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Anker Roav Bluetooth 4.2 and Quick Charge 3.0 FM Transmitter £6.44 - Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
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Anker Roav Bluetooth 4.2 and Quick Charge 3.0 FM Transmitter £6.44 - Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)

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Posted 27th Dec 2019

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Hassle-Free Usage: The newly added automatic unoccupied-frequency search feature eliminates the need of searching for vacant channels manually.
Upgraded to Bluetooth 4.2: Enjoy crystal-clear music quality and phone calls delivered over the stable wireless connection.
Hear Only What You Want: Noise-cancellation technology eliminates road and wind-noise so only the important audio gets through in your phone calls.
Quick Charge 3.0: Advanced technology provides high speed charging for your device.
Never Forget Where You Parked: The Roav Charger app records your car's location by setting a pin in the map the instant Bluetooth connection is lost. What's in the Box: Roav SmartCharge F3, Owner's Manual, Happy Card
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mac161127/12/2019 16:38

Should be fine as its Anker who sell good quality speakers powerbanks etc


It being anker has nothing to do with it draining the battery when the ignition is off
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Good price, handy gadget for older car stereos, not full of settings and I dont like the design, but its function has been decent.
Returned a VicTsing fm transmitter last time as I didn't like the audio quality and went back to using CDs. Hope with Bluetooth 4.2 in this one, audio will be better.
I would be wary with these - you may want to check if your car's cigarette lighter turns off when your ignition does. If not you will have to keep unplugging it when you leave the car or risk it draining your battery.
BobSawyer27/12/2019 16:12

I would be wary with these - you may want to check if your car's cigarette …I would be wary with these - you may want to check if your car's cigarette lighter turns off when your ignition does. If not you will have to keep unplugging it when you leave the car or risk it draining your battery.


Should be fine as its Anker who sell good quality speakers powerbanks etc
mac161127/12/2019 16:38

Should be fine as its Anker who sell good quality speakers powerbanks etc


It being anker has nothing to do with it draining the battery when the ignition is off
kasam164027/12/2019 16:41

It being anker has nothing to do with it draining the battery when the …It being anker has nothing to do with it draining the battery when the ignition is off


but surely common sense will prevail if the lights are still on the unit
mac161127/12/2019 16:51

but surely common sense will prevail if the lights are still on the unit


Not always. My car waits for 5 mins before turning off after I get out of the car and lock it. And you, that’s when people insist on calling...
mac161127/12/2019 16:51

but surely common sense will prevail if the lights are still on the unit


You may just forget or be out of the car longer than expected
BobSawyer27/12/2019 16:12

I would be wary with these - you may want to check if your car's cigarette …I would be wary with these - you may want to check if your car's cigarette lighter turns off when your ignition does. If not you will have to keep unplugging it when you leave the car or risk it draining your battery.


I have one from Asda, it's brand is Kit got it for like £3 or £5. It turns off automatically after 10 mins if no device is connected to it via Bluetooth. Which is handy because the power to my cigarette lighter is always on (despite the ignition). So this may do the same? But valid point nonetheless.
Edited by: "Zikohh" 27th Dec 2019
BobSawyer27/12/2019 16:12

I would be wary with these - you may want to check if your car's cigarette …I would be wary with these - you may want to check if your car's cigarette lighter turns off when your ignition does. If not you will have to keep unplugging it when you leave the car or risk it draining your battery.



Zikohh27/12/2019 17:06

I have one from Asda, it's brand is Kit got it for like £3 or £5. It turns …I have one from Asda, it's brand is Kit got it for like £3 or £5. It turns off automatically after 10 mins if no device is connected to it via Bluetooth. Which is handy because the power to my cigarette lighter is always on (despite the ignition). So this may do the same? But valid point nonetheless.


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Can anyone let me know if this works with cars that don't have Bluetooth? I have an older car with a standard FM radio
AlexPatrick27/12/2019 17:21

Can anyone let me know if this works with cars that don't have Bluetooth? …Can anyone let me know if this works with cars that don't have Bluetooth? I have an older car with a standard FM radio


This is for cars without bluetooth. You connect your phone to this device via bluetooth and your car radio picks it up as a radio station.

I only tried one of these sort of things years ago and it was useless, hopefully they have improved.
AlexPatrick27/12/2019 17:21

Can anyone let me know if this works with cars that don't have Bluetooth? …Can anyone let me know if this works with cars that don't have Bluetooth? I have an older car with a standard FM radio


That is exactly what its for , you can call and receive calls and will hear the caller via your car speakers,aswell as play music via your phone or mp3 player.
AlexPatrick27/12/2019 17:21

Can anyone let me know if this works with cars that don't have Bluetooth? …Can anyone let me know if this works with cars that don't have Bluetooth? I have an older car with a standard FM radio


That’s exactly what this is designed for, you Bluetooth to the device and then select the same radio frequency on the display and it will play your music out of your standard FM radio
This doesn't turn off automatically in my vauxhall but I just turn it off manually via the off button. It's not that hard to master.
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Just ordered, thanks.
I should be able to listen to LBC radio now on my old radio.
Brought when was a tenner, calls are abit hissy but bearable. Think you can plug in to aux so audio quality will improve if you have.

In my old festa I installed an aux via the back, aux cable and radio fitting keys cost under a fiver off eBay, you may need an code for your stereo which is also 1-2 quid.

I have an aclass now but you have to do it via the air vents or something, can't find a decent tutorial on YouTube to know how to do it properly tho
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mac161127/12/2019 16:51

but surely common sense will prevail if the lights are still on the unit


Headlights get left on on cars all the time, I'd take design over common sense every day of the week.
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bobbi27/12/2019 17:42

This doesn't turn off automatically in my vauxhall but I just turn it off …This doesn't turn off automatically in my vauxhall but I just turn it off manually via the off button. It's not that hard to master.


I just unplug mine cuz im para about it still consuming a little bit of power
I don't suppose anyone bought one of these and you don't need it or want it, I will pay £10
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