LG HFB-500 Solor Visor Bluetooth Car Kit £24.99 (Was £58.69) @ Argos reserve and collect (Compatible with most bluetooth enabled handsets) - HotUKDeals
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Great price and has good independant reviews, £39 at Expansys, £44.95 at Blueunplugged, reserve and collect instore, Compatible with most bluetooth enabled handsets not just LG's

Product Description

The LG HFB-500 visor Bluetooth car kit has an embedded solar power system drawing from natural sun light to recharge the battery without any need to plug the unit in.

The HFB-500 will allow you to keep your handsfree at all times, minimising any distraction. Using Bluetooth wireless technology to connect to your mobile phone, using the HFB-500 for the first time is a pleasant experience

* Energy Efficient
* Noise & Echo cancellation
* Bluetooth 2.0
* Talk time: up to 16 hours
* Standby time: up to 1100 hours
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#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/146-5466137SPA70UC528539X.jpg
banned#2
Super deal, if its any good! The reviews are a bit mixed, but by grabbing it at Argos I can always take it back if it turns out to be cack. None left in Lincoln now, and I just got the last one reserved from Newark.
#3
cheers have some heat, just reserved one, not sure if its any good but seems to be a good price. has anyone got one that could provide some feedback
#4
thanks for the deal, just reserved one( the last one in exeter), hoping it turns out to be good
#5
No stock in Essex
#6
I got one of these last time they were £24.99 at Argos. Absolutely brilliant. If you're only in the car for an hour or two a day you'll never have to charge it.
#7
Thanks Courtster Just picked mine up and seems good
#8
Not too sure if this is such a great deal, orange and others offer it for £27 so not quite the great saving it seems. That said solar seems a good idea.
#9
Voted cold, as it is solar it has to be in view all the time. If a scrote thinks they will get £10 for it they will smash a window to get it al it looks expensive
#10
paul.jacobs
Voted cold, as it is solar it has to be in view all the time. If a scrote thinks they will get £10 for it they will smash a window to get it al it looks expensive


Portable device that can be taken with you or stowed, the same as a sat nav? its not perm fixed to your car, it has suction cups the same as a sat nav, you wouldnt leave that on the window and its the same with this,
#11
john-sussex
Not too sure if this is such a great deal, orange and others offer it for £27 so not quite the great saving it seems. That said solar seems a good idea.


But still the cheapest deal around:)
#12
clondikemike
Portable device that can be taken with you or stowed, the same as a sat nav? its not perm fixed to your car, it has suction cups the same as a sat nav, you wouldnt leave that on the window and its the same with this,


But having seen the word Visor mentioned in the title, does it also fit to your visor? I've had a quick look around the net and cannot see how this mounts other than your comments.
#13
paulace
But having seen the word Visor mentioned in the title, does it also fit to your visor? I've had a quick look around the net and cannot see how this mounts other than your comments.


I had a look for some reviews and have seen a pic of it just sitting on the passenger seat or on the back window or parcel shelf, but other than that its suckered to the screen i think,
#14
clondikemike
But still the cheapest deal around:)


True, just don't feel the need to rush out and buy one.
#15
Got one of these from play the other day for £17.99 - 5%
#17
travellers
by grabbing it at Argos I can always take it back if it turns out to be cack..


just be aware that not everything can be returned (unless faulty of course); I got a Sony MP3 player the other day that wasn't included in their 16 day return policy
#18
£27 on orange website
#19
clondikemike
Portable device that can be taken with you or stowed, the same as a sat nav? its not perm fixed to your car, it has suction cups the same as a sat nav, you wouldnt leave that on the window and its the same with this,


if for example u put it in a glove box like your sat nav to stop the scum bags taking it. i was wondering bcuz its a solar powered device, will it work as soon as its faces light or u have to leave it for a while before u can use it?!
#20
Dont know how good this is with it being solar powered, personally i'd pay an extra fiver and get the Nokia HF-33W wireles plug in kit, as it's got good all round reviews and provides excellent quality in all conditions.. and you dont have to worry about the battery dying out.
#21



Ahh - I lied actually - that's where I picked mine up.


Of course a plug & go car kit like the Nokia mentioned above would work all the time, but this one comes with a cig lighter cable anyway, so what's the difference? You just get the added benefit of the solar. Like I said, I've never had to use the cable. But then I do have a secure work car park so it stays at the top of the screen all day.
#22
Can anyone else please confirm, whether you can attach this to the sun visor itself

Thanks
#23
I have one and you could probably slip in into the glasses holder part of the sun visor, but it wont stick on as its needs a glass surface..
#24
Anyone still got the manual for these? I'm trying to work out how to pair another device as it can do 2 pairings?
ta
banned#25
ramil1980
Can anyone else please confirm, whether you can attach this to the sun visor itself

Thanks

Well yes you could, but it wouldn't work that well. See, you'd have to have the solar side facing 'out' in order to make it work, which means the microphone and speaker would be on the side facing the visor, oh, and the Answer button too.
#26
travellers
Well yes you could, but it wouldn't work that well. See, you'd have to have the solar side facing 'out' in order to make it work, which means the microphone and speaker would be on the side facing the visor, oh, and the Answer button too.


So does the holder have some sort of clip, that can enable you to clip onto the visor
#27
gary_rip
Got one of these from play the other day for £17.99 - 5%


£17.09 then :whistling:
#28
paul.jacobs;5861870
£17.09 then :whistling:

Dont forget quidco.
#29
CJOnline
Anyone still got the manual for these? I'm trying to work out how to pair another device as it can do 2 pairings?
ta


Taken from manual

Multipoint Connect -

Pair the hands free car kit with first bluetooth enabled handset.
Turn off hands free car kit
With the power off, press and hold the CALL button for 5 seconds to enter MANUAL PAIRING MODE
Pair and connect the hands free car kit with the other bluetooth enabled handset
Connect first paired handset to hands free car kit
NOTE - functions of calling will only work on the last used handset.
#30


Expired - this is the best price atm.
#31
monkey_whiskers;5892569
Expired - this is the best price atm.

I know that... i was say thats where i got mine from and thats where this is more info on the product!
#32
went and got one of these from durham retail park argos today set it straight up made 2 calls and took it straight back to argos. The sound quality in the car was ok my side but the two people i called said they could barely hear me :x

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