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Old 11-27-2007, 08:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I picked one of these bluetooth headsets up tonight. The rep said it was as good as the Jawbone (which I have been using) but about 1/4th the size. Just curious if anyone has tried this new headset. I have it charging and will report once I have tested it.
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Old 11-27-2007, 08:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I find the moto isn't quite as effective as jawbone!

Jawbone works better in more extreme conditions where the moto H12 works best in day to day situations
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Well 24 hours with the H12 and I have to say I'm pretty happy with it. I called my office and left a message while on the highway with the radio going. I listened to the message when I got home and it sounded clear. I really like the form factor of the H12, really small. We'll see after a week or so.
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The hell with headsets. I am into the speakers now. Blueant Superlight. Very cool in a convertible.
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The hell with headsets. I am into the speakers now. Blueant Superlight. Very cool in a convertible.
Yeah but you look like a dork while walking through a airpot holding a speaker. JK My new car I have on order will have bluetooth in it but I still need something portable.
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Yeah but you look like a dork while walking through a airpot holding a speaker. JK My new car I have on order will have bluetooth in it but I still need something portable.
So which one do you like better?
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So which one do you like better?
Well the car sounds the best but when I need something portable I really like the Motorola Pure H12. It sounds as well as the Jawbone IMO but is much smaller and lightweight.
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I just got the jawbone and noticed the h12 after i got it. Still getting used to it, had to do the jabra eargel mod.
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I've been using the Jawbone for about a year. Then I saw the H12. Like I said, I really like the size of the H12. The Jawbone is just too big IMO.
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I've been using the Jawbone for a few days and I am not that impressed. It's not bad, but in my opinion, it doesn't live up to the noise cancelling they claim it can do. I also don't want to have to buy different earbuds to make it fit properly.

The H12 will probably be my replacement for the Jawbone.
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Blueant Superlight. Very cool in a convertible.
Really? I can't imagine anything working well in my S2000.
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How's battery life on the H12? A friend tried one and took it back as he couldn't get through a whole day.
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