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    Review: SuperTooth Buddy In-Car Hands Free Kit


    We're always looking for a simplistic, yet user-friendly hands-free kit to satisfy our smartphone needs while driving. Let me introduce you to the SuperTooth Buddy In-Car Hands Free Kit.


    Specs:

    - Bluetooth hands-free kit version 2.1
    - Quick fixation on sun visor via metal clip
    - Headset and hands-free profiles
    - Multipoint : 2 phones can be paired simultaneously
    - Automatic pairing
    - Full Duplex
    - DSP
    - Operating range : 10 meters
    - Frequency : 2.4 GHz
    - Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery
    - Voice recognition dialling (if phone supports)
    - Last call redial
    - Reject incoming call
    - Dimensions (mm) : 13 x 49 x 130
    - Weight (gr) : 10
    I personally don't own a vehicle, but I did have fellow BlackBerry user & family member @ericmgaudreau assist me with reviewing this kit. You can read his unedited review.



    The particular unit that was given to review is the SuperTooth Buddy In-Car Hands Free Kit. This unit is quite simple to use and to understand. So if you aren’t a tech-savvy person, or are looking for a simplistic speakerphone, this is a good unit you.

    When it came to syncing to my Blackberry it was quite easy and much easier than with other Bluetooth devices I have used.


    Pros:

    • Speaker volume is great it is loud and clear. I don’t find myself constantly trying to turn up the volume to drown out the road noise.
    • This unit has a magnetic back and clips to a clip that is placed on the visor. The nice part this is that you can remove the unit easily and re-attach it quickly if you need to flip your visor.
    • There only five buttons and they are quite simple and intuitive to use
    • When powering up the unit is beeps to let the user know that it has connected to the mobile.


    Cons

    • The biggest con/annoyance with this particular unit is that charging port is on the back making it difficult to access without repositioning the unit on the visor.
    • The connected and charging light is very difficult to see unless you’re looking at the unit straight on.



    You can purchase the SuperTooth Buddy In-Car Hands Free Kit from several different sources, including Amazon (USA), Future Shop (Canada) or directly from SuperTooth (Europe).


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    I love the design, and for under $50 that's very affordable.
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    Being a carrier of 2 cell phones, the option of pairing 2 phones at once is pretty attractive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Jerde View Post
    I love the design, and for under $50 that's very affordable.
    Yeah. It's a sweet device.
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