We’re all for a multi-tasking product, especially when it comes to electronics. Case in point: The Lihan Handsfree Call Car Charger ($17), which has had a 200 percent spike in sales, according to Amazon’s Movers and Shakers list .
The multi-functional charger goes above and beyond its two Android and iOS-compatible USB ports. It also boasts wireless Bluetooth compatibility so users can answer calls and play audio from their phones using FM frequency (it also supports a TF card or USB flash drive up to 32 GB).
Sure, most new cars come with all the latest tech features, including Bluetooth, but now, older models put that cigarette lighter to good use with this affordable gadget. Happy customers call it everything from “a great buy” to an “absolute lifesaver.” One 5-star reviewer writes, “Excellent solution, excellent price, excellent sound quality! Love this. Got one for myself and then got a few as gifts because I thought it was so great.”
The easy-to-use car charger has a skip and rewind button on either side of a phone button that is used to answer or reject calls, eliminating the need for your mobile phone when you’re on the road. There’s also a built-in microphone and the phone button doubles as a volume dial, which adds to the convenience factor without the need to upgrade your car altogether.
“Every one who has spent (wasted) money on these types of gadgets in the past knows of their frustrating limitations. I am happy to say somehow LIHAN has cracked the code on how to deliver a great performing piece of hardware, at a reasonable price,” explains a happy 5-star reviewer. “This product does what it is supposed to do. The sound transmits beautifully to the FM [frequency] it is as if I now have a Bluetooth in my non-Bluetooth equipped car ... it does the job well, and at a great price.”
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