If you're looking for the perfect helmet-to-helmet communication setups to use when riding your Polaris RZR, you've come to the right place. We offer a variety of helmet communication systems that you can use in your side-by-side, but also on bikes and quads as an all-machine accessory. Unlike other helmet communication systems that are big and bulky, the ones you'll find here at Everything Polaris RZR steak, small, and easy to carry in a backpack or Camelpack. We've got something for riders with any budget, from top-of-the-line systems with all the bells and whistles to lower-end devices that just get the job done. BaoFeng and their UV-5R Dual Band Two Way Radio is a great one that many riders use, and the helmet kits by Rugged Radios are popular as well. No matter what type of in-helmet comm system you're looking for, we've got the unit for you.
While some in-helmet communications systems rely on cell service, others utilize radios and walkie talkie technology to ensure that you're always connected. And because they are wireless, your hands will always be free to grip the wheel. With intercom functionality, you can pair your in-helmet kit with a variety of transmitters and receivers. It doesn't matter if you're talking to the passenger to your right, or the group leader up ahead, your voice will be coming in loud and clear with an in-helmet Polaris RZR communication device. Using a combination of microphones, headsets, and other devices such as an integrated DWO-3 bluetooth system, you can have the ability to use your mobile phone or another type of communication device hands-free and with minimal focus. And while you're not communicating, connect your MP3 player or phone to play your favorite songs and get pumped up while you're driving. Use a 60-watt radio in your helmet when in an RZR, then swap it out with a 5-watt radio when you're on a bike or quad to communicate with everyone. High fidelity and hassle-free communication in your Polaris RZR is easy, so why not utilize the latest and greatest in helmet communication kits?