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Jabra BT2040 Bluetooth Headset - £7.49 delivered @ Play.com !

Good price for a quality Bluetooth Headset ..

Features : With its built-in sleep mode function, the BT2040 is an ideal headset for the car - enabling you to comply with Drive & Talk legislation | Up to 660 minutes of continuous talk and six months stand-by on one battery | The BT2040 is the first AAAA (that's the tiny one) battery powered headset | Auto-pairing for no-nonsense set-up | Features answer/end, redial, voice dial, three party calling, and call reject | Compatible with all brands of bluetooth compatible mobile phones
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#1
Very cheap price for a bluetooth headset. Hot, Hot, Hot!
#2
Sounds like it isn't rechargeable and you would have to keep replacing the battery?
#3
silps
Sounds like it isn't rechargeable and you would have to keep replacing the battery?


Which I think is handy... :)


Up to 660 minutes of continuous talk and six months stand-by on one battery
#4
If this was rechargable I'd buy it in a shot, but as it stands? Nah!

Good deal though thanks Edi, voted hot.
#5
Excellent product....

Rather have something that lasts 6 months on one battery than one that requires charging all the time.... Good reviews too.... Off to buy me one..lol...
#6
Just ordered 2 for xmas prezzies !!

Hot Hot Hot !!

Thanks
#7
It's a nice idea, but AAAA batteries are still hard to find.

For those of you who didn't read carefully, these are AAAA batteries, not the much more widely available AAA. As far as I know AAAA batteries are not available from high street shops, which defies the whole purpose of running a headset from off-the-shelf batteries (so that in an emergency you can pop in a shop and buy one).
#8
mystik
It's a nice idea, but AAAA batteries are still hard to find.

For those of you who didn't read carefully, these are AAAA batteries, not the much more widely available AAA. As far as I know AAAA batteries are not available from high street shops, which defies the whole purpose of running a headset from off-the-shelf batteries (so that in an emergency you can pop in a shop and buy one).


How about having a pack of batteries ready spare in the car - in my experience recharagable batteries dont last as long as they should. Be prepared like the boy scouts and this is a real steal. Thanks Edi!:thumbsup:
#9
Had a quick search and you can get a pack of 2 AAAA for about £5 delivered.
That should give you about a years worth of standby time on this headset.
#10
mystik
It's a nice idea, but AAAA batteries are still hard to find.

For those of you who didn't read carefully, these are AAAA batteries, not the much more widely available AAA. As far as I know AAAA batteries are not available from high street shops, which defies the whole purpose of running a headset from off-the-shelf batteries (so that in an emergency you can pop in a shop and buy one).


They cost about £4 for a 2pack delivered - not too bad I guess
#11
look on ebay for the batteries. you can get 6 for about £8 or 2 for £3
#12
aceshigh
Had a quick search and you can get a pack of 2 AAAA for about £5 delivered.
That should give you about a years worth of standby time on this headset.


That's assuming you don't use the headset.

I guess it boils down to use. Personally I prefer to use a headset not only in the car...I don't need to hold the mobile and can do other things while on the phone. And given that I use the mobile for about an hour a day, I would need a fresh battery every 10 days.
#13
For me this product is excellent cause I have bluetooth handsfree through the Garmin 660FM I use in the car but dont always need or want to set it up so this is a great, legal, quick fix.
#14
"You're barred!"
#15
anyone have a link to the batteries

voted hot

cheapest i saw these in the cash and carry was 19.99
#16
decent ps3 headset... what u guys think ?
#17
That's the same reason I'm getting one. I'm hoping it will work quite well.
#18
does it work with blackberrys ?
#19
fever84
decent ps3 headset... what u guys think ?


If you play PS3 online alot, this will cost you a fortune, as I have to recharge my headset (which lasts around 10 hours) every couple of weeks.

You will therefore need to buy batteries every couple of weeks.

Rechargable ones are only a few pound more, and no more expenses.
#20
KPGrimmy
If you play PS3 online alot, this will cost you a fortune, as I have to recharge my headset (which lasts around 10 hours) every couple of weeks.

You will therefore need to buy batteries every couple of weeks.

Rechargable ones are only a few pound more, and no more expenses.


Just cancelled mine as i wanted if for my ps3 and it will cost quite a bit in AAAA's as 1 hours game play a day means changing every 11 ish days.

Can anyone direct me to a cheap rechargable one? about a tenner i hope?
#21
aaaa at 7dayshop, 2 for £1.89
Stock = plenty
1 Like #22
This looks good for ps3, only £12.99 recharges in 2 hours and should be £35!!!!

http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/3299733/Samsung-WEP-170-Bluetooth-Headset/Product.html
#23
I have one of these headsets and it uses AAAA*

*sorry, just double checked and it is AAAA :-(
#24
localshop
aaaa at 7dayshop, 2 for £1.89
Stock = plenty


Plus £4 delivery
#25
will this be cool to use with my ps3?
#26
fluffy25
This looks good for ps3, only £12.99 recharges in 2 hours and should be £35!!!!

http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/3299733/Samsung-WEP-170-Bluetooth-Headset/Product.html

its only £9.99 now? does this include charger aswell tho?? not clued up on this sort of stuff
#27
Yes it does.
#28
You get what you pay for. I won't be buying it. Check the reviews here.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductReview.aspx?Item=N82E16875999273
#29
Reviews, suggest its basic, but what do you expect for £7
I think this is perfect for people like me who want it for infrequent use and cant be bothered with a charger.

According to user manual:

Your Jabra BT2040 lets you do all this:
• Answer calls
• E nd calls
• R eject calls*
• V oice Dialing*
• L ast number redialing*
• Call waiting*
• P lace call on hold*
* Phone dependent

Review says cant change volume - manual says to do this adjust volume on mobile.

Batteries : Comes with one energiser AAAA

Ordered some spares - 2 for £3.98 delivered at [url]www.battery-force.co.uk[/url]
#30
mjo
Reviews, suggest its basic, but what do you expect for £7
I think this is perfect for people like me who want it for infrequent use and cant be bothered with a charger.

According to user manual:

Your Jabra BT2040 lets you do all this:
• Answer calls
• E nd calls
• R eject calls*
• V oice Dialing*
• L ast number redialing*
• Call waiting*
• P lace call on hold*
* Phone dependent

Review says cant change volume - manual says to do this adjust volume on mobile.

Batteries : Comes with one energiser AAAA

Ordered some spares - 2 for £3.98 delivered at [url]www.battery-force.co.uk[/url]


I agree with you, shouldn't have high expectations when you spend £7.

The volume thing is a bit worrying though...what's the point of using a headset if you have to fumble with your mobile during a call?
#32
Still around for £7.49 delivered :)
#33
and still!!

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