Sena Savage helmet - sound styling 1New from Sena, the Savage is the first open face motorcycle helmet with full Bluetooth 4.1 capability built-in; packing the premium communication technology Sena is known for, while keeping classic uncluttered lines.

Hidden beneath the Savage’s composite fiberglass shell is all the technology you’d expect from a top-of-the-line Sena communication system for bike-to-bike comms, phone calls, turn-by-turn GPS and FM Radio or Mp3 music on the move.

Just like a normal intercom the Savage can connect with up to three riders and works up to an impressive 1.6km (1 mile) range for easy bike-to-bike chat.

HD Bluetooth speakers built into the ear cavities and a high quality mic hidden in the upper rim of the helmet allow crystal clear audio and voice. Both feature Sena’s advanced Noise Control software, to minimise wind noise.

All functions are controlled with the easy-to-use Jog Dial Control, which is built into the Savage – no fiddly buttons to find or press sequences to learn. Voice prompts also feature for ease of operation.

It also boasts a talk time of 11 hours and a charging time of just 3 hours – ideal for touring and weekends away.

The Sena Headset app allows easy configuration of settings, the creation of FM radio and speed dial pre-sets, and access to an interactive quick start guide.

As with all Sena units the Savage can be kept up-to-date with firmware upgrades, which can be downloaded straight into the helmet.

The Savage comes with a choice of two peaks and is fully ECE2205 approved. It’s available in classic Matt Black, sizes Medium to XL, and sells for just £289.99.

Visit UK distributor www.motohaus.com for details.

Key features:

  • Bluetooth 4.1 integrated
  • Built in speakers and Mic
  • Intercom 1.6KM / 1 Mile
  • 4 Way Intercom
  • Universal Intercom
  • Advanced Noise control
  • Voice Prompts
  • Music sharing
  • FM radio
  • Firmware upgradeable
  • ECE approved





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