Motorola H15 Bluetooth Headset (MOTOPURE H15)

MOTOPURE H15 Bluetooth Headset has excellent background noice reduction thanks to its dual-microphone system. Thake calls from the stadium, crowded restrant or windy streets. Enjoy pure sound quality on both ends of the converstaion with CrystalTalk.

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Motorola has released a new folding boom design headset, the MOTOPURE H15, that resurrects the old style of its popular HS850 headset from some years back but provides some new updates both externally and internally, including the company's improved CrystalTalk noise suppression technology. Join us as we test out Motorola's new MOTOPURE H15 Bluetooth headset.

The headset itself is quite compact in size, especially when compared to its older cousin, the HS850. The H15 is quite small but not overly tiny as some headsets found on the market today.

Included in the MOTOPURE H15 sales package is an AC wall charger, a handy desktop charger, a manual, the aforementioned ear hook, and several ear pieces of various shapes and sizes. The headset's battery offers up to 4.5 hours of talk time and a claimed 7 days of standby. Charging the headset was simple; locate the standard micro-USB port at the rear of the unit and stick it on the included desktop charger or AC power adapter. The quick charging H15 lets users juice up the battery with an hours worth of chat time after only 15 minutes of charging, which comes in handy for us mobile users.

The Motorola MOTOPURE H15, like other Motorola headsets, has very easy to use controls - including its power on/off boom flip. To power up the H15 just simply lower the boom and to power down, just fold back so it is tucked underneath the body of the H15. For pairing, Motorola offers its simple EasyPair technology, which made pairing up to both a RIM BlackBerry Curve and Samsung BlackJack II a breeze. Once paired, the H15 is ready for use. As a call comes in, you simply flip down the boom and, because of Motorola's RapidConnect, you are instantly connected to the call. If you happen to already be wearing the headset when a call comes in, the multi-function button can be used to answer and hang up as well.

The H15 supports all of the standard features one would expect to find, including answering and ending calls, muting and unmuting, redial, and voice dialing (if supported on the handset). If you hold down either volume button, it will reject an incoming call if the phone is in standby. In our experience everything worked well and we found no issues with the overall functionality of the H15.

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