Lubix Stereo Bluetooth Headset

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Lubix Stereo Bluetooth Headset [New] - $19.99

1 * Lubix NC1 Stereo Bluetooth Headset

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Any idea if this has a car power adapter available?

Here are some reviews of another Lubix set. The set here on woot is $85 on other sites.

Note to iPod Touch users, if you have a 2nd gen unit the new firmware (3.0) enables bluetooth headsets so something like this proudct will work.

Does anyone know if these contain a microphone?

Wish they had a picture of how stupid Ill look with these on…

Bluetooth A2DP will NOT work with Original iPhone (2G), even on OS 3.0.

see http://www.theiphoneblog.com/2009/03/17/bluetooth-iphone-30/

not an amazing deal or anything… exact same price new on ebay

I’m confused.

I have the new iPhone 3gs - this is wireless? I can listen to my music while I walk around the house or work or whatever?

What is the ac adapter for in the photo? What has to be plugged in? Is it chargeable?

The more toys you buy, the more crap you need to buy to go with them.

Just in case you didn’t get your blue tooth headset during the latest woot-off…with added bonus of being able to make politically incorrect jokes regarding it turning into a “pendant.”

Hey Woot - would it kill you to show a picture of someone actually wearing them?

they don’t look comfortable. pretty bulky looking. anyone have a better picture?

http://www.lubixmobile.com/content.php?mode=view&c_idx=c0005&c_type=06&str_block=l001

It seems they kind of seperate at the center not sure for what reason.

Product name: Lubix NC1 Stereo Bluetooth Headset
Wireless standard: Bluetooth 2.0 Class 2, Bluetooth 1.1
Supported profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP
Operating time: 6 hrs talk / 5 hrs music playback / 150 hrs standby
Max. output power: 10 mW + 10 mW
Frequency response: 20 – 20,000 Hz ± 3 dB
Sensitivity: 110 dB
Wireless range: 33 ft. (10 m) maximum
Power source: Lithium-polymer battery
Recharge with USB cable or wall adaptor (both included)
Size: 38mm x 42mm x 13mm
Weight: 22g (0.8 oz)
Colors: Available in white, black, and blue

manufacturer’s page

video review

does this work with the PS3

Here’s a link to a pick of someone wearing them

http://www.bztraveler.com/index.php?l=product_detail&p=122

It says that it includes a USB charging adapter, which means you can get a USB charger for the car. There’s several brands available that accept any USB cable, just check your local electronics store or amazon, etc.

Word of caution, I DO NOT think these work with the original Iphone 3g because i don’t think it has A2DP capabilities. that’s why, i think, the description sneakily says it works with the “NEW” iphone 3G…the one that just came out. if you have an iphone 3G more than a month old, you’re out of luck, here.

The whole idea of bluetooth headphones with wires defeats part of the purpose. I shall stick with my fixed neckband bluetooth setup.

How far away from the iPhone will it work?