Nolan N-Com B1 for Nolan N103/91/90 /86/85/43E Helmets
Stopped working within a couple months
I purchased the twin pack since it seemed like a better deal. I installed one of them in my Nolan helmet and it worked fine for a few months until the charging port fell off (looked like the solder came loose). With no way to charge the device, it quickly became useless.
Thankfully, I had my second com. I installed this one and this one worked fine for a couple months, but then stopped charging as well. This one didn't come loose so I'm still not sure why it won't charge, but I am using the provided charging system and it will not work.
I have tried contacting Nolan since my product is still under warranty, however after multiple attempts and weeks/months of waiting I have given up. It seems that they do not want to honor their warranty.
October 7, 2015
Very good product at a reasonable price
The items fits perfectly in the Nolan Helmet I own (obviously). It is great that there is nothing hanging outside the helmet.
The sound quality is very good, And the installation very easy.
September 14, 2015
Adapter failed at the first shot.
Poor building quality. Maybe I had the Friday late afternoon unit... Let's see with a replacement what happens!
March 7, 2015
A bit early to properly assess this product, but looks good.
Fits the Nolan helmet perfectly as it is designed for the helmet.
October 13, 2014
Don't hesitate! It works and is well supported.
I have the Nolan N43 Trilogy and just added the N-Com B1 kit. I’ve got the Iphone 6 and I use Waze for navigation, Itunes for music and I can talk on my cell, if I have to, without stopping and taking my helmet off. If you are a little bit handy and you likely are if you are reading this, it’s easy to install. The kit looks good and is well thought out, you would think it was installed when the helmet was built. I went with the N-Com kit because I wanted a system that was designed for my helmet, everything snapped in, no cutting, no modifications. I like that the microphone can be moved around and I set mine a little deeper so it’s not directly in front. I ride with ear plugs and found the volume and quality to be good. Overall; I give the kit, Nolan and RevZilla my recommendation.
My machine is Triumph Thruxton 900
October 9, 2014
Good package with a minor issue
Just for reference, I am using this setup on a new Nolan N91 helmet.
The good: Very easy to install. Nolan has a couple of videos online on how to use the unit which have been helpful with learning the controls. Volume is outstanding, even with earplugs in and riding at highway speeds I don't need to max out the volume to hear music. Bluetooth teaming with my iPhone was easy and everything seems to work very well (gps, music, phone, etc)
The bad: nothing really bad about the unit other then that the microphone is in the way a lot. It's tough to find a comfortable location for it when the helmet is closed and it is in the way of the neck curtain on the visor so you have to mess around a bit to get the seal right to keep wind noise down.
Other then the issue with the mic, it's a nice setup and the flush mount on the controls is really a plus.
July 8, 2014
So far very impressed
I've only had the units for two days, so I couldn't comment on durability. I installed a twin pack in a Nolan N-103 and an N-93. Both installations were very simple. My wife and I rode for a few hours today, and we were very impressed with the quality of the sound through the intercom. I ride with a very minimal windshield, and even with my face-shield up at 60, and with it closed at 70+ with a strong wind today! I could hear her very easily. Oh, and we both wear ear plugs. Pretty amazing. If you have a Nolan helmet, and can't see what's not to like.
And as always, Revzilla's shipping and service was superb.
May 17, 2014
I was overall very impressed with this unit. For an NCom helmet, the fit is perfect, the install is a breeze. With an N43E Trilogy helmet without the shield, music and phone calls are clear, and the sound level can go plenty loud. This is with a windshield, but also with a loud exhaust. Calling someone is a very simple affair, and the person on the other end can hear you just fine. I also bought the multimedia cable, which allows you to be connected to your phone via bluetooth, and an MP3 player via the cord at the same time if you happen to have two separate devices instead of having everything on one device. Battery life seems to be adequate. At least enough for a weekend of riding with music playing. I can't speak for durability though since I haven't had it that long.
April 28, 2014