- Size (LWH): 0.55 inches, 5.12 inches, 1.93 inches
- Weight: 3.52 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 20 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 1000 hours
SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Car kit - Black
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- SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Car kit - Black
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This is a simple device and easy to use, but sometimes the Bluetooth stays connected through-out the house, while my truck is in the driveway. This is the main reason I give this 4-stars. Charging port is under the device and if you are running low, it is hard to keep it mounted while stuffing the charging cord in between the device and the sun-visor. That is a minor reason why I also give it 4-stars. [See Update at bottom, recently lowered to 3-stars]
What's in the box:
1. SuperTooth Buddy bluetooth device
2. Car charger that uses mini-USB
3. Magnetic clip that allows you to use the device with the sun-visor closed or open
What I like about this:
1. Simple to setup and use; it gets the job done!
2. I press the green button and I can do voice-dialing the same way as I do with just my phone.
3. Seems like a pretty good battery charge, seeing how I never turn it off... probably 2-3 weeks worth, but I do not make lenghty calls in my car
4. Good price
5. Good volume, nice and loud
6. Callers report my voice sounds clear, though they can tell I'm on a speakerphone
7. Seems to work well in this Texas heat, which probably exceeds 120degrees inside the car in July/August, my Motorola T-325 did not. [See Update!!]
What I don't like about this:
1. No caller id, it only rings or you have to look at your phone display - for $20 more, the Jabra Cruiser2 and Motorola T-325 announces the caller's name!
2. Bluetooth signal is almost too strong. I've parked my car in the driveway and sometimes it stays connected.Read more ›
So, I was looking for a hands free car kit. A full integrated one for my Audi A4 was about $400+. Too much.
So - after some investigating, I came across this alternative.
What I really like about it, is that it just works. I charged it up using a USB mains adapter, 3 weeks ago, I paired it up with my iPhone (that took about 1 minute) and then clipped it onto my visor. I have not had to charge it since.
Whenever I walk up to the car, it beeps to say that it is speaking with my iPhone. From then on, it just works. Sound is clear in both directions. I just leave my Bluetooth on my iPhone 4 on. I know that when I step into my car, then it will automatically be working.
The Honda is primarily the wife’s car and she want to have a hands-free phone option which led me to this product. As usual, there turned out to more hands-free devices than you can wade through, which is nice, but it makes trying to figure out just what to buy, something of a chore. After spending some time searching, this product seemed to offer what we wanted at a decent price and good overall reviews.
The device paired with my wife’s phone after a few attempts following the directions. However, I never could get it to pair with my phone after dozens of attempts and googling the subject. In the end, I just gave up as I don’t use the vehicle that much so it was not a big issue for me. I made a custom bracket that allowed me to mount the device right above the radio so at first glance it looks factory like. It makes it easy to see and use with little distraction. It makes and receives calls with no problem and audio quality on both ends is very good. What was interesting, is that the voice command feature was automatically activated with no effort on my part. Press the green button and the device ask what you want to do. You then just speak the name of the party you wish to call and if they are in your phones address book, it makes the connection. When finished, you can press the same green button or the red button to end the call. In the case with with making a call to “Home”, it will connect every time when I do it. When the wife calls “Home”, she will have to try two or three times. I’m guessing it the difference between a male voice and a female voice.
The other problem is the connection distance. One reviewer made mention of this, and it it’s the same for us.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We purchased this unit for a car which didn't have bluetooth. The audio is very weak, the battery life is limited. There are some others on the market which may be better. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cheryl Maddern
For the price it is a great value. However, I bought three of these and just shortly after 1 year of use 2 of them so far are having problems, i.e. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kathy S. Wright