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Motorola H500 Bluetooth Headset (Nickel)

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  • Ergonomic earhook with improved back housing design to form fit to your ear; reversible for comfortable wearing
  • Multi-function button to control 3-way calling, call start and end, hold, mute
  • Blue LED light to notify when the headset is in use
  • Compatible with cell phones embedded with Bluetooth version 1.2 or higher; can also be used with Bluetooth-enabled PCs
  • Provides up to 8 hours of talk time and up to 130 hours of standby time
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 6 inches, 4 inches, 10 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0006HTZ80
  • Item model number: 98687
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (469 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,573 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Product Description

The Motorola Bluetooth Headset H500 extends your wireless reach easily and affordably. The Motorola Bluetooth Headset H500 is an unbeatable combination of superior performance and terrific value. The H500 wireless headset provides longer talk times, compact design, comfortable fit, all at an exceptionally reasonable price. Lengthy talk time The Bluetooth Headset H500 offers up to 8 hours of talk time or 200 hours of standby time from a single full charge, and comes with a travel charger. The H500 wireless headset available in a stylish nickel-finish is comfortable, compact, lightweight and easy to store when not in use. Easy to use The Motorola Bluetooth Wireless H500 Headset's multifunction button allows you to place, receive or end calls. Simply press the multifunction button, place the headset on your ear and a wireless link is automatically established. (The first time you use your headset, you must pair it with your cell phone.) An adjustable earhook allows the headset to be worn on either the left or the right ear. Volume and mute can be adjusted from the headset. Bluetooth wireless technology With Bluetooth wireless technology, your devices work together up to 10 meters (30 feet) away. Many users pair the Motorola H500 Wireless Headset with their Bluetooth-enabled PCs for hands-free Voice Over IP (VoIP) use. Motorola wireless accessories are compatible with any Bluetooth 1.2-enabled mobile phone or device.

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Combining an ergonomic design and versatile ear hook, the sleek, lightweight Motorola H500 Bluetooth headset is so easy to wear that you’ll forget you even have it on. Providing longer talk times, a compact design, and a comfortable fit at a nicely affordable price, the H500 is the perfect companion to your cellphone for easy, clear handsfree communication. The H500 offers up to 8 hours of talk time or 130 hours of standby time from a single full charge, and comes with a travel charger.



The H500's blue LED shows those around you that you're taking a call.
Combining an ergonomic design and versatile ear hook, this sleek headset can be worn on either ear and allows for comfortable wear over extended periods. With Bluetooth wireless technology, your devices work together up to 10 meters (30 feet) away. It's compatible with any mobile phone with Bluetooth 1.2 technology or higher. It can also be used with Bluetooth-enabled PCs for handsfree Voice Over IP (VoIP) use.

The H500's multifunction button allows you to place, receive or end calls. Simply press the multifunction button, place the headset on your ear and a wireless link is automatically established. (The first time you use your headset, you'll need to pair it with your cell phone.) Volume and mute can be adjusted from the headset. Conversations will occur without interruptions, as the vivid blue LED light provides a visual cue to others that you're taking a call. You also have the option of turning off the LED light.

Features and Specifications
  • Up to approximately 8 hours talk time or up to approximately 130 hours standby time
  • Multi-function button to control 3-way calling, call start and end, hold, mute
  • Advanced volume controls include orientation technology to assure that volume controls will always be upright
  • Reversible, removable earhook to allow the headset to be worn on either ear
  • 140 mAh battery
  • Charge time: Less than 1 hour
  • EMU connector
  • Dimensions: 2.28 x 1.06 (2.09 including earhook) x 0.87 inches
  • Weight: 0.55 ounces
  • Bluetooth version: 1.2 with support for headset (HSP) and hands-free profiles (HFP)

What's in the Box
H500 headset, AC travel charger, quick start guide, user manual


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The sound quality is very good and it is easy it use.
Russell Sigman
The product did not function the first time so I sent it back to Motorola with the charger and handbook but they did not return the charger.
C. Sehgal
If I was in a quiet room things seemed to be ok, but if there is any background noise at all, people couldn't hear me.
Jason Kuehn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

238 of 246 people found the following review helpful By M. Hunt on January 28, 2006
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Motorola may have evolved the perfect set of operation instructions coupled to simple feedback sounds and lights with the H500. Plus the 3 buttons are easy to operate because they are large enough and in convenient locations though they could benefit from being less smooth/easier to feel with some tactile bumps. I also had the latest Logitech "Mobile Traveller" headset to compare to which had confusingly complicated feedback sounds and light patterns and difficult buttons and fewer functions (no hold). I paired the headsets to a Motorola Razr V3 for testing.

-----The wind-cancelling technology and greater volume capability were the only advantages missing from the H500. Under noisy conditions such as in a car or crowd of people, the H500 could benefit from greater volume capability so that you can hear better.

-----I tested the headsets by calling a credit card voice response system for uniform responses. With the slightest bit of wind noise from a fan, the H500 mike cannot pick up your voice at all while the Logitech had no problem. It may be that the H500 mike is so extremely sensitive it gets overloaded by noise and wind and this limits pickup in those conditions.

-----I tested voice quality by recording on the phone's voice recorder and by calling my answering machine, then listening to the results. The H500 seems to provide the whole audio range where the Logitech seems focussed more toward the high end. This means that if you have a deep male voice it sounds more natural from the H500, but you will be more understandable and less muffled sounding from the Logitech which gives your voice a thinner and higher sounding quality.
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112 of 115 people found the following review helpful By bob on October 13, 2005
I have a Motorola e815, and was using a Motorola hs850 headset (see my review). That headset was compact and easy to use, but felt very wobbly, and the sound quality (especially receiving volume) left something to be desired. I got the h500, and I really love it!

First, it's volume is much better than my previous headset. When the environment is noisy, I can hear my call! The transmitter is about the same quality-not as good as a wired unit, but good enough to be heard on the other end. A big plus here is that when the phone rings, there is a tone in the headset when it's one also. The HS850 didn't have one, and if you miss the ringtone, you miss the call. This backup tone has alerted me several times before I was aware of the phone itself.

Second, the earpiece is better designed and more comfortable. It has a small notch that fits over the front curve of your ear, that aligns the mic on your ear. The earpiece, while thin, doesn't feel as flimsy as my previous Motorola, which always felt like it was ready to flop around at the slightest motion. While it's not rock solid, it feels much more secure.

Third, it has a mute feature, handy for those times when you need it.

Finally, the finish is great. The on/off button is surrounded by chrome, and the plastic body looks metallic. The finish exudes quality. Pairing this unit was ultra simple. I don't have talk/wait times yet, but I love this headset. It would be perfect if it had a battery indicator or caller ID feature. It's a keeper.
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By M. Hart on February 3, 2007
With my Motorola Razr cell phone that I purchased last year, I also purchased a Motorola H500 Bluetooth Headset for hands-free use. Initially, I was very pleased with the H500, but soon discovered a number of problems that eventually eroded my initial opinion about it.

First, a poor & uncomfortable fit. The inflexible hook that is supposed to keep the H500 secure to the ear was clearly not designed with people who wear eyeglasses in mind. Consequently, it is a constant battle to maintain a snug fit of the H500 against the ear, which involves trying to keep the eyeglass frame on the outside of the H500 ear hook while still both contained by the ear lobe. Otherwise, the H500 can dangle loosely allowing the forward-part of the H500 to bend away from the ear by half an inch or more. Also, I have discovered that after about 30 minutes to an hour of wearing it, the H500 becomes uncomfortable even if I'm not wearing my eyeglasses at the time.

Second, high noise susceptibility. I quickly discovered that when walking outside and there is a light breeze, the person to whom I am speaking gets to hear a loud hiss, making it difficult for him/her to hear what I'm saying. The problem worsens if you are facing the breeze. Cupping the ear can help a little, or walking in a direction that is perpendicular to the wind direction, which is not necessarily possible.

Third, frequent loss of connection with the Razr. When I use the H500, it is normally not more than 3 feet from the Razr as I keep the Razr in a pants pocket. Three feet is certainly well within the H500's Bluetooth signal range, but even so, it routinely looses its connection with the Razr. When this happens, I can still hear the person who is talking to me, but the person that I'm talking to cannot hear me at all.
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