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Motorola Speaker Car Kit

Reviewing: Motorola Bluetoothcar Kit Hf820  |  Rating:
godfrey884 By godfrey884 on
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My husband is a truck driver. He is on the road all the time for 14 days at a time, therefore our communication is by him calling on a cell phone. We have the Motorola Razr cell phone, and for those of you that have them may have noticed the same thing, these phone are not the easiest phone to rest on your shoulder when driving as they are just too thin.

After several times of my husband dropping me or asking me to hold on while he makes a corner as he need two hands to control his semi I decided it was time to do something. He had the bluetooth ear piece but we both found it not to be very good. I could hear more traffic then I could him talking and he just didn't find it comfortable on his ear. Therefore out next purchase was a Bluetooth speaker car kit.

I purchased him the Motorola Bluetooth car kit HF 820. This bluetooth is very light, it's about 4 inches long and about 2 1/2 inch wide. It is compatible with most bluetooth phones. The Motorola bluetooth car kit clips to your sun visor for hands free talking. No more putting something around your ear, or having to hold your phone.

In the package was the Bluetooth, sun visor clip, car charger, manual, and a landyard.

Once out of the package you charge your bluetooth, pair it with you cell phone and your ready to go hands free. When you want to make or receive a call all you do is push the Blue LCD light and your connected, push it again and you can hang up.

Features.

One watt speaker.

Blue LCD light to know when it is powered on.

Clips to sun visor for total hands free talking.

Best feature it has echo and noise cancellation.

Toggle volume control.

Easy push bottom answer, hangup or call.

5 hours of talk time, over 100 hours standby.

Voice dialing.

Can also be used with a headset/ear piece.

Sun visor clip/holster can also be used in the upright position as a stand on desk or table.

Cons:

The volume and power button are the same button, you push in to power on or off, toggle to put volume up or down. So if your not careful you can actually power it off during a call when you are trying to put the volume up or down.

The LCD light is very bright and can be a little distracting at night till you get use to it.

This Motorola speaker car kit has worked great for my husband, we have talked without traffic or noise from his semi. The charge and talk time have been great on this unit. And it has been a lot more comfortable for my husband rather then having to hold his cell phone or having an ear piece. I would recommend this to anyone not only for the convenience and comfort but also for safety.