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September 19, 2012

GoJo — "The only phone device that is truly hands-free!"


"As seen on TV" — so you know it must be good.

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From the website :


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Works on all phones and slips on in 1 second.

Finally, a headset that allows you to attach your phone to an industrial-strength suction cup that allows you to begin conversations completely hands-free.

Features and Details:

• Compatible with all phones — even land lines

• Adjustable headset provides perfect fit

• Both hands remain free

• No charger or wires


Four headsets: $10 (phones not included).

[via Richard Kashdan]

September 19, 2012 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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Oh. Not Sherlock . . . but by Karen.

Posted by: Kay | Sep 20, 2012 2:00:04 PM

Wowzer! It's too bad that Sherlock had to be the JoeHeads tester.

Posted by: Kay | Sep 20, 2012 11:58:15 AM

please - don't even think about it - from amazon - typical mo

Big Rip Off!!!, May 7, 2012
By Karen (Sunnyvale, CA, United States) - See all my reviews
This review is from: GoJo Hands Free Adjustable Headset (Pack of 2) (Wireless Phone Accessory)
These headsets are too tight and gave me a headache. They are not flexible and they break easily. I'm sorry I fell for this scam. This company screws up orders and overcharges like crazy. I saw the TV ad and ordered 2 for the price of 1 (2 boxes of 2 headsets/box = $10), plus S&H for each box $7.95 + $7.95, and sales tax $1.55. Total was $27.45. But I received 4 boxes of 4 headsets, 16 headsets! GOJO charged my credit card $155.45!! I sent back 12 headsets and I'm still waiting for a refund. FYI, GOJO is based in Connecticut, so they charge 6% sales tax on the item and also on Shipping & Handling. I still can't figure out how they came up with $155.45 (it had to be a miscalculation of sales tax).

Posted by: sherlock | Sep 19, 2012 9:19:56 PM

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