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The Lazer Link is compatible with just about any other bluetooth device and comes in at a very affordable price, the LaZer Link is intended to be used with LaZer Monaco Modular Helmets (all of which come pre-wired by default).
Compatible with any audio Bluetooth transmitting devices in HSP, HFP and A2DP profiles (Mobile, GPS, MP3, MP4, or any device compatible with all of the aforementioned functions)
Can be paired with any Bluetooth audio receiver device, or to another LaZerLink, establishing audio communication up to a distance of approximately 30 feet
Receive phone calls through your mobile phone, initiate calls using your mobile phone voice recognition function or by pushing the single button to dial the last phone number dialed
Fully operated with only one control button
Single LED (red/blue) is the indicator of its functions: pairing, charging, on/off, low battery indicator
Slim stereo speakers covered by comfortable fabric
Adjustable sound levels with 3 preset levels (good for speeds up to 55mph)
Beep signal tones
Voice dial compatible (dependent on your mobile phone)
Last number redial
Talk time of up to 7 hours
Standby time 200 hours
Polymer Lithium Battery 180 Mah
Bluetooth® 2.1 HSP, HFP, EDR
Weighs approximately 55g
NOTE: This unit is best used for short-range communication (30 feet) and linking with a phone/GPS while at low speeds. This unit does not have volume to work well at highway speeds (55mph+)
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According to the LaserLink intructions, the 2 helmets should be within "10 meters" of each other. Both for pairing the helmets for intercom and for intercom communications. This is mostly because Laser uses the Bluetooth standard of 2.1 which is primarily the limiting factor. Hope this helps.Sep 30, 2013
Norman B:30 ft is the basic Bluetooth communication distance. From the instructions, it sounds like you only get communication with another person on the same bike, not bike to bike. My friend has a U-Clear that does bike to bike. It also uses a non-boom type mike, so it is easier to get the helmet on and off. Sep 30, 2013
Laurie B:Thank you, Norman and Robert! I need bike-to-bike intercom so I really appreciate your answers which saved me from making a mistake in buying this system. It does seem like a clean design for just on-the-bike stuff though.Sep 30, 2013
Claude V:Hello buyer, I bought two of these Bluetooth kits. they work well for me. Let's be realistic in our expectations for these accessories. First I believe in safety while riding my motorcycle which I refer to as the killing machine. You do not listen to music or receive calls while riding at highway speeds. You cannot because there is too much noise from the wind and the road and you need to give all your attention to the machine. At lower speeds up to 50 miles an hour, they work fine. They are light and well integrated to my Monaco carbon helmet. This helmet saved my life on July 21,2013 after being hit broadside by a car.
Tom Y:I don't know if they are, I hope they do. The unit is large enough to be a full feature BT unit. It's just a matter of making it so and making the necessary control buttons in place of the ones they have.Oct 30, 2013
A S:I have a Garmin Zumo 550. And my GPS show the lazer link as a phone not speaker, then i cant hear anything from the device. Maybe have somebody out there who has a zumo 550 and works with it? I wrote to the official lazerhelmets website and they told me some instruction if works with phone ( the lazerlinkt) then not compatible with zumo 550. And they couldnt tell me what GPS works with this product.Apr 2, 2014