Kyocera Bluetooth Stereo Headset


#1

#2

Eh… i can’t figure out the last bluetooth headset i bought from woot lol. I’ll pass


#3

why does it say new, oem?


#4

nice, might have grabbed one up if I didn’t just buy the “Philips Bluetooth MP3/Cell Phone Headset” last week


#5

Anyone familar with the brand? How easy is it to pair up?


#6

Nice but I don’t think my phone is compatible…Woot woot


#7

i just recieved my phillips headset from last weeks woot. These things are awesome, can’t comment on this particular set or brand though.


#8

i’d get it if it came with the 3.5mm adapter :x


#9

Another great price: Froogle


#10

Don’t have an iPhone nor a cell phone that plays MP3s. I am in the market for a new headset but this one is a bit above my head. Wish there was a regular phone headset out there for us Wooters.


#11

Obligatory Froogling, as well as a Wikipedia article for Kyocera.


#12

I got these a few woot offs ago and can’t get them to work. I have a fairly new samsung phone and it does not find these when browsing blue tooth devices. This is not to say I am not doing something wrong (which I doubt) but fair warning for those who buy this product.


#13

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000PJ5C5E/

Reviews on amazon say its good…so tempting.


#14

Just wait until the next woot off, there will be like 20 different kinds to choose from.


#15

First post. Does this headset work with notebook computer that has bluetooth?


#16

tarbell: which phone do you have? not a a707 i hope.


#17

Last time this was sold, some people reported receiving it in a plastic bag instead of the typical hard plastic (scissors required) packaging. That’s probably what they’re selling here.

Very easy - just power on holding the |> Play button until the lights flash blue/red. Follow your other devices pairing instructions, and it should pair within seconds. It supports several modes for pairing, so something should connect.

I’ve gotten one to work with a bluetooth dongle. Keep in mind that some (mostly older) bluetooth equipment and drivers don’t support stereo headsets, and you might be limited to the headset profile.

PS- If you bought the Philips bluetooth headphones the other day, these can pair with the 3.5 stereo transmitter that comes with them.


#18

Keep in mind that these require the device you pair to be Bluetooth equipped. They don’t come with a bluetooth to 3.5mm jack adapter dongle.


#19

I got a pair of these, when they came with the nicer case. I LOVE them. They pair up with my Moto RIZR and my HP laptop as soon as I turn them on. They have a good range (I can walk into the kitchen or back bedroom and they stay connected to the laptop in the living room).

As a phone headset, they totally rock. I can hear very clearly, and the other person can hear me with no trouble at all. Good, long battery life.

I just picked up 3 more.


#20

I have trouble with getting this to pair with my new phone… my Samsung recognizes it, but I don’t hear a thing out of the headphones when making a call. Haven’t tried much after that though…