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Old 01-30-2013, 03:34 AM   #31 (permalink)
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I'd like a set please. It would be great to communicate on the trails.
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(or rather, I would suck less if owned a sweet communicator set...)
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I'll throw my hat in! Coms are very handy and can be useful for safety. Plus my old chatterbox quit working a few years ago.
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The lucky winner for this month's Cardo Scala Rider G4 Powerset contest is: Mikesnowman



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HCS in collaboration with Cardo Systems Inc. would like to give away the best snowmobile communication device in the industry – the Cardo Scala Rider G4 Powerset for Snowmobiles.

Not only will you be able to communicate hands-free with your fellow snowmobilers, but you can use the Cardo Scala Rider G4 Powerset to listen to music, navigate with GPS and more.

*** The lucky winner for this month's Cardo Scala Rider G4 Powerset contest is: Mikesnowman

Full product details can be found here, but here are the highlights:

- Bluetooth-enabled (can connect to virtually any other Bluetooth device—GPS, mobile phone, etc.)
- Allows you to talk hands-free to up to three different snowmobile drivers or four different people on two snowmobiles
- Fits virtually all snowmobile helmets
- Software updates available via easy connection with your PC
- Built-in FM radio tuner or connect to your MP3 player via cord or bluetooth
- Up to 10 hours of talk time with a rechargeable battery
- Weather-tested in Alaska

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Check out our November 2012 contest winner firemandan:


"I got it installed and linked to my phone and mp3 player fairly easily. Haven't set up the second unit on my buddies helmet yet, so I can't comment on the com feature, but the wireless tunes works well - Plenty of volume to hear it over the sled. The buttons are large enough they should work well with gloves."

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