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This $14 Bluetooth car adapter lets you make hands-free phone calls — grab it while it's 45% off

Between new driver safety laws, phone feature limitations, and just plain convenience, a Bluetooth connection in your vehicle is a veritable necessity — but for those of us with older cars that aren't equipped with CarPlay or Android Auto, that can be tough. There's a solution: the Laicomein Bluetooth Aux Receiver. This tiny device plugs directly into your vehicle's aux port and picks up Bluetooth from your phone (or other devices), allowing you to transmit music, phone calls and more over your car speakers. Oh, did we mention it's on sale for only $14?

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$14 at Amazon

Normally $25, this handy plug is a 3.5mm connector that hooks up to the aux port of your car, just like a normal cable would. Thanks to that size, you can also use it for things like connecting Bluetooth headphones to a laptop, phone, etc. if the device doesn't have a Bluetooth transmitter built-in.

There's even a button on the front of the receiver that lets you answer and end calls, as well as pause and play music with just a single touch. Its volume buttons are on the side for easy control. You can stay hands-free while driving but still get all of the benefits you expect. Perhaps best of all, it can connect up to two devices at the same time, so you and your spouse can use it simultaneously. It automatically connects to the last connected device when it comes in range.

The battery lasts for 16 hours of use on a single charge, but can be fully recharged in just two.

Bluetooth adapter plugged into a car
This Bluetooth adapter will turn your hunk o' junk into a wireless wonder. (Photo: Amazon)

"Love this!" One five-star reviewer said. "I grew tired of buying aux cords. Bought this and love it! It works well on my old Bose Wave. Now I can link it to my phone via Bluetooth without needing a long cord. It's not heavy, big or bulky. Is super easy to set up and pair to your phone. There hasn't been any static. Music sounds good."

One cyclist found a great use for it. "I was bit skeptical but no more... it plugs right in to my aux plug on my Harley radio...took a little bit to sync but I'm able to listen to my Sirius XM off my phone while I ride. It just makes my trips all the more easier not having to listen to traditional AM/FM with all the commercials!"

The onboard buttons make it easy to control the volume, answer calls, and much more without reaching for your phone — and will help you avoid a ticket.
$14 at Amazon

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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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