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Motorola T325 Bluetooth Portable Car Speaker (Black, Retail Packaging)

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  • Palm-sized Bluetooth handsfree speaker for using in the car
  • Turns on automatically when you enter the car, and turns off when you exit the car.
  • Automatically uploads your favorite contacts for one touch access.
  • One touch access to information such as Weather, Traffic, News with Bing 411.
  • Voice Caller ID speaks callers name. Includes a car charger.
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Motorola T325 Bluetooth Portable Car Speaker (Black, Retail Packaging) + Motorola Micro-USB Home and Travel Charger + Motorola Vehicle Power Adapter micro-USB Rapid Rate Charger
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 8 inches, 6 inches, 3 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002TZFEKU
  • Item model number: 89345N
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (937 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,505 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Product Description

The T325 comes equipped with powerful dual speakers, and automated car entry on/exit off feature, and a 'favorites' contact list. Just clip to your visor and go! Also featured: easy and quick access to information via Bing 411.

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Go hands-free the moment you enter your car with the T325 Portable Bluetooth® Speakerphone. The T325's intuitive design includes an entry on/exit off feature that automatically syncs your Bluetooth-enabled phone with the speakerphone when you enter your car. This clever speakerphone is packed with premium calling features, including an automated phonebook that announces the name of incoming callers. It also gives you one touch access to Bing 411--a service that provides directions, weather updates, movie times, and more.

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Motorola T325 Portable Bluetooth® Speakerphone
At a Glance:
  • Instantly turns on when you get into your car for hands-free calls.
  • Audibly announces the names of incoming callers from your phonebook.
  • Automatically compiles a list of frequently used phone numbers.
  • Offers 17 hours of uninterrupted talk time.
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The T325 automatically syncs with your phone when you enter your car. View larger.
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Strong battery life offers 17 hours of uninterrupted talk time. View larger.
Syncs Automatically with Your Mobile Device
Fully Bluetooth-enabled, the T325 wirelessly syncs with your mobile device the moment you enter your car. There are no buttons to fumble with or push, and everything is automatic so you'll never forget. This way you'll always talk hands-free and keep your attention where it needs to be--on the road. You don't have to worry about it turning it off either; the T325 automatically switches itself off when you get out of your car, conserving battery life for your next trip.

Call Options at the Touch of a Button
With the T325, you gain access to several convenient calling functions, including call waiting and mute. A large call button lets you answer and place calls with ease, while a tri-color LED displays Bluetooth connectivity and mute status. Most importantly, the speakerphone's controls are user-friendly so you won't compromise your safety while driving.

Convenient Contact Features
When you receive a call, the T325 will audibly announce the name of the incoming caller. It pulls names directly from your phonebook and will recognize up to 1,500 entries.

For added convenience, the T325 will automatically compile a "Favorite Contacts" list. It intuitively updates and stores your 25 most frequently used phone numbers and allows one-touch dialing for those contacts.

Instant Access to Bing 411 Services
The T325 also gives you access to Bing 411--a fast and easy way to stay connected and get information when you're on the go. Preprogrammed as the number-one spot on the "Favorite Contacts" list, Bing 411 provides one-touch access to driving directions, weather, movies, sports, stock quotes and more.

Long-Lasting Charge and Universal Bluetooth Compatibility
The T325 provides up to 17 hours of uninterrupted talk time. On standby, the battery's charge can last for up to 2-1/2 weeks. For added convenience, a micro-USB charging port is included on the side of the device.

The speakerphone also features universal compatibility and can be used with any Bluetooth-enabled device--it's simple to set up and takes only seconds to sync.

About Motorola
Motorola, a recognized leader in mobile connectivity, is committed to developing tools and technologies to make people's lives easier, more efficient, and more connected. Founded in 1928, Motorola's prominent record of invention and innovation includes equipment that carried the first words spoken from the moon as well as the world's first handheld cellular phone. Now, with their new line of Bluetooth® headsets, Motorola continues to change the shape of communications by developing technologies to eliminate boundaries for people, businesses, and public safety agencies, enhancing and advancing how they communicate.


Customer Reviews

Good battery life.
Blue Ribbon
The announcers voice is clear and others can hear me well when I call them as well as when they call me.
A. Hollis
I would have given it a 5 star review.
Charlie Brown

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

649 of 656 people found the following review helpful By Sharon E. Herring on April 24, 2010
I have owned other Bluetooth car speakers, but none compare to this one. Motorola really went all out in their research to find ways to make this product exceptionally user-friendly! You pair it to your cell phone, clip it to your visor and it does the rest! I, too, was concerned about it only coming with a car charger. I now realize the reason is because you rarely have to charge it. Unlike other speakers I have owned, I don't have to take it in every night to hook up to a charger (and then forget to get it in the morning); I don't have to turn it on and off or "connect" it to my cell phone every morning -- it does everything automatically, and the sound quality is excellent. And I especially like the feature that announces the person who is calling me. I don't have to take my eyes off the road for one second to look at the incoming number on my cell phone! I have only written 3 reviews on products in my entire lifetime of buying electronic gadgets (and I have bought LOTS!), so I really have to be sold on a product to write a review. I feel confident in stating that this product is worthy of a top rating.
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374 of 378 people found the following review helpful By Blue Ribbon on June 4, 2010
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Excellent product. Works better than expected. Before I made the purchase, I compared it with BlueAnt SuperTooth 3, Jabra Cruiser, Motorola T505 but eventually bought this T325. The big reason I chose T325 over others is because it is a newer product. Others have been on the market for years. I'm glad I made the right choice after using it for 4 weeks.

The most important feature I'm looking for is a reliable Auto On and Auto Off feature. My car is parked in the garage, about 20 feet from the desk where I usually keep my phone at. Heard some bad stories about the phone keeps the connection to the speakerphone after user leaves the car and missed calls with BlueAnt and Jabra. This T325 works perfectly. Usually 20 seconds after I leave the car, it always disconnects. In fact, for 4 weeks, it has never stayed connected to my phone after I leave the car, never failed to connect when I enter the car, and never disconnected when I'm in the car driving. All 3 makes it a perfect speakerphone for me. And that's consistent to all the phones I have been using. To summarize:

1. Reliable Auto On/Auto Off.

2. Reliable connection.

3. Works with multiple phones. When it is turned on, it will always try to connect to the last connected phone. If that phone isn't present, it will look for other paired phones. Works perfectly for my Blackberry Tour, Nexus One and my wife's Samsung Alias 2. It always connects to the phone whoever is carrying, making car switching easier. It is actually better than the factory Bluetooth in my wife's 2010 Prius. Prius doesn't connect to a different phone automatically. You have to go down 5 levels of menu to select the phone if you switch phones. T325 doesn't connect to multiple phones simultaneously though.

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140 of 142 people found the following review helpful By sb on March 14, 2010
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I was given this as a gift and I love it. As far as charging it goes, one of the other reviewers said that it only comes with the car charger, but it uses the same charging cable as my cell phone, so I just use that. In other words, you can use a cable that plugs into your computer or the wall, instead of the cable that plugs into your lighter. The charge lasts a really long time because I got it in February and I am only charging it now because it alerted me that the battery level was medium instead of what I usually hear when I get in my car ("battery level is high").

It attaches to your visor and all you have to do is push one button to make a call or end a call. The device pairs with your phone and you can have it access your phone book. For example, after pairing, you can push the button and say "Call Mary". The device will say something like "Can you confirm that you want me to call Mary?" and you say yes, and then the device calls Mary.

I am told by my family that they can hear me very well when they call me, or when I call them.
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221 of 233 people found the following review helpful By The Doug on June 27, 2010
I have used other bluetooth car speakers for a long time. I was most recently using the Motorola T305, which had plenty of volume and clarity for me hearing my callers but my voice sounded shrill and tinny when my callers listened to me, and it also transmitted lots of background road noise. So I was shopping for a unit that sounded better than my T305.

THE GOOD:
This T325 has two features that I really like:
(1) The fact that it automatically shuts itself off shortly after you exit the vehicle. My garage is less than 33 feet from my home office, and my old bluetooth car speaker stayed connected to my phone (within 33 feet) even after I went into the house. This unit solved that problem.
(2) Caller name is announced. This unit automatically downloaded my address book from my iPhone 3GS, and used it to announce the caller's name during incoming calls.

THE BAD:
Sound quality. The T325 unit's volume and clarity was not as good as my T305, and my callers heard no improvement in my voice - still shrill and tinny, with lots of background road noise.

BOTTOM LINE:
I returned the T325 and purchased a Jabra Cruiser instead (Jabra model HFS001). It's a minor nuisance that the Cruiser stays connected to my iPhone in the house (so I have to turn the Cruiser off when exiting the car), but the quality of sound produced by the Cruiser is SOOOO much better than either the T305 or the T325. Using the Jabra Cruiser, my callers can hear my voice crystal clear with no tinniness, even with the car's A/C fan on high and windows down (the cruiser uses two microphones for superior noise cancellation). And, it's loud.
The Cruiser also has a feature that plays a cell phone's MP3 music over the car's FM radio, but I will probably not use this.
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