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I have a motorola HS810 BT headset but it is on its last legs, so........................

I want one that can allow two connections (I have two phones, I appreciate that they will only work one at a time; I am fed up with adding deleting bt headsets to allow use). I had a jabra and hated it (didn't like the ear piece thingy). I like lightweight ones. Any ideas???


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I have a a BlueSpoon AX and think it's great.

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Cheers encece,

Had a look but don't fancy the in-ear attachment. How do you find it???

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I've been eying the Moto H700 which is the latest gen of them HS810. I've had an 820, H605 (complete trash and ugly to boot), and currently have a Jabra 250v which I like because it's loud enough for me to hear it.

I don't know if the H700 can pair with two phones since it isn't mentioned on Moto's website. It does have noise reduction circuitry though.

My only gripe about my 820 was the earhook got loose after a very short while and it stopped working with my 2125 for no good reason.

Bonus with the H-series is that they dumped the proprietary motorola charger plug in favor of mini-usb.

I have a motorola HS810 BT headset but it is on its last legs, so........................

I want one that can allow two connections (I have two phones, I appreciate that they will only work one at a time; I am fed up with adding deleting bt headsets to allow use). I had a jabra and hated it (didn't like the ear piece thingy). I like lightweight ones. Any ideas???
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http://www.expansys....modaco&i=122459

...works great...

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Edited by TigerNet, 07 November 2006 - 09:28 AM.

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I've gone for a SonyEricsson PV700 which is quite nice tbh. Got it for ~£18 off of ebay. Thanks all

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