Date: 17 Nov 2003 10:30:54 GMT From: Adrian <spamtrapnopsampman.freeisp.co.uk> Subject: Re: Mobile phone in 02 Saab 9-5?
Xenna (xennarnopsamo.com) gurgled happily, sounding much like they were saying : >> With the new UK mobile phone regs starting on 1st December I want to >> fit a handsfree to my 2002 9-5 but hate the "pod" that Saab supply. >> >> Has anyone got any better method of siting a mobile phone handsfree in >> a 9-5? > I'd be inclined to recommend a Bluetooth phone and wireless car kit, I think I'd go along with that. With a bluetooth kit, there's only a very small control component to site. > My (Sony/Ericsson) car kit is practically invisible except for a small > microphone near the interior mirror and a tiny keypad on the console. A > big advantage is that it will work with all future Bluetooth phones. So no need to semi-regularly rip the trim out. TBH, I'm so impressed with my motorola bluetooth headset that I don't think I'd even bother with a fitted kit - just the headset. I've never particularly liked fitted carkits I've had before - I usually find myself speaking towards the mike, and straining a bit to make out what the speaker's on about. There's also an added privacy element if you've got the windows open or passengers in the car.