DualSim BlueSIM desktop phone

DualSim's BlueSIM is a mobile phone accessory that looks like a regular desktop phone

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  • Expert Rating

    3.25 / 5
  • User Rating

    2.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 299.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:




Easy to connect, call quality
Voice Control app pops up on iPhone every time you start a call
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I purchased this phone for my office (small business). I must say, I'm impressed! I connected my iPhone 4 with ease. The call quality is equal, if not better then my actual handset.

The phones loud speaker is very good, although I find the lowest speaker volume still too loud.

I like a phone that I can balance on my shoulder/face, unfortunately the build of the unit is smooth so it slips every time.

Unlike George's review, my iPhone doesn't buzz when I move the handset too close to the phone.




Cool Concept
Lots !
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I Saw this advertised and knew I must have one. But the experience has been quite disapointing. Call quality is less than ordinary. I actually think my car kit does a better job in relation to quality. The user manual is also less than ordinary. I'd like a picture of the phone with an arrow telling me what each button does, but this is not provided. What IS provided are a few basic words - it's very much a teach yourself affair, and I am not a technophobe. The thing that REALLY gets me that if I bring my mobile too close to the phone it buzzes ! So really the mobile cant be on the desk when I make or take call. It also feels cheap - It doesnt feel like a quality instrument - probably because its not ! Would I buy another one? NO WAY !

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