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SouthWing Neovoice USB

“I have owned the SouthWing Neovoice USB bluetooth...”

Written on: 28/01/2006 by Farenheit (2 reviews written)

I have owned the SouthWing Neovoice USB bluetooth headset for one day only. The purpose of its use was for diversion of landline work calls to my mobile, so I only needed one phone to last for 7/8 hours of use. After 3 to 4 hours use I found it uncomfortable, and I experienced sore spots around my ear. By the end of the day it was unbearable.

I cannot hear as well on the right side, and naturally writing right handed all your life, you will automatically use phones on your left ear.

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SouthWing Neovoice USB

“The SouthWing NeoVoice USB is an amazingly comfortable...”

Written on: 11/04/2005 by bobtyler (1 review written)

The SouthWing NeoVoice USB is an amazingly comfortable headset to wear, I have tried a few headsets in my time and this one seems to be the best so far. It's competitive on price and so comfortable to wear you actually don't know you are wearing it. It comes with a charger for the mains and it can also be charged from the USB port on your computer or laptop, so you can never run out of power. It's so easy to pair the headset with your handset or even your computer, it seems to work with… Read Full Review

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SouthWing Neovoice USB

“The SouthWing Neovoice USB is the one!! Having...”

Written on: 19/08/2004 by oloonat (5 reviews written)

The SouthWing Neovoice USB is the one!! Having researched BT headsets for a while I wasn't happy with any single one. Each seemed to have a bad point to put me off.

What I was looking for:
- Comfort, should be able to wear it for ages
- Long battery life - over 4 hours at least
- Car charging option - just in case
- Price, around £50 or less
- Design - nothing too big or sci-fi and no flimsy ear hooks

Over a few days I read many reviews and did my own tests in the high street. Many of the BT… Read Full Review

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Kenmavor's Response to oloonat's Review

Written on: 26/09/2004

Agree entirely about the flimsy round the ear loop. Just broke mine on my Bluetrek G2 and am looking for a headset with a stronger connection to my ear - either the Jabra BT250 or the Neovoice.

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SouthWing Neovoice USB

“This Southwing Neovoice USB handsfree bluetooth...”

Written on: 11/02/2004 by Tockalosh05 (2 reviews written)

This Southwing Neovoice USB handsfree bluetooth headset is very clear and set up was a doddle. The voice dial works well. It nestles smartly and unobtrusively in your ear.
One draw back is the charger could be inserted upside down resulting in an overheated and dead unit. Having spoken to Southwing they say that yhey know the problem and are rectifying it with subsequent batches.

So just beware that you plug the charger in correctly and if in doubt refer to the company's web site… Read Full Review

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Ripcat's Response to Tockalosh05's Review

Written on: 11/03/2004

very helpful particularly charger warning , still having problems with a siemens sl55 pairs ok and can talk to others but cant hear them at all ? wonder if its the phone.. will try with SE P900 when it arrives.

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162422_Athos31's Response to Tockalosh05's Review

Written on: 16/07/2004

Hi
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<br>There is a user tip for the Siemens S55 on the support section of the SouthWing website. Quite useful! www.south-wing.com
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<br>As for the USB cable I found one at www.expansys.com, it comes with a car cahrger adaptor.
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<br>The headset is by far the most comfortable on the market.

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Ericv's Response to Tockalosh05's Review

Written on: 19/06/2004

I was mislead by SOUTHWING.If yes my Pontiac car is also USB.I only have to buy the 12V-USB adaptor and he is as USB as my Neovoice USB . The Neovoice USB can not be connected to USB .This is not mentioned in your test and not on the description on the box. I had to buy the option "USB Cable" for about 9 €.

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Tockalosh05's Response to Tockalosh05's Review

Written on: 22/03/2004

I think T-Mobile do them but you will get them on e-bay. Ensure it is new though and not fried see my comments re. charger. Around £30 - £40 on e-bay.

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Graham70's Response to Tockalosh05's Review

Written on: 19/03/2004

where can i purchase a neovoice usb please

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