Yes, you can enjoy your tunes and cancel out background noise while you ride.
- HBC 120 Snow Plus control unit
- Two high-fidelity speakers with embedded microphones
- Weatherproof castings
- Brackets mount controller to helmets and goggles
- 18-inch extension cord
- AC/USB charger
- Hook and loop mounts attach speakers to helmet
- Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Love this device. No longer will you have frozen fingers fumbling to find your phone on the lift or skiing. Simple hello picks up incoming call and sounds crystal clear. Going to buy more around Christmas as gifts.
New, Updated and even more Awesome
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
The HBC 120 plus is the update to the two year old HBC 120. The new controller is much easier to use in te cold and with gloves on an in intercom feature got a big upgrade. The old HBC 120 intercom would only work up to 40 meters. The new one maxes out at 400m and works much better through trees.
The intercom features are the only difference between the HBC120 plus and the HBC 220.
With the 120 plus you can pair only two people together on the intercom system.
With the 220 you can pair up to 10 people together and increase the intercom range up to 1.5 miles.
If you're not going to be using these devices with a large group of people the 120 plus is the way to go. It has the same sound and background noise canceling/ voice recognition features as the 220.
You can be skiing and answer a phone call by just saying hello and the person on the other end of the line would have no idea you're even outside. The Uclear devices block out all the wind and background noise so you conversation will appear crystal clear. Talk on the lift, top of the tram in 70mph winds, while shredding groomers, it doesn't matter. No one will ever know you're skipping work.