Bluetooth headset?

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  1. onedownfiveup

    onedownfiveup Active Member

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    My dad has a Sprint Centro and I'm thinking since he's on the road between clients using his phone a lot he could use a bluetooth.

    What's a nice blue tooth that is comfy and works well.
     
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    rkf76 New Member

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    Jawbone 2
     
  3. eof

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    mtnbike4522 CelicaTech.com

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    i have a wep 200 and love it
     
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    LOL. I had one of those, didn't last a day.
     
  6. SynergyCorp

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    got a generic bluetooth headset. too much interruptions. they said jabra makes better headsets
     
  7. eof

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    Cool story Hansel

    ....so let me get this right. You got a shitty bluetooth headset and someone told you that another company makes better bluetooth headsets then your piece of shit headset?

    : December 2008 :

    You are gay with aids.
     
  8. rsxm5

    rsxm5 OT Supporter

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    I'm using a Motorola H710 right now, and it's been perfect so far. In the past, I've used Logitechs, Jabras, and even cheaper Motorolas and so far nothing has come close to this H710.
     
  9. rkf76

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    I just got my gf a H681 and she loves it
     
  10. bowzer85

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    Go with the Jawbone... stylish and functional. You can also get them pretty cheap. Monitor Slickdeals.net and you can probably grab it for $50-$60.
     
  11. eof

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    This thread is like 3 months old...I am guessing he made his decision already. :hsugh:
     
  12. [dRu]

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    I really like my Motorola H12. I wouldn't say it's worth the retail of $60+ (or whatever it is) because it doesn't truly does the "noise canceling" that it advertises. But still, it's a great little headset that doesn't get in the way of glasses if you wear them.
     

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