Mobile handsfree kit

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Searched around on ebay and most of these are bloody expensive. Anyone know a good site that is selling them cheap? Either the car kit or a bluetooth one. Cheers.
 

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how much you willing to spend......just over a year ago i had the sony HCB-700 model installed (was the dogs nuts then with the LCD and seperate control unit, voice recognition blah blah)...... cost me £100 from carphone warehouse (they were doing a deal ta the time) and had £20 voucher for my phone trade in....so cost me £80. However it cost me another £100 to get it installed into the car with the sound transfered to the car speakers when someone called.

TBH you will be looking for around the 100 mark for a fairly good one. The parrot makes are fairly good and not too expensive on the net. Let me know how much you want to spend and i'll see what i can find
 
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Just a normal bluetooth headset mate nothing fancy. as long as its clear.
 

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try halfords it 99.99 fitted free-car handfree kit bluetooth ,voice comes from car speakers loud and clear: big crow
 

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Have been looking myself at a car hands free kit and didn't want to go down the headset route.
Found this at the link.com Kondor BTVISORL Visor Mount Hands Free for £45.
And you might be able to get 5% as theres a code been posted in vouchers and codes for the Link(not alot but it all helps)

http://www.thelinkaccessories.com/P_BTVISORL_Portable%20Bluetooth%20Car%20Kit%20Visor%20Mount,%20Easy%20Install.html

Apparently it clips to your visor
 

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Hi,

Halfords also do a Bluetooth one that plugs into your Cigarrette lighter. Looks a bit like a gear stick but includes a built in speaker/mic etc. Pretty neat and you can easily move it from car to car. Cost about £30.
 

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be warned tho when you have an all in one mic and speeaker system the quality wont be that good also you can get a lot of feedback/noise. generally speaking carkits with seperate microphones are a lot better. not to mention the charging of portable devices

you would be better of getting a carkit bluetooth system with seperate microphone etc and a basic one will set you back about £60-£80

http://www.funkyafone.co.uk/product.aspx?id=670
http://www.blueunplugged.com/p.aspx?p=105465
http://www.blueunplugged.com/p.aspx?p=105458
http://www.blueunplugged.com/p.aspx?p=114745
http://www.blueunplugged.com/p.aspx?p=118693
http://www.carphonewarehouse.com/co...accessoryName=TH Bury Bluetooth Fitted Carkit
 
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F.S Motorola BT headset New

Hi there

Just read you wanted ad.

1) Motorola Bluetooth headset (HS820) and power adaptor New £20 inc P&P


You can pay through Paypal and i will deliver it after payment is made.


PM if your interested.


Regards : multi :
 
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