Motorola HK250 Universal Bluetooth Headset - Retail Packaging - Black
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- Stay connected to your phone up to 300 feet away. Allows you to roam freely without your phone throughout your office, home or yard
- A2DP technology makes it possible to stream music, navigation and games through your headset
- Motorola's integrated multipoint technology lets you connect two devices at once-switch between your business and personal phones without reconnecting. Voice prompts tell you when you're connected, your remaining talk time, and if mute is on.
- Included in the Motorola retail packaging: Bluetooth headset, 1 ear gel, 1 ear hook, wall charger, user guide.
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Noise reduction technology allows for noise, wind and echo cancellation, so your voice is clear
From the Manufacturer
Motorola HK250 headset delivers hands-free phone calls and plays music stored on your smartphone with stunning audio performance. With noise cancellation capabilities, callers will hear only you, and with a roaming range of up to 300 feet, your phone can stay in one room while you roam freely throughout the house or yard.
Voice prompts help you make the most of up to 7.5 hours of talk time on a single charge. The device will tell you when you’re connected, remaining talk time, and if mute is on. Motorola's TrueComfort design helps redistributes weight to make long conversations light and comfortable for your ear.
HK250 is equipped with A2DP technology. Listen to streaming music, navigation and games through your headset. Motorola's integrated Multipoint technology lets you connect two devices at once, so you can seamlessly switch between your business and personal phones.
- Extended roaming range up to 300 feet
- Talk time up to 7.5 hours
- Standby time up to 10 days
- Noise reduction technology for wind and echo cancellation
- Stream music with A2DP technology
- Weight: .3 ounces
- Dimensions: 1.78 x .75 x .46 inches
- Bluetooth Version 3.0 + EDR
Top customer reviews
The HK250 outperforms a Samsung bluetooth headset that I own. The Samsung has shorter range, disconnects more frequently, and in most cases does not reconnect.
It connected easily to my phone and my tablet, though if I'm around both at the same time it always seems to connect to the one I don't want to use, so I have to turn off bluetooth on that one so it'll connect to the other one.
I do feel a little weird wearing a bluetooth earpiece. I feel like people look at me funny when I'm wearing it. But, whatever, it does the job.
I first tried the more expensive model from Motorola that had the voice commands and all that, but it just didn't work very well. So I returned that one and ordered this cheaper model.
However, the sound quality is so bad for music that I would rather not have music on than endure what it produces. Furthermore, its ability to work with your phone's caller ID is limited to reciting back the phone number that is calling. In this day and age, few of us know even our most frequent callers' numbers by heart! When I do eventually upgrade, I'll be looking for a version that can work with my phone to repeat the name of the caller.
I've been quite surprised to find out the HK250 far exceeds my expectations! It doesn't just work, but the sound quality is fantastic on my end and on the other end. I am also able to dial and set my phone down in my home, and walk around from room to room just fine without receiving static or interference. The only thing the Jawbone did better was filter out wind noise from my voice, while the Motorola HK250 doesn't seem to do that (occasionally get wind noise complaints from the other end on a windy day or when I have my car window open).
And yes, the product feels like cheap plastic, but how can I complain when it works so well?
I really only turn the headset on when I'm in my car or when I'm going to make a long phone call at home. Otherwise I leave it off. That said, I'm going on day 9 on the current charge, and I just turned the little guy on to hear it tell my I've still got a good charge left. This is surprising as my Jawbone, even in its early life, would need to be charged every couple of days.
Bottom line is that the HK250 is a quality little product at a great price.