A Review of the Sena 10C

seraphtan

New member
Hello everyone!

I recently got myself a Sena 10C for Christmas, and did an amateur review on my little blog/site. And no, it's nowhere close to a professional review, and it hope it's easy to read if you do attempt to.

You can read my site here --> https://quintessentiallyseraph.wordpress.com/2016/01/26/a-review-of-the-sena-10c/

I'll always welcome comments, so that I can improve on my writing skills! =) So drop your comments here, or on the site itself!

Cheers,
Seraph
 

SteveADV

Active member
S..... Super job. I even watched a good part of your morning commute (riding withdrawal after a minor accident has kept me off my bike). Gotta get me a life;). Interesting site, too.
 

seraphtan

New member
S..... Super job. I even watched a good part of your morning commute (riding withdrawal after a minor accident has kept me off my bike). Gotta get me a life;). Interesting site, too.
Thank you so much!!

I intentionally chose that route for my morning commute as it would test the capabilities of the camera. From a day-time outdoor environment, to a low-light tunnel environment. That way, viewers will get to see how to camera handles the different light conditions. I'm also waiting for a really rainy day to capture, and I'll probably add that video into the review too.

Though I'll have to find some good music to go along with the video, instead of having the engine drone going on and on and on and on and on..........
 
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seraphtan

New member
Thank you so much!!

I intentionally chose that route for my morning commute as it would test the capabilities of the camera. From a day-time outdoor environment, to a low-light tunnel environment. That way, viewers will get to see how to camera handles the different light conditions. I'm also waiting for a really rainy day to capture, and I'll probably add that video into the review too.

Though I'll have to find some good music to go along with the video, instead of having the engine drone going on and on and on and on and on..........
Ohk.. I just realised that I actually HAVE a rainy day footage recorded from late last week. I'm uploading the video, and adding the link to the review today! =)
 

exavid

Member
I've had a bit of trouble with Sena's adhesive. I only use the clamp attachment on my helmet for the Bluetooth unit. Both myself and a friend who has a Sena unit on his helmet has had a slight problem keeping the microphone stuck to the chin bar on our helmets in hot weather. It gets to 100F+ around here in the summer and the adhesive gets soft and lets go. I used a dab of epoxy to secure the microphones which has held okay so far.
 

seraphtan

New member
I've had a bit of trouble with Sena's adhesive. I only use the clamp attachment on my helmet for the Bluetooth unit. Both myself and a friend who has a Sena unit on his helmet has had a slight problem keeping the microphone stuck to the chin bar on our helmets in hot weather. It gets to 100F+ around here in the summer and the adhesive gets soft and lets go. I used a dab of epoxy to secure the microphones which has held okay so far.
I'm in Singapore, and it gets to about 36 degrees Celcius here on a regular day. I've stuck on the Sena 10C on the left side of my helmet, and it hasn't given me any issues so far. I've been using it for close to a year.. Though it's good to know if there are more experiences like this.. At least we get a good gauge of what the general quality is like..
 
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