Top 10 Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmets

Quick Update for 2017: The best bluetooth motorcycle helmet communication for most people is the Sena Low Profile Headset and Intercom.

The headset gets an excellent rating on Amazon and is one of the bestsellers in the category.

The Sena headset offers Bluetooth 3.0, Crystal clear natural sound quality, and an impressive build quality plus a two-year warranty from the company.

Read the reviews of the best selling & Top rated Bluetooth helmets below ( along with Videos ) and then scroll down further to check out our Comparison table to see top ten helmets.

Also, read other Bluetooth Communication Systems options you have when you are on the road.

Check out the Table right below:

Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmets -  Top Choices & Best Sellers

The Comparison table Shows some of the best Bluetooth Motorcycle helmets you can get right now.

The Bilt techno is absolutely an amazing helmet -  a lot to offer at its affordable price of just above $150*. ( *See the Exact price on Amazon)

The Bluetooth technology it offers is really impressive. The sound is crisp and clear when listening to a call or when playing music – even at high speeds.

If you're a musician still mixing and mastering your tracks and you take a listen with this helmet you will feel ready to send your music to a and r.

While this helmet may not be the best helmet in terms of built quality still it has all the feature that a $700* helmet may have.

The helmet has metallic paint with either double lacquer or flat matte finish. 

You can use to connect your phone with the helmet to play music, Use GPS or call someone.

The Bluetooth feature can even be used to pair it with another Techno Helmet – sweet.

The helmet provides top safety and is DOT approved.

Another great thing about this helmet is that the controls are simple to use and easy to reach even with the gloves on.

The Ventilation is great and you don’t feel uncomfortable even when humidity and temperature are high.

Long Story Short: The helmet has a great many features comparable to an expensive helmet. It provides you safety and comfort at a reasonable price.

Check outThe 7 Best Motorcycle jackets and Vets.

For the people looking for half-helmet: Sena Bluetooth Stereo Headset

The Video Review:

Sena Bluetooth Stereo Headset is a DOT certified helmet that weighs just 1.2 pounds. It comes with the latest Bluetooth 3.0 and installation is pretty quick and simple.

The sound quality of the unit is crystal clear even on high speeds which are incredible considering it is a half helmet.

The helmet can be used as a BT intercom with a range of 760 yards and supports 4-way conference intercom.

You can even do a conference phone call with the other participant. In addition, it also has a built-in FM radio tuner. So you can also save you favorite stations.

It goes without saying that the Bluetooth also plays and sync with mp3 devices.

The helmet is also water resistant so that you don’t have to worry about the bad weather condition.

The battery time is also impressive. It gives up to 7 hours of talk time and 8 says stand by time.

You can also get help with GPS navigation through the Bluetooth.

Alternative Option: O’Neal Fastrack

O’Neal Fastrack is an affordable Bluetooth helmet with great features and designs.

It allows Bluetooth Compatible GPS, cell phones, and various other media devices to sync in.

The Helmet is extremely comfortable and lightweight & DOT certified.

The helmet uses the Blinc brand Bluetooth integrated system. If you are playing some music and you get an incoming call, you can receive or reject it.

If you answer the music stops and plays after you’ve ended your call.

You can also use this device as a one-to-one intercom for open mic communication between the rider and the passenger.

The ventilation system is superb. You will get no fogging or feel hot inside your helmet when the temperature is warm.

Bottom Line: A good Option if you are looking for a nice Bluetooth helmet

How are Bluetooth Helmets different?

Bluetooth helmets are just like ordinary motorcycle helmets except that they contain a pair of speakers or headphones in them.

The Bluetooth technology has drastically evolved during the past decade or so.

Being able to communicate on the road is incredibly convenient and having a Bluetooth helmet helps you do that. You no longer need to carry a hanging wire with yourself to be able to listen to music.

If you want to make or receive a call, you don't need to pull out your cellphone every time from your pocket.

Almost all of the Bluetooth enabled devices such as iPod,iPhones or android devices can by connected to the helmet in seconds.

If you want to go somewhere, you could always use GPS navigation while riding your bike and not having to pull out that rusty old map.

Some of the devices even receive voice prompts, so that you can interact with your system and not having to ever pull out your phone again and again.

Most of the Top Rated Bluetooth devices even include intercoms for you to talk directly to your peers.

Additionally, some of them may include an FM Radio tuner option as well.

Look out for these if you want to listen to your favorite radio station while heading towards your destination.

Go to rider magazine to learn more about Bluetooth helmets.

Motorcycle helmet speakers: Alternative Bluetooth Helmet Audio Options

Instead of getting a New Bluetooth helmet, you could also make you existing helmet a Bluetooth wireless helmet!

These Bluetooth headsets need to be installed on your existing helmets.

This could potentially save you money especially if you already have a premium helmet such as Shoei.

Most of these audio systems are attached to the side of your helmet and have two speakers (i.e Stereo) and many have a mic as well.

You need to make sure whether these devices are compatible with your helmet.

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Devices

Sena SMH5-02 Bluetooth Headset/Intercom Full-Face Helmet Kit for Scooters and Motorcycles

Nolan N-COM B4 Communication System - Basic Kit for Nolan N104 Helmet BNCOM52700009

Generic BT interphone Bluetooth Motorbike Motorcycle helmet intercom Headset 800M rider to pillion

Outdoor Tech OT0032 Chips Universal Wireless Helmet Audio System (Black)


To integrate to existing helmet: Smith Skullcandy Bluetooth Helmet Audio Kit

This is a highly recommended Bluetooth kit if you want to integrate to your existing helmets.

Installation of this kit is super easy, you just drop the speakers/headphones into the ear pads of your helmet.

The kit is gloves friendly, which means you don't have to take off your gloves every time you want to press a button on this kit.

It is super lightweight, you won't feel any difference after integrated these with your helmet. It can be used with various types of helmets such as snowboard helmets.

The sound quality is as great as expected from Skullcandy.  It gets an average rating of 4.4 out of 5.

The microphone is also of super high quality. It cancels out most of the extra noise giving others crisp & clear sound.

Highly Recommended Bluetooth kit for your existing helmet - a Flawless piece of product!

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