Kensington Bluetooth Car Kit with Remote £10.98 delivered @ Boffer - HotUKDeals
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Looks good for just over a tenner, Control music from the steering wheel.

Normal price is over £34 (see link in 1st post)

Enjoy the power and convenience of Bluetooth in your car for pure audio listening and hands-free calling. Pairs instantly with your Bluetooth enabled phone.

Tech Spec

Superior sound quality from the direct auxiliary port connection through your car stereo system
Bluetooth 2.0 technology for wireless audio streaming and hands-free calling from your music phone
2.4GHz wireless remote tracks control lets you play/pause, skip or answer calls on your phone
USB port charges your music phone (charging cable not included)
Built-in microphone with advanced noise/echo cancelling filter for clear conversations
On/Off power switch with LED indicator on adapter
Includes 122cm audio extension cable
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#1
£34 + HERE
#2
best price around but dont get fooled, these sell for a lot under £34.

£15ish on amazon

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kensington-LiquidAUX-Bluetooth-MP3-Phone/dp/B0011UIX2K/ref=pd_sxp_grid_i_0_1

and around £13 new on ebay item no 350368282794
#3
Pretty good price IMO. I have one and its very handy. It plugs into the AUX input on your car, and then connects to your mobile phone over Bluetooth. You can use it for streaming music and making phone calls through the car speakers. Also doubles up as a USB charger and it comes with a little remote.

Works brilliantly with the iPhone for streaming music and sat-nav voice instructions. Connects automatically, and no cables in site. If your car lacks factory Bluetooth-prep but does have AUX this is perfect.
#4
J400uk
Pretty good price IMO. I have one and its very handy. It plugs into the AUX input on your car, and then connects to your mobile phone over Bluetooth. You can use it for streaming music and making phone calls through the car speakers. Also doubles up as a USB charger and it comes with a little remote.

Works brilliantly with the iPhone for streaming music and sat-nav voice instructions. Connects automatically, and no cables in site. If your car lacks factory Bluetooth-prep but does have AUX this is perfect.


I read that the rewind and fast-forward buttons don't work properly on the iphone (not sure if it was one model or all of them).
#5
sallygal
best price around but dont get fooled, these sell for a lot under £34.

£15ish on amazon

and around £13 new on ebay



Still better value at boffer.

You could argue that most things are cheaper on ebay, Almost everything is cheaper on ebay but then you could argue that you will be sent a chineese fake.
#6
ibullen9
I read that the rewind and fast-forward buttons don't work properly on the iphone (not sure if it was one model or all of them).


Correct - it's because of the iPhone and not this. There's a Bluetooth profile called AVRCP which allows remote control of Bluetooth devices, but for some very strange reason, the iPhone has 'limited' implementation i.e. you can only Play/Pause.

I'm pretty sure it's a classic Apple trait - hold off on features then leak them back into later versions to keep customers. My 5yr old HTC Touch has this profile FFS!

This thing is awesome for the price. Maplin have some left at £14.99 in some stores (add £3.99 for delivery). Works great. Only slight issue you might have is where the location of the unit is for the mic - mine is behind my left elbow so no-one can hear me when I drive on the motorway.

Also this works with the Sony iPod Bluetooth Adapter (was a deal for this + BT headphones @ Halfords £30) - cos I just bought this and that for my sis and it works great!
#7
Yes yes, It was too early for me to write all of that! lol

orgfilao
Correct - it's because of the iPhone and not this. There's a Bluetooth profile called AVRCP which allows remote control of Bluetooth devices, but for some very strange reason, the iPhone has 'limited' implementation i.e. you can only Play/Pause.

I'm pretty sure it's a classic Apple trait - hold off on features then leak them back into later versions to keep customers. My 5yr old HTC Touch has this profile FFS!

This thing is awesome for the price. Maplin have some left at £14.99 in some stores (add £3.99 for delivery). Works great. Only slight issue you might have is where the location of the unit is for the mic - mine is behind my left elbow so no-one can hear me when I drive on the motorway.

Also this works with the Sony iPod Bluetooth Adapter (was a deal for this + BT headphones @ Halfords £30) - cos I just bought this and that for my sis and it works great!



Also on Iphone i have heard if you double tap play... it will fast-forward (I dont have an Iphone I have Desire =D )

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