The SF Series was designed to give riders the exact features they need for their ideal riding scenario. The SF1 allows for 1 Bluetooth connection to a smartphone, MP3 player or GPS while both the SF2 and SF4 offer Intercom functionality. All SF models include brand new capabilities such as Audio Overlay™, Quick Charging and microphone mute option features. The SF Series boast a a sleek and low profile design that will fit on almost any helmet.
Whether you’re commuting to work or primarily ride solo, the SF1 has you covered. The SF1 was created to give solo riders all of the awesome Bluetooth features that they need, without the ones they don’t. The SF1 pairs to your phone allowing for music streaming, taking and making phone calls, and hearing turn-by-turn GPS directions. The SF1 also allows VOX Phone commands.
For riders looking to communicate with their passenger, the SF2 provides simple Rider to Passenger 2-way intercom communication up to 800 m (880 yards) in open terrain. For those who ride in small groups, the SF4 is equipped with 4-way intercom over 1.2 kilometers (0.8 miles). Both models let riders enjoy smartphone connectivity. Riders can listen to music and use the intercom simultaneously using the Audio Overlay™ feature. Please note that Audio Overlay works best with Android devices, while iOS offers limited functionality.
There are no clamps or screws needed to connect the device. Simply use the hook & fastener or double-sided adhesive tape to securely attach the SFR Bluetooth device to your motorcycle helmet. Plus, the SFR has quick charging capabilities, so you will be ready to start your ride in no time.
You’ll never have to worry about your Bluetooth device capabilities becoming obsolete. Just register once, and you’ll get all firmware updates for free—extending the life and value of your purchase.Device Manager
If you already know the functionality of your device and want to keep it that way, you can download previous firmware versions to your device through the Device Manager.
Click here to see Firmware History.