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  • So with this in mind I decided to purchase a Bluetooth kit and settled on the Nokia BH-600 which cost me £38
  • I like the compactness of it, as it is a pretty small model compared to a few others which I have seen
  • It is prone to the odd moment of blurriness during which time the person on the other end of the line sounds like a robot, but this does not happen enough for me to consider it a real nuisance
  • I have awarded the Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-600 a solid score of 7 out of 10, and would recommend it to infrequent hands-free users who still want something trendy looking without breaking the bank

    • by LSK
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      I had never been a big user of my previous hands-free kit, but still used it enough to decide that my current hands-free kit (the conventional earphone style kit which connects directly into the mobile) was looking a little bit outdated and a little embarrassing despite actually being pretty good! So with this in mind I decided to purchase a Bluetooth kit and settled on the Nokia BH-600 which cost me £38.

      The first thing that I had to do was charge the headset thoroughly and then synchronise it with my mobile phone. This was actually much easier than I expected it would be: once the headset was on and I had “activated” it, I then


      switched on the Bluetooth feature on my mobile phone and it found the headset. I simply selected it, entered the code which came in my manual and it was hooked up!

      I am very pleased with this Bluetooth kit. I like the compactness of it, as it is a pretty small model compared to a few others which I have seen. It fits comfortably around my ear, with a fold-away loop which wraps around the back of my earlobe. I was surprised that I am able to run normally with the kit around my ear, which is very useful as I normally only use hands-free whilst talking to friends and family on the ...


      • move (especially the long conversations to my mum whilst doing my weekly Saturday morning shopping trip!) with my previous hands-free kit the wire tugs against my clothes which yanks it out of my ear.

        As for the sound I find it pretty clear on most occasions. It is prone to the odd moment of blurriness during which time the person on the other end of the line sounds like a robot, but this does not happen enough for me to consider it a real nuisance.

        With regards to the negatives the only significant one which springs to mind is the sound volume; whilst the headset provides a clear sound it is not particularly loud which

        makes it difficult to use it in busy areas with lots of background noise.

        Overall I am fairly pleased with the hands-free kit and think it is a pretty good buy. It is not the most expensive kit on the market but I still do not use it often enough to justify spending £50 or thereabouts on an all-singing all-dancing Bluetooth headset. One thing I should also mention is that the battery life is fairly good with a reasonable amount of talk time.

        I have awarded the Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-600 a solid score of 7 out of 10, and would recommend it to infrequent hands-free users who still want something trendy looking without breaking the bank.




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