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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on September 29, 2010
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
Just received it yesterday and connected our 2 cell phones right away. My wife talks to out of town family a lot and she loved using it versus that tiny little cell phone. It's so much more comfortable and sounds much better. I have a big Droid smart phone so even then it is more comfortable talking on the handset. One problem is my friend called while my wife was talking to her father and the handset switched to my phone. Don't know if we could switch calls easily (or at all), but I hung up on my friend and my wife's father was still connected.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on July 13, 2010
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
Stop holding the dumb block for glass, plastic and metal next to your head! I must see the dial pad, and other info that my iPhone lets me access during a call. This is the best most elegant solution. Works as advertised. Better than any other add-on handset or Bluetooth accessory I've tried.

It's beautiful, and I only wish I could have another by my easy chair at home and another in my home office and by my bed. But one in the office is ok, and handsfree in the car, and other cheaper BT options on the road. All purchased by a satisfied Amazon customer.

The rumored iPhone 4 problem with touching the wrong spot, will never be tested if you don't hold the phone up to your head. Get the best voice experience with this handset. Really, I recommend it, I love it. Do it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on July 9, 2012
Color Name: Black
When I first got this device I loved it. I set it up in my office and can't overestimate how much nicer it made the business calls I take from my cell. Very comfortable and ergonomic to use, very sleek to look at when on its base.

About a week and a half in I noticed that every few days it would fail. I'd pick it up when the phone was ringing, my phone would show the bluetooth was connected, the lights on the base and handset would be on, but no one was home- no sound / no audio for those on the other side either. That grew from once a day to where I am now- the handset does not work at all. I power it off and power it back on. Making test calls I am able to get it to work maybe 1 out of 10 tries, but as soon as a real call comes in its back to dead air.

I LOVED this product when I got it and I'd like nothing more than for it to work again, but alas, it's dead. I'd buy another one, that's how much I like it when it worked, but I am seeing from other reviews that I'm far from alone dealing with this problem.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon December 24, 2010
Color Name: BlackVine Customer Review of Free Product( What's this? )
The theory - A+: It seems contradictory to trade in the cellphone for a regular phone, but that's the latest trend. It turns out that there might be something to all those fears of brain tumors and deafness while using the cellphone that close to our heads.

Thus, products are springing up that bring back the handsets of old but use the Bluetooth technology to integrate with the cellphones. And if they look and function as well as Native Union MM03 Moshi Moshi Curve Handset and Weighted Base for iPhone, Blackberry and all mobile Bluetooth devices (High-Gloss Black) -- it's a very good thing.

Appearance - A+: Moshi Moshi Curve Handset is stylish, sleek, and ergonomic. It looks perfect in any modern-designed home. The black is really shiny and thus looks great against any glass or wooden surface.

Set-up - A+: It is easy to set up - follow the instructions in the manual and it will take you less than 5 minutes. Please note that any cellphone that has Bluetooth can be set up to use this handset. I have the Palm Treo III - a dinosaur by any cellphone technology standards - and I was able to set it up with this handset in under 5 minutes.

Usability - A-: The process could be a bit more seamless if no additional buttons needed to be pressed between the switch between the cellphone and the handheld device. What I mean by that is that to dial out, press the phone number on your cellphone and wait for the other person to pick up and then switch to the Moshi Moshi. When you receive calls on the device, you have to inconveniently grab the handset and press the button in the middle. It's similar to how one used to pick up a phone handset but different from a rotary/regular phone which doesn't require the pressing of the "on" button.

Reception - A++: Being one of the people who has gotten rid of the landline over five years ago, I have forgotten what phone calls should sound like. I'm so used to the cellphone reception static that I didn't even realize how bad it was until I used the Moshi Moshi Curve Handset. The sound is so much clearer both for me hearing others (even if the person I am speaking with is on a cellphone) and for the person on the receiving end of the line. The downside, of course, is that you are still required to use the cellphone when you are not at home.

Range - A: The Moshi Moshi handheld only gets reception in a 10-meter radius. This means that you have to carry your cellphone with you if you have a large house and/or are going outside into the yard, onto the deck, etc. and the Moshi Moshi is deep inside the house. Generally, the 10-meter radius was enough to go onto another floor without having to carry the cellphone with me.

Overall - A: This might not be the necessity of the year, but it's a fun, useful device that will come in handy (pun intended).
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on August 5, 2012
Color Name: WhiteVerified Purchase
I've had this for a few months now - and as soon as the battery runs dead - it won't recharge and then it just starts giving you low battery noise every 5 minutes. This product absolutely needs to have a replacement battery which is doesn't have. I am throwing mine out and bought a corded regular moshi moshi to replace this one ... Do Not Under Any Circumstance Buy This Phone It's A Waste Of Money !
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Color Name: BlackVine Customer Review of Free Product( What's this? )
I have to admit that my first thought on seeing the Moshu Moshi was that it was another silly accessory for cell phones, like those old-style telephone handsets that plug into your cell phone. But it turns out that it's useful, too. Once it's properly configured, all you need to do is pick up the handset when your cell phone rings, and you're connected. And unlike the typical cell phone, you can hold this handset on your shoulder while you reach for a pen or type at your keyboard.

Even more useful (for me) is the ability to connect it to your computer as a VOIP handset for use with Skype. Normally I use a microphone that sits on my desk for VOIP calls, but with the Moshi Moshi I can wander around the room or sit in a comfy chair away from the computer. Much nicer. The ability to configure it for two different devices is a big plus. (I have yet to see how it handles a cell call coming it while I'm on Skype. but I 'm guessing there's a way to switch back and forth.) Sound quality is good, and the microphone does apear to do a decent job of keeping out extraneous sounds.

Downsides? Just one so far. As another reviewer remarked, the symmetrical design makes it impossible to tell which end is which without flipping it over and looking at the underside of the handset. But that's about the only problem I've seen. All in all a nice design and a convenient gadget for the tech-savvy user.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 3, 2010
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
It works very well as a bluetooth device. I wish that there was a slight difference in the shape between the ear and mouthpiece end for easy pickup correctly when the phone rings. It's very easy to put it down wrong...or someone else does...and then you end up with the mouthpiece at the ear unless you take a look at the contacts on the back side. This is minor but could be improved somehow.

The really important one is that it is advertised as connecting automatically when you pick up the phone. The reality is that it does not. You have to push to button to connect. Not something one would ever have done with older style phones...which really it is.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Color Name: BlackVine Customer Review of Free Product( What's this? )
Like many people, I long ago got rid of my land-line phone. After all, I already pay for unlimited calls on my cellphone, why pay twice? But if you are like me, you've probably noticed that there is a trade off. Cellphones just are not comfortable to talk on for long periods of time. I love my Android, and my friend loves her iPhone, but both of us agree that a classic-type handset is much more comfortable to talk on while sitting at my desk. (And no, I do NOT want to look like a member of the Borg 24/7 with an earpiece on.)

I was very happy to find the Moshi Moshi Curve (MM03) handset. I had a similar product that I was very happy with, but it required a wire from the handset to my phone. The MM03 is wireless! Gotta love Bluetooth! As an added plus, when I'm not around my husband can use the MM03 because it can be connected to 2 Bluetooth devices!

Speaking of cords (ie range) I was able to go about 20 feet away from my cellphone with no problems. I have a lot of walls and electronics in my house, so you might be able to get more if you have a clear line of sight from the handset to your phone.

One of the main points for using this device was the "Radiation Reduction". I'm not a big believer that cellphone radiation is a problem, but why take chances? I wouldn't say to buy this gadget for just the Radiation Reduction feature, but hey, if you're going to buy it anyway, it's a nice bonus.

Overall I'd say this is a great product. I'm not going to go carrying it around when I'm out of the office, but it is definitely nice change from holding blocky smartphone against my face.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on July 23, 2012
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
Since I had not been using this for a while, the unit was unused. Now that I want to try to hook it up to an Android tablet for Skype use, the battery is dead. I really don't like to have devices where I have to keep on top of the battery, but in cases where the battery doesn't work anymore, I can accept the fact that I have to buy a replacement battery... However, there doesn't appear to be any way to do this. I'm now left with an expensive paperweight. I'll update this review in case I find there is a way to salvage this device...

Update: After 2 days, no response from Native Union.

Update: After looking at their boards (accessible from Customer Service at the bottom of their home page), number of complaints are growing from customers who paid for a product but have not received anything yet.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on February 8, 2013
Color Name: Black
If this was a cheap piece of junk, there would be no problem. However, this cost nearly $100 and simply stopped working. It will not recharge and there is absolutely NO support for the product. Ironically, I have another bluetooth handset known as the "Off the Hook" handset from Brookstone that is no longer in stock. Otherwise I would simply buy another. It cost MUCH less and NEVER fails. I was taken by the design of the Native Union Curve and it goes to show that looks aren't everything. Native Union does not stand behind their obviously flawed products. As a result, I will never purchase another Native Union product. DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM NATIVE UNION.
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