Jabra BT2040 Bluetooth Headset - just £5 delivered @ Play.com is BACK!! - HotUKDeals
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After a month of not being available, Play.com have this budget Jabra BT2040 bluetooth headset back at just £5 with free delivery!!

* 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 Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Motorola, LG bluetooth mobile phones.
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#1
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#2
Paid £7 for one of these before Xmas from tesco and I reckon it`s a good buy
Excellent vfm
Hot!
#3
anyone know if this can be used with the ps3 ?
#4
drnkbeer;4052701
anyone know if this can be used with the ps3 ?

Seems to be mixed responses to this question - some find it ok, others find it disconnects their PS3 controller. I'm put off by the fact it needs AAAA batteries which seem to be about £2.90 for a pack of two - and they don't last that long. Would prefer a headset which was rechargeable by USB. A good price, but not the best headset for me.
#5
Personally I don't recommend it. I bought one a while back and has ended up in a draw. It's nearly impossible to find the AAAA batteries and they are too expensive anyway. Also the sound quality is average.
I have now a Nokia BH-102 which is a thousand times better in all aspects. This is my advise for all it's worth.
#6
Got 2. Great for infrequent users like me.

Keep in car switched off when dont need it, and no chargers to worry about.
1 Like #7
With the money you'll spend on AAAAs for this model, it's better to pay a couple of extra pounds and buy the BT2010

http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/3475115/Jabra-BT2010-Auto-Pairing-Bluetooth-Headset/Product.html
#8
People see '£5' and 'Bluetooth Headset' in the same sentance and vote hot. This would be hot if it used rechargable batteries, and came with a charger, but that's not the case. Cold from me, as you will have to spend money on batteries in the future, constantly.
#9
NossB
With the money you'll spend on AAAAs for this model, it's better to pay a couple of extra pounds and buy the BT2010

http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/3475115/Jabra-BT2010-Auto-Pairing-Bluetooth-Headset/Product.html


looks much better imo, may have to order one now...

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#10
Anyone know if these will work with laptops?
#11
S c 0 TT y
Anyone know if these will work with laptops?


if your laptop supports bluetooth, then yes. If not, you will need to buy an adapter first
2 Likes #12
If you rip open a 9 volt energizer battery, it's made of 6 AAAA batteries. A 9v energizer is around £2 so that's like 30 pence for each AAAA rather than paying £3 for a pair.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tr5ZB1eFhwc

Although probably safer for most to buy the batteries (although i can confirm i have opened up an energizer 9v and it is made up of AAAA batteries.
#13
Bhav007
People see '£5' and 'Bluetooth Headset' in the same sentance and vote hot. This would be hot if it used rechargable batteries, and came with a charger, but that's not the case. Cold from me, as you will have to spend money on batteries in the future, constantly.


plus if this is the same model as mine the batteries required are AAAA and i havent found them in many shops so ebay was the answer to that until i got a rechargable one

hot from me,paid £15 for mine
#14
now need a cheap o2 unlocked buetooth phone to go with it
#15
Xad
If you rip open a 9 volt energizer battery, it's made of 6 AAAA batteries. A 9v energizer is around £2 so that's like 30 pence for each AAAA rather than paying £3 for a pair.
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/360955/9_volt_battery_hack_youll_be_surprised/

Although probably safer for most to buy the batteries (although i can confirm i have opened up an energizer 9v and it is made up of AAAA batteries.


Genius!
I was one of the people that have this headset and pay £2.90 for a pair of AAAA batteries.....not anymore, Thanks for tip:thumbsup:
#16
Perfect thanks :thumbsup:
#17
I wouldn't bother. I had one of these but lost the flimsy plastic clip that goes behind your ear. The thing is next to useless without it and you can't buy replacements. I prefer the more 'traditional' jabras.
#18
i had this before..when my after finishing my battery i put it in my draw............useless gadget...
#19
Xad

Although probably safer for most to buy the batteries (although i can confirm i have opened up an energizer 9v and it is made up of AAAA batteries.


I'll see yours and raise you one - I can confirm that not only is a PP3 9V battery made up of 6 AAAAs but I've ripped them out and use them quite happily in this.
I bought this ages ago (guess a year and a half!?) and keep it in the car all the time - infrequent user! I've only had to use two of the six cells from the PP3 so far, so that would be another two times one and a half years' worth by my guess!
Cheap as chips! As for sound quality, I have my Bose speakers in my lounge if I want sound quality - sorry, it's grand, does the job nicely for talking on the phone!

I bought a more expensive motorola one because it looked nicer and ended up giving that to the missus and going back to this because I preferred it!
#20
Noghar
I wouldn't bother. I had one of these but lost the flimsy plastic clip that goes behind your ear. The thing is next to useless without it and you can't buy replacements. I prefer the more 'traditional' jabras.



haha, well err don't lose it then.........
banned#21
bought my bt2040 for a mate and he uses it all the time and has had no problems.. apparently work really well with PS3 aswell! £5 is a great price

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