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The Invisible Bluetooth Headset: Comfortably Talk Hands FreeDiscount

The Invisible Bluetooth Headset: Comfortably Talk Hands Free

Forget You're Wearing a Headset

for PC 
Platforms: Hardware
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Ever walk by those people who just stand there, talking to themselves? You may have crossed the street just to get some distance and not aggro them, but by the time you finish reading this page, you may just become one of them! No, I’m not talking about becoming deranged, I’m talking about today’s discount software promotion, The Invisible Bluetooth Headset: Comfortably Talk Hands Free!

The Invisible Bluetooth Headset: Comfortably Talk Hands Free is a super lightweight hands-free device that fits into your ear, comfortably, featuring an ergonomic design and silicone ear caps for maximum wearability. With The Invisible Bluetooth Headset: Comfortably Talk Hands Free, you’ll be able to wander up to 30 feet away from your phone while still carrying a conversation. Imagine that!

And what if that conversation is super important, like a billion dollar M&A deal, or a “we have to talk” discussion that runs well into the night? In these cases, The Invisible Bluetooth Headset: Comfortably Talk Hands Free is your best friend, offering up to 5 hours of talk time. Best of all, touch-based interaction ensures that you’ll never be fumbling to make a call or hang up!

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Michael R. This is a hardware & software-deal, right? (Perhaps BDJ's first hardware-deal??)

Can the software record conversations (both sides?)

What are the shipping costs to Germany?
Any import-costs, etc., which would add to the costs?
Jun 15 2014 at 12:01am Copy Link
Noggin The Nog The photos do not show how it fits in the ear. Where is the microphone? Can the battery be replaced?
Jun 15 2014 at 3:15am Copy Link
Jerry Voletto All good questions. I hope they have good answers.
Jun 15 2014 at 8:10am Copy Link
Harry Wallington What is the call quality like?
Jun 16 2014 at 12:33am Copy Link
Jon Spain Perhaps beware? I just tried visiting the website to be met by an aggressive demand for an email address and signing away all rights. It has no close button and was still there after 30 seconds so I gave up. BdJ, what due diligence have you carried, please?

Jun 17 2014 at 12:10am Copy Link
ej Note to vendor: It should be flesh colored, not black, to be more "invisible."
Jun 17 2014 at 12:11am Copy Link
Chris For those asking, here is quote direct from their site:

Wireless hands free Bluetooth 3.0 connection
Touch based interaction to answer/end calls
Lightweight ergonomic design
Comfort fit silicone ear cap
30 foot operating distance
Up to 5 hours of talk time

Bluetooth compatible phone

One (1) Black TOCCs Invisible Bluetooth Headset
One (1) Micro USB charging cable

No refunds, all sales are final
90 day manufacturer warranty for any defective products
This is not a MFi apple certified cable
Promotion available to customers in the Continental US only
Sale price includes shipping
Please allow up to 2-3 weeks for delivery
Limit three (3) per customer
The listed deal price is in US Dollars (USD)
Jun 17 2014 at 12:51am Copy Link
Trucker How do I mount the Headset? With glue?
My previous experience with similar product is not good. The type which does not have an external ear clip drop off easily. Furthermore, I guess that your model does not have an earpiece speaker which goes all the way into the ear.
Jun 17 2014 at 2:49am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale This is our first hardware deal that we have featured on BitsDuJour, we're going to do our best to get these questions asked shortly. We hope you like the variety we're adding to the mix here, we have a few more hardware deals coming up in the next few days.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jun 17 2014 at 4:18am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Michael R. - The promotion is available only to customers in the Continental US.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jun 17 2014 at 4:30am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Noggin The Nog - The device sits comfortably within your ear! It comes with a Micro USB charging cable.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jun 17 2014 at 4:36am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Harry Wallington - We noticed the following comment in the deal page: I am generally satisfied with the quality and function of this unit. It is small and the sound quality is decent. I've used it in the car and it worked fine. If I'd expected more functions I would have expected to pay more for the headset.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jun 17 2014 at 4:38am Copy Link
Mark Johnson @Jon Spain - I just visited the website. You are right that it does have a javascript modal popup that immediately comes up when the page loads. However, the popup does have an 'X' at upper right that can be clicked without providing an email address, and then it will not appear again as you browse the website.

Something to note: the website link is not to a webpage of the company that makes this product. The website link is to a company that advertises all sorts of tech products for sale; kind of a miniature The popup you get that asks for your email address is for the StackSocial website where the sales ad is. They are trying to get your email address for marketing other products that StackSocial sells.

So basically the manufacturer does not (apparently) have their own website and is selling the product through StackSocial. You can get the product for the same price whether you buy it through StackSocial or here on BDJ. If the BDJ 'buy now' link does not go through StackSocial, then it is your choice whether a portion of your purchase price should go to BDJ or to StackSocial. If the BDJ 'buy now' link DOES go through StackSocial, then it is my guess that a portion of the sale price goes to BDJ and a portion goes to StackSocial.
Jun 17 2014 at 11:06am Copy Link
Jon Spain Mark Thank you, I couldn't see the X in IE at work so it was really annoying.

Jun 17 2014 at 2:42pm Copy Link

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