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The HBC100 + offers ABF, boomless microphone technology for communication with another rider up to 500 meters away. Like UCLEAR’s HBC100 and HBC200, the PLUS puts boomless, hands free technology into helmets. Riders can make a call, intercom with a passenger or nearby riders and still turn up the tunes. Connect up to four total users and take advantage of improved HBC200 series design and upgradable firmware.
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Winston G: I chose this because of the technology that does not require a mic and the number of positive reviews.Feb 6, 2014
Sanford B: I chose this item because of the boomless mic/speakers. Seems like a great design. I was torn between the Sena SMH10R. what sold me was not having an external battery on the rear of the helmet.Dec 19, 2013
Keith T: Boomless, reviews good, recommended by someone I met as having better sound quality than most Bluetooth units.Nov 6, 2013
Howard J: Friends have these and say they are great!Oct 18, 2013
Andrew S: Because I don't have friends and didn't need the better intercom functions of the HBC200 which it's explained to me is the only difference.Sep 3, 2013
Bradley C asked:Does anyone have any experience with installing this into a Shoei Qwest helmet? The cheekpads appear to cover the microphones? WebBikeWorld gave this unit rave reviews but I want to see if anyone has put it into a Qwest. Thanks - B.Nov 14, 2013
Mitchell G:Bradley C: I put this into a Shoei Neotek helmet. The speakers/microphones don't fit perfectly into the speaker cups built into the helmet. You have to 'angle' them in with the top of the speaker in the cups and leave the bottom hanging out of the whole a little bit. The cheekpads are very close to covering the mics, but they work very well anyway. While it's not a perfect install, it still works and doesn't touch your ears even though it doesn't fit exactly right. I've got about 2500 miles on my bike since install and LOVE having tunes and phone access. Good luck!Nov 14, 2013
Andrew S:I have the Bell RS-1 which has pretty big and plush cheek pads and they have caused no issue with sound. If I have to make any suggestion it is to speak softer, I've found the only times I have trouble with the other parties on calls hearing me is when I'm trying to speak over wind noise. the U-CLEAR does a great job on cancelling this out and your yelling at it only creates a distorted sound for the other people on the call.Nov 14, 2013