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Super

AdvantagesFirst Class 'Hands free' performance Great stereo effect

DisadvantagesBadly let down by drop ous whilst on the move.

...The Bluetooth S9 headset retails at a around £100 and after about 3 months of use I am fairly well impressed with its performance. Tired of loops of wire and fiddly controls when using a hands / free? Then this is for you. Setup. After about 2 -3 attempts I managed to get a Bluetooth connection between Phone ( Motorola V8) and headset. This connection delivered a strong signal to...

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Excellent

“Bluetooth headset.”

published 11/03/2007

Advantages small, light weight

Disadvantages none really

...Ok where to start. My sister got the headset free with her Motorola phone (ages ago) she has never used it and hid lost the instructions for it. We have just moved house and my dad found the headset. He charged it up but none of use could work out how to use it as SOMEONE (My sister) had lost the instructions. So I searched the web yesterday and found a PDF instruction book ready to look at...

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Excellent

AdvantagesRead the review

DisadvantagesNothing that is loud

...I am really not fond of Bluetooth headset simply because I travel a lot on mobike and I am sure any body who has the experience in a windy conditions these are absolutely bad investment. But these headsets are sometimes of great help at certain situations and ultimately I realized I really need one. Motorola H17, was my decision because it was reasonably cheap and really very tiny. What impressed...

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