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Ross Gibson

December 10, 2008, 12:10 am

I work as a field sales rep and as such I have covered about 30000 miles since I bought one of these about 11 months ago. The earpiece quality is in my opinion very good; even at motorway speeds, the person on the 'other end' is clear enough to easily understand. The microphone quality is excellent and reports from other people I have been talking to have been very positive. I would say however that if your car is on the noisy side or you tend to drive with a window slightly open, this can suffer as there is no noise cancellation system. The fitting style in the ear is as far as I can see completely unique. unlike many other devices, this does not rely on clamping the device to the pinna (outer part of the ear) or jamming the headset inside the canal, instead it uses what this soft-spring which bends along the inside of the pinna and holds the device in place very securely with very little movement even with rapid movement of the head. I would however highly recommend trimming (as the manual suggests) the spring to suit your ear as it is much more comfortable. I have found the battery life to be the best point of the headset. I frequently spend eight hours a day for 4 days in a row in my car and I make and receive many calls; Even with this heavy usage I still only need to charge the case and headset every 7-8 working days (remember to put it in the case when you are not using it!)


Overall I would highly recommend this headset with the only drawbacks being the high price tag and the matt finish on the charger easily wears away.

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