Most different and attractive bluetooth headset for sports passionate Iphone users

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by descorpio, Jan 13, 2009.

  1. descorpio

    descorpio Well-Known Member

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    If you think you are an extreme sports fan...then here's your product. And if you are into music also, you might aswell pack your iPhone too, because now you can enjoy your favorite tunes in style using this Bluetooth Sports Helmet for the iPhone.

    This sexy looking helmet has built in headphones that receive signal from a Bluetooth transmiter that plugs into your iPhone headphones jack. The transmitter can also be used with iPods and all MP3 players that use a standard 3.5 mm jack.
     
  2. blue frog

    blue frog Well-Known Member

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    Product Name/Website Please

    This sounds like an interesting product but you did not provide the name of the product or a link to the website.

    Would you please name this product and/or provide a website so we can see it?

    Thanks
     
  3. calvindale

    calvindale Active Member

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    I would much appreciate it if you included a sample picture of it or a further more information about the headset but oh well thanks for this information.
     
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  5. martincooper91

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    iPhone Bluetooth Sports Helmet

    f you are into extreme sports I bet you can't wait to grab your snowboard and head to the nearest snowy slope. And if you are into music also, you might aswell pack your iPhone too, because now you can enjoy your favorite tunes in style using this Bluetooth Sports Helmet for the iPhone.

    This cool looking helmet has built in headphones that receive signal whireless from a Bluetooth transmiter that plugs into your iPhone headphones jack. The transmiter can also be used with iPods and all MP3 players that use a standard 3.5 mm jack.

    The fact that it doesn't use a headphone cable is probably the main feature of this helmet, since it really improves the freedom of movement needed in extreme sports.

    The transmiter cannot control the phone functions of the iPhone, but I think that's an advantage, considering that a phone conversation with your angry girlfriend is not the best ideea when you're speeding down the side of the mountain.

    On the security side of this helmet you must know that its upper shell is made of injection-molded ABS and the lower shell is made of a polycarbonate with an EPS foam liner. Includes 16 airflow vents, removable ear pads, vent plugs, easy-to-adjust straps, and a goggle-securing lock.

    Also as a security note please be aware that music can be sometimes distracting, so you better turn it off on the dificult parts of the slope.

    The helmet is available in 3 sizes: Small (fits heads 20"-21" around); Medium (up to 23"); or Large (up to 25"), at a price of $299.95. If you don't have goggles, you can grab a matching pair at the price of $139.95.

    This can be a great Christmas present for an iPhone fan that is into extreme sports.