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Mpow® FreeGo Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Headset Headphone with Noise reduction and Echo cancellation for iPhone 5S 5C 5 4S, Galaxy Note 3 2 S4 S3 and other Cellphones

3.7 out of 5 stars 1,357 customer reviews
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  • Brand Name: Mpow
  • Model Number: Mpo-9091
  • Item Weight: 0.35 pounds

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6.6 x 4 x 1.4 inches
Item Weight 5.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces
ASIN B00ELCP55I
Item model number Mpo-9091
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3.7 out of 5 stars 1,357 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,279 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Cell Phone Accessories > Bluetooth Headsets
#3,070 in Electronics > Headphones
#12,077 in Electronics > Home Audio & Theater
Date first available at Amazon.com August 16, 2013

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By T. Nguyen on April 8, 2014
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My Plantronics Voyager HD occurred the same fate as that of many owners who reported the same problem which is that the rubber "neck" portion broke. As a result, the lower portion of the headset just flops around as it's being held by a thin wire. When I saw this model on sale for a third of the price of the Voyager HD, I decided to give it a try. The reviews were good on it which gave me confidence in making the purchase.
I ordered it on a Friday and was very pleasantly surprised to see it arrive two days later on Sunday!
Upon opening the box, inside were the headset with the silicon ear gel already attached. An additional ear gel piece is included as well as a micro-usb charging cable and car charger.
Pairing the headset was as easy as it can get. Just hold down the power button for a few seconds and then go to the cell phone bluetooth settings and scan for the MPOW. Once found, it paired up easily with my iPhone.
Fitting the MPOW to my ear is similar to how I did it using the Voyager. I can do it with just one had. The fit is snug and comfortable. The silicon ear gel is round, smooth, and soft which does not irritate my ear at all. Compared to the Voyager, the MPOW is more discreet looking mostly because the MPOW does not have the protruding boom mic that the Voyager has.
Performance on the MPOW is good overall. The volume level is actually louder than the Voyager. The clarity of the ear piece is good. However, the microphone performance is not as good as the Voyager. I did a test with a couple of people using the Voyager and the MPOW. My test subjects both agreed that the Voyager did sound clearer probably because it has the boom mic.
However, my test subjects were still able to hear me okay on the MPOW.
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I would compare this to the Motorola Elite Sliver or the Zen Stone. In several areas is outscores either (and I have the Motorola unit, the original Zen Stone and the Zen Stone II). I like the Mpow unit better because 1) It has a "pause" button. I listen to books more than use the phone feature. I often want to pause the play when someone wants to talk to me. Without a "pause" button, you have to access the iPhone (or whatever; I use an iPhone), orient it, wake it up, unlock it, and find and press the pause button. (A little easier with the current generation Nano). The Mpow allows you to just touch the pause button to stop, and then press again to restart. 2) Battery life is listed at 10 hours of play time and seems correct. the Zen Stones are a joke (~2 hours), the Motorola on the order of 4 hours. 3) You can charge it with a standard USB micro B power supply, of which I have probably more than twenty from other devices. The Motorola and Zen units need their proprietary dock units to charge at all. Lose, misplace, or leave it at home, and you can't charge them. 4) Actual switches for volume up and down. Try that with the Zen or Motorola units. Anyway, I like the form factor of all the units, but the set of features on the Mpow, in my opinion, makes it a much more useful device for me.
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I admit it, I was shopping for price. I wanted A2DP for streaming audio and audio books. I got clear audio, more than enough volume, great battery life. The 4.0 technology is a PLUS: tap to pause an audio book; tap again to restart.
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UPDATE: I now have 3 Mpow bluetooth headsets. 2 of the "FreeGo" behind-the-ear headsets, and now I just received the "Foldable" stereo headset. The stereo headset for the price is amazing. Very nice design, great battery, controls, and good to great sound. I have a number of stereo bluetooths (Motorola SF600, Plantronics Backbeat 903+, Jabra BT3030) and soundwise this Mpow Foldable is better than all three of the others I have. And in keeping with Mpow's model, it's also 1/3-1/2 the price! The rest of the review below is for the FreeGo earpiece model. Amazon apparently lists both under the same product when it comes to reviews.

First and foremost; I LOVE THIS HEADSET!!!

Okay, now that that's out of the way I'll explain:
I'm almost a collector of sorts when it comes to bluetooth headsets. I currently own over 40 headsets... really! While no headset is perfect, and personal preference dictates that no one headset reigns supreme, the Mpow FreeGo headset is about as good as it gets. I love this headset!

The Mpow FreeGo is BETTER than both the Jabra Stone (I & II) and the Motorola Sliver Elite. Both of those headsets will cost you between $99 and $129 depending on a few factors. I currently own 4 Jabras and 4 Motorolas - so finding a $29 headset with the same super low-key form factor (behind the ear w/no face boom) made me instantly interested in the Mpow device.

So, is the much cheaper Mpow as good as the super expensive Jabra and Motorola? The answer is simply yes and yes! The FreeGo overall is better - and in some ways far better - than both the Jabra and Motorola. After using the FreeGo for about 3 days I was so pleased, I immediately bought another. I now have two Mpow FreeGo headsets and I'm using them as my daily go-to devices.
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