- Size (LWH): 2.1 inches, 1.1 inches, 0.9 inches
- Weight: 1 pounds
Cardo Systems SCALA600 Bluetooth Headset
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- General Talk time: up to 10 hours Standby time: 240 hours Wireless range: up to 33 ft (10 m)Weight: 0.41 oz (11.6 gr)Battery type: rechargeable Li-PoMini-USB charging port for charging via a USB charging cable
- Among the world's smallest and lightest BT headsets
- Voice control, Voice command, Muting, Redial, Call reject, Conference call, Toggling between calls
- Talk time: up to 19.5 hours - Standby time: 1 week
- Compatible with Bluetooth Capable Phones
Top Customer Reviews
So while at a store, I purchased the Scala 600. It was very cheap ($25), looked good and seemed like it had what I wanted.
My BIGGEST complaint is this thing has its own ringer and after I connect, it still continues to ring for another 3-4 seconds in my ear. Even though the cell phone has connected, you can't speak either.
My second complaint (actually tied with first) is it takes 10 SECONDS to turn the unit on if its off. ARE YOU KIDDING ME??? I have to actually answer the phone and then tell people to hang on. Who ever designed this feature is a moron.
My third complaint is range. I can have my cell phone on the opposite side of my body and people can't hear me.
And last, the sound quality (both incoming and outgoing) is horrible. I do wonder if the unit got better reception, if the sound would improve. Sometimes it gets so bad, I remove the bluetooth pair and then reinstall it. Sometimes it Improves things.
Im using a brand new LG VX10000 Vogager. I even replaced the phone once thinking it was the phone.
If you want the best just get a Blue Parrot.
So to sum up... Cheap.
Long talk time.
Easy to use.
Bad reception.(good enough to talk while driving)
Good sound quality - I can hear the caller and they can hear me loud and clear. Works well with my Motorola RAZR V3m and I can use the voice activated commands with this headset. No fiddling with the phone to search for people while making a call. Very handy in the car.
Minor annoyance - Charger is USB type but not the standard mini-USB we find in cell phones. Thus, you will have to lug around another charger if your cell phone uses the standard mini-USB charging port.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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I do not buy one or two. I bought 3 scala 600 a few weeks ago to send it as a gift for my drivers, and imagine what!!!: none of them works!! Read morePublished on April 4, 2009 by Luis Alpizar Sanchez
Like so many others before me, I took a chance on what seemed to be a well built product (scala600). Read morePublished on February 7, 2009 by T. Russell
This bluetooth headset is great if you are someone like me, who just wants hands-free functionality on their cellphone. Read morePublished on February 6, 2009 by V. Jawahar
Simple, clear, versatile, easy to use, comfortable to wear - these are just a few things that I can say about this product. Read morePublished on February 3, 2009 by RenoReviewer
The Cardo-600 arrived promptly ,and for the price, provides decent audio quality. The earpiece adjustment is a little tricky, but it's hard to beat the overall value!Published on January 31, 2009 by F. Pabon
This blue tooth gave me nothing but trouble since I purchased it. I even think it affected my Sony Ericsson mobil phone since it has been acting up ever since I use it with the... Read morePublished on January 18, 2009 by Erzsike
Similar to other people's experience, I got a defective headset that would not charge. I emailed the manufacturer's (Cardo Systems) customer service which did not bother to... Read morePublished on January 7, 2009 by MBY
I bought one of these because my trusty Scala 500 had finally given up the ghost after serving me well and faithfully for a couple of years. Read morePublished on December 17, 2008 by Gern Blanston