Cardo PACKTALK BOLD – TMW Review Preview!

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Cardo PACKTALK BOLD – TMW Review Preview!

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Cardo PACKTALK BOLD – TMW Review Preview!
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Total Motorcycle tests the new Cardo PACKTALK BOLD in the Rocky Mountains before bringing it along on our big Alaska motorcycle adventure. Is the BOLD worth the price? Is Dynamic Mesh Technology a game changer? How far as Cardo come since we tested the Cardo TeamSet PRO years ago? Stay tuned for an extensive review of the PACKTALK BOLD plus incredible Alaska motorcycle adventure photos! Please enjoy our 4-week Cardo PACKTALK BOLD preview below.


As consumer electronics are evolving at an astounding rate, our expectations have increased to match. Several years ago, when we first evaluated the Cardo Team Set PRO it was our first experience with a communication system that was functional for a long trip without sustained wind noise blasting in our ears while it was on. It really was a revelation because even though it was meant to be used rider to passenger only it allowed us to use it as a communications set even my “passenger” rides her own bike; we later upgraded to a Cardo G9. The G9 expanded on the functionality of the Team Set PRO, as well as the range. We regularly paired with a 3rd rider running a Cardo G9X while riding extensive tours in the Pacific Northwest, the Dakotas, and British Columbia. The benefits of this were felt every day on the road, alerting each other to problem areas up ahead or discussing lunch, gas and hotel stops. There were some short comings, however like most consumer electronics, you do not really know what you are missing until something new changes the rules and all your expectations...

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