$1 Bike to bike communication - Fry's Electronics

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  • Naru

Posted September 28, 2003 - 02:00 PM


This is a post for anyone (especially in San Diego) that has a Fry's Electronics close to their house. I had been wanting a cheap helmet communication sys. for quite some time, and coincidentally, Fry's has all the parts on sale for $1 PER BIKE after rebate(including radio!!). So, here it goes. Right now, Fry's has 2-packs of Columbia FRS22 GMRS radios on sale from 39.99 down to 25.00 with a 25.00 rebate (or free in other words). Also, they have Coby CV-M15 hands-free earphone/microphone setups on sale from $12.99 down to $0.99. So, after the radio rebate, each communication system costs you $1.00! Now, you do need to use the PTT button on the radio itself to communicate (instead of VOX), but it does have a belt clip that can hold the system to your chest protector. It may not be a baja designs communication kit, but its a buck, and a really good way to introduce all of your buddies to in-helmet communication.

Also, I should mention that the Coby is INCREDIBLY easy to dissasemble down to the wires, so routing it through your pads shouldn't be hard.

  • XR650Rocketman

Posted September 28, 2003 - 07:38 PM


We have Fry's right here in Central Texas....I'll check them out in the morning.

Steve Smith

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  • Naru

Posted September 28, 2003 - 07:53 PM


Oh.. I wasn't aware there were Fry's outside of California. Post was edited accordingly. Thanks. :)

  • Greg555

Posted December 06, 2004 - 05:58 PM


theres one here

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  • craft

Posted December 06, 2004 - 11:39 PM


Now that's funny. :cry:

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