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Motorola Bluetooth Headset H3 - Silver [Motorola Retail Packaging]


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  • Compatible with Bluetooth 1.2- or 1.1-enabled mobile phones, PDAs, PCs and more
  • Ergonomic, removable ear hook with improved back housing design to form fit to your ear to allow for the user to wear the headset on either ear
  • Blue LED light to notify when the headset is in use than can be turned off if preferred
  • "Up to eight hours of talk time** or 150 hours of standby time** from a single charge
  • 3-way call conference – join 2 separate calls into conference with headset buttons and Advanced Volume controls: adjust orientation of volume “up” button and also mute the headset
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 2.5 inches, 2.15 inches, 0.75 inches
  • Weight: 2.4 ounces
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 2.2 x 0.8 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000EITUN6
  • Item model number: 98751--------000NORP
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #629,843 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Product Description

Putting the “form” in performance, the Motorola RAZR H3 headset was designed specifically to complement the Motorola RAZR V3 mobile phone. Complete with superior audio quality, unbeatable battery time and an ergonomic design, the Motorola RAZR H3 promises to keep all your communication needs at your fingertips. A perfect companion for the ultra thin Motorola RAZR V3 or a variety of Bluetooth 1.2- and 1.1-enabled mobile phones, this headset is a savvy and sophisticated way to communicate on-the-go. Fashion, Form and Function Focusing on fashion, form and function, the ergonomic Motorola RAZR H3 provides an enhanced ear seal for superior audio performance and comfortable wear over extended periods. For added user convenience, it can be worn on either ear – and, with volume-orientation technology, you can make sure that the controls are always upright. The headset’s omni-directional microphone ensures your voice is clearly heard. Multi-tasking Made Easy Managing the office, planning a family function or simply having a conversation just became easier. Equipped with one intuitive call button, the Motorola RAZR H3 lets users place, receive and end calls with the touch of a button. Don’t want to be interrupted? A vivid blue LED light provides a visual cue that you are on a call. And when not feeling “blue,” it’s easy to turn off the LED light. Little Headset, Big Power Don’t let this little lightweight fool you – the Motorola RAZR H3 headset is loaded with Bluetooth Class 2 connectivity for wireless connections up to 30 feet, eight hours of talk time** or 150 hours of standby time** from a single charge – even the power to pair with your Bluetooth-enabled PC for hands-free Voice over IP (VoIP) use. The compact Bluetooth RAZR H3 offers the best of everything with longer talk times, enhanced comfort and unmistakable style.

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The Motorola H3 Bluetooth headset is the company's "RAZR" headset, styled after the successful line of thin-profile mobile phones that has been taking the world by storm. The H3 is compatible with both Bluetooth v1.1 and Bluetooth v1.2 capable phones supporting the headset or hands free profiles. When paired with a v1.2 Bluetooth phone you can expect to hear slightly cleaner sound and experience faster connections.


Click the image to take a closer look at the H3's functions.

Our H3 weighed .67oz (19g), which is respectable. Its body is about 2.4" (61mm) in length, and about 1.1" (27mm) in width. The flip-out ear-loop extends out further, and can be reconfigured for use on either the left or right ear with little effort. There is a miniUSB power port on the end of the device that means the H3 can be charged with the included adapter or with a miniUSB cable connected to a laptop or desktop PC. For you road warriors out there, that can mean one less power adapter to carry with you on trips.

Comfort wise, the H3 is about middle of the road. The inside edge of the ear loop has a grippy, rubber surface that helps keep it in place. The ear-loop itself is rather narrow, though, which when combined with the somewhat long body length of the H3 can make it a bit less stable and more prone to "flapping" than others when you turn your head left and right quickly. On the flip side, though, the ear loop is narrow enough to work with virtually any pair of eyeglasses.

In terms of controls, there are only three buttons on the H3. On the top and bottom edge of the headset you will find one volume control each. When being worn, the headset button that faces up will raise the volume, and the bottom facing down will lower it. If you reconfigure the H3 for use on the other ear, it will notice that and reconfigure the buttons so that the up volume button still points up. The only other button on the Motorola H3 is the call button. It is also the only sore spot I have with the H3, since it requires too much pressure to activate. Pressure that can be annoying to sensitive ears. But other than that, the button works well enough and allows for control of all non-volume related features, such as redial, hold, and call end and start. If your phone supports voice dialing, you will be able to use the voice dialing with the H3 without having to touch your phone.

Audio quality on the H3 is pretty good overall. The inbound audio is very good, and the outbound quality is perhaps a bit above average. The outbound audio has a nice full and natural sound to it, but lacks a bit of high frequency response that would make the speaker easier to understand, but still an overall pleasant sound. While the H3 is quite susceptible to a head wind (ie. wind blowing directly into your face), it does reasonably well with winds coming at it from a 90 degree angle. The noise suppression system in the H3 works rather well, and does a good job of reducing background noise without sacrificing too much of the quality of the speaker's voice.

Pros:

  • RAZR-like looks
  • miniUSB power
  • Good noise suppression
  • Cons:

  • Susceptible to head winds
  • Non-adjustable ear-loop
  • While there are better performing headsets on the market, the H3's good looks and solid performance make it a nice match for one of Motorola's RAZR handsets, as well as many others on the market today. Its blue LED status indicator is cool looking (and can be disabled), and its 8 hours of talk time is quite respectable. The Motorola H3 is a solid Bluetooth v1.2 headset that deserves some serious consideration.

    --Reviewed by Michael Oryl, editor in chief of www.MobileBurn.com

    Customer Reviews

    That's my 2 cents.
    Kyle P. Cullinan
    Also, the 2nd person who talked to me while i was using it said they could hear themselves echoing very badly.
    J. Williams
    Frankly, I wish I could return it, but I threw out the packaging.
    nycebo

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Crimson on February 12, 2006
    I don't know why no one has reviewed this product so I will tell you in a short review, this headset is awesome, if your looking for a headset that doesnt seem to have any flaws this is it, the audio quality is like no other bluetooth out there that I've used. The sound is crystal clear and can be adjusted to be very loud, there is no echo and the noice cancellation is awesome. When I'm talking with people they tell me how clear i sound. For those of you who also care about comfort, this headset is very comfortable and very lite weight ( i think i spelled that wrong), 10 stars!!!!!!!! a lot better than the H700
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By WM on May 26, 2006
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    Just got it yesterday and I am very pleased with it. My first bluetooth head set. I've played with bluetooth before using a wireless keyboard and mouse with my T3 and Axim x50V and I can tell you that the instructions in linking the H3 with the RAZR was very simple. Charge time was about 2-2.5 hrs. Very easy to use too. Sound was very good. My wife called this morning using "my H3" and couldnt tell the difference if she was using her cell or the headset. I could hear her very well.

    I havent tried it on a non-motorola phone yet so not sure how easy it is to set up.

    I would definitely buy it from Amazon.com. Not only for the price, which was alot cheaper than Retail stores but free shipping and they delivered it alot faster than what the estimated time was.

    Update: 6/16/2006

    If you car is very noisy while driving on highway speeds, I would consider a different Headset (or a wired one) because at MAX volume, its very hard to hear when driving fast (even with windows rolled up). Volume is adequate with general use.

    Not sure if its true with all wireless headsets (? Max volume)
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C Kizer on February 17, 2006
    I've had every bluetooth headset there is. Every single motorola one, 3 models of Jabra, and countless others.

    This is the first one that sounds really good. It's actually better that the built in mic on my Razr v3c.

    Excellent. Doesn't sound compressed, or cut out like all the other ones. Very Impressed.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. Kramer on June 1, 2006
    Verified Purchase
    Just shipped mine back this week for two reasons.

    1. Connection to phone (Moto Razr) was poor. Unless the phone was in shirt pocket an intolerable amount of static on the recieving side occured. I was told by callers that they were able to hear me allright. Couldn't even put phone in pants pocket and hear callers. Didn't have problem with wind noise that other people mentioned, try rolling ur windows up i guess.

    2. Headset randomly disconnect from phone (same phone it was made specifically for) and i needed to delete it from profile and reseek and connect, which involves inputting a four digit code and took at least a minute or two to do, sometimes even requiring me to power off and on the phone.

    My recomendation, I just ordered a wired SYN0896 headset made by motorola which i'm confident will have neither of these troubles and is 30 dollars cheaper than the price as of now (40) and 45 dollars cheaper than the 55 i paid for the bluetooth one. Seems like the best option, which i had been told wasn't even available for my phone by local Verizon store(trying to sell more high margin bluetooth headsets no doubt).
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    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By nycebo VINE VOICE on July 26, 2006
    Verified Purchase
    First off, I really wanted to like this product a lot. It's sleek. The battery seems to last a good long time. And, it charges off the same charger as my phone saving me the hassle of having to carry around a jumble of cables all the time.

    Here's the problem, I can't hear anything. Okay, that's an exaggeration, I can hear, the connection is solid and there's no static, but the volume doesn't get loud enough for me. That's really saying something because I'm not 90 years old and deaf. I can hear a pin drop in a room without issue. It's just that the amplitude of the H3 doesn't allow me to use the product in any but the quietest of rooms. That means NOT in the car, walking the streets, or well, anywhere.

    I guess it's also worth mentioning that the volume buttons are for midgets or small fingered folks, but I'd tolerate it since the device is so tiny if only the volume could get louder.

    Frankly, I wish I could return it, but I threw out the packaging. I've heard good things about the Jabra JX10 or Plantronics Discovery 645. Those are where I'm going next.

    So, I'm rating 2 stars since the form factor is nice, but it's not a keeper so that's all it gets. Of course, if it's loud enough for you, I can understand a higher rating.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Mcclure on August 14, 2006
    I just wanted to start this review off by saying that I am extremely happy with my Motorola H3 bluetooth headset. My entire experience with the headset has been a good one.

    The Motorola H3 is a nice bluetooth headset with one multi-function button (used to make calls, end calls, put calls on hold... etc.) and two volume buttons. Many people complain that the volume buttons on this headset are too small... and that they could be bigger, but I do not find this to be a major problem.

    The H3 paired seamlessly with my RAZR v3 (and I assume it would work the same with any other phone). ALso, the sound quality of the headset is great... when I called my friends for the first time using the headset they had no idea that I was talking on the H3. The sound quality both on my end of the convo and theirs was amazing. Another thing that many people complain about is that the microphone on the H3 does not perform well in windy conditions... and I have to say that I was doing all of my talking with my windows and sunroof open and my friends didn't think anything of it.

    I am extremely pleased with the Motorola H3 bluetooth headset and it is well worth your money. It comes with an AC charger and the earpiece is quite comfortable to wear (and also allows you to wear on both right and left ear).
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