I got to check out the ClipSee. I was a little skeptical at first, but pleasantly surprised.
Nothing to charge
Attaches easily to seatbelt
Quality sound(on both ends)
Things to get used to:
Backward answering phone
Not speaking into speaker
Not being able to charge phone while talking
My phone has a weird case so fitting in was a bit snug, but when I switched to a normal case it was no issue. There are even little guides for your fingers to help with the reversed orientation. For me the biggest thing was not having something to charge. I’ve used bluetooths before and either I left it on my phone which caused it to help drain my battery faster, or I forgot to turn off the ear piece and it was dead when I needed it. I keep it clipped to my visor and when I need it I can grab it easily.
The sound quality was quite good. My husband could even clearly hear the kids in the backseat during our morning calls. Jenn even remarked, on numerous occasions how much better it was to talk to me. Normally she complains the whole time “I can’t hear you.” But she could tell immediately when I was using the ClipSee, it made that much of a difference.
It took a little bit to get used to, but once I was familiar with where everything was flipped to I love using it. Another reason I love it, because I feel like it’s a much better and safer solution then me having the bluetooth on and holding it up.
Now those are just my opinions, but the stats are real:
In the USA, at any given daylight time, approximately 9% of all drivers are engaged in a cell phone conversation while driving. Of these drivers more than 55% are not talking hands-free!
ClipSee even shares their scientific data and sound technology as to why aftermarket bluetooth/speaker devices are not getting the job done – in their ClipSee Challenge. Check it out for yourself.
If you would like to try ClipSee for yourself, you can purchase it on Amazon for $19.99.
Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post, however I did receive the ClipSee as a review item. As always, all opinions are my own. To read our full disclosure click here.