We are proud to announce that Cardo and KTM have joined forces to launch a special edition unit of the premium PACKTALK EDGE. The ‘KTM PACKTALK EDGE’ is compact, light and perfectly syncs with the advanced tech, power and thrills that KTM riders will feel through their handlebars.
The KTM PACKTALK EDGE is a top-of-the-range mobile communication and connectivity unit for riders and has been especially created for ‘orange bleeders’ ready to share their experiences whether ripping up the tarmac, terrorizing a trail or getting ruthless with a rut.
The alignment between KTM and Cardo Systems means the KTM PACKTALK EDGE comes with a distinctive KTM color and graphics, as well as many other attributes. The Bluetooth unit is water, dust and mudproof and comes with a unique magnetic ‘Air Mount’ which offers a universal fit of the slimline and antenna-free unit to all helmets. The KTM PACKTALK EDGE is as easy to handle as any KTM model.
Federico Valentini, KTM Head of Global Marketing: “Our alliance with Cardo means we can celebrate two things that are really important to us at KTM. The first is equipping KTM riders with leading technology to maximize their riding experience and we know that Cardo are one of the best partners to be able to achieve this. The KTM PACKTALK Edge is a great piece of kit that will really help make a difference to any shared trip with say a KTM DUKE or KTM ADVENTURE. The second is making sure that any journey with a KTM is as fun and thrilling and memorable as it can be. If this is done with friends or bike buddies then even better and where the KTM PACKTALK Edge becomes pretty indispensable.”
KTM and Cardo PACKTALK EDGE Essential info
- Special Edition KTM PACKTALK EDGE based on the Cardo Systems PACKTALK EDGE device
- Waterproof, dustproof, mudproof external unit attached with a magnetic ‘Air Mount’ system to any helmet
- High-end Bluetooth device with voice-operated system and control, JBL-spec and quality speakers
- Connects up to 15 riders across an 8km range
- Fully charged in two hours for 13 hours of talk time