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    Default New Uclear Motion Infinity BT headset

    Just got my new Uclear headset. The main reasons were Uclear sound is better than the Sena 30K and this new set has a few new features one of which is U-Safe Crash sensor which can call emergency numbers when it senses an impact even if you're unconscious. Don't even have to touch it to change the volume or song.

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    Any chance you know how the crash feature works? I got the 30K, I saw that new feature from Uclear but was wondering if it would automatically call for help if I took my helmet off and hung it too fast, or if I left the set on them my wife moved my helmet etc. I have a tendency of forgetting to turn Bluetooth off after a ride, so I went w Sena. Didn’t want cops showing up at my front door on the day my wife decides to “clean up”. Good to know sound quality is better. I’m happy w my 30K but always looking to new tech. I like mesh feature. Good luck, hope you love them for years to come.

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    Here is an image of the user manual that you can access on their website. It explained the Crash feature. I guess you can make 911 the number to call but they don't recommend it. You input up to 3 numbers to call that can be a close family member or friend that you ride with maybe. My idea is to put the number of a friend I ride with a lot so if we get separated and have a crash it will call that person. It's seems the ClearLink app has to be on for this to work.

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    Hope you will provide updates after you have used it a few times. I am seriously considering the same unit (for 3 riders). My main interest is one that allows radio on , stops for communication with fellow rider, and then automatically returns to radio. Of course clear communication with fellow rider(s) is top priority. I have an older version of uclear now but its time for an upgrade.

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    For Everyones Info
    Just remember when using cell 911 that it is transmitted to the hearest cell tower and then to a communication center that is nearest that tower. From my experience as a first responder we had a call to a neiighboring community when we arrived we found out that cell 911 was used and since this was on the borders of our communities and our communication center was the closest. So when we are out in the boonies just remember that what maybe the closest just might, just might not be the responding agency So if you wondeer what is taking so long that might be the case. Heaven forbid any of us need it to begin with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire34 View Post
    For Everyones Info
    Just remember when using cell 911 that it is transmitted to the hearest cell tower and then to a communication center that is nearest that tower. From my experience as a first responder we had a call to a neiighboring community when we arrived we found out that cell 911 was used and since this was on the borders of our communities and our communication center was the closest. So when we are out in the boonies just remember that what maybe the closest just might, just might not be the responding agency So if you wondeer what is taking so long that might be the case. Heaven forbid any of us need it to begin with.
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    You need to read post #3 and check out the image. It Uclear doesn't recommend using 911.

    Susie - 2018 RT-Limited with 7400 miles so far . . .
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    '04 GL1800 with 91k miles
    '97 GL1500 with 87k miles
    '95 GL1500 with 102k miles
    '89 GL1500 with 96k miles
    '83 GL1100 with 117k miles
    '81 Honda Silverwing with 36k miles
    '79 Kaw 400LTD with 26k miles
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