I'm getting the 10S as a Christmas present (found out accidentally). I did have the 20S on my Amazon Wishlist. Haven't dared say that "you got the wrong one".Better design, better cradle, more range, more battery time, better sound, radio receiver. I'm sure I've forgotten a few things, but I also own a 10S as well.
A friend has a 10s, we've been out for rides of 10+ hours. His battery life is not that much shorter then mine.I'm getting the 10S as a Christmas present (found out accidentally). I did have the 20S on my Amazon Wishlist. Haven't dared say that "you got the wrong one".
How much better is the battery time? That and the sound quality is what would be important to me. Where I often ride where I'd be using it there are no radio stations, nor is there any mobile phone and therefore, internet coverage. So, it'll be streaming either podcasts or music from my iPhone 6+.
No-one else whom I know has any sort of helmet comms, so interaction between other devices isn't an issue.
I had the SMH-10 and now have the 20s and they work just fine while charging.I have the 20s and they last all day. I carry a cord and small battery pack to plug it in just in case it dies. I'm not sure if the 10 can be used while it's charging.
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I have the SMH10 also. It works great. Battery lasts all day when communicating with other riders. I have paired it with a 20s with great results several times. Had to buy a new battery off Amazon for one of the units. Be careful, I broke the pins on one of the SMH10 some how.I have the SMH10 and it works well, haven't felt the need to upgrade. It can be used when charging, I keep the 12v plug in my saddlebag in case it dies during a ride.
It's a different model, with a new feature, FM reception. The electronics module has a revised, slimmer package design, (but it fits into the same helmet-mounted receptacle as the SMH10.) Sena claims longer range for it, which I cannot confirm, having only used it with SMH10 users.Is the SMH10 different to the 10S or the same model, but different naming (different markets)?