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The World's 1st Boomless mic Helmet Communicator. UClear HBC100 is developed with patented Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Technology to filter out wind noise and ambient noise from the sound that motorcycles produce. Equipped with Class 2 Bluetooth V2.1 technology, UClear allows riders to enjoy Hifi Stereo music with Audio/ Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) and Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) . Using Array microphones technology embedded into the earphones, It eliminates the need of a boom mic which has to be placed near or close to the lips for good communication.
UClear HBC 100 Intercom Features
Make mobile phone calls
Listen and wirelessly control your music
Voice Command call pickup (Say "Pickup" or "Hello")
Helmet to helmet intercom
Auto loudness adjustment
Patented Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology
Unique wind filtering technique effective up to 238KM/h
Concealed microphones, does not require boom microphones
Ruggedized weather resistant design
Powerful speakers ensure clarity under noisy conditions
UClear is designed to be splash, rain, dust and snow resistant
Hassle free installation
DSP Algorithm Features
Adaptive beam forming technology, noise suppression and echo cancellation
Intelligent "sweet spot", directed towards speaker's voice
Detected speech signal enhancement
Environment and background noise cancellation
Bluetooth profiles supported:
Hands-Free Profile (HFP), Headset Profile (HSP), Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP), Intercom Profile Kit includes:
HBC 100 Control Unit
2 Velcro mounted stereo headset speakers with embedded microphones
Clip style and double sided tape metal mounting brackets
100 volt AC charger and USB charging cable
Optional Audio Kit includes all parts needed to mount the HBC 100 control unit to another helmet (speakers and helmet mounts)
Talk time: up to 10 hours
Standby time: Up to 2 weeks
Battery type: Rechargeable Li-Po
Charging time: 2 hours
Bluetooth design: Version 2.1, class 2 (EDR)
Design type: Rain and snow resistant
Operating temperature: 14ºF (-10ºC) to 140ºF (60ºC)
Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the U-CLEAR HBC100 Bluetooth Communicator? Ask it here!
If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.
Michael m: I was mislead by Uclears advertising,this item was a poor choice for sure.Jun 22, 2014
lori p: bought for bike to bike, get phone calls, and music. the bike to bike feature doesn't work very well at all, crackles a lot. we do better if we call each other. it seemed to work better at high speeds within the first 6 months we bought it, but now during a phone call you can't understand the rider. at about 70-80 mph you can't clearly hear music...you hear something but can't make out what it is.May 4, 2014
Terrace B: I wanted a easier way to listen to music, call/receive calls, hands free and the uclear fit the bill. I dont leave home without it, great product. People never even know I'm on my bike when they call me.Mar 10, 2014
A N: Was looking for a system to work with IPhone without a boom mic and voice command answer feature. Good reviews.Feb 19, 2014
Jorge V: I replaced it for the newest Uclear technology, their products are just amazing, and the fact that they dont use a boom just makes their competition seem outdated.Jan 16, 2014
Sue T: got 1st one and liked it so much I just ordered the 2nd one for my husband!!! Very happy so far.....Oct 23, 2013
Gary A: Purchased to pair with HBC100 I already owned.Oct 5, 2013
Ronald W M: based on review of other communication devices this seems to be the best fit for most helmets.Aug 25, 2013
David D: good price ,five star review,fast shipping,reliable store.Aug 16, 2013
A shopper asked:How many separate HBC100 units can communicate together at the same time? Just me and my rider, or if my buddy and his rider have two sets of the HBC100's, can the four of us talk at same time?Sep 16, 2013
Bruce E:Yes four can talk at once or you can seperate from the group with the touch of a button and have a private conversation wife your partner. That was why my buddy and I bought four of them.Nov 4, 2013
Stan Z:You can use any aftermarket unit but with the visor control in the way you have to mount the aftermarket unit(s) with their included sticky tape. Personally, that's not good. Glue weakens and you will run the risk of it separating from the helmet during a ride.
Nolan is not stupid. They placed the sun visor control there for a reason. They WANT YOU to buy the Nolan B4 unit that is Nolan's integrated system for the N104.
No, you cannot install the UClear into the Nolan cutout. Nor any other aftermarket unit.
This question is covered in Anthony's video of the N104. Please watch videos on whatever you are interested in buying before you post questions.Aug 16, 2013
Tim M:It should. I have 2 of them and they install easily and just clip to the side of the helmet. The two wires for the speakers run under the padding and the speakers/microphone sits in the ear pocket. I do not know that the Nolan has the ear pocket, but most helmets do. It is very clear for music and phone calls. The radio feature to talk to other riders is not the best and I usually just call them using my cell phone and talk that way.Aug 16, 2013
A s:I use it with my Nolan N102, and it works fine. I used 3M automotive two faced trim tape to mount the bracket on the door where the N-Com would go and it sits well. the only problem I have is the Mic/speakers are a snug fit in the recess of the cheek pad.
When I replace my helmet next year with the 104 (or 105 if it's out by then) I plan to move it over because the N-Com is just too expensive.Aug 16, 2013
Dmitry S:It's a boom-less mic design, and with that comes the technology aspect. It has noise elimination and suppression tech. Should function fairly well, but at higher speeds (50+mph), there will definitely be some noise and wind noise. I have used mine with some fairly noisy closed face HBC helmet, but it didn't get to bad higher speeds. Sometimes when i'm in the city, they can't hear sirens that are in close proximity.Nov 20, 2013