Review: Motorola H15 Bluetooth Headset

If you’re in the market to pick up a new Bluetooth headset for your Android phone, I recommend the Motorola Pure H15 from the AndroidGuys Store.  I recently spent some time with the device and found it to be rather impressive. The CrystalTalk technology works exactly as I would have hoped, cleaning up background noise and making the person on the other end sound much clearer.  It’s a lot like how the second (or third) microphone works on many Android phones.

The ear hook is thin and flexible yet it’s surprisingly strong.  I was able to fit it around eyeglasses and flip it from ear to ear without any hassles.   I typically don’t mess with Bluetooth headsets but the Pure H15 is one that I would pick back up.  Most of the high end headsets look a tad too “chic” for me and often end up too small.  Like most Bluetooth headsets, the front features the call button with a volume rocker on the spine.  The indicator light is also found on the side , which might be confusing or off-putting for some.  Personally, I could care less.  Once the headset is on, I can’t see the indicator, regardless of location.

I enjoyed the fact that the Motorola was somewhat bulkier without feeling like a nuisance.   For those who cared about exact figures, the H15 measures 1.54 inches long by 0.94 inch wide by 0.47 inch thick.

You can pick up a Motorola Pure H15 from the AndroidGuys Store for $49.95 today!  We also offer models from BlueAnt, Jabra, and Jawbone.

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Scott Webster
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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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6 Comments

  1. Cjth2
    July 24, 14:50 Reply

    where have u been thats old get the h-17 its way better

  2. juicycouture
    July 30, 21:48 Reply

    He seemed too big! Design and I don’t like! The mainest is he too expensive! Hope I can recommend better!

  3. tianxia
    August 27, 07:50 Reply

    Use the same brand for different brands of bluetooth compatibility problem will cause distortion can connect issues
    MOTO company launched in September this year H15 H780 double for bluetooth headset with more than 20 brands by more than 300 kinds of mobile phones can be at ease completely compatible

  4. Prada Outlet
    September 28, 21:48 Reply

    This is good design, the color of black with silver seems so cool! I like it.

  5. Sunglasses Hut
    July 08, 09:14 Reply

    i hardly  use Bluetooth headset before. because i dont like it. but now i use nokia bluetooth. i think it  is good for me.

  6. Sunglasses Hut
    July 08, 09:15 Reply

    i hardly  use Bluetooth headset before. because i dont like it. but now i use nokia bluetooth. i think it  is good for me.

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