expired Baseus Car MP3 Audio Player Bluetooth Car Kit FM Transmitter 5V 3.4A Dual USB Phone Charger $12.95 (Was $25) Delivered @Eskybird

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OZCP15

Add bluetooth for your car, compatible with IOS and android systems, built for better music listening and phone call experience.

Don't forget to apply code OZCP15 at checkout.

Compatible Brand: Apple, Nokia, SONY, Motorola, xiaomi, Blackberry, Samsung, Universal
Quality Certification: RoHS,CE,FCC,CCC
Output Interface: USB
Input: 12-24V/2.4A
Power Source: Car Lighter Slot
Type: Car Charger
Support Quick Charge Technology: No
USB Ports: 2
Type: Hands Free Bluetooth Car Kit
Special Features: Hands-free Calling
Bluetooth version: Bluetooth 2.0

Other Baseus deals:

Baseus Car Charger FM Transmitter Bluetooth Car Audio MP3 Player for AUD$12.88 with code OZCP16
Baseus QC 3.0 Small Rocket Dual USB Car Phone Charger for AUD$8.99 with code OZCP17

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Comments

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    OP says bluetooth 4.2

    Website:

    Bluetooth version: Bluetooth 2.0

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      hi pizzaguy, it's bluetooth chip 4.2, the version bluetooth 2.0 it's generation 2.0

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        You should just remove all references to version 2.0 / generation 2.0… it's going to cause confusion

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    Eskybird would be a 'cool' name for an Australian company.

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    Promotion Code is not suitable for your usage!

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      hello, three codes for three deals each, please have check if you input the corresponding codes for the items you want to purchase.

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    what's the difference between this and the second deal: https://www.eskybird.com/ItemDetail.aspx?ItemID2=1010122&pro... ?

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      Second unit has TF (microSD) card reader and dedicated FWD/BCK buttons, but misses out on the 12V socket that can be used to power another device such as a Dashcam. Apart from that they are pretty much the same.

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    Just bought 2 similar units from eBay last week for a mate who wanted hands free calling in the car. Paid $19 each, so this seems a good deal imo.

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    Free Standard Shipping arrived at around 15 - 39 days.

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    I used to use one of those transmitter things many years ago but i found that the Melbourne FM market seemed to be pretty full and it was hard to find a band that was clear. Not sure if that was because of my device or not but has anyone had any issues trying to find a clear frequency to dial into in Melbourne?

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    I have a Xiaomi Roidmi one that works ok on FM channel 89.5, but I am in Melbourne so it may be different for other areas.

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