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Works with Treo 650

Bluetooth 1.2

Talk time 6 hrs

Standby time 130 hrs

Weight 0.4 oz. / 14 g.

Tested With Unlocked Treo 650 and Sony Ericsson K750i on T-Mobile

Availability Available

(Dulce Gabbana version)

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Motorola H700 Headset by Motorola

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Designed for enhanced comfort while delivering a 30% reduction in size and weight from its predecessor, the super compact Motorola H700 delivers unbeatable comfort with an ergonomic ear hook you can wear on either ear. With unsurpassed call quality and Motorola's exclusive PowerFlip� design that lets you answer and end calls with ease, this headset optimizes on-the-go conversations with style and simplicity.

Ready to Move

The Motorola H700 is the premium choice for those who are serious about wireless connectivity, offering up to six hours of talk time**, 130 of standby time** and charge time of less than one hour. Designed with your calls in mind, the headset features Bluetooth 1.2 wireless technology for better call quality, faster connections and less interference.

Smooth Sailing

Feature rich doesn't mean complicated. A blue light lets others know when you're on a call. The light changes colors to let you know when the headset is in pairing mode, charging or running low on battery power. The ability to connect with compatible devices up to 10 meters (30 feet) away helps you chat, sync and send, even when your mobile isn't in sight. Fashionable and functional, the Motorola H700 is the essential partner for serious mobile consumers.


  • Compact, small and lightweight design is approximately 30% smaller than its predecessor
  • Award winding PowerFlip foldable microphone design with ergonomic reversible ear hook
  • Cutting-edge noise reduction and echo cancellation technologies
  • 6 hours talk time or 130 hours standby time
  • Multi-function button controls 3-way calling, call start and end, hold and mute
  • Advanced Volume controls: orientation technology assures volume controls will always be upright and volume adjustment from the headset

  • Bluetooth Class 2 for wireless connection up to 10 meters (30 feet)
  • Bluetooth 1.2 support for quicker pairing, fewer dropped calls and reduced interference
  • Compatible with Bluetooth 1.2- or 1.1-enabled mobile phones, PDAs, PCs, printers and more that support headset and hands-free profiles
  • Status LED light that can be turned off or on depending on user preference

    See TreoCentral's extensive review for more infomation...

    User Opinions
    Thumbs Up  44% Thumbs Down 56%

    Would you recommend Motorola H700 Headset ?

    Yes   No  

    Thumbs Down

    Not dependable
    I've had two H700s that have just stopped working after a couple of months each. They also lost connection with the phone. Too bad, because the call quality is good when they're working.
    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Up

    Treo 700wx Headset
    Works EXCELLENT with the Palm Treo 700wx. I tried (10) different Bluetooth headset until I tried the H700. It isn't perfect but it is the best match for the Palm Treo 700wx.
    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Down

    Terrible Performance
    I bought the H700 to use with my Treo 750, without checking for compatibility. As someone previously said, it drops calls and looses connection with the Treo. I had to stop using it in my car because I couldn't count on customers getting through to me when they called. What a disappointment. Treo needs to get with the program though and offer more compatibility with BT devices, there are only a couple listed on the Palm site, and of course they want you to buy the Palm versions which aren't very well rated.
    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Up

    So far no complaints!
    I've only had it about a week .. works fine w/Treo650. It's not the D&G model .. but my wife's convinced she wants it for her LG. So we're getting her one.
    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Up

    H700 Works For Me...
    I started with a HS850, went to a Blue Ant and recently bought a H700... H700 volume is considerable louder and clearer than the HS850... H700 Mic. is considerably clearer than the HS850 and a whole lot better than the Blue Ant... Absolutely no complaints about transmitted background noise with the H700, had complaints with the two others (especially the Blue Ant)... H700 range (more than adequate) is about the same as the HS850 and considerably better than the Blue Ant... Both the H700 and the HS850 are advertised to answer when you open the boom, with my phone this function doesn't work and I have to push the multifunction button... Overall, I'm very happy with my H700...
    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Down

    Works when it wants to.
    I thought I was getting a great headset, especially with the price. Now I find myself not using it because, well, I can't. I'll have it set up on my Treo 700p, with the little icon showing that the headset is functional, and yeah, it'll work for a while, and then poof! I'll make a call, or receive one, and the headset will beep, but I don't hear any voices from it, and the Treo doesn't show it as being connected. I'm tired of it. I find myself using the stereo wired headset to listen to music as well as to talk hands-free. Not worth it.
    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Up

    beware of fake motorola
    I bought one on ebay, but it was a knock off. Go to Motorola.com/original. Needless to say the fake motorola sounds awful. So it is hard for any user to judge without knowing if they got a fake one (which are being sold even in local cell phone stores) or a real one.
    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Down

    Turns on in Case
    I bought the case for this unit and even with the microphone closed and thus the H700 turned off, any pressure on the case will cause it to "call" the phone and place a call.
    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Down

    Bad range / bad sound quality
    Unfortunately I took the words of the treocentral.com review to heart and purchased one of these. With a Treo 650 (unlocked GSM) the range is terrible and so is the sound quality. People ask if you're "sick" when you're talking on it. The form factor and design are nice, it just doesn't work as described. The standard of quality (not necessarily design) and use in a BT headset is the Sony Ericsson HBH-300. Don't bother with this Motorola. Hopefully future reviews of headsets will undergo a little more testing before passing future judgements.
    by Anonymous


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