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The Outdoor Tech Chips 2.0 Wireless Bluetooth Helmet Audio fuels progression sessions in the park and powder slashes in the trees with high-fidelity 40mm drivers pumping face-melting guitar solos and inspiring instrumentals straight to your helmet's liner. Audio streaming with Bluetooth devices eliminates annoying wires for good. For riders always on the grind, the Chips 2.0 feature one-tap answering and voice activation, so you'll never have to remove gloves for taking and making calls.
New for this season, the Chips 2.0 feature a Walkie-Talkie function that sends audio messages to other riders rocking Chips 2.0 on the mountain, meaning you'll never lose your friends to blizzards or confusing terrain. To use the Walkie-Talkie function, you'll have to download Outdoor Tech's Walkie-Talkie app, then set-up a group of messengers you'd like to communicate with on the mountain. There's no range limit for sending audio messages, making it ideal for staying in touch with your riding party across wide swaths of alpine terrain.
These wireless audio speakers work with compatible ski/snowboard helmets, dropping into the helmet's liner for a seamless listening experience without lugging around bulky headphones. Currently, they're compatible with certain helmets from the following manufacturers: Bern, Anon, Giro, Smith, POC, Pro-Tec, Solomon, and Bollé. Outdoor Tech also makes a compatible K-Roo Pouch (not included) for using the Chips 2.0 speakers with regular skate, snow, and BMX helmets.
- Wireless Bluetooth speakers for skiing and snowboarding
- 40mm hi-fidelity drivers for immersive listening
- Walkie-Talkie sends audio messages to your friends
- One-tap answering and voice activation for making calls
- Two-button control for play, pause, skip, and volume
- 32-foot wireless range with connected Bluetooth devices
- Included 3.5mm audio cable for non-Bluetooth devices
- Rechargeable battery with micro USB charging cable
- Item #OTC000W
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Put these in my Smith Helmet, and love them!. Wires be gone!
Sound quality is as good as my wired smith speakers, but the operation is 100 times better. Let's see how the do in the long run!
My ski buddy and I are having difficulty using the walkie-talkie feature of your produce. While the materials included show the tremendous graphic artistry and quite the investment, there are not clear instructions on how to use the walkie-talkie. Message are recorded but then have to be selected from the iphone to play. He has teh andriod and I have iphone.
We're in Denver and have a lot of folks in our ski group that are interested in this type of technology. And before I turn in my report that this is no-go / no-show on product promise versus delivery, I'd thought I'd give an opportunity for assistance.
Is it compatible with a POC Backcountry MIPS helmet?
Walkie-Talkie sends audio messages to your friends.
^ i understand i have to download the app, does this walki talki audio msg use my service provider? if so how would this benefit riders that dont have service on top of a mt?