Most of us don't want to walk around holding our phone to our ears.
Whether it's for convenience or health concerns, it's just not cool.
The GoJo Hands Free Adjustable Headset is suppose to let you go completely hands free.
Well some of you asked me to try it so let's see how if it actually works.
I bought the GoJo at Target for $10 and it comes with two headsets and some black stickers, but no instructions.
So we watched the infomercial to make sure we are using it right.
It looks simple, just stick the suction cup from the headset to your phone and start talking.
But it wasn’t that simple for us. The suction cup didn’t stick to our phone.
We thought maybe it’s the protective case, so we tried it again without the protective case.
It stuck a little, but the phone still fell off, which means since we removed the protective case, the phone can easily break.
One more try... This time on an iPhone without a case.
Surprisingly it sticks like glue.
So I dug a little deeper, looked at a few other reviews and that's how I learned the little black stickers that are included are to make the GoJo stick better. It would have been nice if there were instructions to tell us that.
Still, we stuck the sticker to our phone and the GoJo definitely stuck better, so well that it took the sticker right off the phone. So again, the phone fell.
Obviously the statement of it working on all phones isn't accurate.
It seems to work best on phones with a shiny surface, but still no guarantees that the phone will stay put.
I am not impressed with the GoJo Hands Free Headset.
During our test, it didn’t live up to the claim of working on all phones, since the phone fell several times.
Also, I am not willing to take off my protective case and risk the phone falling and breaking.
I give the GoJo Hands Free Headset a thumbs down.
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