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You can still see all customer reviews for the product. IF there is a downside, it is trying to find a good spot to wear this thing when you are not on the phone. I drive a noisy Mack dump truck, and this unit really does the job. I can hear my incoming calls and I can be heard clearly. Just as a test, I called my home phone and left a voice message. I was driving fully loaded at 55 mph, used the Jake brake to slow for a left turn, and then accelerated through the gears.
The sound quality was excellent, no truck noise could be heard at all, during the entire message. I have only had the unit for a few weeks, but am well satisfied. The only problems I have had with the unit is the voice dialing on my older Blackberry seems to stop working when I turn up the volume on the headset.
It can get to be a little uncomfortable when worn for several hours at a time directly on my head, but it fits easily over a ball cap. The blinking blue led when connected can be a little distracting in a dark vehicle. Why does it need to be that bright Update March 10, I dropped it a puddle getting out of the truck and it got soaked.
It sort of still works, it will still connect with my phone and I can hear just fine, but the microphone doesn't seem to work any more. Great while it lasted and I am replacing it with another identical unit. Update February 27 The unit I dropped in a puddle still worked after it had ample time to dry out. It has now quit working altogether. The replacement unit has inferior sound on my end but it still functions.
I only wear it to make and receive calls, otherwise it hangs on a cup holder exposed to the dust and heat of a truck. If I get a year out of this one, I will call it money well spent. The replacement unit also gave me about seven months of service. I suppose this might be acceptable, but it is hardly a good value. Others have suggested that the fine wires inside break after the boom has been rotated enough times. Seems like a pretty reasonable assessment of the problem.
The second unit was still connected to the phone but the center actuating button ceased to function. I couldn't accept a call, I couldn't even shut the unit off. I am replacing these units, which I will say functioned well for a short while, but I am buying something different this time.
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Please try again later. It does catch your hair in the over the head part, as another reviewer commented. Today it just died without any warning. If it didn't die it would be a good headset -- hope you do get more than you pay for because I'm ordering a different brand and paying for expedited shipping, so I still going with a lower cost headset.
I did love this headset while it worked. I just checked and it did last a year but if I had know I would have had a spare something around. There was a problem loading comments right now. This is a great headset. If you have problems with the in-ear headsets then you should try this. Even driving down the road with the windows down the people I talk to can hear me just fine and I can hear them great.
If you have a larger head and believe me mine is big it can become uncomfortable at times, but most of the time you don't notice it. I thought this had the new connector that is standard but it has the old style previously used by Motorola and others so it can not share chargers with new phones. Not a huge deal since it should easily last as long as the charge on your phone and then some.
For the same reasons cited in the other reviews, I went searching for a good, over-the-head Bluetooth headset for my Sprint Palm Treo Pro and elected to try the Emerson.
I have been using this headset now for about a month and LOVE it! I drive a loud car that can make it difficult for people to hear me and for me to hear them.
This headset fixes that. I can speak in normal tones no shouting!! In fact, you might need to get used to speaking this way the first few times you use it. There is one feature that I have come to really like with this headset: True, you need to turn it on each time, but it saves the charge and requires less frequent charging. Do yourself a favor, and a favor to those whom you call - buy this headset. I've been using this headset for the past few weeks.
I work from home and my company will no longer pay for a land line. So, all my calls are via Blackberry now. I needed an over-the-head headset with microphone. I looked at a more expensive model that had noise cancelling technology but I didn't want that as I figured most of the time I would not have the noise that one would have for use in a car or outdoors. In any case, these have worked great.
With other headsets I've purchased, folks often ask me to speak up. Haven't had that once with these. I can answer from the headset, the volume control on my phone controls the headset. I think some folks have reported battery issues with charging. Overall the battery capacity is great. I often times turn it off at night rather than leave in stand-by. I did have one issue related to trying to get it charged.
It appeared that it was completely dead and wouldn't charge. I finally left it charged all night and played around with the power button. I think I tried 5 quick button presses as well as holding down the button. It came back on and has worked great since. Overall very good for the price! This is my 4th BT device. I started out with 2 Motorola's a couple of years ago. I then did a boat load of research and got the Plantronics The Plantronics works really well, but I spend a lot of time on the road.
My car is a squad car with a light bar on top which adds lots of extra noise inside the car. My neighbors are on the road alot also so I had a chance to look up close at the Blue Parrot. It seems maybe a bit more sturdy, but the features and quality are about the same. The selling point for me was the price. I got mine for [ I see you can get it for just over [ The incoming sound is very loud and clear. The outgoing sound is the same. After a few minutes of conversation, I have asked everyone if they knew I was on a BT or not.
Many didn't think I was. I find myself moving the earpiece off my ear when not on the phone The only downside that I've found is that it will shutdown within a few minutes of not using it. I haven't quite figured out how to get back on quickly other than simply holding the big button in.
I figured out the standby issue The battery life is very good I can go days without a re-charge. The 2 downsides is when you are pressing numbers on the keypad like logging into your voicemail and the like the volume will jump to a very loud point for just a blip of a nano-second.
The other downfall is that it will only pair with 1 phone at a time. It's workable, but for those of us with 2 or more phones, it's a bit more of a hassle. I've not had 1 person tell me that could not either hear me or make what what I was saying and the incoming volume is perfect
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