KLIQ UberTuner - Professional Clip-On Tuner for All Instruments (multi-key modes) - with Guitar, Ukulele, Violin, Bass & Chromatic Tuning Modes
- FAST & ACCURATE: Spend more time playing, and less time tuning. The UberTuner's advanced Micro Processor and highly sensitive Piezo Sensor will ensure your instrument is accurately tuned in a flash.
- SUPER BRIGHT DISPLAY: The large color display allows you to easily see if you're flat, sharp, or dead-on from any angle. With 3 points of adjustment, you can position the screen in any way you like.
- EASY TO USE: Turn it on, clip it on, and you're ready to tune. Since the tuner detects the pitches directly from your instruments' vibrations, ambient room noise will never get in the way.
- RELIABLE: With a strong and durable design, this tuner was built to last. From light use by the music hobbyist to heavy abuse by the touring road warrior, the UberTuner will get you in tune every time.
- 3-YEAR MANUFACTURER GUARANTEE: In the unlikely event the KLIQ UberTuner breaks or stops working, we'll replace it or give you 100% of your money back, no questions asked.
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Tired of Underperforming Clip-On Tuners? So Were We... Meet the UberTuner, the Last Tuner You'll Ever Need!
"I’ve owned a ton of clip-on tuners and the UberTuner ranks up there in the top of the class in terms of speed, accuracy, and convenience." -PREMIER GUITAR MAGAZINE
UberTuner at a Glance:
- High sensitivity piezo sensor for blazing fast & accurate tuning
- Brilliant full-color display that's easy-to-read
- Multi-point screen adjustability for the best viewing angle
- Improved clip design provides superior hold while protecting your instrument's finish
- Dedicated modes for guitar, bass, violin, ukulele, and chromatic for all other instruments
- Transposition settings for Bb, Eb, F, and D woodwind and brass instruments
- Powered by a long-lasting 3V CR2032 lithium battery (included)
- Power save feature for extended battery life
- Easy to use for beginners, robust enough for pros
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1. The UberTuner is built better than the Snark. It has a bigger and brighter display and the clamp is stronger. It just feels more substantial. The arm from the clamp to the tuner is stronger and looks like it will last.
2. When the instrument is in tune, the LED indicator on the Snark will hover in the middle but bounce around a little. This is fine, except when compared to the UberTuner which has an LED circle that lights up around the note you are tuned to. This light stays on and doesn't bounce on and off like the indicator on the Snark.
3. To test each tuner, I clamped the Snark and UberTuner on my guitar at the same time. Both are accurate, but the UberTuner is slightly more responsive. Like I said above, it is easier to tell when the instrument is in tune with the UberTuner since it has the LED circle that lights up.
My only suggestion for the UberTuner is to mark the On/Off button a little more clearly. It is a black button on the side of the black case, next to two other buttons. It would be nice if the On/Off button was either a different color, was raised a little, or had a little nub you could feel with your finger. This would make it a little easier to find and turn the unit on and off without looking so hard for the button. This change would also make it harder to confuse the On/Off button with the other two buttons on the side of the case. The On/Off button on the Snark is a different color and is located on the face of the unit.
Final recommendation: Spend the extra few bucks and get this tuner. It's well worth it!
After reading the reviews on Amazon, decided to order the KLIQ to try since I haves 3 basses, and wanted to have a tuner in each case.
Even though I love the convenience of the Snark, was always disappointed how it responded to my low B string. It wavered a lot, and I had to tune using the high octave B on that string. It wasn’t easy having to finger the B, pluck, and then adjust the tuner with my right hand. If I used the open string, it wouldn’t register but for a second or two.
When I received the KLIQ, I decided to run a test. First I tuned my Warwick using the Snark. My Warwick is solid when it comes to tuning. I’ve had times when it’s been in the case for weeks, pulled it out, and it was still in tune. So it’s not like the bass goes out of tune easily.
Then I tuned the bass right after using the KLIQ. As you can see in the photos, the KLIQ is larger and brighter. The circle around the note name lights up when you are tuned to it. The KLIQ showed that the B string was slightly flat, even though the Snark briefly said it was in tune. So I tuned the B string to neutral. Then I reattached the Snark, and it was showing flat as seen in the picture.
I tried the KLIQ on my other basses, 4 string Squire and an Ovation 4 string acoustic with similar results. I’ll have to see over time, but so far the difference is strikingly clear. Right out of the box, I’d recommend the KLIQ over the Snark. A bigger, brighter display. More accuracy. And the KLIQ has a cool animation when you turn it off and on. For roughly the same price, I believe the KLIQ is far superior and I’m looking forward to purchasing another one soon.
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The screen is bright and clear, the display stable and precise, and tuning is a much quicker process for me now. I also like the fact that - unlike a lot of revered tuners like the Boss TU-3, this little tuner can be calibrated to 432Hz (the Boss only goes to 436Hz), which could be important if you want to experiment with that tuning and its alleged benefits with a degree of convenience.
Construction: well, like most things it's plastic. But it appears to be designed well enough to last with sensible use, but not abuse. The battery can be changed quickly without fuzz (a coin battery, the number of which escapes me) and according to other reviews, will need changing about once a year.
Value for money: at the current Amazon price of £15, I think it represents good value for money. It's at least £20 elsewhere. And with a 2 or 3 year warranty, with a decent company to back that warranty, I think it's a great buy.
Whilst that might sound trivial, when all you want to do is throw it on a guitar, quickly tune up and play it adds a frustrating and irritating delay (particularly if you want to turn it off, too, although I guess you could just unclip it and chuck it out of sight, and let it use up battery auto-turning off). Just doing a very quick re-tune in the middle of your practice becomes a chore because of this.
Once working the tuning is extremely accurate and easy to use, no problems on that front.
I only use it on guitar, so the other modes are redundant for me.
It's expensive, too... I suppose I thought I'd treat myself to a 'luxury' tuner but it wasn't worth it, both for the hassle and because I'm not using it for multiple instrument types.
Overall I wouldn't buy it again, instead I'd just get a Snark which I've owned before, was just as accurate and was massively quicker and so more convenient to use.
I am extremely pleased with this, my most expensive tuner so far. The display is bright and clear, it reads the notes instantly and apears to be very accurate. Unlike my old tuner the battery does not loose charge over time, or if it does you wouldn't notice, it still works perfectly. I wish I'd invested in an expensive tuner years ago.
This is a vast improvement - better made, faster and more precise in its reactions, and better designed. Time will tell about its durability, but it's looking good at the moment.