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Old 12-19-2005, 11:56 AM   #1
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Bluetooth headset: Recomendations?

Who makes good ones?

What makes one better than another, besides battery life?

Where to get best prices?


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Old 12-19-2005, 09:11 PM   #2
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window shop at a store, best buy, walmart, and or any others you have handy. Look at sizes and weights, though weights are hard to judge in the package. I have a jabra, I had one that fit well, this one does not.... so I may buy a new one in a few weeks. If something does not fit well in my ear it hurts like mad.

once you have made a selection from looking at them, comparing bulk, google them, check reviews, then buy online if you want to save some $$. If time matters more than money, head back to the store and buy them. In the latter case, you can do all of that in one day, morning look, noon research, evening buy.
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Which one do you have that you don't like; which one did you like? I am just trying to get a feel for what to look for. I like the design of the Jabras that go behind the ear; I am just worried they wont pick up my voice in my car (noisy).
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I use JABra FREEspeak on the 650 ...hAVE not tried any other...
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Which one do you have that you don't like; which one did you like? I am just trying to get a feel for what to look for. I like the design of the Jabras that go behind the ear; I am just worried they wont pick up my voice in my car (noisy).

They pick up great, all the jabra line are good. My only complaint is personal to me, my ears don't like to have things in them.
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Motorola H500: small headset, longlife battery, perfect audio, no problems in pairing with my nokia, sony-ericsson and siemens phones
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Motorola H500: small headset, longlife battery, perfect audio, no problems in pairing with my nokia, sony-ericsson and siemens phones



Actually, that is the one my parents bought me for my birthday. My only gripe with it is that it doesn't want to stay on my ear very well; but, that is probably a function of my ear more than the headset.
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Uh.. I don't know, I find it more confortable than the HS-810 Motorola one, that I have also. The H500 fits well on my ears
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Jabra are good

I've had 4 headsets 2 were good deal buys Siemens and Jabra. The other were comfort buys. The Siemens was straight out of Star Trek but un comfortable that got retired. I then got a Jabra 200 decent price but real comfortable(unfortunate demise). Replaced it with a Jabra 800 this is a very cool headset but for me its not comfortable and wearing it to some degree defeats its purpose. Now I have the 500 it's better than the 200 not as bulky ; but not quite 800.
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