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Shark Evo One 2 and Sena Bluetooth
« on: December 22, 2019, 10:54:10 PM »
Looking to purchase a second helmet, early in the new year, and really like the Shark Evo One 2 helmets. Have a Shoei Neotec 2 with Sena bluetooth (only way you know it's there is the mic) and really like the helmet and setup !
Looking to purchase a second helmet as backup and passenger helmet and seriously considering the Shark...problem is Shark helmets bluetooth system, called Sharktooth, does not play with other bluetooth manufacturers systems....AT ALL :187:
Wanted to know if anyone is using this setup, "Shark Evo One 2 and Sena bluetooth unit", and if so, does it work well and how do you like it?
Know a lot folks like Cardo but, since my Shoei is using Sena, would like the same in the new helmet. Ordering the new helmet from a company out of country (would mention name but not sure about forum rules. Saved me over $300 bucks for my Shoei/Sena setup vs. buying in the US) and want to know what I'm getting into before purchasing.
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Re: Shark Evo One 2 and Sena Bluetooth
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2019, 11:10:07 PM »
Buy one without a Bluetooth system and put a 20S Evo, or your Sena preference, on it.  The Sena should pair with any brand in "universal pairing" mode.  You should be able to find a review on the Shark on webbikeworld.  Love my new Neotec 2, and got it at a local dealer's Christmas one day sale that had all in stock helmets at 40% off.  Fortunately they had a white one in the right size.  Also got some Touratech Synergy 7.4V gloves on the same deal, and my heated liners fit in them too, so if it's really cold I'll wire up, and if it's not so much, the batteries and grips can handle it for a few hours.  Yeah, I'm a Texas cold weather wimp! :745:
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Re: Shark Evo One 2 and Sena Bluetooth
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2019, 06:26:45 AM »
Ordering the new helmet from a company out of country (would mention name but not sure about forum rules......

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Re: Shark Evo One 2 and Sena Bluetooth
« Reply #3 on: December 23, 2019, 07:52:16 AM »
Really happy with my Neotec helmet also but need a second and wanted something different.
Bought my Shoei from Champion Helmets, located in the Netherlands. Not only did they sell the same Helmets available from US stores but had different colors.
Took awhile to receive the helmet but with free shipping, a little over $200 saved on helmet, $100 saved on Sena unit, compared to if purchased from a US vendor, was well worth the wait! :028:

Anyone sporting a Shark Evo One II, that could post their likes, dislikes?

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Re: Shark Evo One 2 and Sena Bluetooth
« Reply #4 on: December 23, 2019, 10:39:14 PM »
The Shoei Neotek II is the best helmet by far I have owned. Mind you, the price reflects this I think.  I use Interphone helmet comms which works well in conjunction with the Trophy audio system.
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