Simon Lai reviews the Supertooth HD Voice Bluetooth.
The Supertooth HD Voice In-Car Speakerphone is a Bluetooth hands free car kit.
It clips on to the sun visor and can be recharged through the 12V socket.
To setup, turn on the device and you’ll be prompted to select one of 12 languages. The HD Voice will then automatically search for your device and pair them together.
After that it will also transfer your phonebook contacts if you wish.
To answer, depress the big dial (which also controls the volume) or answer by voice just say OK.
So not only is the HD Voice easy to use, it’s easily removed from the vehicle. The unit is attached to the clip with two strong magnets and can be quickly clicked on and off.
I found the positioning of the Bluetooth on the visor picks up speech very well along with the dual mics and the dual speakers deliver surprisingly good sound and at a decent volume.
The battery life is quite impressive too, with the manufacturer claiming 20 hours of talk time and the ability to remain on standby for 40 days!
The HD Voice is simple and straightforward to setup and use and is a great option for people who don’t have in built Bluetooth connectivity in their car.
Supertooth HD Voice In-Car Speakerphone is available from the MobileZap website for $90.99.