- Size (LWH): 5.6 inches, 4.1 inches, 1.4 inches
- Weight: 3.2 ounces
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Belkin Bluetooth Car Hands-Free Kit for Apple iPhone, iPod, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones
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- Routes calls and music from a smartphone through car speakers
- Seamlessly switches between calls and music
- Embedded microphone mounts anywhere on the dashboard for the best voice pick-up
- Bluetooth connects to smartphone
- Aux-In connects to car stereo
- Wirelessly plays music from your iPhone/iPod touch to your car stereo
- Button-less pairing
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Update (12/1/12): one issue people had with this device is that it doesn't auto connect to your bluetooth device when you get in the car. Well, if you have a smart phone with NFC (Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy SIII, etc), you can program an NFC tag to "Enable Bluetooth", stick the tag in your car dock, and when you put your phone in the dock, it will connect.
The first major shortfall is that it does not autoconnect-- you need to press the button so your phone connects. That means I need to press the button every time I start my car. That may not seem like a big deal, but autoconnect on bluetooth headsets has been around for many years and should be standard on this device. Because it does not autoconnect, I rarely remember to hit the button when I get in the car. Whenever a call comes in, I can't answer since I forgot to manually connect my phone. Also, every time I press the button to connect, it starts playing music on my iPhone, that isn't a big deal, but it is worth noting.
The 2nd major shortfall is that it can only pair with one phone. If my wife ever wants to drive my car, she won't be able to use the bluetooth handsfree from her phone. Again, this is another standard feature with current bluetooth headsets and should be standard on this device.
I'll bet that they fix these two problems on V2, and that may make it a perfect device.Read more ›
Once you've paired it to your compatible device you're good to go. Hit play and your music will start playing through your car stereo. You can answer calls with this thing too. It has a built in mic that has decent quality. Push the big button to pause your tunes, shut off your car, and go wherever you're going. You don't have to unplug this thing because it shuts off automatically after 10 minutes. I know this because I sat in my car for 10 minutes to make sure it would in fact shut off. The audio quality for music is the same as a direct cable into your radio. I can't tell the difference and I have pretty good hearing. I couldn't be happier.
So now that you've got it working here is your workflow.
1. Get in your car and start it
2. Hit the button on this thing, it will pair and immediately start playing where it left off
This is an expensive little gizmo however it does exactly what it's supposed to do. Nothing more, nothing less. You may get a rats nest of wires if your aux port is in the front dash of your car but you want wireless music right? So either pay the big bucks and add bluetooth to your current radio or deal with a couple or wires and pay a fraction of the cost.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product, reception from phone to product is great. Links without problemPublished 7 days ago by Steve21175
I wish this would be a cheap fix for my non-Bluetooth car. The sound is terrible, I have to turn the volume up to max just to hear the other person on a call. Read morePublished 8 days ago by K. McFarland
The music and podcasts come through clearly. Phone calls are not as clear for person I am talking to.Published 12 days ago by Melissa
Great to play music, but people say I sound far away when I am talking on it. I have this placed next to my steering wheel on my dash, so it is not like I have it in the back of... Read morePublished 16 days ago by A. Grant
2 reasons I am returning this product -
1 . The magnetic plate came off from its base due to poor adhesive .
2. Read more
Pros: Sounds very clear. Very little loss in sound quality. If the device is positioned right, the mic works very well. Easy setup. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Yves