|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||7.4 x 4.41 x 3.07 inches|
|Item model number||13|
|Batteries||2 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||Asad|
Motorcycle Helmet Intercom, Fodsports BT-S3 Type-C Port 1000m Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset Intercom Wireless Interphone to 2-3 Riders (Waterproof/Handsfree/Stereo Music/FM/GPS/MP3/2 Pack Soft Mic)
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- 【Progressive Noise Control Technology】The motorcycle helmet intercom with DSP echo cancellation and noise suppression technology, crystal clear voice quality is guaranteed in a high speed.
- 【High Performance Intercom for Riders】 Motorcycle headsets for Bluetooth is enable cell phone at a range of up to 10 meters, Bike-to-bike Intercom for rider& passenger or two separate bikes up to 800-1000 meters.
- 【Powerful and Convenient Functions】 The bluetooth headphones for motorcycle helmet keeps you connected to your phone, play music and connected with Bluetooth GPS system easily and stably, and the Button panel is water-proof and sun-proof, while the design is durable.
- 【Easy Hands-free Communications】 Motorcycle communication systems receiving a cell phone call automatically, support audio transfer and the last number redialing, you can also listen to the stereo music, FM radio or use GPS, it can protect your safety while driving.
- 【Super Usage Time】 The bluetooth motorcycle communication up to 10 hours talk time when connected to cell phone or 6 hours using the intercom feature, Up to 300 hours standby.
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Fodsports- designed for the motorcycle rider and passenger
The Inter Phone is a Bluetooth Headset designed for the motorcycle rider and passenger who wish to have clear and reliable wireless communications while riding. This headset is compatible with Bluetooth cellular phones and can be suited to any sort of helmet for motorcyclists.
1. It is able to meet the demands of riders in any kinds of activities, including biking, skiing, climbing and hiking.
2. Waterproof design means you needn't to worry about the weather.
3. Call on, call answer, call reject, call hang up.
4. Noise suppression technology can provide best sound quality for both incoming and outgoing sound.
5. Enjoy the cell phone music through A2DP or connect GPS.
Soft mic or hard mic
The soft microphone is suitable for Full face helmet, the hard microphone is suitable for open face helmet.
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Super Battery Life
Battery Type: Rechargeable Lithium Polymer 500mAh
Charging Time: 3hours
Handsfree to call/listen to phone/music.
Make your riding more convenient.
Unique oversized button design and comfortable touch.
Even if you wear gloves, you can easily manipulate it.
Waterproof design makes you don't worry about rain weather.
|Fodsports BT-S3 1000m 3 riders connected 2 riders can intercom||Fodsports M1-S Pro 2000m 8 riders group intercom||Fodsports V6 Plus 1200m 6 riders connected 2 riders can intercom|
|Intercom Toggling||2 riders||8 riders||One person is the center, and any one of the other five can talk to that person.|
|Apple Siri and Samsung S Voice control systems||✓||✓||✓|
|Waterproof design for all weather use||✓||✓||✓|
|Compatible with some other brand Bluetooth intercom unit||NO||✓||✓|
|Intercom to Phone||✓||✓||✓|
|Hollow lighting design||NO||✓||NO|
|FM storage function||NO||NO||✓|
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a) didn't try to make a phone call while driving
b) didn't use it as a rider2rider intercom since I only own this one unit
c) didn't max out the battery because I didn't want the battery to die on me while riding.
Other than that I did make a phone call while standing in the garage and that worked great, and I so far had a successful 4h of listening to Podcasts before recharging the battery (was not empty at that point).
Installation was quick and easy on my Bell Qualifier helmet. I had to use the sticky Velcro pad because the supplied clamp is not holding on to the helmet but just slipping down.
To pair the unit for the first time, hold the power button until the light blinks alternating in red and blue.
The 4 controls are
1) On/Off (press for about 5 seconds)
2) Accept phone call/Hang up or Pause Playback/Restart Playback
3) + for Next Track or Volume Up (hold for 2 seconds or more)
4) - for Previous Track or Volume Down (hold for 2 seconds or more)
Sound quality is poor for listening to music, ok to good for hearing voices e.g. phone calls/intercom or Podcasts or Audio Books. It is super high pitched with no bass at all. This is probably by design (optimized for voices), so not complaining, just pointing it out in case you plan to use it for music. In that case look elsewhere.
It is loud and even in my cheap-ish Bell Qualifier helmet that has a lot of noise I can somewhat listen to Podcasts up to 75-80 mph, depending on the surroundings and the Podcast. High pitched voices are easy to understand, sound wise everything in the mid- to low range gets lost at that speed. Around 60 mph or less no problem at all. I guess if you use a better insulated helmet than I do, your results at highway speeds might be better.
At full volume level (which is necessary at highway speeds) the right speaker/ear translates some sounds into terrible vibrations.
The charging cable goes into the same port as the speaker/microphone cable, which is not ideal because you have to remove the cable every time you want to charge the unit. There is no charger coming with the product but I guess at this point most of us have plenty of USB chargers flying around.
Far worse is, that the port/plug could have easily been a Micro USB port but this Chinese Company chose to use their own design (or whatever kind of port/plug this is). So don't lose the cable and if you forget to take it with you there is no recharging at your friend's house of wherever. This could have been designed better, no reason to not use a Micro USB port.
Overall I would say go for it if that product fits your budget.
The sound quality from music is way better than I expected. Its at least as good as standard Apple wired ear buds. Perhaps just being inside the helmet makes it richer. I’m not sure, but unless you are a audio snob, you will be quite pleased.
Incoming calls are easy to recognize, even at highway speeds and dual sport knobby tires. The caller can hear you great at any speed, but it can be difficult to hear them over the tire noise (Track Master IIs) above 50 mph. No problem at any speed on dirt or gravel so I can presume street tires will work at any speed on the pavement. My brother bought the same model and I have been able to hear what the units sound like from both perspectives. Hardly any back-ground noise on calls. As a Bluetooth head set, it works as good or better than any standard one I have tried.
The radio function is a nice feature that I dint realize I would appreciate so much. It woks really well.
The range is pretty good. In general, if you are close enough to see, you hear the other person. I didn’t measure it however; the distance must be in the ¼ mile range. It will lose connection in the mountains if you are a separated by several hundred meters and the road turns back hard around the mountain. Basically, there is a mountain blocking the signal. Even then, unless there is some distance between the riders it will still work around the curves. I was really surprised to learn how useful it is when stopped. Way easier the yelling through a visor or over the idle of bikes. We have gotten about 8 hours of talk time when left connected. I can't ride much more than that anyway. I will experiment with the standby mode to see how long it will last by switching to standby instead of staying connected 100% of the time. It should go for days and give me more private singing time.
The fit and finish is goo for the price. The buttons are easy to press, even with riding gloves. The silver a black color blends in well with most helmets.
Installing the speakers and mic was straightforward. It took maybe 15 minutes. The included adhesive tape made everything smooth. Mine has been install for over a month with no signs of coming loose.
These are units are a great value. They work better than expected. I was hesitant about spending hundreds on the name brands as the new technology should be out soon. I am glad I bought the BT-S3 instead!