Griffin iTrip Clip is Now Shipping

Griffin iTrip Clip is Now Shipping

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The Griffin iTrip Clip Bluetooth Audio Adapter is now shipping. The device lets users easily connect their headphones to a smartphone without a headphone jack, such as the iPhone 7.

iTrip Clip connects wirelessly to any smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth 4.1. Connecting any headphones, earbuds or AUX cables to the compact, self-powered adapter lets users listen to music and video, or make calls, without cables. iTrip Clip offers several features that make controlling your sound easier than ever such as handy play, volume, and track controls, as well as an integrated mic to receive calls and easily access Siri, Google Now, and other voice recognition apps. iTrip Clip allows users to continue to use their device hands-free and hassle-free.

Griffin iTrip Clip is Now Shipping

“iTrip Clip ensures users can continue using their favorite 3.5mm headphones, with no worries about if their new smartphone eliminated the headphone jack,” said Andrew Biddle, Category Manager of Power at Griffin. “Not only can our iTrip Clip make any pair of headphones wireless, it also puts the convenience of a Bluetooth sound system into any car.”

In addition to features like a control pad and built-in mic, iTrip Clip also has a set-and-forget configuration which allows it to reconnect to paired devices automatically once it is in wireless range (approx. 30 feet or 10 meters). The adapter has a rechargeable Li-ion battery which boasts 6 hours play/talk time and 180 hours on standby. iTrip Clip also connects to car stereos with an AUX to listen to any smartphone wirelessly if the vehicle does not already offer Bluetooth connectivity.

You can purchase the iTrip Clip for $19.99 from the link below...

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Griffin iTrip Clip is Now Shipping

Griffin iTrip Clip is Now Shipping
Butterspider - October 26, 2016 at 12:35pm
I use a similar device at work. I like it. It keeps me from having to plug and unplug my headphones all day. Plus I can start and stop music and podcasts with the button on the device. I got it a few yrs ago on amazon.
Thunk - October 26, 2016 at 9:46am
I have one exactly the same but not griffin branded its old tech rebranded thats why no headphone controls work. Its a linocell music clip from about four years ago
MUKAI - October 26, 2016 at 12:24am
Griffin just did an Apple iPod shuffle but with the buttons back. This is not garbage.
PHUKAI - October 26, 2016 at 3:53am
Except you have to feel where the buttons are and it doesn't have all the controls from App,e's headphones as much (as I agree with you here) yet these require Bluetooth connection compared to AirPods.
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