COROS Linx is an Open-ear precision audio bike helmet
: In stock
No more earbuds! The world’s first helmet with open-ear bone conduction so cyclists can hear traffic and the environment while tuning in to music, friends, nav, & ride data.
Introducing the industry’s first cycling helmet that gives riders the freedom to SAFELY enjoy audio wirelessly from their smartphone, with no earbuds or distractions and complete awareness to vehicles and roadside hazards. With LINX, you get a high performance cycling helmet + smart remote + app, wirelessly integrated with patent pending RideAware™ precision audio to get a richer, more tuned-in experience, without compromise to safety.
LINX delivers cyclists' demands of safety and performance and digital lifestyle demands of smartphone connectivity, audio, and instant accessibility. Coros connects bikers hands/ears/eyes-free to their music, friends, bike teammates, voice navigation, and ride data (with future functionality planned) to deliver the ultimate riding experience.
First wave of Coros Linx Helmets started shipping on November 17th 2016.
- Material: Polycarbonate shell with EPS impact foam
- Ventilation: Aerodynamic optimized, 15 vents
- Speaker type: bone conduction transducers
- Speaker sensitivity: 100 ± 3dB
- Frequency response: 100Hz-20KHz
- Microphone: Wind resistant, top mounted
- Battery: Rechargeable Lithium; 10+ hrs play/talk time
- Indicator: LED for operation, charge, low battery
- Compatibility: Bluetooth 4.0; iOS, Android devices
- Helmet weight: Approx. 400 grams
- Consumer Product Safety Commission certified
- Medium: 21 ¼ - 23" around head, or 54-58 cm, or 6 ¾ - 7 ¼ hat
- Large: 22 ½ - 24" around head, or 57-61 cm, or 7 ⅛ - 7 ¾ hat
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I have looked for a solution for a while to help me listen to music whilst still being able to hear the traffic. Tried the one-ear-buds (but just sounds weird) and was looking for an alternative. I am a triathlete so I am used to bone conduction when swimming, but this was the first I had tried on a bike. Definitely takes some getting used to, but its great once you are tuned into it. Love my music so wouldn't live without this.