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Motorola H375 Universal Bluetooth Headset

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  • Compact & Portable
  • Battery check feature
  • Clear audio speaker technology
  • Up to 6HRS talk time
  • Wireless connection up to 33ft

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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 2.1 inches, 5.25 inches, 10 inches
  • Weight: 0.48 ounces
  • Minimum Rated Talk Time: 6 hours
  • Minimum Rated Standby Time: 192 hours
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For everyday consumers who want simplicity and value in their first headset.

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The Motorola H375 mono Bluetooth headset combines essential functionality and ease of use with style and comfort. Its simple buttons for power, calls and volume streamline the experience, and you can see your remaining talk time with a simple battery check. The Motorola H375 also assures extended wear comfort thanks to its TrueComfort ear bud design. The design is driven by Motorola's extensive ergonomic measurement study of the human ear, with research that included two years of digital assessments that spanned age, sex and race.

Features and Specifications
  • Up to 6 hours of talk time and up to 200 hours of standby time
  • Easy Pair technology helps simplify connecting to compatible Bluetooth enabled devices.
  • Dedicated on/off and call buttons get you talking with just one press.
  • Battery check feature clearly shows when it's time to recharge--press both volume buttons to view your remaining talk time
  • Clearer Audio--unique speaker design improves sound clarity
  • Tested to work with over 200 compatible Bluetooth enabled phones from more than 15 brands such as Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Sony-Ericsson, and LG
  • Bluetooth 2.0 technology with Headset 1.2 profile
  • Operating range of up to 10 meters (33 feet)
  • Connector: Mini USB

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.1 x 5.2 x 10 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000WJ6LS4
  • Item model number: 89185N
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #349,641 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Tech Expert on February 27, 2008
This was my first bluetooth headset I tried, so I am not able to give you any comparisons. I am using this one with an HP iPAQ hw6945 PDA/Phone (Windows Mobile 5). Here is what I found:

PROS:
1. light weight
2. Cheap ( I got mine for $39 retail)
3. Good sound quality and performance
4. Uses standard mini-USB connector to charge - very easy to find and would charge even from your computer, such as laptop or desktop (mini USB cable is not included though)
5. My came with a car charger included.
6. Battery life is more then sufficient for me. I talked to my family last weekend for 4 continuous hours and felt like there was a whole lot left on the battery.

CONS:
1. Could be more comfortable to fit my ear - this one is probably specific to my ear and it may fit yours just fine. I do wish they would supply more then 2 different style ear-buds to fit multiple ears.
2. The answer button is not always easy to push and sometimes I had to press the headset hard into my ear just to get it to work. But I found another way to press it by squeezing the piece with 2 fingers, so this problem is solved for me.

I gave it 4 stars due to some minor issues I outlined earlier.
I do recommend this headset to anyone who hasn't used one in the past. To my opinion it's well worth the price I bought it for. Next time I will be looking for something much smaller :). Peace!

Hi Folks!
Here is an update to this review! After having this unit for about 2 months I had some MAJOR issues with it. First I lost one of the earbuds, since it was so loosely attached and comes off quite easy. Thankfully I had another one that came with the kit, but not too long after, that one came off too and disappeared.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Adam C. Morris on February 15, 2008
I have tried several bluetooth headsets and they all fit horribly. I ran across this one while shopping for speakers actually and the thing that caught me was the sleek and simple style. I quickly sought a store attendant and requested to take it out of the box and try it on. To my surprise, it fit securely and I was even able to jump up and down with minimal wiggle and didn't fear it falling off nor did it give me any discomfort. It does take a few seconds to get on your ear, though. Not enough to bother me, so I wouldn't take points away for that minor inconvenience.

As for performance, it exceeded my expectations greatly. I can walk just about 30 feet away from my phone before I start having severe trouble. This is awesome because my room gets poor reception and with this headset I can set the phone by the window and go to my desk or move here and there while still being able to talk on the phone. Sound quality was excellent and I was even told by my girlfriend, to whom I speak often on the phone, that she thought the headset improved her ability to hear me.

Price! I got this headset for $40 on a military base, but I'm not sure how much it usually runs elsewhere. (In general, prices are cheaper on base.) Amazon prices seem good, so I think if you're buying from here you'll be pleased with price too.

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By JAD on March 1, 2008
Motorola gets high points for all the factors that mobile users - especially those of us that travel - care about.

1. Quality of build. This is a well built device - its solid and will take a beating. The ear grip stays fixed and the buttons are all well made.

2. Sound Quality. For a headset without noise cancellation, the 371 works superbly. Great incoming (speaker) and outgoing (mic) audio.

3. Usability. Very easy to use. big button for starting and stopping calls and smaller, separate buttons for volume and power.

4. Battery life. Seems to carry me for at least two good hours of talk time every day. Charges quite fast.

5. Traveler friendly. The USB charger port - built right onto the device - means I can use my Blackberry charger to charge this device. One less charger to lug around and one standard charger to use for everything.

6. Price Point. The low price point means you get excellent value and don't get outrageously upset if you lose it ;-) [Bluetooth headsets are quite easy to misplace - especially when you're on the go]

7. Lightweight. Last but not least, the device feels very comfortable and light on the ear all day long if necessary. It sits well and you almost forget its there.

In summary - this is an excellent all around headset for those of us on the go.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By M. P. Daniels on April 13, 2008
This unit interferes with your wireless (802.11b/g) internet connection. If I use this headset while also using my laptop, it causes connection trouble, though the laptop will stay connected overall. If I use this headset while trying to use the Blackberry Curve 8320 with UMA connection through T-mobile, the call will fail EVERY time. I first purchased this unit at Costco and had this problem, so I took it back (thinking it was defective) and obtained another one. Both units have had the same performance and issues. I do continue to use this headset while in my car or when I switch the Blackberry off of UMA. I had a Motorola H700 headset earlier this year that I lost. This unit is better in two ways: it has a mini-usb connection for charging, and it inserts into your ear canal such that it is much easier to hear others. It is worse in two ways: other people have a hard time hearing me when I'm in the car if it's noisy (the other unit had noise-cancelling tech which I thought was just a marketing ploy until I used this one), and of course the wifi problem.
The H375 has excellent audio quality and bluetooth connection quality with my Blackberry - there is no crackling or other noise in the connection. It has excellent battery life and is lightweight and fairly easy to use. The buttons are hard to push, but are really only a minor annoyance. For the price, I would recommend this unit as long as you didn't plan on using it while on the Internet or with a Blackberry Curve with UMA.
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