Milo is a wearable communication device with integrated speaker and microphones. It creates its own radio mesh network, so you don't need a phone, network connection or Wi-Fi. Just grab your Milo, clip it on and go! It enables a group of friends or family to talk to each other during a shared activity.
All you need to do is create a group by holding the Milos close and holding the side button until you hear "Connected." Attach Milo somewhere close to your mouth and ears. After that you just continue your conversation naturally while your eyes are on your surroundings and your hands stay on handlebars or ski poles. Milo is hands-free and eyes-free. No need to push buttons, no need to take turns - just continue your conversation naturally while your eyes are on your surroundings and your hands stay on handlebars or ski poles.
When you first turn on your Milo, you will get a handy tutorial that steps you through all the main functionalities - you can hear that demo again anytime if you do a hard reset (see instructions for hard or factory reset).
Be aware that Milo uses Adaptive Volume: If 2 Milos in a group are near each other, each one automatically lowers the sound from the other Milo. This allows you to talk to each other directly without muting the mic, which in turn means other members further away can still hear you.
If you want an idea of some of Milo's features, take a look at the Quick Start Guide. The English one is here: https://www.okmilo.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Milo-Quick-Start-Guide-EN-march-2023.pdf You can find links to the German, French, Italian, and Spanish versions on our Support page https://www.okmilo.com/en-us/support/