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    I am thinking about getting a Jawbone, but I really want to know what do you guys all think is the very best BT headset for a 700WX? I had a lower end plantronics and really was not happy with it when paired up to my phone.
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    This is the Jawbone I have. works great.

    loud enough
    clear enough
    great battery
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    Quote Originally Posted by KILLERkpd View Post


    This is the Jawbone I have. works great.

    loud enough
    clear enough
    great battery
    So what's the price tag on that beast?
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    108.11 from a Verizon store mind you.

    I had a bunch of other BT mmics that just didn't do it for me.

    I really am impressed with this headset.

    http://reviews.cnet.com/headsets/ali...-32327268.html

    Link for a review on it, prices are also listed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KILLERkpd View Post
    108.11 from a Verizon store mind you.

    I had a bunch of other BT mmics that just didn't do it for me.

    I really am impressed with this headset.

    http://reviews.cnet.com/headsets/ali...-32327268.html

    Link for a review on it, prices are also listed.
    Thanks... Here's a site that has several for sale...
    Grant Smith
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    Just an FYI from a treo noob..the 70wx works fine with Kenwoods KCA-BT100 bluetooth adapter for there headunits. The phone isnt on there "compatible" list but I just tried it today in my truck.
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    Wow that's one frugly BT unit. Personally I like the Plantronics stuff myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VibrantRedGT View Post
    Wow that's one frugly BT unit. Personally I like the Plantronics stuff myself.
    I'd be happy with something that works... The Palm Treo BT Headset does not work well at all (go figure...) and I'm tired of not being able to use a BT headset with this phone. Looks are secondary to functionality for me at this point.
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    I had the Jawbone for a couple of months and while it did OK, I was not all that impressed with the volume of the earpiece. Bought the NXZen NX6000 after reading a few reviews.
    It is by far the loudest BT headset I have owned, and I have test driven quite a few.

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    I have been using this bluetooth headset and it works good plus it was only $30 when i bought it. I think i had it for about 2 years now.



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    Keep watching www.spoofee.com

    Great deals pop up all of the time. The jawbone was in the mid $70's about a week or so ago. Deal is probably over.
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    I went through a Samsung, Motorola, and Jabra BT with not very good luck on my treo, I expensed the Jawbone and have never looked back. It takes some getting used to but it works the best for me so far.

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