Bose Bluetooth Headset Series 2 – Right Ear

Product Features

  • Exclusive Bose technologies let you hear calls better, even as noise levels change
  • Noise-rejecting microphone allows callers to hear more of your voice-in windy and noisy environments too
  • A2DP Bluetooth profile enables mobile media content, like music or podcasts, from your smartphone
  • Simple, convenient controls make it easy to answer calls,Side-specific design for the fit you prefer
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 4.5 hours of talk time and 100 hours of standby time per charge

2 responses to “Bose Bluetooth Headset Series 2 – Right Ear”

  1. Joshua Brooks says:

    UPDATE Bose Bluetooth Series 2 vs. Plantronics Voyager PRO HD vs. Motorola ELITE Silver vs. Motorola FLIP Bose Bluetooth Series 2 vs. Plantronics Voyager PRO HD vs. Motorola ELITE Silver vs. Motorola FLIPUpdate: I ended up keeping the Bose, however, after about 2-3 months of use (I switch the headset on and off a lot), the switch broke. Bose was awesome in handling the return, however, I wish they would have created a stronger switch. Not everyone wants to leave a bluetooth on all day.Cost:1. FLIP: $60-$752. Elite Silver: $80-$1003. Plantronics HD: $75-$1004. Bose: Hard to find for less than $130-$150 (check fleabay or your cell provider)Conclusion: Elite Silver has been dropping in price rapidly. Bose is hard to find discounted.Ease of use:1. FLIP: Open it up, it’s on, close the flap, it’s off. Great for saving battery power.2. Elite Silver: Turn the ear piece, it’s on, turn back, it’s off. A little tricky, as sometimes not sure which direction to turn it.3. Bose: Switch to turn on and off…

  2. Paris Tx Guy says:

    Wow. Finally a near perfect BT headset I really never knew Bose was making these BT headsets until I began a search for the best one a few days ago. I currently own a Jawbone Icon, Blueant Q2 and a couple of high dollar Plantronics headsets. All are very good at something and not so great at others. IMHO the Bose Series 2 has gotten it right.First off fit is everything to me. I have a set of Bose headphones, with the same designed ear piece, and I love the fit so I was hoping this would be the same which it was. Just make sure you use the correct size, start with the headset turned down and just rotate it towards your mouth. The soft rubber piece slips right under the middle fold of your ear, holds it very secure and you will not know it is there.Second is sound quality. I am talking about outgoing and incoming, clarity and volume. The volume of this ear piece is special. I know that sounds flaky but I have had enough of these headsets to know that most do not have adequate volume if your hearing is…

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