Been using this a week now so here is my feedback:
- Easy to set up connection (provided you know how to open bluetooth on your phone - took me a while !)
- Looks good, small sleek and stylish
- Fits really easily to the visor with no wiring or installation
- Good sound during calls
- Works well when dialling from the phone handset.
- Can be charged from USB or the car lighter socket and a neat connector is supplied.
- Controls on the unit are well placed, discrete and easy to operate.
Not so good points:
- I have to put on an American accent to get it to understand me (high entertainment value but frustrating!). There doesn't appear to be any way to customise voice recognition to your own voice.
- Limited commands/functions available.
- Often miss-hears commands. For example the main command is "Phone Commands" to place a call. Several time I have said this and it goes back to pairing a device and the only way I can stop this is by switching it off and on again.
- Several times the voice commands have recognised a totally different caller to the one I spoke. Quite embarrassing - when trying to call "Home" it called the "High Park Pub". I speak fairly standard English with little accent so this is annoying and a bit dangerous as you desperately try and get it to stop the call while driving!
- Battery life was just one week from a full charge with maybe one or two short calls a day made. I don't think it is switching itself off when I leave the car as it is supposed to.
- Couldn't get the FM to connect at all.
- While the sound is good enough for phone calls, it is not very good for playing music to. I think they overplayed the "surround sound" claims!
So it works reasonably well sometimes and with an American accent but I expected more reliability for this price.
In case my problems are compatibility issues, for info my phone is a Nokia E5.