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communication in motion ™
Gebrauchsanleitung
Guide d’Utilisation
Guida di Avvio
Guia de Usario
User Guide
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Congratulations, and thank you for choosing the scala
rider FM Bluetooth Headset for Motorcycle helmets.
CONTENTS OF RETAIL BOX
Volume
Up
Headset
The scala rider FM headset offers the following uses:
Cover tongue
& Charging
Jack
1. Bluetooth headset for mobile phone communication,
supporting Headset *and Handsfree* profiles (10m /
33 ft. range)
2. Transmitting GPS navigation instructions from a
Bluetooth enabled GPS device
3. FM Radio – built in FM radio receiver with six preset
stations
4. MP3 Connectivity – Listen to your MP3 Player while
riding
This manual will help you operate the headset, but
you should first familiarize yourself with the Bluetooth
functionality of your mobile phone and/or GPS device
before using the scala rider FM.
Cardo wishes you an enjoyable and safe scala rider FM
experience!
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INTRODUCTION
Volume
Down
CTRL – Control Button
• Power On, Power Off
• Answer or initiate calls
• Pair
Radio button
• End / Reject calls
• Redial Function
• Radio On/Off
Left Speaker
(short cord)
Helmet Clamp
Right Speaker
(long cord)
Microphone
Tab
Back
Plate
Sliding Plate
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* Mobile phones that do not support the Bluetooth Handsfree profile may prevent you
from using the Redial and Call Reject features.
NOTE: The use of
two speakers may be
illegal in certain jurisdictions.
Please check the local regulations
and act accordingly.
MP3
Jack
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SET UP AND CONFIGURATION
Wall Charger
Allen Wrench
Velcro Pads
MP3 Cable
FM Radio
MP3 Cable Holder
Mobile Phone
Glue Plate
GPS
MP3 Player
Pre-moistened Towelette
Carry-Pouch
Microphone Sponges
Flat sponge for full-face helmets and round sponge for other helmet types
User Guide, including Warranty and Registration form
IMPORTANT:
The scala rider FM is a water-resistant device, designed for use under
moderate rain or snow conditions. However, the headset is not
waterproof and should not be used under severe weather conditions.
The cover tongue protecting the Charging Jack should be kept tightly
closed at all times to prevent moisture from entering the device.
BEFORE USING (CHARGING THE
HEADSET)
Make sure that the headset is fully charged for at least four hours
before initial use.
1. Connect the wall charger to the headset’s Charging Jack (located
between the two Volume Buttons).
2. While charging, the Red Light turns on (it may take up to 15
seconds until the Red Light turns on). When charging is complete,
the Red Light will turn off.
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SET UP FOR MOBILE PHONE CALLS
If you have a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone and would like
to make and receive phone calls using the scala rider FM, you
must first pair your headset to the mobile phone.
Pairing is a one time process. Once the headset is paired to a
specific mobile phone during this Setup Procedure, they will
remain paired and automatically recognize each other whenever
they are within range. If the connection between the phone and
headset is lost, tap the CTRL button to reconnect the devices.
TO PAIR THE SCALA RIDER FM TO A BLUETOOTH MOBILE PHONE
1. Turn on your phone and make sure its Bluetooth function is
activated.
2. With the scala rider FM headset turned OFF, press and hold the
CTRL Button until the Red and Blue Lights begin rapidly alternating.
3. Search for Bluetooth devices on your phone by following the
phone’s instructions. Please consult your phone’s User Manual
for more information.
NOTE: If the Pairing process is not completed within two minutes the
headset will return to Standby mode.
With some mobile phones, you may need to tap the CTRL button
to connect the headset to the phone after pairing is complete.
The scala rider FM headset will automatically connect to the last
phone connected to the headset.
SET UP FOR BLUETOOTH GPS DEVICE
If you have a Bluetooth enabled GPS device and would like to transmit
navigation instructions and sounds from the GPS
device through the headset’s speakers, please follow
instructions described in section below “TO PAIR THE
SCALA RIDER FM TO A BLUETOOTH GPS DEVICE”
If you want to use your mobile phone and your GPS device with the
scala rider FM headset, you should proceed as follows:
1. Pair your GPS device to your mobile phone (Please consult your GPS
device’s User Manual for more information).
2. Pair your headset to the GPS device as described below.
NOTE: Not all Bluetooth enabled GPS devices allow connections to
Bluetooth headsets like the scala rider FM. Please consult your GPS
device’s User Manual for more information.
TO PAIR THE SCALA RIDER FM TO A BLUETOOTH GPS DEVICE:
1. Turn on your GPS device.
2. With the scala rider FM headset turned OFF, press and hold
the CTRL Button until the Red and Blue Lights begin rapidly
alternating.
3. Search for Bluetooth headsets on your GPS device by following
the device’s instructions. Please consult your GPS device’s User
Manual for more information.
4. If your GPS device prompts for a PIN or Passkey enter 0000
(four zeros).
5. Your GPS device will confirm that pairing has succeeded. The
headset will begin flashing slowly in Blue.
6. If you wish to use a Bluetooth mobile phone to make and
receive calls through the headset, you must now pair your
mobile phone to your GPS device by following your GPS and/
or mobile phone’s instructions.
NOTE: If the Pairing process is not completed within two
minutes the headset will return to Standby mode.
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4. After a few seconds the phone will list the scala-rider FM as a
discovered device. Select it and follow your phone’s instructions
to accept the pairing.
5. When prompted enter 0000 (four zeros) as your PIN or passkey.
6. Your phone will confirm that pairing has succeeded and the
headset will begin flashing slowly in Blue.
ATTACHING THE CLAMP ON THE HELMET
The Helmet Clamp must be attached to the left side of the helmet. Once
attached, the headset unit can be mounted or released from the Helmet
Clamp at any time. If you wish to connect your MP3 player to you headset, please refer first to the assembly instructions listed in section: USING
THE MP3 PLAYER WITH YOUR HEADSET. There are two methods that can
be used in order to attach the Clamp onto the helmet:
Standard Method: Recommended for most helmet types.
Glue Plate Method: Recommended for helmets to which the standard method cannot be
applied, using the Glue Plate included in the box.
Standard Method
1. Use the enclosed Allen Wrench to loosen the two screws on
the Back Plate.
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2. Slide the Back Plate between the internal padding
and the external shell of the helmet.
3. Adjust the clamp’s location so that the
microphone is located opposite your
mouth and then tighten the screws.
You may need to reposition the Clamp
repeatedly until you identify the best
spot. The microphone must be positioned
vertically and not horizontally.
Glue Plate Method
You have the option to glue the Helmet Clamp
onto your helmet, when the above standard method cannot be
used, or in case you prefer to secure the Helmet Clamp with adhesive
glue. This option has been successfully used for a range of high end
helmets.
NOTE: While we have no reason to believe that the gluing
option might negatively affect any helmet, Cardo
does not assume any responsibility to that affect, irrespective of its nature and circumstances. The Glue
Plate is offered as a free option that you may choose
to use at your own risk and subject to renouncement
of any future claims.
Caution: This process can be done only once!
1. Use the enclosed Allen Wrench to remove both Allen screws
and release the Helmet Clamp’s back plate.
2. Determine the location on the helmet where the
Helmet Clamp must be attached.
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3. Adjust the Helmet Clamp’s location on the Helmet so that the
microphone is located opposite your mouth. You may need to
reposition the Clamp repeatedly until you
identify the best spot. The microphone must
be positioned vertically and not horizontally
(Be sure to clean the selected area prior to
the gluing process as described in # 4 below).
4. Use the pre-moistened Towelette to clean the helmet
area where you want to install the Glue Plate. Allow to dry
thoroughly.
5. Peel the foil cover from the Glue Plates’ adhesive pad.
6. Place the Glue Plate into position according to #3. Press firmly 15
seconds on all 3 parts of the Glue Plate.
7. The adhesive pad bonds to full strength over the next 24 hours.
Therefore it is recommended to not use the headset during this 24
hour period.
8. Fasten the Clamp to the Glue Plate using the Allen screws that were
previously removed.
POSITIONING THE SPEAKERS
Attach the speakers to the Velcro inside your helmet opposite your ears
(short speaker cord for the left ear [A] and the long speaker cord [B] for
the right ear). You may want to use the supplied Velcro pad.
Speaker A
Using two speakers inside the
helmet may be prohibited in
certain jurisdictions. If this is the
Speaker B
Cable
Speaker B
Speaker B
USING THE HEADSET
Speaker A
ATTACHING AND REMOVING THE
HEADSET FROM THE HELMET CLAMP
ATTACHING:
Slide the headset downwards along
the sliding panel until a clicking sound
indicates that the headset is locked in
place.
REMOVING:
Your headset can be removed for
charging and storage by pressing your
finger gently against the tab and sliding
the headset up with the other hand.
We recommend that you remove the
headset from the helmet when not in use.
Highest:1. Mobile phone audio (Incoming/outgoing calls) / GPS
device (GPS audio and navigation instructions)
2. FM Radio
Lowest 3. MP3 Connectivity
A high priority Audio Source will always interrupt any lower priority
Audio Source. i.e. Mobile phone call overrides FM radio
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case, you should tuck away the
long corded speaker underneath
the helmet padding as follows:
Lead the speaker cord [B]
alongside the rim of the padding
to the right side and then back
to the left side, near speaker
[A]. Then place the speaker [B]
underneath the padding.
GENERAL USAGE
GENERAL FUNCTIONS
DESIRED RESULT:
Turn on the
headset
Turn off the
headset
Press here
to remove
AUDIO SOURCES AND PRIORITIES
The different Audio Sources that are connected to the scala rider FM
are prioritized as follows:
Increase the
volume
Decrease the
volume
REQUIRED ACTION:
Press the CTRL Button steadily for at least three
seconds. Led indication: three blue flashes.
Audio feedback: Ascending tone (low-high).
Press the CTRL Button steadily for at least three
seconds. Led indication: three red flashes.
Audio feedback: Descending tone (high-low).
Tap the Volume Up Button
Tap the Volume Down Button
AGC (Automatic Gain Control): In addition to manual Volume Control,
the scala rider FM will automatically increase and reduce its volume
according to ambient noise and driving speed.
INITIATING AND RECEIVING MOBILE
PHONE CALLS
Voice Recognition – VR (VOX)
The VR feature allows you to answer or reject incoming calls by voice
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Control without having to remove your hands from the handlebars.
The default mode of this feature is ON (enabled).
Each time you switch off and turn on the headset, the VR feature will
be automatically enabled.
To disable / enable the VR feature press and hold the Volume Up and
Volume Down simultaneously for three seconds. You will hear an
ascending / descending tone confirming the change each time you
switch this feature ON or OFF respectively.
Note: The VR feature works well while driving up to 70km/h or
44m/h with 3/4 helmet and up to 120km/h or 75m/h
with a closed full-faced helmet.
PHONE FUNCTIONS
STATUS LIGHTS
STATUS LIGHT
STATUS
None
Headset is off
Alternating Red/blue flashes
Mobile phone/GPS Pairing
mode
1 blue flash every 3 seconds
Standby – No call is in progress
2 blue flashes every 3 seconds Call is in progress
1 red flash every 3 seconds
Battery is low
2 red flashes every 3 seconds
Low battery while a call is in
progress
Charging
Answer a call
Tap the CTRL Button or speak loudly any
word of your choice.
Solid red
Reject a call
Tap the Radio Button or remain silent for 15
seconds during an incoming call.
WORKING WITH THE FM RADIO
Terminate a call
Tap the Radio Button when a call is in
progress.
During Standby, tap the CTRL Button and
state the name of the person you wish to
call. This feature is supported only by mobile
phones that support the Voice Dial feature.
During Standby, tap the Radio Button
Voice Dial
Redial
NOTE: If your Bluetooth mobile phone is paired to a Bluetooth GPS
device, not directly to the scala rider FM, some of the above Phone
functions may not be compatible.
Your headset is equipped with a high-quality FM
Radio receiver. This section explains how to enjoy the
functions of the FM Radio.
The scala rider FM enables you to listen to FM Radio while you are
not receiving audio from another audio source.
While listening to the radio, you do not have to worry about missing
any calls, as the headset automatically mutes the FM Radio and
switches to Bluetooth headset operation when an incoming call is
received, or when you decide to initiate a call. When the conversation
is over, the headset automatically tunes back in to the FM Radio.
Turning the FM Radio On
While no call is on the headset, press and hold the Radio Button on
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Turning the FM Radio Off
While the radio is turned on, press and hold the Radio Button for
three seconds to turn the Radio off.
Switching Preset FM Radio Station
There are six pre-set Radio stations available on your scala rider FM.
While the Radio is on, tap the Radio Button to cycle between saved
stations.
Searching for a New FM Radio Station
While the Radio is on, press and hold the Volume Up or Volume
Down Button for three seconds or until you hear the next station on
your headset.
Pressing Volume Up will search upwards (higher frequency). Pressing
Volume Down will search downwards (lower frequency). Once a
station is found, searching stops and you can hear the station.
To save this station, refer to the following section.
To continue searching, press the Volume Up or Volume Down Button
again for three seconds.
You may still continue to listen to the current unsaved station.
Pressing the Radio Button in this case will switch to the next saved
station.
Saving an FM Radio Station
The FM Radio is equipped with a memory capacity of six stations.
• Select the station you wish to replace by tapping the Radio
Button until you find the station you want to replace.
• Search for a new station as described above.
• Tap the Radio Button within 20 seconds of finding the station to
save the current station.
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your headset for three seconds to turn on the radio. The radio tunes
in to the last radio station you were listening to. With some phones
you should wait a few seconds after ending a call before turning on
the Radio.
If you don't save the station, the Radio will exit search mode without
saving the current station. You can still continue to listen to the
current unsaved station. Tapping the Radio Button in this case will
move to the next saved station.
USING THE MP3 PLAYER WITH YOUR
HEADSET
Your scala rider FM headset can be connected to an MP3
player device by plugging it to the Helmet Clamp’s jack with
the MP3 cable.
In order to secure the MP3 cable tightly into place, please proceed as
follows:
1. Use the enclosed Allen Wrench to remove both Allen screws from
Helmet clamp and release the clamp’s back plate.
2. Place the MP3 cable holder on the helmet clamp. Both pins on the
MP3 cable holder should be fixed into corresponding indentations
on clamp.
3. Place the Back Plate on top of the MP3 cable holder and secure
all parts together using the Allen screws that were previously
removed, as shown in photo.
4. Attach the clamp and headset onto
your helmet as described previously
in section “ATTACHING THE CLAMP
ON THE HELMET”.
MP3 cable holder hook
5. Attach the speakers to your helmet as
described in section ”POSITIONING
THE SPEAKERS”.
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6. Connect the MP3 cable to your MP3 player device’s jack and the
other side to the helmet Clamp’s jack, inserting the cable through
the MP3 cable holder.
Make sure that the cable plug clicks into place.
7. Tuck the MP3 cable into the hook of
the MP3 cable holder.
8. In order to use your MP3 player,
power on the headset to have it on
Standby mode, flashing slowly in
Insert cable in hook
Blue.
NOTE: Operate the MP3 Player device by using its buttons (FF/REW/
PLAY/PAUSE).
Volume can only be adjusted through the MP3 Player. Any other
audio connection (Phone call/FM Radio) will automatically
mute the MP3 Player. The audio signal will return only when
headset is once again in Standby mode.
NOTICES
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
15.21
You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
part responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
15.105(b)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
SUPPORT
For additional information please visit our website at
www.cardosystems.com
FAQ: www.cardosystems.com/support/faq
or contact us at:
support@cardosystems.com
Phone: USA and Canada: + 1-800-488-0363
International: +4989 450 36819
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) this device may not cause interference and
2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment. End users must follow the specific operating instructions
for satisfying RF exposure compliance. This transmitter must not be co-located or
operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
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Industry Canada (IC) Statement
You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
part responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
15.105(b)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the IC rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) this device may not cause interference and
2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.
IC RF Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment. End users must follow the specific operating instructions
for satisfying RF exposure compliance. This transmitter must not be co-located or
operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
European CE Notice 
The scala rider FM headset (the “Product”) is in conformity with the following
essential requirements of Council Directive 1999/5/EC (referred to as R&TTE Direc-
tive): Articles 3.1a, 3.1.b and 3.2. The Product is manufactured in accordance with
Annex II of the above directive.
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15.21
Declaration of Conformity (DOC)
The scala rider FM headset is compliant with and adopts the Bluetooth® Specification 2.0 and has successfully passed all interoperability tests that are specified
in the Bluetooth® specification. However, interoperability between the device and
other Bluetooth®-enabled products is not guaranteed.
WAIVER AND GENERAL RELEASE
By using the scala rider FM you will waive substantial legal rights including
the right to sue. Please read the following carefully before using the device.
If you do not accept all terms of this agreement, you should immediately
return the product for a full refund. By using the headset you agree to be
bound to this agreement and forfeit the right to sue.
Using a communication device while riding a motorcycle, scooter, moped, ATV,
quad-bike or any other vehicle or equipment, whether on land, water or air
(jointly referred to as “Vehicle”) requires your complete and undivided attention.
Cardo Systems, Inc., including its Officers, Directors, Affiliates, Parent Company,
Representatives, Agents, Contractors, Sponsors, Employees, Suppliers and
Resellers (jointly referred to as the “Company” or “Cardo”) strongly advises you
to take all necessary precautions and remain alert to the traffic, weather and road
conditions if you choose to use the scala rider FM headset, including all derivative
models irrespective of its commercial name or branding (the “Device”), and stop
your Vehicle on the roadside prior to initiating or receiving calls. Any publications,
advertisements, announcements or similar notes that refer to using the Device
while riding a Vehicle are solely intended to address its technical capabilities and
should not be misconstrued as if encouraging users to operate the Device while
actively involved in traffic.
By way of purchasing this Device and not returning it for a full refund (see below),
you are irrevocably releasing, indemnifying from any liability, loss, claim and
expense (including attorneys fees) and holding Cardo harmless for any bodily
injuries, harm or death as well as losses or damages in goods, to any Vehicles
including your own, or to any property or asset that belong to you or to third
parties, any of which may result from using the Device under any circumstances
or conditions and irrespective of jurisdiction. Cardo will not be responsible for any
physical damages, irrespective of reasons, conditions or circumstances, including
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malfunctioning of the Device, and all risks associated with operating it rest solely
and entirely with the user of this Device, irrespective of whether the Device is
used by the original purchaser or any third party.
Cardo hereby notifies you that using this Device may also be in contravention to
local, federal, state or national laws or regulations, and that any use of the Device
is entirely at your sole risk and responsibility.
1. You, your heirs, legal representatives, successors or assigns, hereby voluntarily and
forever release, discharge, indemnify and hold harmless Cardo from any and all
litigation, claims, debts, demands, actions and liability which may arise, directly or
indirectly, from using the Device for any distress, pain, suffering, discomfort, loss,
injury, death, damages to or in respect to any person or property however caused,
WHETHER ARISING FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE, and which may hereafter accrue to you on some future date as a result of said use, to the fullest extent
permitted by law.
2. You fully understand and assume the risks in using the Device, including risk of
negligent acts or omissions by others.
3. You confirm that you are physically capable to use the Device and that you have
no medical conditions or needs that may infringe upon your abilities to do so in
a safe manner. You confirm that you are at least eighteen (18) years of age and
that you have been advised of the risks associated with the use of the Device.
You further confirm that you will not consume any alcohol that may affect your
alertness or any mind-altering substance, and will not carry, use or consume
these substances before or during the use of the Device.
4. You fully acknowledge our warnings and understand that: (a) risks and dangers
exist in using the Device while in traffic, including but not limited to injury or illness,
strains, fractures, partial and/or total paralysis, death or other ailments that could
cause serious disability; (b) these risks and dangers may be caused by the negligence of the manufacturers or its agents or any third party involved in designing or
manufacturing the Device; (c) these risks and dangers may arise from foreseeable or
unforeseeable causes. You hereby assume all risks and dangers and all responsibility for any losses and/or damages, whether caused in whole or in part by the
negligence or other conduct of others, including the Company.
5. You confirm that you have read this release of liability and fully understand its
terms and that you have given up substantial rights by not returning the Device
for a full refund (see refund option below).
Disclaimer of Warranty CARDO DISCLAIMS ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THE
ENCLOSED DEVICE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NONINFRINGEMENT. THE DEVICE AND ITS ACCESSORIES ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” AND “AS
AVAILABLE” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND BEYOND THOSE ASSUMED IN THE
ENCLOSED MANUAL.
Limitation of Liability IN NO EVENT SHALL CARDO BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE,
INCIDENTAL, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR ANY DAMAGES
WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THE DEVICE, WHETHER BASED ON
BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), PRODUCT LIABILITY
OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. YOU
ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT THE LIMITATIONS SET FORTH ABOVE ARE
FUNDAMENTAL ELEMENTS OF THIS AGREEMENT AND THE DEVICE WOULD NOT
BE PROVIDED TO YOU ABSENT SUCH LIMITATIONS. SOME STATE STATUTES MIGHT
APPLY REGARDING LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.
RETURN FOR FULL REFUND
IF YOU ARE UNWILLING TO ACCEPT AND AGREE TO THE ABOVE CONDITIONS,
YOU MAY RETURN THIS DEVICE TO THE STORE FOR A FULL REFUND, PROVIDED THAT YOU DO SO NO LATER THAN 7 BUSINESS DAYS FOLLOWING THE
PURCHASE OF THE DEVICE (proof of purchase required) AND SUBJECT TO THE
RETAIL BOX AND ALL ACCESSORIES BEING COMPLETE AND INTACT. WHEN
DOING SO, PLEASE REFER TO THIS SECTION. BY NOT RETURNING THE DEVICE
FOR REFUND WITHIN THE PERIOD PROVIDED, YOU ARE EXPLICITLY IN AGREEMENT WITH THE ABOVE, AND RENOUNCE ALL RIGHTS TO FUTURE CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS AGAINST CARDO AS DEFINED ABOVE.
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