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Griffin iTrip FM Transmitter for $32 is offering the iTrip 2 for 3G iPods for $31.99 and shipping starts at about $5.

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Well it figures this comes along right after I bought one.

Posted by Stewy on November 19, 2003 at 10:26 AM (CST)


Cost of iTrip 2 $31.99 american
Cost of shipping to Halifax Nova Scotia : $41.29 american

Trying to understand retailers who have insane shipping costs to cross the border? : priceless

And nooo…I did not buy it ;)

Posted by MeanE on November 19, 2003 at 10:27 AM (CST)


dang…i ordered mine 2 weeks ago from MacConnection and it still hasn’t shipped.  This says that they are in stock at…figures.

Posted by Matthew Smith on November 19, 2003 at 11:40 AM (CST)


I ordered mine from Apple Oct 21, a month before they were supposed to ship (officially Nov. 21) & received it on Nov. 4th. Even though the manual says the led is blue & mine shines red (my favorite color anyway), I love it.—A perfect pair w/ the car charger. After a little “corrective surgery” on my iSkin to accomodate the iTrip, all is well. Finally—all my tunes in the car at one time!

All the best—

Posted by drsharna in The Great State of Texas on November 19, 2003 at 9:09 PM (CST)


I got one of these a week ago. The instructions say find a station with a “clean hiss”. To my dismay, there are no stations in san francisco that arent taken up. So basically, dont buy this thing if you live in a city, because its pretty much useless. Ipod lounge’s review made me waste 40 dollars, good job.

Posted by Regis on November 19, 2003 at 11:10 PM (CST)


As per normal it costs more to ship to the europe than the itrip itself :( ... is there anywhere we can pick one up without being ripped off on the shipping?

Posted by Rich on November 19, 2003 at 11:21 PM (CST)


Just picked up 3rd Gen itrip at for $33.12 - They have it for $29.17 + $3.95 handling & processing with free shipping = $33.12

Posted by none on November 20, 2003 at 4:44 AM (CST)



Like yourself, I live in a large metropolitan area (Dallas-Fort Worth) The radio frequencies here also very cluttered but if you can find one that the signal is pretty faint, or one with very little bleedover from an adjoining frequency, the iTrip works just fine.—The default, 87.9, works best for me.

All the best—

Posted by drsharna on November 20, 2003 at 5:17 AM (CST)


I have one-received as a gift but it requires MusicMatch to install the software and I use iTunes exclusively.

Posted by photogcw on November 22, 2003 at 8:09 PM (CST)

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