Outdoor Tech Chips Ultra Wireless Bluetooth Helmet Audio

Outdoor Tech Chips Ultra Wireless Bluetooth Helmet Audio
Outdoor Tech Chips Ultra Wireless Bluetooth Helmet Audio
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Chips Ultra Wireless Bluetooth Helmet Audio by Outdoor Tech
Slip the Chips Ultra into your audio compatible helmet of choice and enjoy clear and crisp audio during your day on the slopes. While you are skiing or riding you will not only be able to listen to music but also simply answer phone calls, which really helps when you are playing hooky.

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SKU: OTCZ009
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