The ski helmet intercom is a communication tool installed inside your snow helmet where your ears rest place, being popular among skiers for both professionals and amateurs. You can use it to talk to your partners, listen to music, utilize the GPS, or take calls during skiing, or other intense sports like motorcycling, climbing, bike racing, parachuting, and so on. There are different types, some with two-way communication microphones with speakers, some are wireless headphones, and some are Bluetooth communicators. Here we refer to them collectively as helmet intercoms. Today’s blog will list five factors you should think about before purchasing.
  • Size and types
  • Audio quality
  • Operation
  • Wireless communication technology
  • Transmission range
Moman helmet intercom can apply to many intense sports, such as skiing, riding, climbing and more. They are suitable for kinds of helmets.

1. Is it the right size and type that fits the helmet?

As a tool to be installed inside, the ski helmet intercom needs to have two characteristics. One is strong and sturdy enough that it will not fall out under high-speed movement. The second is to have the right size, not too big, and much more that will not squeeze your ears to pain. So before choosing a suitable product, you can make some preparations, such as measuring your head circumference and the size of the helmet. Use a soft measuring tape first, from an inch above your eyebrows, circle your head's widest point, and get the dimension. And it is also important that the ski helmet BlueTooth intercom’s structural design is as soft, smooth, and comfortable as possible for its contact surface with your ears, and will not cause damage to your skin when you wear it because of friction. In addition, please make sure it is suitable for your helmet type beforehand, after all, there is retro type, uncover type, and full and half type.

2. Do you have a strict requirement for its audio quality?

Although it may not be as critical as regular headphones that you wear in many other situations, the audio quality of the music transmission for the ski helmet is essential. And when you use Bluetooth communicators to talk to your friends, you also want to be able to receive messages from others clearly. During snowboarding, you should be doing a number of things. While you balance, enjoy the snow, take in the breathtaking view, and do other activities, you must pay close attention to the synchronization of your body parts. That doesn't imply that you require audio of the finest caliber.

3. Is the ski helmet microphone easy to use and control?

This is crucial since you don't want to often take your gloves on and off to change the music or answer the phone. All knobs must be easy to press even while wearing gloves. While some of our headphones may be managed by tapping your helmet, others can only be spoken into. It's critical that your smartphone or media player connects to your helmet.

Moman H4 earphones set for snow helmet is certainly designed to have the kind of simple operation. Long press the power button for 3 seconds and it would automatically pair to your smartphone. And the buttons of volume up and down, call’ pick up, and hang up are all obviously on the speaker bar which is easy to access. When speaking of H4’s installment, it’s also really easy to learn how to put headphones in ski helmet. When wearing it with a full-face helmet, just be careful to provide enough space for the chin.

Moman H4 motorcycle helmet earphone supports music streaming and take calls. It has a built in li-ion 180mAh battery for long runtime.

4. Which is better, Bluetooth or wireless?

The wireless communication technology that the snowboard helmet intercom adopt is often separated into two types Bluetooth and wireless. As there are always benefits and drawbacks, it might be challenging to choose which is the better option. The audio quality is often greater and the battery life is longer with a pairing connection. But a Bluetooth-enabled helmet is unquestionably more comfortable than one with cables. All of the options above, as well as many helmets with audio, employ wireless Bluetooth connection methods.

5. What’s the maximum transmission range between two packs?

One of the biggest features of the intercom is its communication function. When this applies to skiing, the transmission range between two skiers becomes an important factor to consider. The typical range varies from a few hundred meters, enough to allow communication between you and your teammates to spread clearly within the usual distance. Moman H1 ski helmet wireless audio with a fair range of up to 1500 meters is outstanding on the market. It has a clear sound output and DSP noise reduction that can make your speaking and receiving have high clarity.

Moman H1 BlueTooth intercom has single pack and two skier pack to purchase. It enables you to communicate freely with clear audio and stunning run time of 30 hours.


An intercom is not only a practical tool for you to exchange information with your partners, but it also enables you to enjoy music while enjoying the scenery on the sliding skis. Selecting the best ski helmet intercom for yourself is not a simple matter, although they are not expensive, in order to prevent situations like finding out that it does not ideal and reacquire another one after the purchase, it is better to think about the five things above that need to be considered at the beginning and pick the one that suits you best.

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