What kinds of motorcycle helmets our intercom headphones could fit?

What kinds of motorcycle helmets our intercom headphones could fit?


As a motorcyclist, a suitable helmet is a MUST, today, I’d like to introduce the most commonly used helmet, each kind has its own advantage and function. also, I will recommend the right model helmet intercom for your reference.



1. Full-face helmet


The full-face helmet could reduce the injury to a minimum in case of a crash, compared to other types of motorcycle helmets.


  1. Riders could be most protected.
  2. Reduce wind drag
  3. Reduce noise via the inside foam


  1. Visual angle is limited.
  2. Some full-face helmets are very heavy, it may cause neck fatigue for long-term use.


2. Off-road Helmet


This kind of helmet comes without goggles, which could let wider view angle, riders could also wear their own sunglasses to prevent dust or strong sunlight. A long chin bar helps protect the user’s jaw and teeth well, it also has a top cap designed to help block sunlight and block obstacles such as tree branches from entering the eyes when off-road. On the downside, it’s designed to interfere with forwarding air pressure, so it’s not suitable for faster-speed riding.


3. Rally Helmet


The rally helmet combines the characteristics of a full helmet and a cross-country helmet, the chin will be designed to converge a little and equipped with helmet lenses, more helmet pass than the full helmet, belongs to the multifunctional helmet, relatively high protection.

Advantages and disadvantages of rally helmets: rally helmets have a larger field of view, even if you do not lower your head you can see the dashboard. The helmet has an effective sun and mud shield. It has better mouth protection and is a better fit for neck guards. The disadvantages are that it has more wind resistance when riding and is not suitable for high-speed riding, its mass is also heavier and it has less noise reduction ability.


4. Flip-up Helmet


The biggest difference between the open-face helmet and the full-face helmet is that the face can be lifted from the chin, which can be worn more easily, and different helmets can be taken off to eat and drink, and some can even disassemble the chin at will, becoming 3/ 4 helmets. However, its disadvantages and advantages coexist. Because the position of the chin is designed to be detachable, the fixed structure between the chain and the chin locking point is not as strong as that of a full-face helmet. If there is a problem, it will not be able to safely protect the user’s chin.


5. Retro Helmet



This retro helmet without goggles is a 3/4 helmet, which is commonly worn by users of retro motorcycles and cruising motorcycles. Because it is more convenient to wear sunglasses, it is more popular with them. At the same time, it has a wide field of vision and is convenient and comfortable to wear. The disadvantage is that in the event of an accident, the facial area cannot be effectively protected.


6. Half-face Helmet


The advantages of the half-helmet are that it is compact, cheap to produce, and easier to store in its small size. The disadvantage is that the safety margin is low and is more commonly used in the small pedal and electric bikes.

As the speakers of our intercom headset have to be installed in the reserved position of the helmet, and this position is facing the 2 ears, this helmet is not able to install our Bluetooth intercom because it completely exposes the ears to the outside.

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