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The enhanced Clip IIe is the next evolution of the i.Tech Clip II, with all the same great features as the original ¡V plus some added extras. You still have the same discreet design that lets you talk comfortably handsfree and wire-free, plus call buzzer alert, single button control and adjustable volume. And you also have a mute feature, more talk and standby time and an upgraded Bluetooth specification ¡V all in the same stylish finish.

iTech Clip R35 is a Bluetooth Stereo Headset to be used with mobile phones, and it's hands-free. It lets you listen to your music files with superior sound, turning your mobile phone into a true stereo music player.

Key Features:

* Listen to your music and take calls without wires (wireless)
* 3.5mm audio jack for customized earphone
* Remote control feature
* Buzzer function lets you know when a call is coming through
* Swap between quality stereo and mono sound
* Uncomplicated single button control
* Adjustable volume
* Rechargeable battery
* Works with compatible Bluetooth phones for receiving and making calls (check Compatibility List)
* Comes with BluePlayer software for listening to music in stereo on some models of Nokia phones (check Compatibility List)


Bluetooth specification v1.2 class 2
Supports Bluetooth headset, handsfree, A2DP and AVRCP profiles
Rechargeable 250 mAh li-polymer battery
Compatible i.Tech 110 ~ 240Vac Switching Power Charger
3.5mm audio jack socket for customized earphone
Talk Time: Up to 6 hours
Music Playing Time: Up to 6 hours
Standby Time: Up to 150 hours
Dimensions (main body):55 x 24 x 27mm
Weight:20.1 grams

Package Content:

* i.Tech Clip R35 Bluetooth Headset
* USB Power Cable
* DC travel charger
* Neck Strap Belt
* Bluetooth 2.0 USB Dongle
* R35 Blue Player Driver CD
* Customized earphone
* User Guide in ENGLISH

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  • Model: r35
  • Shipping Weight: 0.11g
  • 100 Units in Stock

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 21 September, 2007.