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Specification for Sony Ericsson HBH-60

Main Features
Bluetooth Headset

Features:
  • Bluetooth connection can be up to 10 meters long and does not need line of sight
  • Take or make a call using voice commands
  • Lightweight headset that connects to your phone without a cable
  • Cord-free and hands-free convenience
  • Compatible with all bluetooth enabled phones
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    Sony Ericsson HBH-60

    “I'm completely dissatisfied with the Sony Ericsson...”

    Written on: 30/10/2004 by takispournarakis (1 review written)

    I'm completely dissatisfied with the Sony Ericsson HBH-60, most times the headset was disconnected, the standby time and the talktime really low. After a year the battery is dead… Read Full Review

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    Sony Ericsson HBH-60

    “Battery life on the Sony Ericsson HBH-60 is not good...”

    Written on: 08/07/2004 by circuit68 (1 review written)

    Battery life on the Sony Ericsson HBH-60 is not good at all. Mine came defective, the power button on it had a short. I think the technology needs further development because I am not satisfied with mine at all. It hurts my ear too… Read Full Review

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    Sony Ericsson HBH-60

    “If you read my review on this site of the new Jabra...”

    Written on: 17/01/2004 by scarborian (32 reviews written)

    If you read my review on this site of the new Jabra "Freespeak" 250, you will know that I was less than impressed when I paired it up with my Sony T610. So in an effort to get a decent Bluetooth "set up" I decided to try the Sony HBH-60. After all this headset was made by those awfully nice Sony people to complement their Bluetooth equipped handsets! Weighing in at around 22 grams and costing around £90 the HBH-60 will fit either ear and un-like the Jabra, has a speaker that sits just outside… Read Full Review

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    Tofo's Response to scarborian's Review

    Written on: 23/01/2004

    Have used up a HBH-30 and two HBH-60's and now have a HBH-65.
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    <br>Some improvment to the way it keeps contact with the phone but sometimes they fail to contact and you need to "bond" again.
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    <br>It is difficult to see the indicator "LED" in daylight. The volume buttons are difficult to press being on each side of the device!
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    <br>You have no clue about the state of charge when the thing is in use. Forces you to charge every day to be sure. (Would be intelligent to display the batter status of the HBH-60 in the phone. (Alarm aswell please).
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    <br>Would be nice if the headset could optionally charge from the phone like the Sony Ericsson bluetooth car. The connection with the phone is sometimes lost and it has hard times connecting. The bluetooth menues on my P800 are realy poor - No clear view of the status and how well the devices communicate.
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    <br>When the volume of the HBH-65 is adjusted with the buttons the sound from the person at the other end of the line is completely interupted (disconnected) while the device beeps a long beep into your ear. Better adjust before you talk!
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    <br>You hear about people having degrees in ergonomics and man-machine communication. I mean it takes a lot of skill to build this thing and have it intercommunicate with a phone.
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    <br>What kind of organisation builds a technicaly supercomplicated device but forgets to ensure it serves the user?
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    <br>(Like the location of the microphone of the P800 - easy to block while speaking, or the headset connector that blocks the thumbwheel, or the flip mechanism for the lid/keypad that stops flipping, etc, etc)

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    Rigid's Response to scarborian's Review

    Written on: 18/11/2004

    You can actually find out the current battery level by pressing both volume buttons together whilst in stand by mode. The LED flahes 3 times for full, 2 for half battery and 1 flash for low.

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