SouthWing SF605 Bluetooth Car Kit ReviewWed, Dec 03, 2008 - 12:00 AM
Introducing the Super Slim SouthWing SF605
Today, we look at SouthWing’s entry to the Bluetooth speakerphone market, the SF605. In the past, we have looked at SouthWing’s products such as the SH241 and SH505 as devices that have cutting edge of technology but easy on the wallet. These headsets provided some pretty good audio along with functions that you would find in products that cost twice as much.
The SouthWing SF605 is the touted to be the slimmest hands-free car kit on the market today. Priced at a suggested retail price of $89.99, this might be the perfect solution for those looking for a simple and elegant Bluetooth solution for their mobile device.
The SF605 features a DSP for noise reduction and echo cancellation to make your calls sound crisp and clear. The full duplex 2-Watt speaker is designed to work well in even the noisiest of environments. We have seen Bluetooth speakerphones before and our hands-down favorite has been the BlueAnt Supertooth 3. The Supertooth 3 was an excellent performer and the speaker and noise reduction system were great. Let’s see if SouthWing’s SF605 can be crowned the new king.
- Bluetooth 2.0
- Compatible with all Bluetooth mobile phones 2.0 or lower
- 12 hours talk-time
- 200 hours standby time
- Full duplex
- DSP noise and echo cancellation
- 2W speaker
- 12-24V compatible
- Battery saving mode
- Low battery warning
- 12 different ring tones
- Pair up to 3 devices
- Weight: 70 grams