Cassons have just announced that the Cardo range are now available for purchase in pairs, for the perfect riding communication system for you and your significant other...

For those looking for a way to communicate with your passenger while out on the bike, look no further than the Cardo communicator sets. With five different styles and models to choose from, theres something for every type of rider, available through Cassons now.  

The Packtalk Slim tops the Cardo range with its small size and abundance of features. You’ll never have to stop and check your phone while riding again!

At the top of the Cardo range is the Packtalk Slim, Cardo say the Slim is light in shape but heavy on performance, packing all of their mesh communication into a 6.5mm casing. With sound by JBL, you’ll be sure to have sound clarity even with the wind buffering off your helmet.

Jeff will be reviewing the Cardo PACKTALK Bold soon, so keep an eye out for a full write up on these communication systems. You can pick up a Duo set of Packtalk Slims through Cassons or your local motorcycle dealership for an RRP of $999.95. Click here for more info.

The Packtalk Bold has similar features to the Slim but is packed into a tough and waterproof shell.

The Packtalk Bold share most features with the Slim, except they are incased in a tough, waterproof and durable case with the opportunity to mount them to your adventure helmet. A bluetooth signal and Cardo voice activated assistant will ensure you keep both hands on the handlebars at all times.

You can pick up a Duo set of Packtalk Bold through Cassons or your local motorcycle dealership for an RRP of $999.95. Click here for more info.



The Freecom range have varying levels of rider communication, choose between the Freecom 4+ for a four way communication system, Freecom 2+ for a two way communication system or the base level Freecom 1+ for a rider to rider communication.

The Freecom range include features such as JBL sound systems and the Cardo voice activated assistant. At only 20mm wide, the Freecom will sit comfortably on the side of almost any helmet, in an almost hidden position.

Contact Cassons or head into your local motorcycle dealership to find out more information on Australian stock.

Pricing for the Freecom range is as follows: 4+ Duo has an RRP of $779.95, 2+ Duo has an RRP of $549.95 and the 1+ Duo has an RRP of $449.95. Click the links above to find out more!


Yamaha Q2
 

Share this:Share on Facebook
Facebook
Tweet about this on Twitter
Twitter