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Topic # 6244 10-Jan-2006 11:20
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Hi

Can anyone suggest a good locally available bluetooth headset for the Jasjar. Main use would be for handsfree while driving
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Reply # 26037 10-Jan-2006 11:25
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Any headset around will work fine - Nokia, Jabra or even the cheap ones from DSE.

I vote for the Jabra though - might not be easy to find, but look for resellers of Pudney.

Another good brand, I think available at DSE, is BlueAnt. I have a SuperTooth2 and it's very good sound - they have headsets as well.








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Reply # 26039 10-Jan-2006 11:34
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Thanks, I'll have a look around

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 27143 25-Jan-2006 15:38
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I found the cheap Motorolla one from dse quite satisfactory-excepting I have found it not too comfortable to use after an extended period.
Also I find the battery consumption a bit excessive.




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