|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 7 x 2 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BNCOM52700010|
Nolan N-COM B1 Communication System - Dual - For N90/91/103 Helmet - Side Door System BNCOM52700011
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- Designed specifically for the Nolan N104/44 and N90/91/103 helmets
- Includes both the headset and the Bluetooth unit in one easy-to-install system for one or two helmets
- Optimized for one rider or a couple riding on one motorcycle, as the distance helmet-to-helmet is limited to 150 ft.
- Rider/passenger intercom via Bluetooth
- Connections via Bluetooth to mobile phones, A2DP Mp3 players and satellite navigators
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 10 x 2 in||1 x 3.73 x 1.9 in||6.7 x 10.5 x 3.8 in||1.75 x 3.5 x 1 in||8 x 10 x 3.5 in||8 x 10 x 3.5 in|
Designed specifically for the Nolan N104/44 and N90/91/103 helmets
Includes both the headset and the Bluetooth unit in one easy-to-install system for one or two helmets
Optimized for one rider or a couple riding on one motorcycle, as the distance helmet-to-helmet is limited to 150 ft.
Rider/passenger intercom via Bluetooth
Connections via Bluetooth to mobile phones, A2DP Mp3 players and satellite navigators
Conference call function and GPS conference function
Connection via cable to MP3 player with specific multimedia wire (sold separately)
PC connection via USB cable: firmware update and audio parameters adjustment
Compatible via Bluetooth with all N-Com Bluetooth communication systems
Sold each or in two-pack
Top customer reviews
There are a few limitations/problems to be aware of:
- This only supports communication with other Nolan B1s, it's only really for single-bike communication. Nolan makes another product for multi-bike communication.
- The iPhone controller app simply doesn't work and the developer is completely unresponsive, so you'll have to pore through the docs and/or experiment to get the advanced functions working
- This is an Italian company, and the English website is confusing at best, illegible gibberish at worst. While they do provide a manual, it's almost impossible to figure out, and while they do provide installation videos, they are poor quality. Took my wife and I about 45 minutes of fighting with the helmet to get everything installed, including about 30 minutes of figuring out how to take the lining apart and put it back together properly. Once done however, it's a great system that's completely self-contained (no batteries or other stuff attached to the outside of the helmet).
- I haven't bought my wife a helmet yet, so haven't fully tested the intercom functionality. For single-helmet use, the phone/music/gps/sir functionality works great. However, you should note that you can't use the helmet-to-helmet intercom *and* phone/music/gps/siri at the same time - the second helmet requires a bluetooth connection and the N-Com B1 can only have a single Bluetooth connection at a time, so you have to with. Not difficult, but I had hoped to have a shared connection for all functions. There may be another N-Com product that does this, but I can't decipher the docs enough to be able to say for sure. There is an "Aux In" functionality that would enable some of this functionality, but I haven't tested that yet and don't expect Siri to work (which I rely on quite a bit while riding).
- You cannot enable Siri by speaking the magic "Hey Siri" phrase. I don't like having my phone attached to my bike for a number of reasons, so I purchased a Bluetooth Remote Home Button (several available on Amazon for under $20) and use that to trigger Siri. Works well and safer than fumbling with my phone or pulling over on a busy street.
- Not a limitation of this device so much as of the iPhone, but note that while you can answer incoming calls simply by pressing a button on the side of your helmet, if your phone is in your pocket you will not know who is calling as there is no audio caller id like there is on my car.
Would I buy this product again? Maybe - I think I would try to do a demo of Nolan's other products first to see if any of them could do everything I wanted - the B1 is their lower-end model. For the price, it's a decent value if you have a Nolan helmet. If you are into group riding and want to communicate with the group, this isn't the right product.