The CHIPS ULTRA are a universal True Wireless helmet audio solution. With glove-friendly controls, the CHIPS ULTRA make it easy to manage all music and voice functions. Connect CHIPS ULTRA to your Bluetooth device, drop them into your audio compatible helmet and listen to your best party playlist. Wires are just like icy man-made snow; lame. That’s why we came up with a completely True Wireless Bluetooth helmet audio system; the CHIPS ULTRA. Look ma, no wires (anywhere)! There’s no need to take off your gloves to adjust your music and you can leave your phone in your pocket. We’ve taken the CHIPS ULTRA and dropped in the latest Bluetooth technology making the ULTRAS the best snow helmet audio system ever.
The Bluetooth connection, built-in microphone, and simple button interface of the CHIPS 2.0 mean you can answer your next call without removing your helmet or gloves. No more fishing in your pants or pulling off your lid to tell your Ma you’ll be home in time for dinner. Just make sure you hang up before you start hassling ski patrol or debating skate laws with the police.
The CHIPS 2.0 come equipped with optimally tuned 40mm drivers to create incredible sound in your melon saver. You may not want to take your helmet off, ever. If this leads to people wearing lids on the street in the middle of summer, well, all we can say is: we set the trend.
The CHIPS 2.0 are compatible with Bern audio drop-ins.
Works with nearly any audio compatible helmet, the CHIPS ULTRA have gone next level and are completely independent of each other (truly wireless). Stream music from your Bluetooth audio device, completely tangle free. Each earpiece features a single oversized button that you can operate easily with your mittens still on. Simple button press combinations let you control every feature without ever removing your device from your pocket or pack.
MIPS Brain Protection System
Rotational motion can cause brain injuries. The low friction layer allows a sliding movement of 10-15 mm in all directions, reducing rotational motion to the brain during impact.