SENA announces 10UPAD

IRVINE, Calif. (August 8, 2017) – Sena Technologies, Inc., the global leader in Bluetooth innovation for the motorsports, action sports and outdoor sports lifestyles, has announced today the release of the 10Upad Bluetooth Communication System. The 10Upad was designed specifically for the HJC IS-17 and simply snaps into the inner body of the helmet. A left, and a right cheek pad are the all in one solution for users of the HJC IS-17.  

The 10Upad, HJC communication system, was created with an innovative unibody design for simplified installation into the HJC IS-17. Take your helmet to the next level with HD speakers, microphone, and Bluetooth 4.1 technology packed into two easy to install cheek pads. From the outside of the helmet, the 10Upad system is completely undetectable, and to install, simply replace the helmet’s existing cheek pads and you’re ready to ride connected.


Listen to music, take and make phone calls, hear turn-by-turn GPS navigation, and more all through the 10Upad. The three button control is located at the bottom of the left cheek pad for easy operation of the 10Upad while riding. Connect with other riders via four-way Bluetooth intercom up to 900 meters away. The 10Upad is equipped with universal intercom, music sharing, and Advanced Noise Control™. Advanced Noise Control™ greatly reduces wind and road noise without sacrificing awareness of your surroundings. The 10Upad also boasts an impressive 10 hours of talk time. Check out the webpage or our Youtube for an indepth video explanation of this game changing new product.

The new 10Upad is compatible with all Sena accessories such as our line of handlebar remotes as well as the Sena Headset App and the new Sena RideConnected App. The Sena headset app allows for simplified configuration of the 10Upad, while the RideConnected App allows riders to communicate with riders all over the world via a mobile network. The 10Upad will be available for the retail price of $199 from your local dealers as well as, and will soon be available for the HJC IS-MAX II and the Shoei RF-1200 as well.


Peter Pawlus