Griffin iTrip Clip - Battery powered Bluetooth Receiver + Integrated microphone at Amazon for £12.60 (Prime or £15.59 non Prime)
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Griffin iTrip Clip - Battery powered Bluetooth Receiver + Integrated microphone at Amazon for £12.60 (Prime or £15.59 non Prime)

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Found 25th Oct
This is the cheapest it has ever been, i haven't bought one before, but at this price I had to take the plunge.

It will make your iphone7/8 work with your old headphones again and it incorporates a microphone that allows you to still take calls. Battery is a stated 6 hours lithium-ion micro-usb rechargable

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I have one absolutley brilliant excellent battery life and range unbelievably good for such a small unit ...

jizzer17 m ago

I have one absolutley brilliant excellent battery life and range …I have one absolutley brilliant excellent battery life and range unbelievably good for such a small unit ...


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Just a word of warning the battery life is good for a small unit but doesnt last more than a few hours which is fine if you got a warning of low battery but rather than a few beeps when its low it just cuts off completely when dead. No prior warning.... its a little frustrating but worth this price

I have the Kitsound music a adaptor 2 (£17 at Tesco down from £25) does let you know when the battery is low, also receives or transmits so my old sansa clip zip can now connect to Bluetooth earphones or speakers, or as this Griffin one does, can make my wired earphones Bluetooth

Works well either way

rnr818 h, 6 m ago

I have the Kitsound music a adaptor 2 (£17 at Tesco down from £25) does l …I have the Kitsound music a adaptor 2 (£17 at Tesco down from £25) does let you know when the battery is low, also receives or transmits so my old sansa clip zip can now connect to Bluetooth earphones or speakers, or as this Griffin one does, can make my wired earphones BluetoothWorks well either way


Funny enough I returned one of these to Tesco today, saw it at £17 and thought i'd give it a go.
Worked great apart from using it in the car as it suggests on the box, one would assume it would turn on when it gets power over the USB and shut off when there is no power on the USB or have some form of timer on it, it just stayed on for hours.

Original Poster

This item isn't really designed for long term car use, for that there are other products they have released:

Bluetooth Car: amazon.co.uk/Gri…R9T

Lightning cable charge+aux Car: amazon.co.uk/Gri…fin

in my partners car she doesnt have steering controls, could this be used as she has a bluetooth headunit but its touch screen and hard to change a song while driving.

just a thouhgt but dont think it would work

Original Poster

This devices provides a 3.5mm jack headphone socket which using an aux cable could be plugged into the cars stereo or headunit as it's known, but that is as long as the headunit has a 3.5mm jack aux input on it?
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