The BlueAnt Interphone F4 supports Bluetooth v2.1 and multipoint technology for connecting two devices at the same time. It includes digital signal processor to reduce wind and road noise and enable clarity of sound in speeds of up to 110 mph.
The headset supports bike-to-bike Intercom Mode for rider to passenger communication or intercom communication between two riders (both with F4) up to 1,640 feet apart. Moreover, it also supports voice dialing.
Other than serving as a Bluetooth headset for your phone, the Interphone F4 can also be used for wireless music streaming and to hear GPS directions. The device offer 10 hours of talk time and up to 700 hours standby. The system is available for purchasing at $225.
“We are excited to delight yet another group of drivers with the value of voice functionality,” said Taisen Maddern, Executive Chairman of BlueAnt Wireless in a release for the press.
“All features are included with the motorcycle enthusiast in mind such as A2DP for wireless music enjoyment, technology to minimize external noise and the ability to withstand exposure from the elements, particularly rain. Whether using the F4 on a solo ride or conversing with other F4 users on a group ride, your trip is going to be that much safer and enjoyable with this communications system.”