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Motorola Rider Wireless In-Car Speakerphone (89589N)

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Product Information

product specification

  • Wired Connectivity: Micro USB
  • Wireless Technology: Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
  • Accessories Included: Electronics Product: Owner's Manual
  • Required Not Included: Bluetooth Enabled Phone
  • Standby Time: Up to 300 hours
  • Sound Enhancements: Noise Cancelling
  • Features Audio Headset: Mute Controls, Speaker, Auto Off, Volume Limiting, Hands-Free Use, Bluetooth Enabled, Noise Canceling, Adjustable Volume Control
  • Mount Type: Clip
  • Assembly details: no assembly required
  • Product Weight: 87.000
  • Frequency/Band: 2.4 gigahertz
  • Features Calling: Music Pause / Call Answer, Mute, Noise Reduction, Echo Cancellation
  • Warranty Description: 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
Motorola Rider Wireless In-Car Speakerphone (89589N) is rated 4.25 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No issues or critiques. It is awesome, I can finally listen to music and talk hands free….thanks sis!!!!!!! Those are the words my brother-in-law told me about this wireless bluetooth.
Date published: 2015-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from bluetooth great device. works perfectly.super long charge life.
Date published: 2014-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Expensive if it weren't for the promo So I have set it up but not used much of it because I'm still not familiar with how to get it operated. The buttons are self-explanatory, but not the light. I don't understand from BT features which lights indicate what signal. All I know is I'm hesitant to use it often.
Date published: 2014-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally a handsfree device that works! I have tried several other hands-free devices, but this one is the best so far: 1) Very good sound quality 2) I hate wires - this device can run on battery for 2 weeks. 3) Truly hands-free - it connects when I enter the car (and gives me audible confirmation), it disconnects when I leave the car, I can pick up the phone by voice, no need to press any buttons 4) Very reasonable price - Target had the lowest cost I was able to find + I got 5% off with my Red Card 5) I love the feature allowing me to stream Pandora radio from my phone through this device to my car stereo. 6) Easy to clip to the visor + clean design makes it barely visible. I have told many friends about this product, and several have purchased the product and are equally satisfied with it.
Date published: 2014-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from buy it Stop hehawing and buy it. You will love it. Hands free, voice texting, plays pandora and sounds AWESOME way better than radio or sattelite. Easy to use. I dont use the motospeak app, i just use "hi galaxy" on s-voice on my samsung note 3. Battery seems to last forever. Seamless in and out of car go to phone when you walk away automatic. turns itself on when you enter car. FM mode you can hear the call over stereo speakers. BUY IT AND USE YOUR RED CARD FOR ANOTHER 5% OFF!! EXTENDED WARRANTY IF YOU USE RED CARD FOR ANOTHER 30 DAYS OVER REGULAR warranty !
Date published: 2014-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Hands Free Device We love our Roadster 2. Easy to operate and sound is great! We bought 2!!!
Date published: 2014-02-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No Particularly happy The Motrola Roadster is not really living up to it's claims. Audio on the small speakers is weak. This is especially noticeable when you are using the navigation system of your phone. Actually if you place the phone onto the FM mode to have the sound come over your car speakers the audio for Navigation is still so weak you can hardly hear it above the road noise. When calls come in over just the small speakers while you are listening to either the engine noise of your F-250 or some talk show you can hardly hear the voice on the speaker say you have an incoming call. When you do pick up the call the volume is fine either via the car speakers or the Moto speakers. I don't know why there is such a difference, but it is truely a bummer. I wish I had looked at the Blue ant or some other speaker system for the phone but I had read the great reviews on other sites. The battery life is great, the interface between the phone audio and the Roadster to the car radio is weak. We live in the San Francisco area and there are weak stations on just about every frequency. Regardless of how weak the channel is the Roadster will not block them out so you get a ton of static across the channel (one of the reason I have to use navigation over the weak speakers of the unit). Having not compared other manufacturers hands free units I have nothing to compare to but I would not buy another one. I should actually return this item as unsatisfactory but have been trying to find a good use for it and now I have owned it for about 3 weeks.
Date published: 2014-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Motorola Roadster 2 Unit set up very good. Connects to my cell phone OK. Problem with others being able to hear what I am saying to them. Its very smart looking. Not sure if I am going to keep it because of the connection issue. Delivered as promised.
Date published: 2013-12-09
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