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08-09-2019 11:34 AM
spectreman Dude, messaged you 5 days ago but got no response. Have the units sold?
08-04-2019 01:07 PM
spectreman PM'd also.
08-03-2019 11:52 PM
2bazookas Yes, they are still for sale.
06-25-2019 07:01 PM
IM28702 Do you still have these available? I'm interested, and I may be a moron but i don't see where to PM you...
04-28-2019 06:29 PM
BigC This is a great deal and the ability to manage them through an app is super helpful. I just bought a set of the pack talk slims and after making some poor decisions with some ebay bluetooth devices, this gear is a huge improvement. Also, one cannot under estimate the value of having a conversation with the pillion...just say'n.
04-27-2019 07:34 PM
Scala FreeComm 2 Rider to Passenger communications

For Sale:

Scala FreeCom 2 Duo Pack
Price: $120.00

I have a set of the Scala rider FREECOM 2 for sale. One is new, never used and the other I installed on my Shoei GT-Air full face helmet in May of 2018. I used it a little, but most of the time I didn't turn it on. I bought the system for my wife and I so we could talk while we were riding, but she doesn't want to ride. No point in keeping it.

You can download the app for Android or Apple so you can use all the features available on your phone as you ride. This is much easier than trying to remember which buttons to push on the helmet mounted unit.

Here are a couple of links:


This system is only for rider to passenger communication NOT for bike to bike communication.

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