Chatterbox Duo Communicator

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Chatterbox Duo Communicator
Chatterbox Duo Communicator
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Twenty years in, Chatterbox USA continues to lead the market in biker to biker communication. Founded in 1993, Chatterbox developed the first rider to rider communication system for the motorsports industry. Riders and passengers use Chatterbox to communicate with each other, talk on the phone, listen to music and coordinate GPS.

How else would you request to move into the right lane?

Communication is key in every facet of life and when you're on two wheels it's even more crucial. The Chatterbox Duo Communicator is hands-free with a rider-to-rider range of 200 yards in full duplex and rider to passenger capability. This model features Bluetooth allowing you to pair with two accessory devices like a cell phone, GPS, IPod at the same time. The Chatterbox Duo is ideal for the commuting rider.

Product Description:

  • Rider to Rider Intercom with Bluetooth connectivity to your phone, music and GPS.
  • Bike to Bike full duplex communication between two riders.
  • Maximum range of 200 yards.
  • Rider to passenger communication capability.
  • Listen to music while getting voice direction from GPS wirelessly.
  • Answer and receive phone calls.
  • True Hi-Fi stereo speakers and noise suppression microphone.
  • Headset with microphones for full face helmets (open face mic sold separately).
  • 8 hours of talk time and 20 hours of standby.
  • Includes Duo unit with factory installed rechargeable lithium ion battery, noise reducing headset with microphone for full face helmets, USB charging cable and AC adapter, mounting bracket with a cradle, two screws, wire clip wire stick and owner's manual.
  • Certain states and localities may prohibit the use of two earpieces or two-piece headsets while operating a vehicle. Please check and follow all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations regarding the use of electronics, earpieces and headsets before operating your vehicle.

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Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Madison, WI, USA
A few problems but worth it

I bought these so i could talk to my girlfriend while we ride. She just bought her first bike and it was extremely helpful to talk to her and give her pointers while we are riding! It is pretty simple to cycle threw all the options while riding. I have had a few problems with mine; When using the Bluetooth option, when a phone call comes in, i can her the other person but they cant hear me. both my girlfriend and I have had a screeching noise come threw the speakers two separate time. Neither of those problems both me because I don't use it to make phone calls and the screeching isn't very loud and hasn't happened much.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Mobile, AL
Works GREAT!

Bought this for my son for Christmas.
He said it worked PERFECT!
and didn't break the bank!

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Chris Location: So. California
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Erlingmagnus 1 year 1 month ago Location: Norway
Is it possible to have more then two units hookd up at tje same time?
Expert Top 1 Contributor MotoSport Staff
1 year 1 month ago
The Duo Communicator has a maximum of 2 users. The Chatterbox X1 Slim has unlimited users which you can find here:
Chris 2 years 1 month ago Location: So. California
? Will it fit HJC modular..?
When chin bar is raised willthere be sufficient wire for the mic, not to be pulled off?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 1 month ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
For the modular helmets it is recommended to use the Open face mic due to the wire length, and also the fact if you choose to ride with the face flipped up on warm days, you still have the option for communication.
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