Something for the Geek who has Everything
10/25/2010 by: Darleen Hartley
A Bluetooth bracelet is one of the questionable gadgets you can find surfing the net. This gizmo vibrates to let you know you have a phone call and identifies the caller by ID on an LCD display.
For $23.96 the helpful bracelet it can be yours from eChinaSales. The company is a Hong Kong based China Electronics Corporation, a leading wholesale consumer electronics manufacturer and distributor, claiming to sell to the public online.
The bracelet features: Bluetooth version 1.2, frequency range of 2.4GHz, active use time of 60 hours, chargeable on your laptop or home PC via the USB cable provided. It takes 2 hours to charge.
A one year warranty accompanies their products. You can pay with Paypal, Bank Transfer, Western Union, MoneyGram or Credit Card – in other words anyway they can get your money, they will. To accommodate single consumers or large volume resellers, they will also ship via anyway possible, including FedEx, UPS, DHL, EMS, by air mail, or by bulk freight forwarder.
In terms of customer service, they promise professional, prompt, personal assistance from a team of friendly English speaking Chinese staff. When ordering, select item # Co1070. The package includes an AC Power Adapter [100-240V 50/60HZ], USB charger, and a User Manual – thankfully in English, as they promise not to use Chinglish. Only time will tell are those claims correct or not...
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