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Clip and Talk Bluetooth Car Kit @ Play.Com £14.99 Free Delivery ( + 4% Quidco)
Clip and Talk Bluetooth Car Kit @ Play.Com £14.99 Free Delivery ( + 4% Quidco)

Clip and Talk Bluetooth Car Kit @ Play.Com £14.99 Free Delivery ( + 4% Quidco)

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Bluetooth in Car Kit - Compatible with most mobile phones - Positive Reviews

Stay safe, stay legal with this Bluetooth in car hands free solution. This versatile, slim and light weight unit is easy to install and lets you enjoy high quality digital communication. Can also be used as a loud speaker for conference calls.

Benefits:
To stay safe and stay legal
Each unit pairs with up to 7 devices
Superior sound quality for clear conversations
Easy to install and move between vehicles
No wiring required
Can be used in the office or home for conference calls or as a loud speaker

Features:
Wireless installation
Digital signal processor for built in echo cancelling / noise suppression
Supports headset and hands free profiles
Privacy handset feature - allows you to talk privately in a conference meeting
Supports Skype calls
LED indication - red for battery, blue for Bluetooth
Multifunction button for: Power switch, pairing, Audio Gateway Accessing, call answer/end/reject, voice activation dialing, last number redial
Up to 8 hours talk time
Up to 20 days standby time
Charging time approx. 3 hours
Dimensions: L 126 mm x W 47 mm x D 16 mm

What's in the box?
Main unit with built in rechargeable battery
In Car Charger
Visor clip

Compatibility:
Apple: iPhone
BenQ Siemens: C81, CF61, CL71, EF51, EF61, EF81, EF91, EL71, P51, S68, S88
BlackBerry: 7100t, 7100v, 7100x, 7130v, 8100 Pearl, 8120 Pearl, 8130 Pearl, 8300 Curve, 8310 Curve, 8320 Curve, 8700f, 8700g, 8800 Pearl, 8820
LG: F2400, KE800 Chocolate Platinum, KE850 Prada, KE970 Shine, KF600 Venus, KG290, KG320, KG800 Chocolate, KG810, KG920, KU990 Viewty, L343i, P7200, S5200, U300, U400, U8210, U8290, U8360, U8380, U880, U890
Motorola: A1000, A780, A830, A835, A910, A935, C390, E1000, E1070, E398, E550, E770v, KRZR K1, KRZR K3, L2, L6, MOTO Z10, MPx, MPx220, PEBL U6, PEBL2 U9, Q, Q9, RAZR maxx, RAZR V3, RAZR V3xx, RAZR2 V8, RAZR2 V9, RIZR, RIZR Z8, ROKR E1, ROKR Z6, Sidekick Slide, SLVR L7, T280, V360, V3i, V3x, V500, V525, V545, V547, V550, V600, V620, V635, V80, W377
Nokia: 2600 Classic, 2630, 2760, 3109 Classic, 3110 Classic, 3110 Evolve, 3120 Classic, 3230, 3250, 3500 Classic, 3650, 3660, 5200, 5300, 5310, 5500, 5610, 5700, 6021, 6085, 6086, 6103, 6110 Navigator, 6111, 6120 Classic, 6125, 6131, 6151, 6210 Navigator, 6220 Classic, 6230, 6230i, 6233, 6234, 6260, 6267, 6270, 6280, 6288, 6290, 6300, 6300i, 6301, 6310i, 6500 Classic, 6500 Slide, 6555, 6600, 6630, 6670, 6680, 6681, 6810, 6820, 6822, 7280, 7370, 7373, 7380, 7390, 7500 Prism, 7600, 7610, 7700, 7710, 7900 Prism, 8600 Luna, 8800, 8800 Arte, 8800
Samsung: D500, D520, D600, D800, D820, D830, D840, D900, D900i, E250, E370, E390, E530, E570, E590, E620, E720, E730, E740, E760, E770, E780, E840, E870, E880, E900, F200, F210, F250, F300, F490, F700, G600, G800, G810, i300, i300x, i320, i560, i600, i620, J400, J600i, J700, L170, L760, M110 Solid, MiCoach, P200, P260, P300, P310, P520 Armani, S400i, S401i, S500i, Serenata, Serene, SGH U300, SGH X700, SGH Z500, U100, U600, U700, X680, X820, X830, Z130, Z140, Z300, Z320i, Z400, Z510, Z540, Z560, Z650i, Z720, ZM60, ZV40
Sony Ericsson: C702i, C902, D750i, G700, G900, K320i, K510i, K530i, K550i, K600i, K608i, K610i, K630i, K660i, K700i, K750i, K770i, K790i, K800i, K810i, K850i, M600i, P1i, P900, P910i, P990i, R300, R306, S700i, SE S500i, T270i, T280i, T610, T630, T650i, V600i, V630, V640i, V800, W300i, W350i, W380i, W550i, W580i, W610i, W660i, W700i, W710i, W760i, W800i, W810i, W850i, W880i, W890i, W900i, W910i, W950i, W960i, W980i, Xperia X1, Z1010, Z310i, Z520i, Z530i, Z550i, Z555i, Z558i, Z600, Z610i, Z710i, Z770i, Z800i

36 Comments

Dealer & price in title would be useful?

Original Poster

RS2000;3189980

Dealer & price in title would be useful?



Sorry! Now Done

been waiting for one of these at a good price, cant resist this offer after reading those glowing reviews, now just need to remove wired dinasour handsfree from my car... could be challenging.
thanks op , heat added

Nice product and a good price .... Thanks :thumbsup:

Banned

Just reading some of the reviews I cam across this


27th Jun 2008
Good, BUT??
I agree with the comments of other satisfied users but a couple of things are annoying. 1. It doesn't come with a mains charger unit, appears to have been removed from the box, as the instructions say there is one. 2. Battery life is not brilliant compared to an earpiece. 3. When charging from a cigarette lighter, it will not operate until you unplug the charger!! There's no information on what the 'mode' switch does. Having said that, its excellent value and the clarity is impressive.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.


I have a Jabra and have it connected to 12v all the time. If this unit really does not operate whilst charging it is of no use to me and maybe others looking.

Original Poster

Lyrrad;3190624

Just reading some of the reviews I cam across this27th Jun 2008 Good, … Just reading some of the reviews I cam across this27th Jun 2008 Good, BUT??I agree with the comments of other satisfied users but a couple of things are annoying. 1. It doesn't come with a mains charger unit, appears to have been removed from the box, as the instructions say there is one. 2. Battery life is not brilliant compared to an earpiece. 3. When charging from a cigarette lighter, it will not operate until you unplug the charger!! There's no information on what the 'mode' switch does. Having said that, its excellent value and the clarity is impressive.1 of 1 people found this review helpful. I have a Jabra and have it connected to 12v all the time. If this unit really does not operate whilst charging it is of no use to me and maybe others looking.



Why do you have your Jabra connected all the time, does it hold a charge? What if you want to use a Sat Nav or anything else with the lighter socket. This review closes with "Its excellent value and the clarity is impressive" and that was at £19.95 + £2.50 P&P. This is £14.99 inc P&P if I bought a different one for twice the price I would expect it to be twice as good - but would it be?

could be a lifesaver, great gift too http://photo-shack.com/img/559cb990c9dffd8675f6bc2186971dc2.gif

gonna order one. my car would be the ultimate test for this thing. I love the engine noise and its very noisy in my car :-) all the previous kits have failed and there's absolutely no way I can hear the current Nokia earpiece at 70mph.

Will post a review when I get it although not happy with the charging solution but as I said nothing works in my car so I need something that will, I'll need to find a way to avoid all the wiring in my car.

Don't forget the quidco kiddos!

These are great, got it from Play a couple months back for £14,99.

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osiris;3191347

Why do you have your Jabra connected all the time, does it hold a charge? … Why do you have your Jabra connected all the time, does it hold a charge? What if you want to use a Sat Nav or anything else with the lighter socket. This review closes with "Its excellent value and the clarity is impressive" and that was at £19.95 + £2.50 P&P. This is £14.99 inc P&P if I bought a different one for twice the price I would expect it to be twice as good - but would it be?




I have my Jabra connected all the time so that I can just forget about it. I have managed to position my Jabra on the drivers door pillar so the mic is at a mouth high position and the cable goes completely hidden down the door post and to a 3 in 1 cigarette charger in the drivers footwell.

I have my sat nav cable running down the same door pillar to the 3 in 1 cigarette charger.

I use the last socket of the 3 in 1 charger for my mobile phone.

So as you can see I cannot take advantage of this fantastic deal as it would be a backward step.

So sadly I had to go for this deal instead.

play.com/Mob…e=0

I can't comment on the seemingly dud battery scenario as I'm using 12v all the time.

An extra 3 quid bought my 3 in 1 cigarette charger

Perhaps you may want to look at my setup as an alternative, as another poster here has seen the downside of the charging of this unit.

shame no n95 support

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shutdown;3192113

shame no n95 support



Have you considered this one

play.com/Mob…e=0


Sorry:roll:

alchemistkevin;3191675

gonna order one. my car would be the ultimate test for this thing. I love … gonna order one. my car would be the ultimate test for this thing. I love the engine noise and its very noisy in my car :-) all the previous kits have failed and there's absolutely no way I can hear the current Nokia earpiece at 70mph.Will post a review when I get it although not happy with the charging solution but as I said nothing works in my car so I need something that will, I'll need to find a way to avoid all the wiring in my car.



I have a more expensive one than this which is just about usable, but gets iffy at high speed because of (low!) engine & road noise, and have given up on buying any more like this sort of thing, I will get round to getting a bluetooth radio head unit eventually when I get fed up enough! ;-)

It should work on the N95, no reason not to.

The only reason I can think of is that the list was produced before the N95 was released!

Lyrrad;3191848

So sadly I had to go for this deal … So sadly I had to go for this deal instead.http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/916465/-/Product.html?searchstring=jabra+sp500&searchsource=0I can't comment on the seemingly dud battery scenario as I'm using 12v all the time.An extra 3 quid bought my 3 in 1 cigarette charger Perhaps you may want to look at my setup as an alternative, as another poster here has seen the downside of the charging of this unit.



After getting the world's worst bluetooth headset, a Jabra BT5010, (for use with the PC on VOIP, so not exactly an extreme situation!) I can't see I will be buying ANYTHING Jabra again :-(

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nihcaj;3192369

After getting the world's worst bluetooth headset, a Jabra BT5010, (for … After getting the world's worst bluetooth headset, a Jabra BT5010, (for use with the PC on VOIP, so not exactly an extreme situation!) I can't see I will be buying ANYTHING Jabra again :-(



Mine's fine. Not 100% perfect, hence I looked at this as an option

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alchemistkevin;3192355

It should work on the N95, no reason not to.The only reason I can think … It should work on the N95, no reason not to.The only reason I can think of is that the list was produced before the N95 was released!



Yeah I reckon you are spot on

Apparently it can work with N95, that's if this product is the same, looks as if it is.

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Now OOS

but still orderable

Thanks for this - don't speak in the car much - but now that might change

Giving some heat...
(sure it'll be back in stock sooner or later)

mine's in Packing status now

Original Poster

Have you considered this one


play.com/Mob…e=0

]Review On Amazon

Jabra SP 500, 5 Sep 2007
By J. M. Spriggs (Gloucestershire, England) - See all my reviews


Having had good service from the BT range of Jabra products I opted for this hands free product, after reading the reviews which were quite strong when I purchased.

On delivery the batteries were dead, and during use the reception and microphone quality at the receiver's end have been nothing but downright poor.

I am very disappointed after my earlier experiences with Jabra and this piece of kit is going in the bin after three months of torturous use, which now sees me avoid all mobile calls.

Reviews on Play.Com
battery problems
paintermanchris | 22/09/2008 | See all paintermanchris' reviews (8) »

Mine worked great at first then did not charge properly ,I think its stuck in a cupboard somewere

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Stopped charging after 5 months
RajeevD | 21/05/2008 | See all RajeevD's reviews (1) »

Good while it works. However, it is not charging any longer. This is a second Jabra device breaking down after a few months. Poor reliability.

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some are not too pleased with the charging situation,
not a problem for my occasional use

20 day standby
8 hrs talk time
3 hr charge.... hopefully usb as well

so plug it in puter once every week or so .... ready to go again . good for me

Anybody used this item..???

Original Poster

morgan23;3195770

Anybody used this item..???



Yes TWIST on 1st Page #12
"These are great, got it from Play a couple months back for £14,99".

http://images.play.com/covers/5282612x.jpg

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osiris;3194173

Have you considered this … Have you considered this onehttp://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/916465/-/Product.html?searchstring=jabra+sp500&searchsource=0]Review On Amazon Jabra SP 500, 5 Sep 2007 By J. M. Spriggs (Gloucestershire, England) - See all my reviewsHaving had good service from the BT range of Jabra products I opted for this hands free product, after reading the reviews which were quite strong when I purchased. On delivery the batteries were dead, and during use the reception and microphone quality at the receiver's end have been nothing but downright poor. I am very disappointed after my earlier experiences with Jabra and this piece of kit is going in the bin after three months of torturous use, which now sees me avoid all mobile calls.Reviews on Play.Combattery problemspaintermanchris | 22/09/2008 | See all paintermanchris' reviews (8) »Mine worked great at first then did not charge properly ,I think its stuck in a cupboard somewereDid you find this review helpful?Yes | No | Report abuse Stopped charging after 5 monthsRajeevD | 21/05/2008 | See all RajeevD's reviews (1) »Good while it works. However, it is not charging any longer. This is a second Jabra device breaking down after a few months. Poor reliability.1 of 1 people found this review helpful. Did you?Yes | No | Report abuse



For goodness sake do you want me to cut & paste the poor reviews from your find.

I just pointed out that this item does not allow the system to be used whilst charging. Whilst not important to you, it is extremely important to me, and I thought it would be nice to share my findings with others. Would you agree £14.99 plus quidco would not be a good deal if someone, like me, was looking to have the unit plugged in all the time. Or is that an option that is not allowed in your world.

I do not know if you have actually ordered one of these kits yet or if you intend to at all. All I can say that if it performs for you as well as mine does for me, you should be happy.

One other thing to add, as already stated, my jabra is luckly able to be attatched to my car on the front pillar using the clip supplied for the visor. Personaly I found the unit on the visor was really annoying. Every time I wanted to actually use my visor the unit ended up facing the screen and needed to be moved. My placement has overcome that problem. Of course every car is different so I consider myself lucky

By the way I can vote hot if it makes you happy. Just let me know

Original Poster

Lyrrad;3196613

For goodness sake do you want me to cut & paste the poor reviews from … For goodness sake do you want me to cut & paste the poor reviews from your find.I just pointed out that this item does not allow the system to be used whilst charging. Whilst not important to you, it is extremely important to me, and I thought it would be nice to share my findings with others. Would you agree £14.99 plus quidco would not be a good deal if someone, like me, was looking to have the unit plugged in all the time. Or is that an option that is not allowed in your world.I do not know if you have actually ordered one of these kits yet or if you intend to at all. All I can say that if it performs for you as well as mine does for me, you should be happy.One other thing to add, as already stated, my jabra is luckly able to be attatched to my car on the front pillar using the clip supplied for the visor. Personaly I found the unit on the visor was really annoying. Every time I wanted to actually use my visor the unit ended up facing the screen and needed to be moved. My placement has overcome that problem. Of course every car is different so I consider myself luckyBy the way I can vote hot if it makes you happy. Just let me know



I am just pointing out the jabra has issues holding a charge - if you are happy to have something constantly plugged in to your lighter socket it's your choice. The clip and talk can be charged via usb, and one review stated he could charge it with his satnav mains charger. If you are happy to have wires dangling all over the place why bother with bluetooth? Play.com are now out of stock for the clip and talk but still have plenty of Jabra SP500s so do Amazon at £9.99 inc P&P

Guess I had better get one then
:thumbsup:
Thank's osiris;-)

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osiris;3197466

I am just pointing out the jabra has issues holding a charge - if you are … I am just pointing out the jabra has issues holding a charge - if you are happy to have something constantly plugged in to your lighter socket it's your choice. The clip and talk can be charged via usb, and one review stated he could charge it with his satnav mains charger. If you are happy to have wires dangling all over the place why bother with bluetooth? Play.com are now out of stock for the clip and talk but still have plenty of Jabra SP500s so do Amazon at £9.99 inc P&P



Pointless talking with you any further. You have quite clearly demonstrated that you have taken umbrage to me showing a possible downside of the item you posted. It seems to me that the Jabra I have does have issues with the batteries supplied, although as you could well imagine it would be of no consequence to me. As I said if you are as happy with your purchase as much as I am with my Jabra then we will both be happy. I have no wires dangling at all, and use bluetooth to wirelessly connect my phone to the Jabra. I think you are a bit confused. Really a visor is not a good place to put the unit as expalined in my previous posting. I do note that some choose to attatch it to the dashboard though.

Have a nice life, and an extremely good find. Well done

Original Poster

Lyrrad;3199089

Pointless talking with you any further. You have quite clearly … Pointless talking with you any further. You have quite clearly demonstrated that you have taken umbrage to me showing a possible downside of the item you posted. It seems to me that the Jabra I have does have issues with the batteries supplied, although as you could well imagine it would be of no consequence to me. As I said if you are as happy with your purchase as much as I am with my Jabra then we will both be happy. I have no wires dangling at all, and use bluetooth to wirelessly connect my phone to the Jabra. I think you are a bit confused. Really a visor is not a good place to put the unit as expalined in my previous posting. I do note that some choose to attatch it to the dashboard though.Have a nice life, and an extremely good find. Well done



Also found Jabra SP500 for £9.99 inc P&P @ Amazon for those who may prefer it

I've got mine delivered and it works fine in the saloon but in my roadster its useless!

The other party can't hear me and I can't hear them, granted not many cars are as noisy as mine but this is not as loud as some of the reviews on play.com (or amazon) make it out to be.

Also, its £19.99 at tesco stores

£17.99 now deal expired
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