FM Transmitter for iphone and all generations of ipod for £10 @ tesco instore - HotUKDeals
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I have been looking for iphone FM transmitter for a while but nothing I could find under £20. I saw this one in tesco and bought it. Good quality. It also includes in car charger. I hope this help someone.

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out of stock online
#2
Problem I have found with these is you cant use them with my sat nav system as it seems to knock out the gps signal
#3
Cheaper on Ebay i Paid 6 for it. Some in amazon market place too about 7.99. So it definitely isnt a deal for me.
#4
Picked mine up yesterday. Seems to be faulty. LCD screen flickers, is unclear and unable to set frequency.

Will have to return :-(
#5
picked one up today after getting a fiver refund for my dodgy technika mouse - so for an extra fiver - i was pleasantly suprised at the good reception in the car - have not tried the charger yet but fingers crossed not
a bad little buy !!

It does say introductory offer !!!
#6
Bought one and it was faulty, replacement working better.......any advice on the best station for signal?
#7
I'm looking to get an FM transmitter for use with my 80GB Classic iPod and I'm after a bit of advice.
I don't really want to spend the earth (no more than £15-20) but at the same time I don't want to end up with something that's pretty shoddy.
I used to use a cassette adaptor and was quite happy with that, but my new car only has a CD player, and who uses those nowadays ;o).
I've been looking at the Griffin I-trip and Belkin tunemaster (i think it was called), but again they either seem to get poor reviews (older models) or cost a bomb (newer models). I want to avoid the no-name adapters which seem to have flooded ebay and amazon.

If any one has got any advice or views on this, I would really appreciate hearing them. If anyone knows of any good deals on at the minute, even better!

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