The 7 Best Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmet Headsets January, 2019 (And 9 Other Models)

Bluetooth motorcycle helmet headsets are designed to be attached to the helmet. They come with special installation kits (clamp units, mounting plates, and clip spacers are some of the basics), but some models are plainly composed of a boom mic and speaker.

These Bluetooth headsets for motorcycles are not to be confused with "helmet speakers", which are basically a primal version without the main intercom feature (they are simply speakers). Each model also has a specific top speed it can withstand and they vary in intercom ranges, which can go from 150 meters to as high as 800 meters. Some only offer two-way intercoms, while other headsets can support up to four bikers or more.

Higher-end models, like the Sena SMH5-01, also offer music-sharing capabilities and a multifunction jog dial meant for easier usability. Some of the rather common features also include GPS transmission and hands-free phone use. Despite these variations, all motorcycle headsets are generally rugged and used for long-range communication.


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Best Model 2019*
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4.5
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Based on this bluetooth headset's aggregated ranking of 86%, we are confident that the Sena SMH5 is currently Alphachooser's best Bluetooth motorcycle headset 2019. Furthermore, we think that our 944 reviews sampled from our sources give us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that pushes us to label it a "no-brainer best choice."

Average rating:
(86%) (944 reviews over 3 sources)   
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4.5
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Based on star rating of 4.5 averaged over 124 reviews, here is what we consider second best Bluetooth motorcycle headset. * This list is based on an in-depth computation of hundreds of Bluetooth motorcycle headset reviews from around the web.

The Sena SMH5-FM is a headset catered to motorists coming with a two-way intercom, a built in FM tuner, a Jog dial, seven hours of talk time, and an intercom operating range of 760 yards.

Average rating:
(85%) (124 reviews over 3 sources)   
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#3
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4
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The Sena 20S is a motorcycle headset that can connect to up to eight other models within a 2km-range via the Universal Intercom protocol, has a built-in FM radio, and allows up to 13 hours of talk time.

Average rating:
(81%) (1104 reviews over 3 sources)   
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#4
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4
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The 10S is a motorcycle Bluetooth (4.1 version) headset that brings out the intercom fundamentals, including a 1.6-kilometer range using One Touch Group Intercom, Advanced Noise Control, and the Sena Smartphone App.

Average rating:
(80%) (112 reviews over 3 sources)   
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#5
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4
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Great

The R6 is a motorcycle Bluetooth headset with a private intercom function, connecting up to six users within a 1000-meter range, answering calls automatically (obviously for safety), and lasting just up to 150 days on standby.

Average rating:
(75%) (233 reviews over 3 sources)   
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#6
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3.5
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High

The Sena 3S is a rather small headset (39mm x 39mm x 11.3; one of the smallest we have seen) for motorists with a talk time of eight hours and which Sena claims to deliver crystal-clear audio even amidst noisy surroundings.

Average rating:
(70%) (92 reviews over 3 sources)   
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#7
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3
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OK

The FD-CVB is a waterproof motorcycle Bluetooth headset equipped with features like DSP echo-cancellation and noise suppression, a wireless intercom range of 2625 feet, and 10 hours of mobile talk time or five hours in intercom mode.

Average rating:
(64%) (22 reviews over 2 sources)   

The V6 is a motorcycle Bluetooth headset with a 6-rider intercom (a host plus five auxiliaries) that works for up to 1200 meters for an 8-hour playback, apparently from only three hours of charging.

Average rating:
(78%) (112 reviews over 2 sources)   

More Bluetooth motorcycle helmet headsets, sorted by the latest model first:

The KOBWA 6-Rider 1200M 2016 is a noise-cancelling 500mAh Bluetooth headset that supports pairing between a maximum of six motorcycles (but only two can talk at a time) over a range of 3937 feet and lasts for only 100 hours on stand-by and eight hours while taking phone calls.

The Veetop Intercom is a black water-resistant Bluetooth headset, made for motorcycle riders, that has been built with a 2.5/3.5mm audio cable socket for walkie-talkie compatibility, an FM radio, and a battery capacity to support an 8-hour playback time.

Average rating:
(72%) (170 reviews over 2 sources)   

The SCS S1 is a black motorcycle Bluetooth headset, that comes with an option to clear its pairing memory, a built-in CVC 6.0 noise cancellation system, and a battery capacity for long distance rides, lasting a maximum of 22 hours of talk time for group intercoms of up to six riders.

Average rating:
(66%) (49 reviews over 2 sources)   

The FreedConn Helmet 800M 2015 is an echo and noise-cancelling Bluetooth headset that supports full-duplex 8-hour communication with one other motorcycle (A third interphone can be paired, but a switch has to be used) over a middle-class range of 2625 feet.

Average rating:
(75%) (77 reviews over 2 sources)   

The Sena 10C is a motorcycle headset that mainly features a 1080p HD action cam, other than its 17-hour talk time and Bluetooth version (4.1).

Average rating:
(75%) (189 reviews over 3 sources)   
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Allowing easier hands-free phone use and music-sharing, this helmet Bluetooth headset is equipped with a multifunction jog dial and that allows four-way intercom within a 1290 feet range.

Average rating:
(87%) (936 reviews over 3 sources)   

With an intercom range of 800 meters and two-way capacity, the Keisound 800M offers rather standard features for a motorcycle Bluetooth headset. It can be used for up to 120km/hr and is able to transmit GPS voice navigation (with compatible motorcycle GPS systems).

Average rating:
(66%) (15 reviews)   

The Netrox Multipoint just falls under the basic tier of bike Bluetooth headsets with specs like a two-way 150-meter intercom range and 90km/hr wind resistance. In addition, it can be paired to up to eight devices and provide seven hours of talk time.

Average rating:
(54%) (4 reviews)   

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