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Jabra Cruiser Bluetooth Visor Hands Free Car Kit - £25.99 @Amazon

£25.99 @ Amazon
This is a good deal for what I would describe as an "up market" hands free kit for your car or office desk. Its advantages are: 1 It has an FM transmitter in order to feed audio from incomin… Read More
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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
This is a good deal for what I would describe as an "up market" hands free kit for your car or office desk.

Its advantages are:

1 It has an FM transmitter in order to feed audio from incoming calls or music from your handset through your car speakers.

2. It has twin mics and onboard DSP processing to help it cut down on background noise.

3. the device can be paired with two phones at the same time - or any 2 Bluetooth enabled devices.

I think its cheap because the replacement Cruiser 2 is now available. However the new one doesn't seem to offer much more than this.

Here is a review:
http://www.trustedreviews.com/Jabra-Cruiser-Bluetooth-Speakerphone_Gadget_review
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I bought one of these 15 months ago when it first came out, and paid £58. I've been pleased with it though I've never been able to get the PBAP integration to work with any phone - which enables the unit to speak the caller name. Battery life is fantastic. Firmware updates are available online. At £26 I would recommend it.

Edited By: prusling on Jun 09, 2011 18:22
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I bought one of these 15 months ago when it first came out, and paid £58. I've been pleased with it though I've never been able to get the PBAP integration to work with any phone - which enables the unit to speak the caller name. Battery life is fantastic. Firmware updates are available online. At £26 I would recommend it.


I do know from the review that the iPhone does not support this feature

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