Considering using a phone whilst in the car is illegal I thought that it would be best placed for me to purchase a bluetooth headset for my phone. I chose the Motorola H500 primarily on its aesthetics. I think that it is a very stlish bluetooth headset that really does look great.
Intially I was concerned that it would look as though I was talking to myself! This I'm sure is the case but I try to look beyond that! When trying it on I thought that it was very comfortable and its also lightweight so it won't weight down your ear! The battery life and standby time is excellent and is another reason why I chose this over similar products.
The product comes with a charger, to charge the rechargable battery within the headset. generally from my experience the charging times have been short in relation to the battery life which is definately an advantage. I have found it easy to use and the audio quality is also very good. Intially I found it hard to pair with my mobile phone and so I didn't find it particularly easy to use.
In order to turn it on you simply hold down the button for a period of about 5 seconds and do the same to turn it off.I have had a friend who had this model also and has managed to snap the clip off. I'm not sure whether he was just being careless but I would say that the clip is reltivly fragile and is worth taking care of. Overall I would say that it is a very good bluetooth headset and having got it for around £30 from Amazon I thought that it was good value for money also. I hope thiis was useful and thank you for reading!
Good morning to ya. May a glorious day present itself before you. May you drive safely and talk on your cellular phone in hands-free bliss. At least here in NY, USA, if you want to avoid a wopping ticket, you best purchase one of these bluetooth devices. I bought the H500 from Motorola and spent about $79.00 or 39+ pounds. Considering the numerous functions this unit is capable of, it might be pricey and I am sure to have saved another 20-30 dollars if I wasn't so damned impulsive. I bought it to operate with the world famous V3 Razr phone I have owned for about 6 months. Over all, I am pleased but there are a few detractors.
I can, and this is the principle reason I shelled out for this model, call by doing nothing more than touching the main touch button and voice dial stored numbers saved to the phones memory as opposed to the SIMM card. I can have the phone auto answer and disconnect at the ear piece without lifting a finger. But the very first thing I discovered was how clumbsy it is on my ear. I have to fiddle with it to get it just right. This is the primary aspect I dislike. I, like most Homo Sapiens, have relatively normal external ear anatomy yet continue to battle with the device just to get it to sit correctly. There are no adjustments to help fix it to my ear such as bending the rounded, pivoting ear loop. I have to actually pull out my ear from my head and gently jam the end of the loop behind that little bump behind and near the bottom of my ear, either side mind you. If it is not done precisley, I merely turn my head once or twice, perhaps glancing at traffic, and the contraption falls loose making a nuicance of itself in my ear. Other control I hardly bother with like certain audio adjustments such as volume, etc. Once on me it is hardly noticable unless I peek in the mirror.
It charges fast enough-two hours-and keeps a charge for a good 2-4 hours of continuous talk time. It looks harmless enough and since so many of us are using them, I don't feel out of place in public. It is like wearing a tee shirt or a tie. However, I only wear it whilst driving as this is what the law requires of me.
Keep your peepers on the road and your mitts on the wheel. If you have to dial and drive, this device is well advised.