Universal Hands-Free Car Kit on Sale for 61% Off at $30, Shipped Free [Deals]


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The latest deal from our Deals Store is The Universal Hands-Free Car-Kit, which has been slashed by 61% to just $30, which includes free shipping to Canada.

This hands-free unit connects to your iPhone or iPod’s 3.5mm headphone jack, where it will then broadcast a specific station for you to tune into on your radio. This functions similar to Griffin’s iTrip ($49.99) but at a fraction of the price. Plus, this unit also enables you to talk hands-free using your iPhone’s microphone but having sound emit from car speakers.

If your car doesn’t support Bluetooth or have a CD player or AUX jack, this could be an ideal solution to take your music listening (and phone calls) to another level on your drives.

  • Compatible with iPhones, iPods, and other devices with a 3.5mm audio socket
  • Connect via FM frequency to play music and make calls
  • USB charging cable included

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Free shipping is also available worldwide to the following countries: United States, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Australia, South Africa, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore.

Click here to jump on the Bazaared Hands-Free Car Kit while it’s still available!


  • Wynncy

    I just placed an order on this and I noticed I wasn’t asked for my email. Just want to ask how can I track my order. Thanks.

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  • K

    Is it compatible with iPhone 5

  • Wynncy

    Thanks Gary. No I wasn’t signed in at Facebook.

  • Anon

    I would like to know the playback sound quality. All of the FM kits I’ve used for the iPhone have had horrible audio.

  • Alex

    It is compatible with the iPhone 5

  • Alex

    Hey Everyone,

    Alex Beller here from StackSocial. We partner with iPhone In Canada to bring you these deals!

    To answer some questions – yes, it is compatible with the iPhone 5. In regards to sound quality, I can’t answer for certain, as I’ve never used the product personally. However, I would assume it is similar to most other FM kits – meaning that sound quality tends to depend on how packed the airwaves are with radio signal. Sometimes they work well, other times they struggle to find an open frequency.

  • Alex

    Feel free to contact me at alex.beller {at} with any more questions – i’m here to help!