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LaZer Link Bluetooth Kit

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


  • Easy installation 
  • 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
  • Call reject


  • 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+)

Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
LaZer Link Bluetooth Kit 889623 ALZ500502 Out of Stock


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LaZer Link Bluetooth Kit 2.5 5 24 24
Replaced the Drivers - Sound is now GREAT and very LOUD After purchasing my Monaco/Carbon, I thought I would try the LazerLink. While the reviews tend to be negative, I decided to proceed and purchase it since the cost of 49.00 is low. Like my other BT device (Cardo) , the OEM drivers/speakers tend to be o extremely low quality. I have replaced the drivers with a low cost JVC HAS160A The sound is excellent and there is no need for leaving the volume all the way on the mobile unit. An amazing difference. Don't understand as to why they would not provide a higher quality set of drivers as it would enable them to demand the original retail price. Truly like the way it integrates with the helmet. Only reason I do not give it a full 5 star is the inability to switch audio tracks. To conclude, for the price, you cannot go wrong. May 24, 2015
Could be better... but it works After receiving my Lazer helmet it took me around half an hour to install the kit on it. However, charger did not work so I had to charge it with my PS3 controller charger (this meant leaving it on all night long). After some testing inside I decided to go on a 1 hour trip, sound changed drastically, I could no longer hear Siri but music was OK at almost all volume on my iPhone. Then I accidentally called Mom when I pressed the only botton it has, our communication was good, even though she didn't know what I was talking about when I said "my helmet decided to call you". Microphone fit was not good, every time I opened my modular helmet it moved around and when I closed it the microphone remained below the chin guard, so I had to put it back in place again (not very safe in a twisty road with traffic). After all the experience, for 40 bucks I think its a good option, if what you need is a way to receive calls and have some music while riding. May 11, 2015
Not too Bad Finally got to use it over this past weekend and I must say its not as bad as some make it seem. I mostly bought it for music and phone call purposes. Now listening to music its not theater quality but you can hear and understand the music at 70 mph without a problem. With phone calls, my wife understood me well (sounded like I was talking in a barrel) and I could hear her clearly. Only issues I had I was wearing gloves and finding the button was a problem to push and I couldn't hear Siri (well but maybe that's a certain setting on my phone). All and all I would purchase it again!! March 9, 2015
OK for standard phone calls. This item is pretty much what all the other reviews claim. It is ok as a phone bluetooth but that is about it. At the discounted 49.00 dollar price it is a decent deal for the money but a far cry from being usable as a stereo headset, if that is what you are hoping for. There is no real volume control so hearing anything at higher speeds will be a challenge. The speakers fit into the helmet nice with the pre wired leads but the mic is a little cumbersome. if it was velcroed into place with a smaller condenser mic head it would be a lot more functional. As it stands it is OK for the money but I can see why it was put on clearance. So if you have a Lazer Helmet and you just want to know if your phone is ringing so you can pull over to take a call this will serve its purpose. February 23, 2015
First negative review I've given I'll be systematic with why I don't like this product, and begin with the install. 1. While installing into a Lazer Monaco, following the (pathetic# install video on Lazer's website, pushing the charging button through cracked the pre-fabricated hole in the helmet. The Lazer Bluetooth cracked the lazer helmet because of incorrect diameters. If these were cheap I'd be forgiving, but they are not. 2. Charging--I had the same problem as many others, the provided charger did not charge the unit. The light comes on, it looks like it's working, but it is not. This garners a heartfelt WTF. 3. Day two, helmet with cracked trim is charged and ready to go-- Me: "play music" Lazer: "calling ex-wife" Me: "cancel" Lazer: "SMS message--cancer" #I am a native English speaker, before anyone makes that leap) EX: "hello? What's going on? All I can hear is wind" And that sums it up for the controls, they don't work, and the mic pickup is ineffective even at low speed. The manual says "The Lazer Link device comes programmed with a volume level that allows perfect listening up to 120 km/h." what it leaves out is "if you ride a Brammo in a vacuum." For whatever reason, the normally perfect function of my phone, which shuts off the music for the issuance of GPS directions, is overridden by the Lazer link, so directions play over the music, and for a brief period both are indistinguishable. Lastly, and somewhat unanticipated, once you remove the earpad that fills the space for the speakers, the Monaco goes from a surprisingly quite modular, to all the racket of wearing a skull cap riding 1944 knucklehead. Hate to be so negative, but don't waste your money. even at 1/2 off. February 9, 2015
Good fit but could have better performance The LaZer Link Bluetooth Kit is an easy to install intercomunicator system, but i bought 2 of them and both chargers DO NOT CHARGE THE HELMET, but it is not an issue to worry about because is a mini usb cable which you can buy for 5 dollars or if you have an old camera you may use its charge cable. I like it any way because it has a perfect fit in to the helmet and perfom quite well but it can have far more sound quality for sure, even if it perform good at 75mph (120Kmh) It has long batery duration and is easy to use. Only the time will say how good quality is it !! January 26, 2015
Must read if no power to your unit! I purchased this item even after all the bad reviews because I figured for the sale price I could make it work. Well the first unit arrived and after I installed it I had no power at all even when I plugged in the charger there was no light to indicate it was charging and I left it plugged in overnight just to see what would happen and still no power. I contacted Revzilla which was very helpful and allowed me to exchange for another. So after waiting for it to arrive in the mail I installed it and yet again NO POWER! So now I'm starting to wonder if my helmet was bad as it seems odd for two units to not work. After contacting the manufacturer they recommended I try another charger. After using my personal charger I use for another device I got power. So if your unit has no power TRY ANOTHER CHARGER. After using the unit I'm actually surprised because I think its louder than my Scala Rider Bluetooth unit. I wish it had a pause button but now that I got it to work I love the unit and the fact that it is concealed and practically invisible. December 13, 2014
the product is easy to install and good sound quality I'm very happy because now I can be online, safely November 17, 2014
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LaZer Link Bluetooth Kit
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Gilbert J: I wanted a bluetooth headset for my monaco carbon helmet. I find the speakers volume to be sub par to say the least and now have considerable more wind noise to deal with as well. a touring shield may remedy this problem.
Unfortunately at this time Revzilla does not offer aftermarket sheilds for my 2014 Honda VFR 800 DLX
Feb 16, 2015
Carlo Ed L: compatibility with the monaco Jan 31, 2015
Nicholas M: Because it was designed specifically for my helmet and its on sale. Dec 14, 2014
Herbert P: locate the dealer web page LAZER Oct 29, 2014
Delfin C: Its factory fit to the helmet and I only use the phone and a nano Ipod. Jun 2, 2014
Kevin B: Not sure..I should have listened to the other riders/reviews. This is Not a good product; but I wanted to pair with my Laser Monaco helmet, which I love by the way. May 3, 2014
Travis T: My Monaco carbon was pre-wired... Don't bother with this kit. Short on features, low volume, not happy with it. Ripped out the helmet wiring and put in a Sena SMH10R. Apr 26, 2014
Robin B: Microphone wire and slot poorly designed. Mic interferes with helmet and slot tears wire covering. I plan to v
Call lazer for a replacement
Jan 30, 2014
Hayden C H: very affordable saved 50% over Shubert Jan 11, 2014
Norman B: It worked, but was not loud enough. Installation was easy. Jan 7, 2014
A s: Rider passenger communication Nov 19, 2013
Tom Y: Integrated system, but I returned and bought the SMH10R. Lazer link has no control functions for your smartphone. Aug 8, 2013
Laurie B asked: Description says "audio communication up to a distance of approximately 30 feet". Is that right--only 30 feet?!

I hope that I'm misunderstanding what this 30ft distance is as otherwise the intercom will work with a pillion but not bike to bike. Would you please confirm the expected intercom communication range?

Sep 30, 2013
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Robert M: Laurie,

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
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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
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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
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Gerald L: Hi I bought it for a friend and he has not use it. Thanks. Sep 30, 2013
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RANDY P asked: Is Laser releasing a newer version anytime soon ? Maybe with 3.0 / 4.0 blutooth ? Dec 21, 2014
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gregory k: Works but really tinny. - no lows what so ever. Since, it fits, it ok, but thinking about taking a better pair of speakers and replacing them. Installing the mic is tricky (have to run the wire around the foam, and the boom has to be inserted about the middle (still have to be careful - it does fall out ever so often. Feb 13, 2015
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Norman B: I do not know if there will be newer version. Dec 21, 2014
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Delfin C: Easy to operate and good communication.
Dec 22, 2014
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Michael R asked: how do you link it to your phone with the lazer bluetooth. it will not pair t my iphone. it flashish blue tgwo times?????? Dec 7, 2014
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Ivan K: To be able to use the Lazer Link you have to
associate it with the Bluetooth® device you want to
connect it to (Mobile, GPS, etc). To do this, when
the Lazer Link is switched OFF, PRESS and KEEP the
control button (A) pressed until the LED (A1) starts
to flash alternately in Red and Blue. When looking
for Bluetooth® devices in the mobile or navigator,
you should find the device called “Lazer Link”.
Select the “Lazer Link” device and if requested enter
the 0000 access code.
Dec 8, 2014
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Ron T: Open the bluetooth control panel on your phone, then, you hold down button on your helmet until the light alternates quickly, the phone will ask to 'Pair'. Wait, it may take a few moments.
After that set up, by activating button on the helmet and with the bluetooth active on phone, it will beep once to indicate the both are successfully paired.

Note: if you hold button too long, a red light will flash indicating it's off.

Hope this will help.
Dec 10, 2014
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Tom Y: Sorry I don't remember, I was able to pair w/ iPhone 4. I returned it coz I could not intercom w passenger Dec 10, 2014
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Ricardo T asked: Is for communication helmet by helmet in the same motorcycle or not ? Jul 7, 2014
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Nigel H: Hi,

This is able to communicate helmet to helmet over a distance of 500-600 mtrs, all depends on environment. BUT, i would say that they are not the best. I had and used for 3 or 4 months, in the end i changed to a set of SENA due to poor quality of wiring, sound and battery life....plus the one button principal for controlling everything is a bit poor.

I have a SENA attached to my Monaco so do not worry about if it will fit or not.

Honestly i purchased the helmet due to this as an option and in the end i was rather disappointed, still a great helmet, but let down by the accessories.
Jul 8, 2014
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Richard H: It work beterrnt he driver and passenger. Haven't tried it between motorcycles. Jul 7, 2014
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Sherard M: Yes Jul 10, 2014
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A S asked: Reviews for this are not that great any idea if they are working on any improvements? Oct 29, 2013
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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.

Claude Vachon
Oct 31, 2013
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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
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Richard P: I have been searching the lazer web site in hopes for an answer to this question. I have found nothing so far. Oct 29, 2013
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Richard D asked: How do you adjust the volume on this system? It claims "Adjustable sound levels with 3 preset levels (good for speeds up to 55mph)", but the only instructions I see are for adjusting intercom volume. The manual recommends setting the volume level before connecting to the audio device, but I'm not having any luck changing the volume. Sep 19, 2014
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Ron T: Richard,
Sorry it took so long to respond, I didn't see this.
Answer: the volume control for music is only controllable or adjustable by the device that supplying the sound, not the Lazer Link device. You are correct you can adjust the device to a limited degree as a preset, but not the music volume because the Bluetooth is controlling that feed. This has been my experience.
I think they have established a volume limiter due to the safety reasons, like the ability to hear emergency vehicles.
Just a quess.

Helmet Guy
Sep 25, 2014
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Ines P: The three levels are only just for intercom.
You only can adjust level on the device (mobile phone) that will be the level.
Sep 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi,
how much is it to shipping in Italy, please?
Also about two pieces?
I just attend your reply and thaks.
May 20, 2014
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Hesham M: Hi Floriano,

It will cost you about 40 USD, but please bear in your mind that minimum order for shipping outside USA is USD 300.00

May 21, 2014
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Todd S: Shipping is Free! May 22, 2014
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A S asked: Hey someone can tell me a waterproof motorcycle GPS name what works with this product? Becouse mine not compatible with it and i wanna test on another GPS device. Mar 31, 2014
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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
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David R: It works on my Garmin Zumo 660. Apr 1, 2014
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