Wireless Bluetooth Helmet Audio + Walkie-Talkie

Outdoor Technology
$129.95 $89.99
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Outdoor Tech Chips 2.0 Universal Wireless Bluetooth Helmet
Outdoor Tech Chips 2.0 Universal Wireless Bluetooth Helmet
Outdoor Tech Chips 2.0 Universal Wireless Bluetooth Helmet


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  • At amzn.to you can purchase Wireless Bluetooth Helmet Audio + Walkie-Talkie for only $89.99, which is 33% less than the cost in Walmart ($134.36).
  • The lowest price of Outdoor Tech Chips 2.0 Wireless Headphones was obtained on July 7, 2020 7:10 am.

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10 reviews for Wireless Bluetooth Helmet Audio + Walkie-Talkie

  1. duehlpipes

    My experience:1. Bluetooth connection cut out all the time and finally the right speaker stopped working when using bluetooth.2. The buttons on the speakers worked great with gloves.3. Walkie-talkie feature is stupid, I didn’t by it for that and to me there is no point for having this feature because you can call or tell Siri to text someone while using bluetooth on the speakers4. Sound volume definitely is the loudest out of any helmet speakers and I would say the sound quality is average/good for what they are.5. Surprisingly, talking on the phone on bluetooth was crystal clear and worked flawlessly.I had to send in my chips since the right speaker stopped working and am waiting to receive a new set. After reading other reviews it seems outdoor tech has some quality control issues since some of the devices sold work flawlessly and the others have bluetooth issues like me. This bluetooth problem also seems to come from the fact that have separate bluetooth chips in each speaker. I expect that a company would have better quality control issues for a $130.00 product. When they worked I loved them, but I’ll have to see if my new set has the same issues. Don’t buy these for the app.

  2. J. Krutsch

    I do like the headphones, but Outdoor Tech’s customer service is terrible. I bought two pair at the start of ski season. All was well until one of the units quit making sound on one side. Contacted customer service for a warranty claim. Through back and forth contacts it took 5 days to get a RA number. They said once they received the defective unit it could take up to 10 Working days before they sent out the replacement. No options and a total lack of urgency. Got it to them in 2 days. 3 weeks later I contacted them again to ask where they were and was told something errored out in their system and they would push it through and I should get a notice when it ships. No shipping notice came, but the replacement finally arrived. In all, the process took 38 days, so I was without for a large chunk of the ski season. I could not in good conscience recommend this company to anyone. I certainly will not buy one of their products again.

  3. Leslie

    Work great so far (after some initial frustration was minutes away from shipping it back. Mostly trying to pay it forward a little here, so when entering “pairing mode” you need to start when they are off, hold the power until the light flashes blue and red. (Unit will turn on and then enter pairing mode a few seconds later) Spent an hour following the instructions and trying it while they were on, like every single Bluetooth device I’ve ever used!Initial complaint aside, they work great so far, granted it’s just day one. Sound is just as good as wired pair I used to use in my ski helmet. Volume, skip, answer controls are all very easy and work fine with gloves on. Looking forward to ditching the cord on the slope and all the hassle involved. Small note: package comes with charging usb cable but no plug, so a usb plug from another device is needed.Update: used them skiing all week. Signal does seem to get interrupted if not in pocket close to them. Also ran into weird issue where touch screen on phone stopped working once I used the headphone controls. Sound quality and volume are good. Knocked it down to three stars. Would return them but they solve more problems then they cause. (No wires and control through the ear pieces made it just convienient enough to keep)

  4. T. Fung

    I waited a long time for these, ever since they were announced nearly a year ago… Really wanted to have wireless audio with PTT walkie talkie function when I go on the slopes.. While the quality of these were very good, and the charging case is very nice, the main issue I had was with the app and the PTT walkie talkie function not working at all. I tried both the android version as well as the ios version on different phones, and no matter what I did, the app would not recognize the chips as connected to the phone.. Even though it was paired perfectly fine, and it worked fine as a regular bluetooth headset… No matter what I did, the app would not work and see the chips, and if you read the comments on the app reviews in google store or apple store, it seems that this problem is almost universal… So unfortunately, these will be going back.. Will purchase again if they decide to fix the app….

  5. Justin

    I’m a new convert to wearing helmets and was worried about my options for audio. Found these Chips Ultras and thought I’d give them a try. Definitely a great purchase and worth the money.Great audio. No issues with connectivity and plenty of battery life, plus more power built into the case, what’s not to like. Answering and making calls is easy. Same for sending texts and you don’t have to remove your gloves to do access any of those feature.Great item.

  6. Matthew J. Lando

    Great product. Pairs easily to my iwatch. The only drawback is they automatically turn off after about 8 minutes so when I’m talking on the ski lift they always turn off. Still great sound and work great. Charging case is great too

  7. C. Jones

    I have been using Chips old 1.0 wireless bluetooth headphones for five years now so I figured it was time for an upgrade. I liked the idea of having these be truly wireless and to see what advancements have been made over the past five years. Overall they are good headphones, but not great ones. Over the past few years bluetooh headphones have progressed rapidly, but these feel like they are a generation or two behind the times now.Pairing – Pairing is pretty easy, mine did so with minimal fuss.Sound – Sound quality is good, improved from my first gen Chips bluetoohSize – They are about 1mm thicker than the original set, but that didn’t affect my use at allUse – Each earpiece must be turned on and off separately, which is a little odd, again with the bar being so high it was unexpected. Also unexpected, they shut off after 5 minutes. This is ANNOYING! My usual day is riding up the lift with some buds, a six minute ride, then we split up for our run and meet up again at the bottom. Normally I like to pause my music in the lift lines and on the ride to chat with my friends and listed for instructions from the liftiez, then tap them on once I’m on my run. If I ride solo, I’ll leave them playing more, but still find there are several times during the day when I pause them for more than five minutes. So with the old Chips, they would come back on when I tapped to start the music, with these, I have to hold each headphone button for a couple of seconds to turn them on, then wait a bit and tap again to get my music going. I have had mine cut out once or twice on a ride, feels like a weak bluetooth signal, but it hasn’t been frequent yet.The charging case is lovely, though I do find the fit of the headphones in mine is very tight and they can be hard to get out of the case.What’s missing – App, settings, updates? No where to be found. Listen for Siri without tapping? Not here on these yet. Do both headphones have a microphone? Can’t tell, I don’t see any information on this. Chips docs are ok, but I I’d love to see detailed information on these like if you can get updates later, is there ways to configure them at all with some button pushing? Will there be an app that could setup things like the power-offer timer? (Please please please add this!) This day and age, expensive headphones (which these are) have come a long way and raised the bar as to what we expect out them and the Chips Ultra are not up to that standard.

  8. bryce korver

    I wanted to give these a good review, because they were the best helmet headphones that I’ve owned, until they the left side soeaker quit working after two uses.

  9. James Milner

    Most of the time works. Cuts out a few times per day. Still like better than alternatives.

  10. CMC

    They sound decent but the Bluetooth range is really bad. I keep my phone in a chest pocket in my ski suit and if I turn my head too far the one on the far side cuts out. Also have had to re-pair them randomly one morning on the mountain which was really annoying in snowy conditions which was sort of annoying.The biggest annoyance is they shut off automatically after a few minutes which always seems to happen while I’m on the ski lift so I have to turn them back in every run. Annoying!

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