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ExArmy

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currently i have a parrot MKi9200 and it's utter crap. i don't see why they have complicated it so much when they clearly haven't perfected the simple hands free kit yet, i don't need a colour screen or a remote or voice actiation or to play music I want to press a button and answer a call without having to get it out of my pocket and risk 6 points and a fine. at the minute mine is not working properly, the remote rarely works so i can't answer calls, i have to use the phone, and then the bloody hands free keeps ringing untill i hang up. smashed up the remote today anyway so i defo need a replacement!

what are you using? i did have a parrot CK3100 in the last van and it was better. simpler to use but the sound quality was poor
 

telectrix

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off switch combined with voicemail is the only practical solution.
 

mayfair

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Parrot ck3100 unless you have a samsung my old nokia worked fine with it. there again i hate this smartphone its utter junk
 

dcelectrical

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i got 6 points, now i have an apprentice, he is brill at answering the phone - apprentice its the only way, they also hold coffee and nip into the cafe and guard against parking wardens, generally a wise investment
 

telectrix

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but you have to keep buying them bacon butties and multimeters.
 
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Steve_P

An old nokia brick phone and gaffer tape round my head does it for me :smoking:

Or a Jabra thingy clipped on the visor bluetoothed to a samsung galaxy. But only when I'm out of gaffer tape of course.
 
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