VicTop car BlueTooth hands-free kit review

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Five Stars

Nice little unit – wish it could play music over Bluetooth!

This item arrived in a retail packet, with white back and clear front, showing the packet contents, which were the device itself, a nice little 3.5mm to 3.5mm jack lead, a spare fuse, and a simple instruction leaflet.

The car power socket plug is connected to the device using a swan-neck type stalk, so you can angle the device to suit your particular placement or vehicle – it holds the unit very stable. The colours and glossy finish suggest this is a really high quality device, as does the nicely backlit LCD screen. I love that the device has a USB socket on the side, so you can still charge your phone whilst using the device as a hands free kit.
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Ausdom Bluetooth Tranceiver Review

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Five Stars

Really nice, dual function gadget, very well presented.

Inside the Amazon box, this item packaged in a very high quality, multi-coloured golden printed box, very reminiscent of the designs of a certain “fruity” firm. Inside the box, you could see the item itself, secure in foam padding, with the remaining items underneath. These were a sensible manual, a micro-USB charging cable and a twin-ended 3.5mm jack cable.

Pairing with an iPhone was simplicity in itself. Switch to Rx (receive) mode, press the single button for a few seconds, then select the item in the bluetooth menu of the phone. No passcode required. Sound transmission came through perfectly loud and clear. I think a couple of tricks have been missed here. Two extra buttons could give volume up and down, and next / previous track choices, but they’re not required to make this a decent item.
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