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Blueant V12

Blueant V12
alaScore 79

13 reviews

May, 2021

alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews of Blueant V12. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Blueant V12 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by : Melissa Miller (

Review: BlueAnt V12 LCD Bluetooth Headset


When you hear the term V12 you typically think “insanely fast exotic sports car,” not “solidly designed handsfree set.” Oh, how your perceptions are going...

LCD displays caller-ID and battery-life. Voice-activated dialing. At half an ounce, it’s light enough for all-day wear. Excellent battery means you may run out of anytime minutes before the V12 runs out of juice. Affordable

LCD display looks like it was grafted from a 1980s era graphing calculator. Can only connect to one Bluetooth device at a time. Loud, obnoxious colors are a bit of a fashion faux pas, but then, isn’t that the point of a wireless headset

Mar, 2007

Expert review by (

Blueant V12 LCD Bluetooth Headset


Incorporating an LCD into a headset is not the most obvious design choice. After all, your ear is not usually in your line of vision. Still, it can be darn handy for screening calls without having to check you actual handset. The screen on BlueAnt's...

LCD provides status information other headsets can't. Lanyard is helpful for getting the visuals off the LCD. Slips on easily. Lightweight

Bulky. Caller ID displays phone numbers rather than names

For those who are looking to put some distance between themselves and their handsets, the V12 offers plenty of information on its nifty LCD.

Expert review by : George Ponder (

Review: Blueant v12 Bluetooth Headset


Bluetooth headsets range from the plain to the feature riddled. The BlueAnt V12 LCD Bluetooth Headset ($59.95) falls into the latter category. Decked with features such as vibrating alert,

Feature packed, LCD, Lanyard Carry option, Generous Operational Range, The lanyard is a nice option

Connection / Clarity: 4, Battery Life: 5, Comfort: 4, Value: 5, Earpiece volume is slightly muffled

Just out of the box, I was a little apprehensive of the V12. It almost felt as if it had too many features and I had concerns that the LCD was overkill. Having used the V12 for a few days, the device began to grow on me. I really liked the option to...

Mar, 2008

Expert review by : Jon Halpin (

Blueant V12 LCD Bluetooth Headset


The BlueAnt V12 incorporates an LCD into a Bluetooth headset, which displays Caller ID and other status information.

Jul, 2007

Expert review by : Stephen Skarlatos (

BlueAnt V12 LCD Bluetooth Headset


Over the last year, the number of individuals wearing a Bluetooth headset has proliferated at an amazing speed. The technology now provides good sound

Caller ID display and history ; Works well in noisy environment ; Vibrate mode ; Headset initiated handset audio transfer

Micro USB charging connector ; Caller ID name not displayed ; Some white noise in quiet environment

The BlueAnt V12 LCD Bluetooth headset addresses my issues with having a headset glued to my ear 24 x 7. I can carry it in my pocket, it will vibrate when a calls come in, I can retrieve it, and view the caller's phone number before choosing to answer...

Apr, 2007

Expert review by : Eric Bass (

BlueAnt V12 Headset


The V12 is BlueAnt's most advanced Bluetooth headset, and not a terribly bad-looking one either. Most distinctive about the V12 is the small monochrome LCD display on the side. The LCD displays the number of the incoming or outgoing call so you can...

Sound quality of the V12 was about the best of any Bluetooth head unit I've used. The mic was sensitive enough so I didn't feel I had to shout to be heard (a lesson several people on the commuter train I ride should learn) and volume on the speaker was...

Jun, 2001

Expert review by : Nicole Lee (

BlueAnt Wireless V12 LCD


The BlueAnt Wireless V12 LCD Bluetooth headset solves the problem of not being able to see the caller ID when the headset is worn on the ear by providing a micro USB lanyard to wear around the neck, plus a vibrating alert feature.

LCD for viewing caller ID and battery status ; Stores up to 10 contacts ; Comfortably fit ; Pretty good sound quality ; Vibrating alert ; Micro USB lanyard so you don't have to wear it on your ear all the time

Rather bulky ; Boring design ; Tiny volume buttons on its side

Editor's note: The T-Mobile Sidekick 3 mentioned in this review was used for testing purposes only and is not currently available in the Australian market.

Mar, 2007

Consumer review (

high hopes dashed


For the features want I should have gotten either the Jabra BT8010 or BT800, but I thought I could save some money

Smaller than you would think with lcd display. Vibrating alert

Backlight nearly useless. Sound quality sub par. Have gone thru 2 Units. 1st one dropped calls after 45 seconds. 2nd unit worked better but no one could hear me speak. both useless would score lower if I could

Sep, 2007

Consumer review (

Okay at best


It has a long battery life and caller Id is cool

Its not loud enough and no one on the other end can hear me. I think bluetooth is a bad technology

Aug, 2007

Consumer review (

Great Reception. Poor ergonomics


I own a Treo 650 which is carry in a holster.

The ear hook is extremely rigid .

May, 2007

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