Supertooth HD Voice Bluetooth Speakerphone


Whether you live in a state where it is against the law to talk On your phone while driving or not, you should not do it; It’s not safe for you, and it’s not safe for others. You need a convenient solution to solve this dangerous problem, and that’s where Supertooth comes to the rescue.
It gives me the chills to see a soccer mom in a van full of kids yacking her head off on the phone while driving. I want to pull her over and hand her a Supertooth HD Voice Bluetooth Speakerphone along with a stern chastisement.
I have never, ever seen an easier to use and more effective handsfree device. Simplicity is the watchword here. All you do is turn it on, and it connects automatically with your phone, and it works with all Bluetooth capable phones. Then just clip it to your visor with a powerful magnetic mount. There is absolutely no installation required.
Voila! You have a handsfree system with two powerful, high quality speakers with noise cancellation technology. It has dual mics as well. Not only will it hook up to your phone but it will connect to two a second phone at the same time.
It has voice dialing. Just push in the multifunction button and dictate the name of the party you wish to call, and it takes over. Turn the same button to adjust the volume. Hold this button in for 3 seconds, and it will call the last person dialed.
There are other voice commands available such as checking battery level, connection status, calling home, office, emergency services and up to five preset contacts. You can pass off voice controls to your phone if you prefer. I should mention that this device is a polyglot and functions in several different languages.
When you receive a call, it announces the name of the caller. If you wish to speak to the person, just say, “OK.”
Talk time is 20 hours with a single charge and 1000 hours standby. It measures 25 x 125 x 50 mm.
Honestly, I’ve never seen a device that was so easy to use with such great quality of sound on both ends. It’s quite sleek and attractive too.
Wait, there’s more. Now this could be a good or bad thing. You get six months of free service from HFA (handsfree Assistant Web service powered by Dial 2Do. With this service you can be connected with your Facebook, Twitter, and email accounts. This enables you to send messages via voice commands. You can send a text, go to Facebook, Send an email, listen to email, send a Tweet, or listen to tweets.
After your complimentary six month subscription it will cost you $3.99 a month, which isn’t exactly a deal breaker.
Clearly HD Voice is a possible solution to not texting while driving. However, even with voice commands it is distracting and probably best avoided all together in my opinion.
At $129, it may sound a bit pricey, but what’s your safety worth? What about the safety of your family? That pretty much makes the Supertooth a real bargain when you consider its functionality. But hold on. I found them here for only $75, which makes them a lot more affordable:

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