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The Jabra Blue Tooth 250V came with my phone accompanied by a belt clip and extra ear gels. I have absolutley no clue how the Jabra attaches to the clip.

Does anyone have any idea of how to do so? A single picture of the device attached to the belt clip could tell a thousand words.

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Doesn't the clip attach to the back of the circular charging thingy?
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A very simple trip to jabra.com yielded this find. The user manual, which actually came with your headpiece, is also available online and shows how the headpiece fits into the clip.

http://www.jabra.com/NR/rdonlyres/52C946E7-577B-49AF-B1E9-C36B65E6719A/0/BT250v_UM_USA.pdf

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The Jabra Blue Tooth 250V came with my phone accompanied by a belt clip and extra ear gels. I have absolutley no clue how the Jabra attaches to the clip.

Does anyone have any idea of how to do so? A single picture of the device attached to the belt clip could tell a thousand words.

Thanks.
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gdpmumin, I have the user guide, have combed through it and found nothing regarding the clip, that's why I posted the question.

Igreenburg, I think you might be right. I'm at the office but I have the charger in hand and can see where the belt clip (at the house) could possibly attach to the two grooves. Thank you.
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Does it actually have a belt clip or are you referring to the charger unit? M Jabra, albeit an older model, only had the extra gels and the charging station for the unit. It is not meant to attach to your belt. While attach it to your belt, when it attaches to your ear?
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Icater,

The newer packaging comes with a belt clip that attaches to the charger. (I now know this thanks to Igreenburg) You detach the AC wires and clip it to your belt, slide the Jabra into the holster if you get tired of the digital turd hanging from your ear. I don't know about you, but I can wear bluetooths for a few hours or so before the drive a hole in the back of my ear. Not sure if I will use Jabra's holster solution but I've already lost one clipping to my shirt.
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