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Sena Tufftalk Earmuff Hard Hat Mount Communication System

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Sena Tufftalk Earmuff Hard Hat Mount Communication System
Item #: 39863
The SENA TuffTalk system features 3.1 Bluetooth technology, removable battery for charging, up to 15 hours of talk time, and a range of 0.7 miles with the long antenna.  If you are looking for an out of the box communication system, this is it.

Available in over the head model (39862)

Availability: In Stock


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Talk freely with up to 4 headsets through Bluetooth Intercom over a distance of up to 800 m, speaking openly and without interruption. The Tufftalk features Bluetooth 3.1 technology, allowing you communicate in crystal-clear HD audio. The HD-quality speakers deliver audio that’s clear and precise in every condition thanks to Sena’s Advanced Noise Control™ feature, ensuring that external noises won’t interfere with incoming and outgoing audio.

To provide as many communication solutions as possible, users also have the option to connect via two-way radio. The Tufftalk headset helps to dull loud, distracting noises for optimum comfort as well as providing the necessary protection from permanent damage to your hearing, making it the ideal solution for noisy work environments. Important external sounds can also be amplified using the Ambient Mode feature to increase the awareness of your surroundings and hear unexpected sounds or calls for help, while still protected through the 24 dB audio attenuation. For further protection needs, the Tufftalk also comes in a Hard Hat option for more active work environments.

The Tufftalk can be used for up to 15 hours of talk time with the included Lithium Ion rechargeable battery or 12 hours of talk time using 3 x AAA batteries. The innovative and intuitive Jog Dial makes controlling the Tufftalk easy to use, even with gloves on. Also equipped with VOX for Phone and Intercom, the voice activation makes answering calls or communicating via intercom a breeze.

Headset: 190 mm x 230 mm x 110 mm

Speaker: driver unit 32 mm – thickness 7.1 mm

Boom microphone length: 100 mm Weight: 408 g

Headset Profile (HSP)

Hands-Free Profile (HFP)

Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)

Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)

Bluetooth 3.1 Up to 800 m in open terrain with short antenna

Over-the-Head Earmuff Type:

  •  NRR (ANSI S3.19-1974, US): 24 dB
  •  SNR (EN352-1, EU): 31 dB, H= 35 dB, M= 27 dB, L= 21 dB

Advanced Noise Control

Built-in SBC Codec

Wide volume control

Sample rate: max. 48 kHz (DAC)

Radio region: worldwide

Radio frequency specifications: 76 - 108MHz

10 preset station memory with automatic scan function Built-in FM radio with RDS AF (Radio Data System Alternate Frequencies)

Charging time: 2.5 hours

Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 1.90 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand Sena Technology
Color Black
Certifications or Standards CE, FCC, IC

Customer Reviews

Not worth the money Review by Jay
I’m not happy with this product. It shuts it self off randomly, the range is awful and it’s really aggravating having to figure out their constant issues when it’s 0 degrees out and your fingers are frozen. (Posted on 1/17/2019)
Worth it Review by Doug
Works awesome. I love it and it works well with the crew. They are pricey, they are bulky, but they are well worth it (Posted on 9/4/2018)
OK Review by Jay
They have quirks that i still have not figured out. I think they work well but they are not worth the asking price. Make it more user friendly for the blue collar man Please! (Posted on 4/30/2018)
Not happy with sena tuff talk Review by Bedford tree man
They look great and are when working as they should. Serious antenna problem and static with short antenna very limited distance
Need to back to r and d before selling these as is
Sent 3 pairs back for refund (Posted on 11/13/2017)
Brilliant concept but mediocre design and durability. Review by Matt
Fantastic product once you get it all figured out and connected. Comfortable and simple design is great. They are a must have for worksite communication. They make things SO much easier and of course safer. However....the antenna design is poor. You have the long antenna and the short one. Only wear the long one when you have to! It will get caught up on branches and such and rip off EASILY. Best used for long distance flagging and such. The antennae is held on with sodder the size of a pencil tip and if they break off then your system is useless. With as rough and tumble as many Arborist's jobs are then durability level should go up. Perhaps Water PROOF, hidden antenna and a microphone that doesn't have a screw that will consistently keep backing out.
Being able to communicate like this at the worksite is absolutely the greatest. Big hit with the crews. They just need to be tougher. We babied them too. ;^) Kept them in nice cases, cleaned them, etc...
One more thing! Maintenance plan of some kind. Something like AppleCare that MAC offers. If something does happen to your SENA or it needs a "Tune up" make it so we can send it in at a low cost and ease. Perhaps through Sherrilltree or through SENA themselves. k Thanks again, Sherrilltree! You rock! (Posted on 7/26/2017)
It is a must half to prevent Miss Communications and or accidents I highly recommend this product Review by ELITE ARB20
At first I was a skeptic about how did Communications. Work before It was using two way- radios they were static and the battery didn't last now we 2 months of using your product l highly recommended for when things are hectic and when your training a new climber is a must half at the beginning we have problems with the pairing once we watched a video and read. The instructions carefully we were linked every time some return on their radios we were there ready to go work .Thank you senas for making this product for the industry and thank you to sherryl Tree for the fasted delivery. (Posted on 2/20/2017)
Good Investment Review by PPA
Great product. A little complicated to get going but well worth the investment for Safety. (Posted on 1/26/2017)