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Read my mutterings:
I just want a cheap and cheerful way of keeping the missus (or my son) happy on the back. I thought Autocom/Starcom cost hundreds. But eBay's a thought....What was wrong with the Backchat, then? (Although if they won't refund the money, that is a consideration...)
I WILL need to get an intercom system when we go away this year i want something that will fit on the bike instead of carrying a "black box" round it will also need to be capable of bike to bike is there such a system?
I came to this site by accident as I was looking to see if I can add a phone attachment to my current Backchat system & feel there is a bit of an imbalance here, I have no connection to any dealers/suppliers but I can honestly say I think the Backchat system is fantastic, I am on my second system now as I lost the first one through my own stupidity (long story involving careless packing whilst moving house.....one black bag looks very much like another!)
The system is basic which makes it simple enough, my wife and I have used the system on many weekend trips and two pan European tours, I can vouch for the ability to hold normal conversation up to & including silly speeds.
The best bit about it being simple is that there are no batteries, wires etc. it simply consists of rubber tubes from mouth to ear (although I'm sure the designer would point out it's more complex than that)
It goes without saying this is only a rider to pillion system and rubber tubes between two bikes wouldn't be practical.
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