From our customers
…I was skeptical at first, but once I got used to it, it is actually easier to use than my Bluetooth headset. Now I use it every day…
…I drive a 2007 Infiniti. Everybody was complaining about echo and cutting out, now no complaints…
…I owned a Motorola Bluetooth speakerphone. Everyone was complaining about the noise. Now no noise…
… my BWM SUV was just awful. I disabled it and only use the ClipSee now…
…I did not realize the microphone was on top for the speakerphone. I wasn’t even talking into the right end…
…my speakerphone solution was to put it in my shirt pocket. This is much better…
From the media
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.”
USA Today Magazine“It is a simple, compelling, and inexpensive alternative to making phone calls while driving. Not only do you no longer need to fiddle with headsets, tangled cords from earbuds, or synching issues, both parties on the phone will experience superior call clarity.”
Flattlands Travel Blog“The appliance clips onto your seat belt so your hands can stay at ten and two on the wheel. ClipSee is a wire-free and battery-free iPhone speakerphone, accomplishing the basics of what other expensive accessories do… Discover the ease of hands-free!”
Cassandra M's Place“The product is durable and built to last. I like that it can save lives. You can hear better and it is comfortable. I would recommend taking it off when you get in and out of the car. Excellent for new drivers as well.”
Two Classy Chicks“I did several conference calls from my car using it and it really was louder and clearer than when I use my phone’s speakerphone function. When I use the speakerphone without the ClipSee, it can sound muffled and tinny at times. This was definitely much better!” … “great alternative to my Bluetooth headset…”
In many states, you cannot legally drive and hold a cell phone in your hand. In general, all of the states allow any hands free device that allows you to keep two hands on the wheel. From the California Highway Patrol publication Wireless Telephone Laws FAQs you can use your speakerphone function of your wireless telephone “as long as you are not holding the phone.”
Hands-free does not mean it is risk-free. Any cell phone conversation is a distraction, so keep aware that any conversation, even with a passenger increases your risk of an accident. The most dangerous part of a phone conversation is trying to find your phone when it is ringing. Try to use Siri to dial without looking, and keep your iPhone handy so you do not feel you need to struggle to find you iPhone if it is ringing. You can always call people back when it is safe.
Only make calls or receive calls when it is a safe time. A teenager is about 4X more likely to have an accident than a non-teenager, so teenagers should not be using a cell phone at all. Some roads are simply 10X more dangerous than others, so do not talk on a cell phone on a road that requires more concentration. Visual texting is incredibly dangerous.
Hands-free texting requires some concentration, so only do short, easy to say messages. If the message did not compose properly then simply voice the message again. Do not try to edit the message by voice.