BlueAnt included all you really need to use the Supertooth 3. Included in the box are a User’s Manual, a Quick Start Guide, an AC travel/wall charger, a car charger, and 2 magnetic sun visor clips. The list of accessories is very much like the Supertooth Light, but unlike its predecessor, there are no moving parts. The Supertooth Light has a boom microphone that acted as a power switch. This helped conserve battery life making a full charge go for quite a long time.
The Supertooth 3 has pretty simplistic interface. There are only 4 buttons that you can press and the rest are indicator lights. As with many Bluetooth headsets, the Supertooth 3 has a Multi-function Button that powers on and off the unit, as well as assists with pairing the device, answering incoming phone calls, initiates voice dialing and redialing, as well as initiates call transfers to the handset. There is also an End Call Button that ends and rejects calls (duh), but also helps to load and reload a mobile devices phonebook.
Lastly, there are the Volume Up and Volume Down controls that control not only the volume of the phone call that you are on, but also the speech prompt volume when the Supertooth 3 is trying to talk to you.