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SuperTooth - Bluetooth For Motorcycles

6
December
2006
  Posted at 03:24:25 PM
  File under  Bluetooth Gadgets
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

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A year or two ago, you couldn't find more than two or three Bluetooth devices for motorcycles. That has recently changed, with not only more and more helmet manufacturers going into the Bluetooth game, but also third party accessory suppliers. One of the is Hong Kong based Kitteric Bluetooth Factory.

Supertooth Moto
Compared to other devices (Cellular Interphone {link}, Scala Rider {link} or others {link}) their offering is not feature rich, but their price is reasonably low.

They have a specific motorcycle product, Supertooth Moto ! For US$ 129 for one, or US$250 for 2, you can get yourself a simple unit that will allow you to communicate with a Bluetooth equipped mobile phone (not all work, make sure you check beforehand) and/or with your pillion.

The units work in single mode, i.e., you can only communicate with one or the other. If you have your Supertooth Moto set to talking to your pillion, and your phone rings (probably vibrates since you'll not be able to hear it ring), you'll need to press a button on the device to cut the communications with your pillion and switch to your phone.

It's not the easiest, but if you're really only interested in either having a Bluetooth unit to communicate with your phone, or to use as an intercom, the Supertooth will do the job.

The speaker volume is automatically adjusted depending on the ambient noise level. The unit is light - 35 grams, so it should bother you on your helmet.

According to their website, the battery will last 10 hours talk time, or 700 hours in standby.

At their web site, they have the operating manual available for downloading (.PDF format), so you can have a look before buying (I wish other manufacturers would do that). They even show you how to mount the unit on your helmet...

Click here to access the Supertooth Moto product page.





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