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TĀG 2.0 - the speaker for your ski and snowboard helmet

TĀG 2.0 - the speaker for your ski and snowboard helmet

Regular price €149,00 EUR
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Headwave TĀG 2.0 - the speaker for your ski helmet or snowboard helmet

– Music, completely wireless –

We believe that anything fun is even better with the right music! That's why we invented Headwave TĀG.

TĀG is the new standard in helmet speakers.

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passt an jeden Helm

  • easy installation

    Headwave can be installed within 2 minutes.

    Clean the helmet, stick on the adhesive pad, remove the protective film, press the TĀG firmly, done.

  • Long battery life

    More than 12 hours for navigation announcements

    5-7 hours with music (depending on the genre of music)

  • 3D sounds

    Headwave creates a spatial sound and does not block the ears.

  • temperature resistant

    Headwave can withstand temperatures from -15°C to 50°C and is therefore also prepared for the toughest adventures.

  • Bluetooth

    Connects to everyone
    Bluetooth® enabled device

  • Bombproof at the helmet

    Adhesive pad ACXPlus Tesa® extremely strong adhesive pad,
    – but can be removed without leaving any residue

  • wireless

    Headwave uses the helmet as a speaker. The electronics are on the outside of the helmet, the sound is in the helmet.

  • Waterproof

    waterproof, dustproof, shockproof

    IP67, waterproof due to laser-welded housing

"getestet und für geil befunden!"

Annika Wolf

Der Oberhammer!

Gestern gelesen, heute Besitzer! Konnte gar nicht glauben was ich da alles gelesen habe!!!! Aber es ist wahr. Der Oberhammer. Laufe schon den ganzen Tag mit dem Helm in der Wohnung rum. Da ist euch ein Geniestreich gelungen!


Marko Mar

Der Sound ist raumfüllend, kräftig und satt. So habe ich tatsächlich noch nie Musik in einem Helm erlebt.


Dazu passt perfekt:


Do I need anything to use Headwave TĀG

You need a helmet, a Bluetooth®-enabled cell phone or "music player" and a desire to play music - that's all. For those who, against all odds, are still (proud?) owners of clamshell phones from the '90s - you're most likely out of luck.

Does Headwave TĀG also fit my helmet? I have a [insert helmet brand, model and size here].

Sure, of course. TĀG is made of TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) and is flexible (Shore hardness: 70A).

It adapts optimally to the radius of your helmet. You shouldn't fold it in half though - remember what happens with the iPhone.

Is Headwave TĀG waterproof?

Absolutely. You can take it out into the rain as often and as long as you want. We've designed TĀG to IP67 standards, which means it's completely dust and water resistant. You could even use it underwater - but if you're going deep into the South Seas, it's best left in your pocket.

How long does the battery last

TĀG uses Li-Ion batteries with a total of 580mAh. The battery usually lasts 7-9 hours with music and full volume - so enough for a full day trip.

For those who commute to work by motorcycle every day, TĀG can probably use 2-3+ days before needing to be recharged. Run time depends on music genre and volume. Broadcasting only navigation instructions will last the battery almost infinitely. You can easily charge it via USB.

How big is TAG

TĀG is 123mm x 61mm at its longest points and just over 2cm thick in the middle. TĀG is designed to seamlessly fit your helmet and fits any motorcycle helmet - no matter the size or shape. TAG weighs 150g.

How is TĀG attached to the helmet

Magic! Okay, seriously, we use high-performance automotive tape to securely attach TĀG to the helmet. If necessary, you can remove it at any time without leaving any residue and without special tools.

Is that not dangerous? It seems so dangerous. Really now: is it dangerous?

It's ONLY dangerous if you try to swallow it - TĀG is 100% indigestible. But why eat it when you can listen to music with it? - Especially since half-digested products are non-returnable. Seriously, it's not dangerous at all. As with any audio device, TĀG should be used responsibly to enjoy music on the slopes at a volume where you can hear and respond to loud shouts, sirens and other warning signals. And, just in case there is someone out there who doesn't know: If you listen to music that is too loud for a long time, you can damage your hearing. The ear, nose and throat doc knows everything else. TĀG is also CE/MIC/ARCM/FCC certified (for EU, Japan, Australia and US) to ensure user safety and ensure our users are alive - and our products forever able to buy!

Where are the speakers actually located in the helmet?

Okay, because it seems unbelievable, let's say it again: The entire helmet becomes your very own concert hall - your very own Concert Capsule™! Everything is outside, so your helmet still fits perfectly (or whatever it is currently sitting on your head...).

How can I make TĀG even louder?

If you look into the music settings in your phone, you can find the items "Maximum volume", "Adjust volume" and "EQ". All three points need to be off for TĀG to give everything he can.

Ich habe ein Samsung Galaxy und irgendwie ist mein PATCH nicht laut genug.

Wenn du ein Samsung Galaxy hast, solltest du für das optimale Sounderlebnis in den Einstellungen Dolby Atmosaktivieren.

Tippe dazu auf Einstellungen und öffne Töne und Vibration.

Tippe auf Tonqualität und Effekte.

Aktiviere dort Dolby Atmos.

Hinweis: bei einigen Geräten ist die Funktion erst dann verfügbar, wenn dein Smartphone mit Kopfhörern oder externen Lautsprechern verbunden ist

Do I need to remove the logos from the helmet manufacturer before sticking TĀG on

Yes, all stickers must be removed in the area where you stick TĀG. Stickers with reflective material in particular block the transmission of vibrations to an amazing extent.

Does the position of TĀG on the helmet matter

Yes, for the best sound experience, position TĀG in the center back. If TĀG sticks very high, the high notes carry more and you have less bass. If you stick it all the way down, you have fewer high tones but an almost extreme bass. If you stuck it somewhere on the side of the helmet, the sound would be very unbalanced.

What is the easiest way to solve TĀG?

The easiest way to do this is with an old credit card and good old arm strength.

Just go under the rim of TĀG with the credit card and slowly release it.
TĀG forms a particularly strong bond with some helmets. Please do not use any sharp objects to loosen TĀG. This could damage your helmet. The magic bullet at this point is a hair dryer. TĀG dissolves much more easily with heat.

Can you get a headache from the vibrations?

You really shouldn't. No headwaver has ever complained about a headache. So you could be the first... (which we hope not of course)

The bass is really heavy. What can I do

If the bass vibrations are too much for you, just go to your phone's music settings and set the equalizer to "less bass".

Can the people around me hear my music too?

The volume outside the helmet is significantly quieter than directly in the helmet. However, if you are queuing for the lift, you may want to consider pausing your music.

Can I also make calls with TĀG

TĀG was made for listening to music and optimized for playing music. There is no built-in microphone to make calls.

However, you can buy the Headwave microphone. Then you can use Headwave for phone calls and for the language assistant.

Link to Headwave Microphone

How is TĀG operated

Very easily via your mobile phone or any other Bluetooth®-enabled device.

However, you can also get one of our Bluetooth remote controls.

Okay, you got me, but I gotta test this thing before I get my hands on it.

Then just drop by our headquarters in Berlin. You can also visit us in different cities and at various events.

We also always offer a 30-day return policy. So you can test the device on your own helmet for 30 days and if you don't become friends, simply send it back. However, the return costs are on you.