Latest and Greatest in handsfree Kar kit?

Aug 2, 2007
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So what are you dudes and dudettes using for a hands-free (bluetooth) :cool:solution in the car? Looks like the Motorola round thingy might work OK.
Any product testimonials?
 

wrhutch

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I still use my trusty old Nokia Bluetooth Car kit. It works great with the iPhone since 1.1.2.
 

cdinca

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I use the jabra speakerphone that clips to the sun visor. It works great and has great sound.
 

KNK

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All we need now is voice to activate who we want to call. If calif enacts the law to have hands free calling in car Stevo will have it as an update in no time flat.
 
Aug 2, 2007
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OK

Thanks for the tips. Keep 'em coming.

One would think that Apple might come up with something "their-own-selves".
 

JoeT

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In the Jeep I have the built-in system that Chrysler calls "uConnect" - which works very well. In the wife's minivan we have a VERY old Jabra that I dug out of a bin somewhere and dusted off. It's crappy but usable with both phones. Might upgrade it if she complains, and would be tempted by the Motorola.
 

Novembers Paul

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My Garmin Nuvi 370 GPS pairs with the iPhone, and makes a GREAT speaker phone in the car. The caller ID comes up on the screen, and lets you use the GPS to operate the phone. It's actually quite handy.