Don't know. I never got to use it
14 user reviews
While the size isn't to our liking, the Motorola H500's streamlined and ergonomic design makes it an appealing Bluetooth headset. With decent sound quality to boot, the Motorola H500 makes for a satisfactory product.
10 expert reviews | 3525 user reviews
gotta super glue ear pieces other than that its great would of given it a 5 but the ear pieces are a nusance
208 user reviews
Incredibly easy to install, the HF820 car kit offers instant access to hands-free mobile communication. Because there are no components other than the roughly 7x7 speaker/microphone, you can bring this Bluetooth product anywhere and use it as a...
2 expert reviews | 181 user reviews
Wow, a keen-looking pair of dual-purpose headphones for review, and a Motorola branded one, as well. The MotoRokr S9 Stereo BT hands-free headset Upon
2 expert reviews | 61 user reviews
This Bluetooth is small and tends to slip out of your ear. The hook is too big for my ear (I have a small ear so it took quite a bit of bending to make it fit). Once I had the hook bent right, I had to fold it over to charge the battery. This is...
18 user reviews
The Motorola S9 Bluetooth Active Headphones offer a worthy choice for wireless cell phone sound.
1 expert reviews | 65 user reviews
Motorola's H800 is an attractive, lightweight headset with good power-saving features. Still, it could benefit from better noise-canceling.
5 expert reviews | 179 user reviews
This was a great product. I have had this for a long time now and it still works well. The price was great and it has held up well over the years.
61 user reviews
Though a bit expensive, the Motorola H9 Miniblue Bluetooth is compact and lightweight, and it has great audio quality. It also comes with a handy portable charging base.
7 expert reviews | 167 user reviews
The Motorola Rokr S7-HD has decent music quality, but its uncomfortable fit and average call quality keeps us from recommending it.
1 expert reviews | 37 user reviews
Title says it all. I couldn't get sound to come through these things, no matter how hard I tried. I could adjust the volume on my iPod... but I couldn't use it. Avoid.
2 expert reviews | 58 user reviews
I'm quite pleased with my Motorola Earbud wired Headset for Motorola v3 Razr. The cord is about 3 3/4 feet long, and it works great. The connecter hooks securely into the battery-charger input. The price here was great, too.
1 expert reviews | 11 user reviews
has some distortion in ear piece. when battery gets slightly low it distorts even more unlike other models i've had
310 user reviews
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4 expert reviews | 451 user reviews
For anyone who wants a simple Bluetooth adapter, you can't go far wrong with the PC850
2 expert reviews | 56 user reviews
If you have a hard time hearing and want hands free with your Razr then this is the headset. It was comfortable and clear sounding. Too bad my cell phone bit the dust.
116 user reviews
One of the best overall headsets that I have used. Simple, good clarity, easy to use and light weight. Also, a great buy.
37 user reviews
If you have a MOTOKRZR you would like for sure to add H670 to your collection of accessories. You get a device, which is extremely easy and pleasant to work with and which has a very good talk time and range, which will allow you to go away from your...
4 expert reviews | 158 user reviews
The S705 SoundPilot is convenient if you want a hands free unit capable of wirelessly streaming music via Bluetooth. It's not cheap though and the sound quality isn't outstanding.
2 expert reviews | 136 user reviews
A stylish and easy to use Bluetooth headset, the only drawback of the Motorola H550 is outgoing sound quality.
1 expert reviews | 187 user reviews
Not a bad headset, for the price I paid, I hope it lasts a lot longer than the microsoft headset. The sound is fair and is a little uncomfortable, but so far it works well. Also if you move the connection too much it can get fuzzy.
66 user reviews
This is the second one I bought for my wife and again people complain they can't hear her on calls. She is on 3-4 hours of conference calls a day and always charges it overnight. For music she loves them, but not for phone calls.
484 user reviews
The Motorola H605 Bluetooth headset is user-friendly and comfortable, but it's too bulky and has sketchy audio quality.
2 expert reviews | 264 user reviews
The Motorola Razr H3 Bluetooth Headset is an attractive, quality Bluetooth headset, thanks to its fashion-forward design and ergonomic ear hook. We only wish the volume controls weren't so tiny.
5 expert reviews | 288 user reviews
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