Be safe whilst driving and take that phone call with the SAEM Bluetooth Handsfree car kit. The Veho SAEM Bluetooth Handsfree Car Kit comes with unique Automated Motion Sensor (AMS) which enables the battery life to be extended by up to 2 years in Standby (sleep mode).
This technology works by detecting human movement in the car so that the SAEM can automatically power on and off which means that the battery life can be extended way beyond other Bluetooth car kits. This extends the battery life to 32 hrs talk time, 66 days standby time and up to 2 years standby in sleep mode.
The SAEM also enables up to 8 paired devices and 2 devices to be paired and used simultaneously. Added to this the SAEM comes with proximity pairing to automatically pair devices within a 10m radius and automatic volume control that keep calls crystal clear and eliminates wind noise and echo. The SAEM comes with a mounting clip for conveniently locating on the sun visor.
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Bought this for my wife. She always forgets to turn car visor handsfree on, so it was impossible to call her while she is driving. The idea of proximity sensor sounds great. Unfortunately it doesn't work so great in real life. When the device is paired with phone, which is very easy to complete, everything seems working flawlessly... till it disconnects after some 5 - 10 minutes. It happens for a simple reason - while driving most of people sit still in one position. To activate and re-connect you need to wave your head or hand, which would be ok, if you would need it just once or maybe twice during a journey, but when you need to do it 5, 6, 7 times it can make anybody grumpy. I have found that it is really bad when it is dark, when it is bright daylight, then disconnections happen less often. This is the most cons of the device. Other annoying thing is too bright flashing blue status light, and again, it is annoying at night. Also the bracket what holds the device to the visor falls out too easily, so it is a bit tricky to re-attach the handfree in the different place on the visor if you need to do it quickly. Otherwise the handsfree works fine, nothing to complain about.
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