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LG HBM-800 Bluetooth Mono Headset with Speakerphone and Charging Cradle

by LG

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  • Mono Bluetooth Headset
  • Includes Handsfree adapter
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 5 inches, 5 inches, 8 inches
  • Weight: 5.12 ounces
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Product Description

HBM-800 wireless technology headset with Speakerphone and Charging Cradle has everything you need. Experience the true comfort of the e-Clip ergonomic ear bud, and advanced audio features the dual mic, echo cancellation, and noise suppression. Simply slide the headset in or out of the Speakerphone Cradle and your calls will automatically transfer.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 8 inches ; 5.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0024FA6QW
  • Item model number: HBM-800
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,291 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Customer Reviews

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By E. Woodz on December 26, 2009
I wanted this kind of set for a long time, and I looked high and low for it. I will say, it works.
Good things:
-It is loud and clear.
-It does the trick while your driving.

Not great things:
-Each time you get in and out of the car (unless your going to wear the earbud part in wherever your going), you have to turn each part on. It would be easier if it was one button to turn on both. Also, each piece you have to hold down the on/off button for 5 seconds each, each time you get in or out of your car. I do realize I'm complaining about 10 seconds, but it can be tedious, that's all. If I'm not going very far, I just don't use it.
-The same power button is the same button to call the last person you spoke to. So if you press it for x amount of seconds, trying to turn it off, you could be making a call and not know it. Annoying!
-The earbud doesn't fit my ears well. My ears are pretty average, I think. I dont think it's the earbud's fault though. It comes with an attachment that hooks around the ear, but for me, it doesn't fit.
-To use the speakerphone part, you have to turn on both, the earbud and the speaker. To use the earbud, you don't really have to put on the speaker part. That's neither here nor there.

All in all it's not bad, just has some quirks in my mind. Would I recommend it...mmm, yes, but with a disclaimer.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By udrivemecrazy on September 7, 2009
I purchased this after trying the Sony-Ericsson HBC-150 bluetooth speakerphone and this product is way better while using my LG Dare. I initially bought the HBC-150 for its capability to display caller IDs to screen incoming calls. I found it was not a good product for my phone (see my review of the HBC-150). After that ordeal, I thought of settling for one that just worked for my phone. What I got from the LG HBM-800 was much better than that.

To me, it seems like a simple product. A speakerphone that doubles as a headset. It's like, "Why couldn't somebody think of this sooner?" Someone probably did but not in a package like this one:

- The speakerphone is clear and loud enough.
- People on the other side of the conversation had no problems hearing me. Note: I can't speak in to it when it's right in front of me. The mic is on the left side so you would need to talk to it when fastened to the right side of the car visor.
- My phone has GPS and I was able to use the speakerphone to get audible directions without a hitch.
- If I go out of range and come back I get reconnected with a push of a button, except when the headset automatically turns off after some time. The cradle doesn't turn off automatically.

The only trouble I have with the LG HBM-800 is the low battery warning on the cradle. The problem is that it's not a warning, it simply doesn't work as a speakerphone anymore. You'll just have to use the headset until you recharge the cradle. I guess it's better than leaving you without an option. I just wished the cradle had a better battery life.

Overall it's a great product and it's simple enough that you don't need to fuss with.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Anthony John Ahearn on August 19, 2010
I tried one for a little over a week. I wanted something that I could use in my car for hands free. Pairing with my blackberry 8830 was easy. Although I wasn't interested in the earbud I can safely say is too large to use in your ear. Speaker was clear but volume was a bit too loud, easily fixed with the buttons, but unfortunately it doesn't retain the volume settings when you switch it off. Someone noted that the buttons are a bit too close together and impossible to see at night - I completely concur. The microphone worked pretty well - most people said they could hear me clearly but with the obvious speakerphone sound. I ended up returning it for two reasons: 1) the battery life was not very good. A few days of of may be 3 hours total usage and it needed to be recharged. 2) I ended up hanging up calls and making calls because pressing the buttons was problematic.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Yoong Ping Yong on March 30, 2011
This is a great idea! A speaker phone and an ear piece in one device. I love the idea of a speakerphone that allows you to pick up an ear piece to have a private conversation without breaking the law when driving. I want LG and other manufacturers to improve on this product. The feedback on this devices having too few buttons, resulting in me dialing someone when I intended to turn off the device is true. I have to turn on the device/pairing again after you get back in the car is again true. What stopped me from using this device is the plastic hook/clip that attaches the device to the visor broke. My fault, but if it was made of metal like my current SuperTooth Buddy Bluetooth Visor Speakerphone Car kit, it could have avoided a pre-mature retirement.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Van Stry on August 7, 2010
I just bought this device. The major con is that if you have the ear hook attached, you CAN NOT put it in the cradle! I'll take my dremel to it eventually and see if I can fix that issue, but as an engineer I have to wonder WTF happened there? Didn't they test it? Pretty stupid to have a 2 cent part stump the entire system from working.

Once I put this in the car, the hands free part will be in always on mode. Same for the ear bud. If it goes dead, well I'm going to wire it directly into the car's power so I don't see that as an issue really. I bought this more as a hands free phone, having the option of an earbud with it just seemed like a nice extra feature.
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