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  1. 240zron's Avatar
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    Hi,
    I'm getting ready to pick up a bluetooth head set and was wondering about the confort if you wear glasses.
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    I have used several bluetooth headsets with glasses with no problem. The best ones have been the Palm Treo and the Jabra JX10. The only issue is to carefully place the hook over your ear without catching the temple on the glasses. I place the hook between my ear and the temple, not behind the temple. The Carlo Scala-500 comes with a hook that attaches to the temple, but it felt very loose to me.
    I am currently using the JX10 and love it.
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    i also use the the jx10 and wire ear hook is certainly the thinnest of any on the BT headsets i used
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    I have the Moto 820 (over the ear clip) and wear my glasses or sunglasses without any issues. Zvandiver makes a good point, dont clip it between your head and the glasses, just clip it over your ear.
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    I put a Jabra ear gel on the JX10 and use it without the ear hook. It's secure, and there's nothing to get in the way of my glasses. The Plantronics 640 can also be worn without the ear hook - it comes with its own ear gels, but I prefer the JX10.
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    I put a Jabra ear gel on my HBH-610 and wear it without the clip. Great HS, especially with the ear gel. First time I have ever had to turn the volume down.
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    You could always get the RAZRWIRE. I will wait to see what the new treo is, and how well the bluetooth 2.0 or whatever its called works out.
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    I have been using the treo headset since last year, and find it fairly comfortable.

    Doesn't seem to be a problem at all.
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    I have seen one that incorporates into a set of glasses but a web search only found this one and it ain't the one I wuz thinkin' of

    http://www.geek.com/news/geeknews/20...0909026764.htm
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    Thanks for all the replys. I went and looked at them today, Now i need to igure out what I want.
    I don't want to spend a lot, But don't want a headset that sucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE
    I have seen one that incorporates into a set of glasses but a web search only found this one and it ain't the one I wuz thinkin' of

    http://www.geek.com/news/geeknews/20...0909026764.htm
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    Moto is coming out with a new one. Fits in your ear like the Plantronics Discovery 640, but a different earpiece. Don't know when it will be out or how much, but looks different. Although, I would have to wait for reviews. Doesn't look like the outgoing sound quality could be that great.

    http://www.motorola.com/motoinfo/pro...0,,133,00.html
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    OK here's the one I wuz thinking of....for yu stylish types

    Motorolo Razrwire....Motorola headset married to oakley glasses

    http://direct.motorola.com/ens/RAZRW...ENS&productid=
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    How about these?
    http://www.motorola.com/motoinfo/pro...0,,137,00.html

    Looks like they'll come out around the same time as the Moto Miniblue mentioned above. These aupport bluetooth audio, so when Treo goes to bluetooth 1.2, we can listen to our music as well as answer the phone. I'm happy...
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    Thanks,
    I bought a H500 motorola headset off ebay and love it. I traded off my treo for a motorola E815. I really like the size of the phone, And it has blue tooth. I just hated the fact that Verizon wanted so much for the internet on the treo, So for $5.00 a month I now can use the net.
    I'm really missing the palm, So I will probly pick up a treo again in the future.

    Thanks for all the responce
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    Quote Originally Posted by thudson
    How about these?
    http://www.motorola.com/motoinfo/pro...0,,137,00.html

    Looks like they'll come out around the same time as the Moto Miniblue mentioned above. These aupport bluetooth audio, so when Treo goes to bluetooth 1.2, we can listen to our music as well as answer the phone. I'm happy...
    They have a similar one with ipod like qualities built in and 1 GB storage too

    http://oakley.com/o/o2794d

    A friend who saw them ata show said they were heavy.
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    But, will Treo 650 ever support Bluetooth 1.2 or Ad2p, or whatever it is that is needed to do bluetooth audio for music???
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    My guess is no....how they gonna make you buy a 700 if they put all the 700's features on the 650 ?

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