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Walmart has DeroTeno Wireless In-Car Bluetooth FM Transmitter kit w/USB charger for $9 FS $8.99

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I found this deal DeroTeno Wireless In-Car Bluetooth FM Transmitter Adapter Car Kit with USB Car Charger.

Usually this runs for $15-18 but Walmart has it for $8.99

Great solution for Handsfree calling if your car does not have Bluetooth connectivity.Peace

Link https://www.walmart.com/ip/DeroTe.../556911068
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It's through a 3rd party seller and not sold by Walmart.
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I'm concert the first reviewer of the item suggests he/she has trouble driving a car with a manual transmission and talking at the same time....

Not a good sign for a review to divulge such information about their physical coordination.

Hope he or she never needs to talk while chewing gum!
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It's through a 3rd party seller and not sold by Walmart.
Bad seller reviews too https://www.walmart.com/reviews/s...38778B42CF
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Bad seller reviews too https://www.walmart.com/reviews/s...38778B42CF
Thank you. I was about to place an order then read the seller reviews and saw that many orders were not delivered.
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It's a hit or miss with these transmitters. I own two that look identical to this one (just different brands) and one sounds much better than the other one. BTW hands free calling is not the best simply because the mic is usually fairly far away from you (depending on the location of the cigarette lighter.) In my car I have to pretty much yell at the other person just so they can hear me. It's serviceable but if you are buying it just to take calls while driving I suggest you get something else.
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I'm concert the first reviewer of the item suggests he/she has trouble driving a car with a manual transmission and talking at the same time....

Not a good sign for a review to divulge such information about their physical coordination.

Hope he or she never needs to talk while chewing gum!
I think she is referring to "Talking" on a phone in one hand, shifter in the other...

Hence the need for a hands-free option...

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Seems like a knockoff version of the Nulaxy brand one

http://a.co/j3R9MFh
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My car is an old car, so it does not have an usb adapter or a aux connector, would this work on my car anyway?
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I'm concert the first reviewer of the item suggests he/she has trouble driving a car with a manual transmission and talking at the same time....

Not a good sign for a review to divulge such information about their physical coordination.

Hope he or she never needs to talk while chewing gum!
I'm concert about your reading comprehension.
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My car is an old car, so it does not have an usb adapter or a aux connector, would this work on my car anyway?
As long as your car has a cigarette lighter and an FM radio it will work. This unit plugs into your cigarette lighter, then your phone connects to the unit via Bluetooth and the unit transmits your phones audio over FM radio which is picked up by your cars stereo.
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I have one that looks identical to this (different brand) and it works very well. I haven't had any issues with using it for phone calls either. I live in Southern California where there are no empty channels but I broadcast over a religious channel with weak transmission strength with almost no static.

The main negative is that it doesn't turn off. So, if you have a car where the lighter still works when the car is off, then this can run down the battery if you don't take it out every time.

It is also not the most durable. My buttons that change the channel fell out so I am stuck with my original choice.
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Was thinking about chancing it with a no-name brand since I really need a hands-free calling option for an older car but the reviews for the third party seller steered me away:

https://www.walmart.com/reviews/s...38778B42CF
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These can take micro SDs with MP3s. But my biggest gripe is that it doesn't remember where it left off on the song so it starts from the beginning of the song every time.
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These seem to fall into the "all brands made at the same Chinese factory" category. I've owned one and it worked fine while it worked, which wasn't long. Many other reviewers on amazon had similar luck. However, given the relatively low price on this one and the option of returning it to Walmart in-store (I assume?), I'm for one.

I am guessing that what shortened the life of my previous one was the heat generated while using the USB port to charge my phone, so I am going to avoid that this time.
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