the Techno 2.0's became available again and I'm really glad I did.
Looks: It's a clean look with the vents and Sena bluetooth controls nicely recessed into the helmet. The shell is quality and scratch resistant, despite my abuse.
Sound: I have several helmets and this one is surprisingly quiet for the price. I have an icon helmet that is a little better, but 2 times the cost.
Fogging: The fogging resistance is average. I found a good antifog spray works well.
Comfort: The size chart is close. I'd say that the helmets run a little small so when sizing add a few centimeters to your measurement.
Visor: Easy to change and the build-in sun visor is easy to use. Very useful on the morning and evening commutes.
Sena Bluetooth: The speakers are well recessed and I can hear them clearly, even at highway speeds. The microphone is adjustable for optimal reception. Others tell me that the noise cancellation is excellent, even at 70 mph. My Sean S10 and S20 units transmit further. I start to hear static at about 200 yards distance.
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