I got mine a few weeks ago and so far, it has been fantastic.
Next time this comes up for sale, I'm definitely getting a few as "get that phone away from your face, put your hands on the steering wheel and pay attention to your driving!" gifts. Maybe one to throw through the open window of a random distracted stranger too.
Sound: Loud and clear and paired perfectly with my iPhone. Mic and speaker both work great from either windshield or visor mountings. Pretty decent at canceling out ambient noise. Picks up passenger voices pretty well too.
Interface: I do wish it had a few more dedicated switches instead of being essentially single-button dependent. Beeps and bloops to indicate status is fine, but it would be much better if there were more visual and intuitive indicators.
Charging: No problems at all, even when I leave it on the visor clip instead of the windshield clip.
muiriath wrote:In for 1. Let's see how well it does in my convertible.
ME: How's it working for you? I have been using it in my convertible and top up or down, it has worked perfectly - I can hear and be heard just fine even at higher speeds with louder wind and ambient noise.
unBoy wrote:warm weather is here. would it be foolish to try mounting this kitty on a motorcycle if it's not too loud?
unBoy wrote:In the end, I bought 3. One of them will become a motorbike experiment.
ME: So… despite my incredulous comment, I am curious to know if you have tried mounting it on your motorcycle/scooter yet and how it has worked.
Noafence wrote:You my friend are of no use
ME: I could have been a little nicer probably but, well, then I wouldn't have gotten the momentary and pointless satisfaction of being mildly impolite to newbies with dumb questions. Point taken though and I will mind my snarks and snipes.
gertiestn wrote:What's this crap doing on my rug site?
ME: Best Woot post I've read in a very long time. How did that miss out on being named a Quality Post?