Now Motorcyclists can communicate with others while enjoying the joys of the road. With Bluetooth, riders enjoy wireless conveniences with safety when using a NoiseHush N800 motorcycle helmet headset. An Interphone is a Bluetooth Headset designed for the motorcycle rider and passenger who wish to have clear and reliable wireless communications while riding. The N800 has interphone capabilities.
When The Wild One was released in 1953, public exposure to motorcycles and motorcycle clubs were closely associated with terror. The rebels and gangs of the 1950’s and 1960’s have transitioned to mainstream. Since 2003, the number of motorcycles owned and used in America grew 19 percent to approximately 10.4 million. Continuing a trend, that was a 58 percent increase since 1998, estimated then at 6.6 million. Female ownership of motorcycles crossed the 10-percent mark, increasing from 9.6 percent in 2003 up to 12.3 percent in 2008. Younger generations have even more female riders. While owning a motorcycle is much more affordable in many ways compared to having a car, the median household income of motorcycle owners exceeds that of the average American. Two-wheel households average $59,290 while the U.S. average is $50,233. As core mobile enthusiasts, motorcyclists believe in safety and a Bluetooth helmet headset is a standard for responsible communication. The NoiseHush N800 is one of the leaders and top-rated in the interphone class.
When articles are written about wireless phone safety in vehicles, most refer to cars. Yet, there are significant numbers of motorcyclists. Bicycle Clubs are more responsible these days and motorcyclists enjoy cruising up hilly and curvy roads for the exciting thrills of riding freely.
The NoiseHush N800 Interphone is designed for motorcyclists who need to stay in communication. The N800 helmet headset can be attached to most motorcycle helmets in minutes, consisting of a speaker and flexible coupling microphone. The headset bonds with many full or open-faced helmets using the included strong Velcro with adhesive backing. Completely wireless, the water-resistant and windproof headset uses the latest Bluetooth technology to link with a mobile phone in your pocket or saddlebags up to 30 feet away so you can make and receive calls.
The N800 motorcycle headset is manufactured with an anti-wind, noise-canceling microphone (DSP) to help minimize traffic and wind noise at highway speeds. Multiple N800 Interphone users can take advantage of the Intercom feature, allowing seamless headset-to-headset communication within 30 to 50 feet.
Motorcycling for Americans has primarily been about recreation and the pure joy of riding. But among the reasons given for motorcycling, transportation climbed to second place, now ahead of short distance touring. It may be due to fuel prices, environmental concerns, convenience, or a combination of reasons. Touring owners spent significantly more on aftermarket purchases, including tires, repairs and maintenance, and replacement parts and accessories – an average of $620 per year. Demonstrating a strong interest in gear, sport bike riders spent more on apparel than any other segment – an average of $578 per year. Like virtually all of us, bikers enjoy being connected with cell phones.
Unlike car drivers, bikers install headsets into their protective helmets to keep in touch. Experiencing the ride is more central to the biker than to a typical car driver. Adding the NoiseHush N800 headset to your helmet is an affordable way to ensure safe, dependable road communication, when biking on any road. Bluetooth wireless is a perfect partner for free wheeling on roads.