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Sena M1 Evo Smart MTB Helmet

Regular price $199.00
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23851 Via Fabricante Ste. 201
Mission Viejo, CA 92691

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The M1 EVO Mountain Bike Helmet brings wireless and seamless communication audio to the trails. Sena's proven communication tech breaks barriers, creating a shared riding experience. Talk to each other. Make phone calls. Jam to your music. The M1 EVO makes sure you #RideConnected.

  • The M1 EVO Mesh Intercom™ platform allows communication with multiple riders within a half-mile (900 meters) range and incorporates up to 9 channels
  • An integrated microphone tucked inside the brow of the helmet
  • Recessed speakers deliver your audio while maintaining ambient awareness
  • Connect to your smartphone with Bluetooth® 4.1 and for music, GPS directions, phone calls, and more.
  • Manage functions with the three-button control layout on the helmet or through Voice Commands
  • GENERAL: Weight: 430 g (M size); Operating Temperature: -10 degree C - 55 degree C (14?F - 131?F); Storage Temperature: 15 degree C - 30 degree C (59?F - 86?F)
  • HELMET : Size: M / L; Color: Matte Black / Matte White / Matte Gray; In-mold polycarbonate helmet shell with EPS liner; Nylon Chinstrap
  • MESH INTERCOM: Mesh Intercom™ Technology
  • BLUETOOTH: Bluetooth 4.1; Headset Profile (HSP); Hands-Free Profile (HFP); Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP); Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
  • INTERCOM: Working Distance: Mesh Intercom™: up to 900 meters (980 yards) in open terrain; *can extend up to 3.6 km (2.0 miles) between a minimum of 6 riders (in open terrain); Supports up to: virtually limitless number of users; Supports Channels: 9 channels
  • AUDIO: Noise Cancellation: Advanced Noise Control™ Codec: Built-in SBC Codec; FM Radio: Radio frequency specifications: 76 ~ 108MHz; 10 preset station memory
  • BATTERY : Talk Time: 7 ~ 10 hours (varies based on LED use); Charging Time: 2 hours; Fast Charge: 20 minutes of charging equals 3 hours Intercom; Type: Lithium Polymer Battery; Charging Temperature: 0 degree C ~ 40 degree C (32 degree F~104 degree F)
  • CERTIFICATES : Electronics: CE, FCC, IC; Helmet: CE EN 1078, CPSC 1203

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
D.M. (Dayton, US)
Great product

Fast service very satisfied. We ride together as a family and everyone can communicate

Scott N.
Best helmet I've ever had

Love this helmet. My wife and I can ride and have a conversation without having to to ride side by side or turning our heads around nto be heard. Ability to make/receive phone calls is also a plus. Callers don't seem to hear the road noise. The built in tail light isn't as bright as bike mounted one but adds to the safety factor. Airflow seems totally adequate and fit is good.

L W.
Bought 2, only one in stock

Works well

Must have!

Absolutely love this helmet. My husband and I saw these on youtube videos we follow, "Irene Iron Travels" and decided to try! Such a great product and worked awesome for communication while biking taking it to a whole new experience! Must have!

Microphone has phenomenal wind control

I bought the Sena M1 Evo bicycle helmet because of the rave reviews of the microphone.
I am very happy with the wind control, as the people I have spoken to on the phone while wearing the helmet have told me that they cannot hear any wind noise at all, even when I'm cycling right into the wind.
They do complain that the audio is not great in general, but it's definitely possible to have a decent conversation while cycling. Before using the helmet, I would have to stop cycling and move into a non-windy area to be heard.
I also find the speakers sound quite tinny, and I hear my own voice through the speakers when talking (in the same robotic, tinny sound). It makes it a little annoying to listen to music, but honestly, I get used to it after a few minutes.
The double edged sword here is that the upside of these being actual speakers above the ears, is that it doesn't block out any ambient noise allowing me to have full awareness of my surroundings, but the downside is that because these aren't earphone speakers covering the ears, everyone around you can hear both sides of the conversation, or the music that is being played.
I find the helmet itself is very well constructed. It definitely beats out all of my other helmets in build quality.

In general, even with the sound quality issues, I like the helmet enough to want to purchase one for my wife.

I would highly recommend this helmet. The only reason for 4 stars and not 5 is the robotic/electronic sound from the speakers.