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      17.09.2010 15:42
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      good value for money

      This is a great little gadget for the car it's a hands free unit which plugs into the cigarette lighter socket of your car and connects to a compatible phone via Bluetooth wireless technology for in-car handsfree use.

      The cost of this isn't too expensive and I was a little surprised at the price of £49.99 on amazon. I used to hate my mobile going off in the car when I was driving along and used to put it on silent until I had got to my journeys end as the first thing you do when your phone rings is automatically reach for it and this is very dangerous if your driving.
      I was crashed into and put in hospital by a man who was reaching for his mobile and ran his seven and a half ton lorry into the back of my little golf car. Needless to say I was hurt badly, had to be on a spine bed, fed and washed and had to learn to walk again.
      Since then I have always been concious of the dangers of mobiles in cars, expecially after being on the other end of the concequences.

      It's easy to install the THB Bury Comfort Vision 9010 .
      The kit has a large caller display similar to a sat-nav and mounts perfectly on your windsreen with the supplied suction holder and is a complete hands free kit, with a cradle and has a large, three-lined multifunction display and an illuminated display which is easily to see both day and night.
      It also has voice dialling which I love just speak out the persons name you want to call and it dials for you. I love this function and it never seems to not make me smile when I use it.
      Chatting whilst your driving isn't really recommended but it's a lot safer than holding the phone with one hand.

      It has a display for the battery level and has phone book and incoming text message alerts.
      Fitting the kit involves wiring the control unit into your vehicle and there is an instuction manual that comes with it that is easy to follow, I'm afraid of blowing things up when wiring things into the car so I always get someone to do this for me, but when its time to change your phone, simply unclip the phone cradle and attach one for your new phone in the grove and thats it, simply slide your phone into the cradle and all calls will switch over to the car kit.
      To make a call, just use your phone as you would normally only use voice dialling if driving. Operation is simple via six keys on the monitor.

      It has a suction cup on the bottom of the cradle which sticks on to the dash of the car and it has two loudspeakers so you can hear the conversations in heavy traffic.
      I love this and was glad to buy it as it was less expensive than I first thought it would be, it's also easy to use and safe.
      The kit has a large caller display similar to a sat-nav and mounts on your windsreen and dash with the supplied suction holder.
      I love it.


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