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Motorola RAZRWIRE headset

Tue Feb 28, 2006 - 12:30 PM EST - By James Hromadka

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Product Info
> Name Motorola RAZRWIRE headset
> Company Motorola
> Weight 1.2oz. (35g)
> Talk time 6 hrs
> Standby time 100 hrs
> Test Unit Unlocked Treo 650 on T-Mobile
> Bluetooth 1.2
> Fact Sheet & User Opinions
> Available
> $249.95


The closest Oakley equivalent I could find to the RAZRWIRE is the Half Wire XL, and the RAZRWIRE's retail price is $75 more, which is a bargain considering how good the headset is. For a little more, you get good sunglasses and a great headset. Since these are sunglasses, obviously you won't be using the RAZRWIRE at night or while moving around the house or office. It is not intended as a primary Bluetooth headset but makes an excellent headset for daytime drivers and active users. And Oakleys are definitely a fashion statement.

The only negative is that the lenses are not polarized, but that does not detract from how well this device, a marriage of high quality optics, high style, and high tech works. I highly recommend this product and will be using it all the time—when it's not raining.



Design 5
Usability 5
Sound Quality 5
Cost/Benefit 4
(not an average)
  • Well-designed headset
  • Great usability
  • Very comfortable earpiece
  • Great sound quality
  • Makes a fashion statement
  • Cons
  • Lenses are not polarized
  • Oakley sunglasses come at a price

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