best bluetooth headset

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  1. iceit69

    iceit69 Guest

    Looking for a bluetooth headset that I can keep in "off mode" until I get a call, then kick it on and answer the call....unlike that moto headset w/the caller ID

    Anyone have one, that preferably has the caller ID?
     
  2. guru220

    guru220 Everybody to the limit!

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    i think u will have trouble with caller id on the headset. i dont know if any of them even have a screen at all. personally i have the sony ericsson hbh65 and i like it, sound can be a little quiet so i took off the ear loop and just fit it into my ear. my dad has a jabra 250 or something like that and he likes that one but its bigger.
     
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    i used a jabra 250 until very recently. i jsut switched to the motorola hs850. i like the h50 because all i have to do is flip open to boom to connect to my phone. with the jabra you have to hold down a button for 3 sec (i know it doesn’t sound like much but it gets very annoying)

    my major gripe with the 250 is that because it sits in your ear i though it gave too much of a "bass" sound instead of "treble" this made it hard for me to understand the other person on the line.
     
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    I like the Motorola HS Series.
     
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    i just picked up the moto hs850. i'll tell ya how it is in 2hr after it charges
     
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    Dont stuck yourself into choosing motorola's, too many people pay way too much for suck moto bluetooth headset.

    I got mine from Asia, Hong kong. $40 or less, slim design, good voice quality, stable link w/ any bluetooth phone. Caller ID or not, all popular function. Here is the brand name, TOUCH!
     
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    Yeah, the motorola's aren't that great for sound quality. THe earpiece sits too far from the ear. I would recommend the Jabra BT250v. The vibrate function sucks, but it's all black which is sexy.

    I work for cingular btw. I see a ton of moto headsets get returned.
     

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