Motorola Roadster Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone [Non-Retail Packaging]
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As stated, this unit has treated me very good over the past year, it has sat in my car 24x7 in both very cold and very hot temps, I have never had any issues with it at all. I recommend this unit 100%.
I tried a Jabra Drive, but my friends reported it had excessive feedback when I called them so I returned it.
So far the Roadster is great. It pairs easily, and sound quality is top notch. It stays paired longer than my T325, so occasionally I will turn it off if I plan to remain near the car after I park. The voice command function works well for me, I use a Blackberry Bold. It is a great solution for hands free phone use while driving.
EDIT: After a few months, this has worked flawlessly. Only one issue: the Bluetooth range is so good, I have to turn off the T325 or deactivate Bluetooth on my phone to keep it from staying active while I'm in the house...
So, when out city recently passed a law of no cell phone use while driving - it was the logical thing to do but to buy one myself. Again, I have had no problems and everyone says it is clear on their end too!
Another plus - I LOVE audio books and often listen as I'm driving, now - I can listen over this unit which makes it much easier to operate and hear as I'm driving!
Great product - you can't go wrong with this one, folks!
1. voice is very clear (depends on other caller clarity)
2. Volume is fantastic
3. Voice activation for answering calls mostly works
4. It easily connects to my phonebook and tries to speak the name of the caller
5. Battery life is fantastic
6. Easy to use with any modern handset
On the faults I'd put:
1. Doesn't always immediately connect
2. Sometimes blurbs "Droid" with no apparent reason when not connected
Used with Galaxy S2.I own two of these and me and my wife use them in both cars.
I would have even dumbed down the features a bit and still been very happy with this set.
It's a fine product and I'd buy it again.
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This keeps me hands free while driving. Also works as a "public" speaker in the house for group calls. Much better than the phone speaker for a large area.Published 6 months ago by MikieB
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