Blueant Supertooth 3 Bluetooth Hands-Free Speakerphone Review

Blueant Supertooth 3 Bluetooth Hands-Free Speakerphone Review Not every car has built in Bluetooth. And some of the alternatives are big and bulky. Cell phones speakerphone is nice, but some phones don’t have a very clear sound. The Blueant Supertooth 3 would be ideal for you if you like to talk on the phone while driving. This works for any vehicle by simply clipping to the sun visor. This device is small and easy to use with a great sound. We will start by sharing with you the all new feature on this device. The Blueant Supertooth 3 uploads contacts from your mobile device so it can announce who is calling when you are receiving calls. Sure it’s a small device but don’t underestimate this bad dad. The baby has noise cancellation, echo cancellation, and automatically adjusts sound levels to compensate for background noises. This device is not for cell phones only; it can pair with many other Bluetooth capable devices. You can connect a music device such as an iPod to the Blueant Supertooth 3 along with GPS devices. The unit itself is super easy to operate. To answer calls you can simply click the green button, or you can answer calls by voice. Now that is pretty convenient to not have to click any buttons. The other nice thing with the Supertooth 3 is that it will connect with your phone automatically every time you get in your car. The Blueant Supertooth 3 has an excellent battery. This sucker is good for 20 hours of talk time and up to 600 hours of standby time. In case you ever forget to charge yours up at the house this device comes with a travel […]

By |August 24th, 2013|Blog, Reviews|Comments Off on Blueant Supertooth 3 Bluetooth Hands-Free Speakerphone Review

Jabra Drive Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone Review

Jabra Drive Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone Review Talking to someone while you’re driving makes things convenient but sometimes can be a hassle while driving. Not every vehicle has built in blue tooth and not everyone like to have a Bluetooth headset on at all times. It sure would be nice to be able to use your phone while driving without the headset or using your cell phones crappy speaker phone wouldn’t it? With the Jabra Drive in car Bluetooth speaker phone you can accomplish that. The Jabra Drive has crystal clear sound and also has an echo and noise canceling feature. So you and the person you are talking to can hear every single word with no problems. The Jabra Drive is so easy to use that you probably won’t even have to open up the instructions manual, there is absolutely no set up required. When your phone rings you just simply press the big button on the Jabra drive and that is all. Aside from the fact of the Drives main use of connecting your cell phone this device also has the option to connect to your iPod or even a GPS. The Jabra Drive allows you to have up to 2 devices connected at the same time.  The extra strong battery allows you to enjoy 20 hours of talk time or 30 days of standby time. Between that and the voice guidance feature that tells you the battery level, you are almost guaranteed to always have this baby charged up. A few more great features the Jabra Drive includes are the connection voice alert, the auto pairing feature, and the automatic volume adjustment. Not only is the Drive super easy to use while on […]

By |August 23rd, 2013|Blog, Reviews|Comments Off on Jabra Drive Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone Review

Scangauge 2 Review

Scangauge 2 Review With how high gas prices are getting to be now a days it sure is nice to know exactly how many miles per gallon your vehicle is getting. The Scangauge 2 ultra compact 3 in 1 automotive computer does that and then some. This device has 12 different gauges so you will know if anything at all is out of ordinary in your vehicle. The Scangauge 2 makes maintaining your vehicle much easier, and gives you the piece of mind that you will always be a few steps ahead of any future problems. The built in diagnostic scan tool not only diagnoses the codes, it also clears them and turn off your check engine light. The multi-function trip computer gives you a full analysis of every trip you take. The Scan Gauge 2 tell you your maximum speed, average speed, maximum coolant temperature, max RPM, driving time, driving distance, fuel used, fuel cost, trip fuel economy, distance to empty, time to empty, and fuel to empty. The Scangauge II is small and can fit most anywhere in your vehicle. This device requires no tools to install so it can be installed by virtually anybody. You simply plug the device into your vehicle OBD2 port. With the large number of features this automotive computer has, it definitely will have something that will trip your trigger. The 12 gauges on the Scangauge 2 include the following: Horsepower Fuel Consumption Rate to 1/100th per gallon/liter Vehicle speed (MPH) Fuel Economy Cost Per Mile/Cost Per Trip Manifold Pressure (not available on some vehicles) Battery Voltage Engine Load Coolant Temperature Throttle Position Intake Air Temperature Ignition Timing Engine Speed (RPM) O2 Sensor Data Fuel Trim Hybrid Battery […]

By |August 11th, 2013|Blog, Reviews|Comments Off on Scangauge 2 Review