Yes you can, the rugged design of the Terrano-X complies with the stringent IP67 water- and dustproof requirements and can therefore be used under heavy rain or snow conditions.
Yes you can. The Terrano-X provides great speech and sound quality even under very windy conditions.
The patented hovering speakers were designed for maximum safety and for optimal comfort: Unlike in-the-ear alternatives, the Terrano hovering speakers don’t block vital surrounding traffic noise. In addition, by not touching the ear, riders avoid skin-irritation, especially during longer rides or challenging rides.
With the Terrano-X fully charged you can talk up to 6 hours, we recommend that you charge the unit once back from a ride. Ideally, you should keep the unit in its cradle on the helmet while charging.
Just tap briefly on the right channel bottom ( A or B ) to resume the connection.
Yes you can, provided you paired you device. However while the intercom mode is activated you will not hear the instructions via device.
From time-to-time Terrano publishes free software updates, including feature enhancements and improvements. Check our Website for updates or register with us for updates notifications.
In conference mode, i.e. simultaneous multi-party conversation, we recommend up to three riders. In toggling mode, i.e. 1:1 conversations between two riders at a time, the Terrano-X works between up to 4 riders.
There is no reasons for concern at all. The Terrano-X not only complies with all North American and European regulatory standards but actually exposes users way below any threshold could that pose a potential health risk.
No, the Terrano-X unit is very light, it weighs only 1.75 oz. and its award winning aerodynamic design minimizes wind drag.