Handsfree Bluetooth headset by Yada – 4 Stars -
Thanks to the recent BC ban on cell phone usage while driving, the roads are a safer place. In theory ;) The BC law came into effect on Jan 1st, but so far only warnings are being issued. On February 1st, this will change. So those of you who didn’t get a hands-free headset for Christmas, you’ll need update your gadget collection. I recently had the pleasure of trying out two headsets made by a company called Yada. I talk about the YD-V1 headset here, and the handsfree rear view mirror here.
order misoprostol Set-up: On average takes between 2 and 4 seconds to pair
Sound quality – incoming voice: Very good, quite clear / your outgoing voice: equally clear…in the top 3 of headsets I’ve tried.
Look: It’s about 2 inches long which in the bluetooth world is about average. I liked it’s slick appearance.
Feel: I like that it doesn’t have the “over-the-ear” piece. It rests snugly into your outer ear canal with a soft, bud tip.
Location: You cna pick one up from any Canadian Tire location…pretty darn convenient ;)
Price: $80-$90 CDN
Downside: buy doxycycline online You have to charge the ear peice from you car which isn’t always convenient.
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