eXpansys Safe2talk Bluetooth Car Kit £14.04 (was £29.99 Ends 4pm Friday) - HotUKDeals
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Technical Details

Simple to setup
Excellent sound quality
Simple to pair
Easily transferable between vehicles
Pairs with up to 3 handsets
Supports voice recognition
Integrated volume control

A simple in car handsfree solution for use with Bluetooth phones and Pocket PC phones.

Powered by your cigarette lighter socket, Safe2talk Bluetooth can be fitted in seconds. Simplicity and safety, combined with excellent sound quality make Safe2talk Bluetooth the perfect wireless in car handsfree solution
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#1
http://i.expansys.com/i/b/b175201.jpg
#2
Couple of problems with this
Main one... the voucher you list at the top of the deal will NOT apply if this is an expansys 4 hour deal. It will deduct the price on checkout, and then expansys WILL charge your card the FULL amount, so forget the voucher!

If this unit works well, it will be the ONLY one that does :-(
I can find one reveiew without trawling the net, but it is VERY negative, as I would assume with ALL of these type units:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/product/B000EOQNN0/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt/026-7414178-7695628?_encoding=UTF8&showViewpoints=1
#3
Depends if the person using it is a technophobe

Removed voucher code :thumbsup:
#4
deanos;3221316
Depends if the person using it is a technophobe


Why?
Any bluetooth kit connects very much the same way, whether it is a PC or a headset or a hands-free - pair it, and then in future it will connect when you turn it on!

If the person is a technophobe, I would suggest a wired earpiece!

I have a visor type unit, bought after a lot of research and checking of reviews, and it cost a lot more than this (and visors work better than ANY of these small plug in units anyway, for one thing, the loudspeaker/mic is a LOT closer!) and I would not recommend buying one of those either. It is only JUST passable, (at high speed and on a noisy road, not even passable!), and I wish I had spent more and got a bluetooth radio head unit.
#5
There is so much better on the market at present at the same price or maybe a fiver more. The days of these things that plug in to your lighter thing have gone.
#6
Knobseyy;3223858
There is so much better on the market at present at the same price or maybe a fiver more. The days of these things that plug in to your lighter thing have gone.


Well I haven't really seen any for even a LOT more. They simply are not there :-(

What have you found that has a good sound for up to 15 quid then?
I paid nearer 40 for a visor, not very long ago, and that had the best of reviews, as good as any I could find, yet I remain unimpressed.
#7
:? Not much hope for me then, paid £20.....will be going back if not up to the job. Won't be setting it up until next weekend
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/259596/tektos-visor-handsfree-carkit-reduc

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