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  • gigiflip Posts: 6
    Stock Poster gigiflip
    18 Sep 2019 07:29 PM
    Anyone bought one of these? If so, can you provide a review please? Cheers.
  • JFE Posts: 1745
    NSW
    Motor Head JFE
    22 Sep 2019 06:02 PM
    Haven't got one sorry mate but if you can, work out who made it for Harley. That way you have some insight into the quality and fit of it.

    Previously, HD used HJC and Bell. If you can't get your hands on one google the US sites that may have them - I found the reviews on their to be helpful.
  • paulybronco Posts: 11960
    Forum Legend paulybronco
    23 Sep 2019 06:47 AM
    I would certainly shop around , as JFE said Harley dont make their own but get someone else to jam a Harley sticker on and charge you extra for the privilege
  • Phelics Posts: 67
    Stock Poster Phelics
    24 Sep 2019 02:36 PM
    It’s made by Sena, I believe. 
  • steelo Posts: 2577
    Adelaide
    Forum Legend steelo
    24 Sep 2019 03:04 PM
    It it was "just" a helmet, it'd be one thing.
    The NO2 is the full integrated package. I'd love to have one if they made a flip front version. The Bluetooth mesh communications technology in it seems good
    Anyway, I've found a link to the user guide for it
    Here's a good article on the WHIM

  • gigiflip Posts: 6
    Stock Poster gigiflip
    12 Oct 2019 01:16 PM
    Right, I bought the bullet and bought 2 of these. I was nervous with the purchase because you can’t try them before you buy them and it’s a lot of money. Anyway, I thought I’d put a small review up in case anyone else is thinking of getting them.
    The helmets are great. Very comfortable, very quiet and great visibility. I have alpine ear plugs which I’ve had to use for all my other helmets and I now don’t need them. Pairing to the phone is super easy as is pairing to the other helmet. When you turn them on they automatically pair to your phone and each other - very easy. Sound quality is very good and the volume is easily loud enough - I can’t have them on maximum volume. Once you understand the voice commands they are great to use. You never have to use your hands at all. Phone quality is fantastic both ways. All in all I would certainly recommend these helmets with no hesitation. The only down side is the Sena App is rubbish but promises a lot and would be great if it worked. I’ve submitted a complaint to Sena so hopefully they fix the App, then there would be nothing to complain about. Great product.
  • steelo Posts: 2577
    Adelaide
    Forum Legend steelo
    12 Oct 2019 04:59 PM
    Great news gf. Post some pics and a review after a couple rides. What did you pay and where did you get them. 
    I do like the idea of ditching the earplugs. 
  • gigiflip Posts: 6
    Stock Poster gigiflip
    12 Oct 2019 06:32 PM
    Hey Steelo, they retail at $956 (I think). I got them $900 each. Sounds like a lot but compared to other brands with similar functionality they are actually very reasonably priced. Got them from Harley Heaven Melbourne.
  • Daffy Posts: 83
    Angaston SA
    Stock Poster Daffy
    14 Oct 2019 07:06 PM
    Quoting steelo on 12 Oct 2019 04:59 PM
    Great news gf. Post some pics and a review after a couple rides. What did you pay and where did you get them. 
    I do like the idea of ditching the earplugs. 
    Tried one on at HH Adelaide today. Pretty good. Quoted me $856. Also tried on a new shoei neotec 2. Superb fit. I have a neotec 1 and this is heaps more comfy. Harley one doesn't have a built in sunshade though. Neotec has more room to fit a Bluetooth. I will probably buy a neotec purely because it's so comfortable.Inbuilt Bluetooth doesn't bother me much. Just my 2 cents worth 
  • steelo Posts: 2577
    Adelaide
    Forum Legend steelo
    14 Oct 2019 07:36 PM
    Good on you for that daffy. I want the comms but the flip front style takes precedence. 
  • Daffy Posts: 83
    Angaston SA
    Stock Poster Daffy
    15 Oct 2019 09:27 AM
    Quoting steelo on 14 Oct 2019 07:36 PM
    Good on you for that daffy. I want the comms but the flip front style takes precedence. 
    I got really lucky. Just bought a uclear Bluetooth unit from a mate for $25. He had two and didn't need the second. Works great so that's why I'm not worried about the Bluetooth in the Harley helmet. Would definitely prefer flip front. Like to get that air when I come to a town or slow down. Don't know how it is for quietness. If I have to still wear earplugs then so be it
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