Sena SPH10 Half Helmet Bluetooth Communicator


Bluetooth® communication system for motorcycle half-helmets. The Sena SPH10H is a Bluetooth® Headset and Intercom designed for half helmets. By simply attaching the SPH10H to your half helmet, you can call hands-free on your Bluetooth® mobile phone and listen to stereo music by Bluetooth® wirelessly, and have intercom conversations in full duplex with other users.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Standby time 6 days
  • Working distance up to 760 yards in open terrain
  • Charging time 2.5 hours
  • 7 hours of talk time


Sena SPH10 Half Helmet Bluetooth Communicator

$ 199.00
Sena SPH10 Half Helmet Bluetooth Communicator Sena SPH10 Half Helmet Bluetooth Communicator
Sena SPH10 Half Helmet Bluetooth Communicator Sena SPH10 Half Helmet Bluetooth Communicator

Sena SPH10 Half Helmet Bluetooth Communicator

$ 199.00
$ 199.00


Bluetooth® communication system for motorcycle half-helmets. The Sena SPH10H is a Bluetooth® Headset and Intercom designed for half helmets. By simply attaching the SPH10H to your half helmet, you can call hands-free on your Bluetooth® mobile phone and listen to stereo music by Bluetooth® wirelessly, and have intercom conversations in full duplex with other users.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Standby time 6 days
  • Working distance up to 760 yards in open terrain
  • Charging time 2.5 hours
  • 7 hours of talk time

Customer Reviews

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George Lamm (High Point, US)

This product works as advertised

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George Lamm (Winston-Salem, US)
Sena half helment bluethooth

Used it several times . Great for slow riding as everything is clear . When getting up 60 mph and over people on the phone say they hear a lot of wind noise but I can hear them fine

Customer Reviews

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George Lamm (High Point, US)

This product works as advertised

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George Lamm (Winston-Salem, US)
Sena half helment bluethooth

Used it several times . Great for slow riding as everything is clear . When getting up 60 mph and over people on the phone say they hear a lot of wind noise but I can hear them fine