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    flip front helmet with bluetooth

    http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/n...ostthread&f=18
    anyone heard anything about them good bad what sort of qual is head set
    need to get away from my open face figure this is next best thing

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    Why?????

    Last thing I want to be doing when riding a bike is taking a phone call...
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    Quote Originally Posted by punisher_uk View Post
    http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/n...ostthread&f=18
    anyone heard anything about them good bad what sort of qual is head set
    need to get away from my open face figure this is next best thing
    link no worky for me.

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    would you believe because it will link up with the zumo sat nav which has a built in mp3 player
    and i like gadgets
    all seems a bit sad realy lol

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    Get a gold wing if you want toys....

    I ride the bike for the biking pleasure not to make phone calls and pumping stereo...
    sat nav... you only go local ish?? so just go for the ride... if out for an "explore" you know where the major towns are so can find your way home... getting lost within 30-50 miles of home is part of the fun...

    Ok.. different if you are off on a distance tour or dispatching...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrToomanytoys View Post
    Get a gold wing if you want toys....

    I ride the bike for the biking pleasure not to make phone calls and pumping stereo...
    sat nav... you only go local ish?? so just go for the ride... if out for an "explore" you know where the major towns are so can find your way home... getting lost within 30-50 miles of home is part of the fun...

    Ok.. different if you are off on a distance tour or dispatching...
    ahhhh but mrs punisher_UK resides in sunny port u gall.
    where he has 1000's of miles of sea, sand and mountains let alone Spain on his doorstep.[barsteward]
    [and he likes to listen to max bygraves and frank sinartra]
    after having a zumo the main problem i found was the volume via blue tooth.
    which is/was a recognized problem.
    i had mine through a scala blue tooth system.
    anything you need to know about ZUMO'S-
    http://uk.wrs.yahoo.com/_ylt=A1f4cfp....com/index.php
    great site for anything zumo.
    ps,
    i have gone back to a garmin 2720 which has better fine tuning ie routing for smaller roads when touring.but no blue tooth.
    each to there own re sat navs
    Last edited by ash19600; 05-05-2008 at 08:39 AM.

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    ok one more silly resown for you all to pick on me for.
    how can you hear the little man /women telling you which way to go ? or when (the one i borrowed once ) started shouting at me for a speed camera ,and when i tuck the wrong turn
    http://bikergear.co.uk/product_info....oducts_id=1158
    ok hear is a working link
    ps i still need a new helmet
    got hit in the chin twice by big flying beetle things

    hey ash take a look at this link is this yours out of stock at mo but think they got price wrong
    http://www.worten.pt/ProductDetail.a...577430&oid=&c=
    179 euro (aprox £130) 260 quid on ebay and £480 hear
    http://www.mynewcheap.co.uk/products...te-navigation/
    Last edited by punisher_uk; 05-05-2008 at 12:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by punisher_uk View Post
    ok one more silly resown for you all to pick on me for.
    how can you hear the little man /women telling you which way to go ? or when (the one i borrowed once ) started shouting at me for a speed camera ,and when i tuck the wrong turn
    http://bikergear.co.uk/product_info....oducts_id=1158
    ok hear is a working link
    ps i still need a new helmet
    got hit in the chin twice by big flying beetle things

    hey ash take a look at this link is this yours out of stock at mo but think they got price wrong
    http://www.worten.pt/ProductDetail.a...577430&oid=&c=
    179 euro (aprox £130) 260 quid on ebay and £480 hear
    http://www.mynewcheap.co.uk/products...te-navigation/
    the 2720 are now finished in favour of the zumo.[hence the price! fantastic sat nav]
    ps,on the zumo bike mount there is 3.5 phono plug for ear piece and a 2.5 phono plug for a mike.so you dont need a bluetooth from day one.
    i put one on my mates bike and he just uses a ear piece from an old walkman.
    i have a shuberth flip lid.where i put a speaker in the lining for my 2610/2720 and used it with the zumo when i had it.
    first class helmet.
    i also hear talk of waterproof mounts for the garmin nuvi range comming very soon.
    check this out.http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthread.php?t=108111
    Last edited by ash19600; 05-05-2008 at 05:04 PM.

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    ok ive gone off the blue tooth so how about this price is good reviews mixed
    manly wind noise and rain (rain whats that )
    http://www.webbikeworld.com/r2/motor...t/caberg-trip/
    if i get one will get from uk just bit botherd about size and fit
    i found a caberg over hear in local shop just the normal flip €250 euro robing b******
    he said about €400 for the trip lol he must be on mushrooms
    Last edited by punisher_uk; 05-06-2008 at 01:52 PM.

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    the one for me

    ok think ive decided that the caberg trip is the one for me here's a pic and a nice little vid on you tube
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VtvtU6_NW4
    let me no what you think
    oh that is the color i want as well loud int it
    very cool internal sunshade
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    How Much$$

    Looks cool
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    £87 +20 postage to portugal so £107= €130 aprox not bad to say in portugal the next model down caberg flip is €200
    the same shop seling this helmet has akito miami ankel boots ideal for sumer hear £26 so might get a set as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by punisher_uk View Post
    ok think ive decided that the caberg trip is the one for me here's a pic and a nice little vid on you tube
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VtvtU6_NW4
    let me no what you think
    oh that is the color i want as well loud int it
    very cool internal sunshade

    I bought one of these a couple of months ago. Great helmet, a bit noisy, but very happy with it.

    Very good hat for the money.

    Pete

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