MOTOROLA "HANDS FREE" HEADSET

CAT# PHN-39
2 for $1.00
2 piece minimum order
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This comfortable, hands-free headset provides great sound quality on both ends of the conversation. The earpiece lays on the ear, outside of the ear canal, eliminating the discomfort associated with in-ear headsets. 2.5mm stereo phone plug. The 2.5mm plug is standard on most cordless home phones. However, most current cell phones / smart phones require a 3.5mm plug.
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Average Customer Review:  (5 Reviews) Write A Review

A customer from ames ia
Floppy
This headset has way too much wiggle, and no way to adjust it. Falls of easily. Maybe it will work if you have huge ears.

F T2 from Pleateau, USA
EXCELLENT Audio and Microphone
Once you get the 'hang' of placing it over the ear lobe, this unit is excellent for use with our phones. An old Samsung Flip Phone or the New LG with a reducing adapter plug works perfectly. The audio in your ear and on the other end is loud and clear as a bell with this Motorola communications Microphone. People will not tell you that you sound fuzzy or muffled with this ! You might have to press it onto your ear if you are driving in a car truck on the highway with the windows down. AND it's great for under a stocking cap in the winter. It holds it right in place on the ear and you don't even know it's there.

A customer from Houston, TX
A Driving Necessity!
Great audio both sending and receiving. It gets both hands back on the wheel! With Nextel there is some interference "chatter" depending on relationship of headset-to-phone, but if you can't or won't go for a Blue-Tooth, you can't beat this.

A customer from Bradenton, FL
Great little "Earset"
I have used this unit for several years with my ham radio. Very simple to adapt. have used it with my cellphone too. Great Audio!

Ricky Earp from Tulsa, OK
A little strange...but nice
Your ear has to fit this, and I have a bargain no-frills Motarola i290 phone, and it works pretty well. On my phone, the volume is loud and WAAAY too loud, but the people on the other-end can understand me and hear me with a window down, which is better than the mic in the cell phone. It's very light, doesn't poke into my ear, stays where it should 95% of the time. Just a quick jerk of my head to check my blind spots have made it come off. Some people will have problems with it staying on their ears. I have fairly small ears and it stays on well. It's just gonna depend on you. AE will gladly refund if it doesn't work for you. A bit of careful bending after the "ear-holder" has been in boiling water may make a world of difference. BTW: I wear glasses and it stays in place well. Compared to the price of the ear piece/mic "made" for my phone, well I can destroy 4 of these and be money ahead.