Jess’ Totally Awesome GoJo Hands Free Review
I know I’ve been quiet for a bit letting other people review products, but I couldn’t pass this particular product up. I am beside myself because I’m able to write this GoJo Hands Free review. In fact, you might say that nothing has made me happier than the day when GoJo Hands Free headset came into my life. Ok, that’s a pretty bold statement, and it’s not 100% true, but so far in 2012, the GoJo Hands Free headset is pretty much the best thing I’ve ever seen.
Now, if I weren’t excited enough, I read the GoJo Hands Free review on CNET (awesome), and my co-workers and I have talked about the commercial here A LOT, mainly because Joe puts an old school MacBook on his GoJo Hands Free headset and wears it. ON HIS HEAD. But I was interested for a different reason.
I have a certain brand of smartphone, one that may or may not start with a lowercase letter “i,” and I have had the hardest time trying to get a headset that works well with it. Using it with Bluetooth on my GPS isn’t great – I can hear my friends, but they don’t hear me well. Using it with the headphones+microphone that come with it doesn’t work well because they get tangled and also wear out, plus – you have to plug it in. I can’t (or don’t want to) say how many times I’ve answered my phone yelling, “I’M HERE! I’M HERE! HOLD ON! I’M ALMOST THERE! JUST. GOT. TO. PLUG. IN. THIS. Okay, here I am, hello.”
Yes, that is exactly what happens.
But with GoJo Hands Free, using the headset is actually as easy as Joe says it is. He is on point with the “one Mississippi” claim. Admittedly, putting the GoJo Hands Free headset on is not easy to do while driving, and I do not advocate doing so. If you’re in the car, and you need to call someone, please wait until you are stopped before you put the GoJo™ Hands Free on your head. I made that mistake one time and thought it was curtains for the Jess-meister.
I know what you all are wondering. How silly does Jess look wearing this? Answer: Pretty silly. The GoJo Hands Free headset is not something I predict will become a fashion trend. Personally, I could really care less if I look silly or not. If using the GoJo Hands Free headset means that I don’t have to hold my phone and can hear the caller on the other end of the line without tangled cords and microphones that pick up the sound of my car’s air vents, then I’m all about it.
Seriously, my best friend once thought I was caught in a windstorm, and I only had my vents blowing at 2 out of 4.
Quality is key for me, and the suction cup on my GoJo Hands Free headset is fantastic. I’ve used it in both cold and moderate temperatures, and it has held my phone perfectly. The headset itself also adjusts to fit head sizes and phone sizes.
Fine Print Font Size Rating – 12 pt: You will get FOUR GoJo Hands Free headsets as well as glossy round stickers to put on your phone in case your phone does not stick to the suction cup (my phone case is glossy, so I didn’t have that problem). You should give the other ones to friends who drive and talk while holding their phones. I use mine every day, and I bet your super chatty friends will, too.
Always selling sincerely,
Do you have specific questions about the GoJo™ Hands Free headset? Have you already ordered the GoJo™ Hands Free headset and would like to know the status of your order? Here is the GoJo™ Hands Free headset’s customer service information:
GoJo Hands Free
P.O. Box 3179
Wallingford, CT 06494
Customer service is available Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 10:00pm Eastern Time.
You can also check your order status 24 hours a day at www.customerstatus.com.
Please allow 24-48 hours for customer service to have information on your order.
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