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BlueAnt Supertooth 3 Bluetooth Hands-Free Speakerphone (Black)

by BlueAnt
695 customer reviews
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  • Automatically reconnects to your phone when you open your car door
  • A2DP streaming for music, podcasts and turn-by-turn GPS directions
  • Incoming caller name announce (Text-To-Speech), answer with your voice
  • No installation required, clips to visor
  • Up to 20 hrs talk, 600 hrs standby
  • Hands-free speakerphone for a safer, legal alternative to talking on your cell phone while driving; affix to the sun-visor via a two sided magnetic clip
  • Uploads contacts from your mobile device and announces who is calling via TTS (Text To Speech)
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 4.17 inches, 2.71 inches, 0.78 inches
  • Weight: 4.48 ounces
  • Minimum Rated Talk Time: 800 hours
  • Minimum Rated Standby Time: 15 hours
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Product Description

Product Description

The BlueAnt Supertooth 3 hands-free speakerphone provides a safer, legal alternative to talking on your cell phone while you drive. Voice prompts provide assistance to help you connect the device with your phone and upload your address book. The Supertooth 3 announces the name or ID of the caller when the phone rings - just say 'OK' to accept the call. Install the Supertooth 3 in seconds for a totally handsfree experience.

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The BlueAnt Supertooth 3 hands-free speakerphone provides a safe way to use your mobile phone while you drive. When the phone rings, the Supertooth 3's sophisticated Text-to-Speech software announces the name or number of the caller. To accept the call, just say "OK." There is no need to take your hands off the wheel or your eyes off the road.



The BlueAnt Supertooth 3 clips to your car's sun visor and provides hands-free communication while driving.

Installing the Supertooth 3 is simple too: simply slide the enclosed metal clip onto your car sun visor and attach the Supertooth 3 using the magnets on the back. Then use the intuitive voice prompts (available in a choice of 6 languages) to help you connect the device with your phone and upload your address book.

The Supertooth 3 also features advanced Digital Signal Processing software that eliminates noise and gives you outstanding audio quality, regardless of whether the car is stationary or travelling at high speed. It even adjusts sound levels to compensate for loud engine noise or external noise created when the windows are wound down.

The Supertooth 3 can be paired with up to 8 devices and supports voice dial activation, redial and call reject (if your mobile phone supports these features).

Key Features

  • Talk hands-free on your phone while driving.
  • Text to Speech: the Supertooth 3 announces the caller's name or number.
  • True Hands-free: simply say "Answer", "OK" or "Accept Call" to answer the call.
  • Choice of 6 languages: British English, American English, French, Italian, Spanish and German.
  • Automatic reconnection when you get back into the car.
  • Full Digital Signal Processor provides noise and echo cancellation.
  • Full duplex, high-performance speaker.
  • Pairs with up to 8 Bluetooth devices.
  • Voice dialling (if supported by your phone).
  • Bluetooth 2.0 Headset and Hands-free Profiles.
  • Operates up to metres (33 feet) from the phone.
  • Up to 15 hours talk time; 800 hours standby.
  • 2 year replacement warranty (excludes clip and charger).

What's in the Box

BlueAnt Supertooth 3 Car Kit, 2 sun visor clips, car charger, AC power adaptor, quick start guide, user manual

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I handle calls when the Supertooth 3 is connected?

To answer an incoming call, say "Accept Call," "Accept," "Answer" or "OK" within 3 seconds after hearing the beep. Or you can answer a call by pressing the green Accept button.

Use the red End/Reject button to reject an incoming call or end an active call.

To redial the last number, press and hold the green button for 3 seconds.

Can I use voice activated dialling if my phone supports it?

Yes. The Supertooth 3 supports voice activated dialling if your phone also supports it. Check your phone's user manual for information on setting up this feature.

Can I use my Supertooth 3 with my computer for VOIP applications?

Yes. You can connect the Supertooth 3 to a PC or Mac that supports the Headset or Hands-free profile. To do this your computer must have Bluetooth enabled, either through a Bluetooth USB Dongle or through a built-in Bluetooth feature.

The connection and pairing process will differ depending on your computer system and Bluetooth software, but to connect the Supertooth 3 you need to put it into pairing mode and then use your computer to search for devices. You will need to enter the passkey "0000" (four zeros) when prompted.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 2.7 x 0.8 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001953NGS
  • Item model number: BA-SUPERTOOTH3
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (695 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,399 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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206 of 219 people found the following review helpful By J. Blackmun on July 7, 2008
I have been selling wireless since 1996 and have used multiple headsets, hands free solutions, etc. This has the best voice quality of any in-car set up I have used. I was using a Jawbone, which I still have, and is excellent. I am just tired of having something hanging on my ear X hours a day. I am a gadget freak for sure but I am tired of the tool on my ear.

I made some calls at 80mph in my wife's minivan on the turnpike to friends to get their feedback before using it for business and they did no know I was on a speakerphone...that's good enough for me. The voicedialing, as with any voicedialing feature, sucks. They all suck. The voice answer did not work either - say 'ok' to answer...yeah my kids were laughing at me saying 'ok' 6 times and then the call went to voicemail because it never answered. But I expected that...so just reach up and tap the answer button...no worries. My concern was voice quality, and it passed the test.

The auto phonebook transfer to a blackberry will not work from the device but will work if you do it from your BBerry's blutooth menu and push it to the device. It took about 10 minutes for my 1500+ contacts to transfer. I only did that so I could hear the name of the inbound caller, which is cool. The reality is we all have our phones right next to us when the call comes in and we can look at the phone's screen if need be.

01/09 UPDATE: I got a new car and well...I have to turn this off for business calls. It's just not good enough. What changed? Well, just my car. There is nothing worn with the device. So maybe the cars insulation is coming into play? I am driving a C6 Corvette and I am certain it is not as insulated as my previous car (Audi TT) or my wife's minivan. That being said, if your car is well insulated from road noise you should love this device. Cheers, Josh.
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86 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Canyonroom on June 4, 2008
Being a fan of the supertooth 2, I got the supertooth 3 for the text to speech feature which is supposed to announce the caller's name based on your address book. Problem is that I could never get it to say the caller's name, instead it will only say the number. I'm using it with a blackberry 8830 and have also tried it with a Mot Krzr with the same results. Contacted the company over the phone who's support is great but they couldn't get it to say the caller's name either and suggested the I send it back. Not good for a new product.

I'm sending it back and we'll see what happens with the next one.

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Update 6-13-08:
We still can't get the ST3 to announce the callers name either. We are on our third one after returning two of them. In our company we have BB8830's and Pearls. Tried on both with no luck, only phone numbers are announced. Also tried on two Mot KRZR's also with no luck either. Called vendor three times now and they had me do the batt thing also. They finally said that our vendor may have had a "bad batch". This one is really hard to believe. I called our vendor who is not happy that this "may be the case". I'm now waiting for blueant to send me an envelope to send the unit back and to then send me one directly from the factory.

I'm not holding my breath on this. Guess it's like software... never by version 1.0 of anything. For a few weeks, there was nothing out there (internet search) that pointed to this problem but now it's everywhere.

Aside from that, the unit performs as good as the Supertooth Light verison.

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7-3-08: Still haven't received the product return package from the manufacturer. We are still getting the Supertooth 3 device for clients though because the other "advertised" features do work and work well and so far is the most "hands free".
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114 of 120 people found the following review helpful By Avialae on June 26, 2008
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After much research here on Amazon, I decided to order the BlueAnt Supertooth3 to solve the dilemma of California's new cellphone law. I did not want any such product, but some of the available solutions are definitely less wanted than others. The Plantronics 510 Voyager would be good for a person who doesn't mind wearing gear and doesn't use sunglasses or other glasses, but I'm not a headset/earpiece kinda gal. The BlueAnt Light, with the protruding mic, sounded like a major irritation just because of the temperamental mic that would get stuck. For me, the lack of Caller ID made it unacceptable. I don't answer unnecessary calls while driving. The Jabra speakerphone does not come with a home charger. That is ridiculous, and I would never buy a product that required another purchase, when it should come with it in the first place. I saw so few reviews for the Supertooth3, which was disappointing, but decided to write one myself.

I received it yesterday. It took just under an hour to charge, and it comes with a home charger, car charger and two magnet clips. It wouldn't sync the phonebook from my LG8300, not even one at a time contacts. This means that Caller ID announces the incoming number, not the name, but that is okay with me. I had never used voice dial on my phone, but the Supertooth booklet instructed that one voice tag was necessary on the phone in order to use voice dial. So I made one voice dial call from my phone, and then tried it on the Supertooth. It worked fine. I can say, "Call Sonia Home", and it dials Sonia's home phone as opposed to her cellphone. In order to enable handsfree voice answer, one must depress the volume button until it gives the voice message that it has been done.
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