I’ve admitted a couple of times that I’m a lawbreaker when it comes to the no-texting policy. Often than not, my mobile phone lies on my lap so I can have better access to it when it rings. Aside from texting and taking calls while I am behind the wheel, I’m also not a Bluetooth headset user; meaning, I take my other hand off the steering wheel when I text while driving.
The Steering Wheel Bluetooth Speakerphone is indeed perfect for folks like me. The speakerphone attaches to the steering wheel so the microphone and the speakers will be closer to you. It makes taking calls easy and more convenient; no need to take your hands off the wheel. The device uses 2-watt speakers with noise reduction technique and echo cancellation technologies for clear transmission and reception. There’s a 9/16-inch screen display where the user can see the number or name of the one calling him. The device also allows you to accept or reject calls with a press of a button.
Volume, mute and phone book buttons are also located at the right side of the gadget. The Steering Wheel Bluetooth Speakerphone can store up to 600 names in its phonebook with a 256MB memory, and is compatible with eight different cellphones. Its rechargeable battery can last for five hours, and can be charged through a car adapter.
The Steering Wheel Bluetooth Speakerphone retails at $99.95, not bad for something as useful as this. Perfect for emergency situations, this device is a must-have for people on-the-go.