Here's everything that comes in the BlueParrott kit. We got a standard
charger for the house. We got a car charger kit, 12 volt, and see it's
plugged in here. You get some fuzzy ear piece things. I guess, if you like
that kind of thing. And then here's the BlueParrott itself. Yeah, I think
you probably need to put the fuzzy over it just to keep dirt out and all
that. And here's the actual buttons, and one of these will even activate
the voice dial, and then you just put that out and see.
Part of eliminating the noise is having this boom out there, so you can put
it right in front of your mouth. It's not omnidirectional, and omni means
everywhere or everything. It points it right at your mouth and that helps,
as well as the electronics that's in this. And notice that this is bigger
than those things that you have, those silly little things you put in your
ear that are never charged, they never hold up, they don't reduce noise.
How people put up with that crap is beyond me. I'm sick and tired of those,
and so that's what prompted me to get this. And after Sherry, my wife, had
such great experience with hers, I wanted one.
This is everything that comes in the kit so you won't be surprised on that.
Anyway, one downside is I'm going to have to plug it into the wall and,
man, the directions are like really adamant, “Do not use without charging
for 12 hours.” So I'm going to make sure I do that. And I think that's
because this has a battery circuit that knows how to manage the battery,
and the only way to make that make sense is if you charge it long enough
the circuitry gets to see what it looks like after 12 hours and can better
manage the battery. So I think that's what's in there. There's a computer
chip handling all that. So anyway, I'll talk to you later in 12 hours.