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Anker Roav SmartCharge F3 - Wireless In-Car FM Transmitter - £9.44 Prime / £13.93 Non Prime Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker Roav SmartCharge F3 - Wireless In-Car FM Transmitter - £9.44 Prime / £13.93 Non Prime Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 19th Dec 2019

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Great price drop especially for Prime members. It's a little more for non prime members over the last offer, but non primers can still get it for £9.44 when spending a total of £20+.

Grab the 37% off voucher and add to basket as per usual. (see image below)

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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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4 Comments
Great product, I bought on black Friday for £12.44, nice saving
sattie_c19/12/2019 13:36

Great product, I bought on black Friday for £12.44, nice saving


I have tried a few of these bluetooth transmitters and get a lot of interference from the electrical system, what is the quality like on this?
haggisheid19/12/2019 13:45

I have tried a few of these bluetooth transmitters and get a lot of …I have tried a few of these bluetooth transmitters and get a lot of interference from the electrical system, what is the quality like on this?


Me too! I bought a really good Xiaomi one straight from China and that has been pretty good. Though when I drive around, having to continually change frequencies is a bind.
haggisheid19/12/2019 13:45

I have tried a few of these bluetooth transmitters and get a lot of …I have tried a few of these bluetooth transmitters and get a lot of interference from the electrical system, what is the quality like on this?


using in my 2001 merc and in comparison to the one I was using previously (purchased through ebay) this is so much better. Like yourself I used to get a lot of interference but this is clear. I'm tuned into 87.5 on my radio which also has a broken antenna.
Edited by: "sattie_c" 19th Dec 2019
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