Parrot perches hands-free on your steering wheel

With a sat-nav suckered to the windscreen, a Bluetooth hands-free kit glued to the centre console and a radar 'safety' aid riding the dash, the Stuff

With a sat-nav suckered to the windscreen, a Bluetooth hands-free kit glued to the centre console and a radar 'safety' aid riding the dash, the Stuff motor is packing more nik naks than the Golden Wonder factory.At least now we can lose one of them. By adding a nifty cable, Parrot can plumb its Bluetooth car kits directly into your car's steering wheel controls, negating the need for a stick-on control box.It uses standard multican or multicomm interfaces (see the compatibility links below) and works with current CK3000 (pictured) and CK3100 models. Sadly it won't sort out the rest of our car clutter, but we're working on it.

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