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#382639 - 08/27/08 11:04 PM Collett Electronics MicroFONE 2  
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This thing looked great - bike to bike, rider to passenger, XM radio capable (with a Blutooth adaptor), cell phone, etc. via Bluetooth, no wiring to the bike.

Bought and installed it, and found I could get incoming calls but couldn't place a call.

Called Collett and was told... you can't place calls!

I went back to their website to see if I'd missed something, and no, I hadn't.
When a manufacturer says you can use your phone via Bluetooth, who would think to ask if you can both place and receive calls, especially when you're already using a much cheaper device (Scala Q2) that does both with ease?

Anyway, have wasted a lot of time, plus shipping both ways, due to the manufacturer's misleading ad.

If you don't have a need to place calls, it seems to be a nice unit!

#382850 - 08/28/08 10:45 AM Re: Collett Electronics MicroFONE 2 [Re: DonD]  
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Autocom. Been using it for 10 years. Never let me down. Costs a fair bit more. But I paid for that long ago.

Buy yours now and in two years you'll be smiling, riding down the road, listening to music, radar, GPS and making phone calls and thinking to yourself, "I paid for this long ago."


Cary, Gleno, Rodger, Paul,
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We will never forget you.


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