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Master Geek
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Topic # 113529 19-Jan-2013 15:05 Send private message

I'm on to my second bluetooth phone earpiece.
I like wearing them but problem - they keep falling out.
I read some reviews about the Jabra sport but it seems to suffer the same problem.
They are both Plantronics. The one I have now is the explorer 240.
If I bend down to pick up something from the floor, it falls out.
I beginning to think a simple phone bluetooth ear piece that doesn't fall out is too much to ask??


[Moderator edit (MF): Moved to correct forum (nothing to do with Windows Phone) and changed the subject to something more than a word...]  

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 748001 20-Jan-2013 22:34 Send private message

I use a jabra wave - highly recommended.

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 755114 3-Feb-2013 16:32 Send private message

I had the same problem and changed to overhead, bulky but comfy (for office use, would look pretty silly outside). Currently using Logitech H800, which has a USB dongle and BlueTooth, with a switch to change between them, so with the same headset I can swap from phone to computer.

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  Reply # 755115 3-Feb-2013 16:37 Send private message

The jabra wave looks a lot like the GN Netcom 6210, are these the same with different branding?

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