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    i am looking to replace my broken parrot3200ls car kit and i have been looking at the nokia ck-7w, has anybody got this one and can tell me if it is any good. do you use the bluethooth connection or the pop cradle. i have a nokia 6300 so im thinking it should work ok.

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    I've got it in my Saab which i use a cradle with a Nokia 6310i and through bluetooth with my Samsung D900. Works well both ways

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    Personally prefer my CK 20W .... but the 7w is ok, just got rid of mine

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    avoid Nokia Bluetooth car kits - they claim to be "bluetooth " but they use a Nokia tweaked version of bluetooth 1 and 23 and it does not work with all phones

    I have ripped 2 ck7w out of both my cars and replaced with parrot. They work with everything

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    I must say I have found the perfomance of my ck-7W Pure Pants.
    Avoid, Avoid & Avoid

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    I've got the older type CK-1W fitted, had it a few years and never had a problem with it. I also fitted a CK-7W into the old man's car a couple o' months ago..... he also thinks it's a good unit ...
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    Got the CK7W it works but the pop port connector on the bottom is apalling.
    It falls off as soon as look at it. Not sure it is any worse than the rest though.

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    thanks evryone i think i will just keep on using my bluetooth headset

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennyk View Post
    avoid Nokia Bluetooth car kits - they claim to be "bluetooth " but they use a Nokia tweaked version of bluetooth 1 and 23 and it does not work with all phones

    I have ripped 2 ck7w out of both my cars and replaced with parrot. They work with everything
    Done this as well. The alleged bluetooth on the CK7W refused to acknowledge my Qtek 9100 so I ripped it out and got a Parrot installed instead. Brilliant!

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    CK-7W are ok but as said the compatibility is pants. Parrot / Bury bluetooth kits much better

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