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#138544 8-Jan-2014 11:23
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Can anyone suggest a good bt headset to use with my Nexus 5? Mainly to listen to music and phone calls while cycling. (yes I pull over and stop before answering a call)
The ability to here so messages would be a bonus but I guess there is an app for that :-)




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  #963269 8-Jan-2014 14:02
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I've got plantronics back beat 901 plus from memory. Work very well. You can use driving mode to read your texts and Callerid out.

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  #963288 8-Jan-2014 14:27
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I like my Sennheiser mm100. They can read my WP8 SMS's to me. No idea how they'd go cycling though.




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  #963291 8-Jan-2014 14:32
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http://www.jabra.com/Products/Bluetooth/JABRA_SPORT_/Jabra_SPORT_

B
est I've used, waterproof, good for cycling.

Only issues ~3hr battery life.

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  #963298 8-Jan-2014 14:41
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Have a jabra, fell out of my back one time and sat on my driveway in winter for a few days still works fine.

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  #963300 8-Jan-2014 14:49
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http://www.trademe.co.nz/a.asp?id=672123154

I can do you one for $80.

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  #963350 8-Jan-2014 16:17
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I've got the Plantronics backbeat go. Good for about 4 hours and sweat proof. I use them at work.

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