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Sena Technologies Introduces SPH10S for Snow Sports Helmet

December 30, 2011


SPH10S, a Bluetooth Stereo Headset and Intercom for Snow Sports Helmets has been released by Sena Technologies, Inc.

With long-range Bluetooth Intercom, the SPH10S is a Bluetooth v2.1+EDR Class 1 Stereo Headset has been specifically designed for snow sports helmets like Giro, Smith or Burton.

Apart from calling hands-free on the Bluetooth mobile phones, users can use SPH10S to listen to stereo music. This can be done by using Bluetooth wirelessly. Users can also have a three-way intercom conversation with their companions. The conversation, however, needs to happen within a range of up to 900 meters or 980 yards.

The SPH10S boasts the advanced digital processing technology of Bluetooth. The best sound quality for both incoming and outgoing sound in its class is therefore offered by the SPH10S. The sound quality offered by the device is crystal clear and natural. The product is a perfect companion for snow sports due to the intuitive button operations of the easy-to-access device.

Other features of the SPH10S include resistance to snow and water resistant; and talk time of 10 hours with a seven days stand-by time. The device can be installed quickly without compromising fit and comfort of the helmet. Versatile Jog Dial is used for easy headset Controls. The device also offers Bluetooth hands-free for Bluetooth mobile phones. The SPH10S features a lithium polymer battery which has a charging time of2.5 hours. The device weighs only 116 g and has the dimensions of 210 mm x 131 mm x 73 mm.

A two-year International Warranty is also supported by the SPH10S to provide peace of mind to all customers. While the SPH10S is priced at $219 in North America, the device is priced at $231 in Europe. Immediate shipping of the SPH10S is also available. The SENA SPH10S package will include a Snapfit earpad with Built-in Bluetooth, Stereo Audio Cable, and USB Power Cable.

Carolyn John is a Contributor to TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves