iSound iPod / iPhone Charger FM Radio Travel Kit -  £9.99 @ Play.com (75% off RRP)
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iSound iPod / iPhone Charger FM Radio Travel Kit - £9.99 @ Play.com (75% off RRP)

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Found 4th Feb 2009Made hot 4th Feb 2009
iSound - 4 in 1 iPod travel kit, charge your iPods and iPhones at home or in the car, Sync-update your tunes effortlessly, and Play wirelessly in the car or at home.

Cheapest I have seen is £24.99 !! Oh yes 5p QUIDCO too : )

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this one doesn't say licenced but it seems great value
if only i knew how quality compared to licenced/official.

seems like a cracking deal. Heat added.

A whopping 5p quidco too! Cheers ordered one

Any one knows if this charges the iPhone 3g?

Thanks

I don't think much to our FM Transmitter - if you're travelling it loses the FM station all the time. I prefer my pound shop cassette thingy.

just ordered one thanks been looking for one for ages

emad;4280239

Any one knows if this charges the iPhone 3g?Thanks



I have one of these and it does work with the iPhone 3G. I got it for xmas, it does work OK but the reception of the FM transmitter is not the best - then again maybe I am using a frequency that is affected by radio stations etc...

my iphone 3g wire casing decided to crack so i've got one of these just in case it decides to snap, hot deal thanks!

wasnt this the same items for a fiver at asda?

mani;4281721

wasnt this the same items for a fiver at asda?


not much use unless its still a fiver at asda

Having had a look at the page on play, it seems very similar to something I picked up in HMV a while back. Certainly the radio transmitter is the same.

Has pro's and cons. The cons are the transmitter isnt that great quality and can be very crackly. Also if using it via the in car charger the cable does fall out a fair bit, which is a bit fiddly to reconnect when your driving.

However a couple of rechargable AAA batteries solve that, and for a tenner the signal will do (never tried an expensive radio kit, so dont know if they are better), usually found myself driving with the ipod and transmitter on my knee, so if it did start to lose signal could just move it untill it picked it back up again



Also found the in car charger takes any USB cable, so in theory, it'll charge any appliance that comes with a USB cable with it (ie use the PC cable for my N95 to charge both that and the Tom Tom in the car through it)

cpr83;4282804

Having had a look at the page on play, it seems very similar to something … Having had a look at the page on play, it seems very similar to something I picked up in HMV a while back. Certainly the radio transmitter is the same.Has pro's and cons. The cons are the transmitter isnt that great quality and can be very crackly. Also if using it via the in car charger the cable does fall out a fair bit, which is a bit fiddly to reconnect when your driving.However a couple of rechargable AAA batteries solve that, and for a tenner the signal will do (never tried an expensive radio kit, so dont know if they are better), usually found myself driving with the ipod and transmitter on my knee, so if it did start to lose signal could just move it untill it picked it back up again :)Also found the in car charger takes any USB cable, so in theory, it'll charge any appliance that comes with a USB cable with it (ie use the PC cable for my N95 to charge both that and the Tom Tom in the car through it)




The N95 does not charge via USB

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Cracking gadget, just ordered hot!

Great Deal
Ordered One ....
Thanks OP heat added

thanks just ordered this

Thanks OP got mine today. Not tried the FM transmitter yet but all this for £10 not to bad.

Hey guys,

Managed to get one of these. I'm not sure what the USB port on the wireless transmitter is meant to do?:oops:

Thanks got mine...

But the FM transmitter isnt working!

is this just mine or has anyone else had any trouble.

Nice one. Mines on order :-)

any comments from the people who bought this as to quality?
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