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I really love the idea of these as I dont't like having things behind my ears... The black, white ones are £23.99 and the grey one is £24.99.

Capture all your calls first time every time with the new Movon MB80 Bluetooth wrist band ! Whether you're playing sports, mountain biking or running - it simply doesn't matter as the Movon MB80 will be there to take that call.

A vibration alerts you to an incoming call and the super clear speakers and MIC ensure that your converstaion is crystal clear. It features a volume button, charging port and boasts an impressive 4.5 hours talktime & 160 hours standby.

-Stylish and flexible band type design
-Vibration call alert system
-Built-in Speaker and mic
-Clear and Silent Vibration
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Genuine PMR Music Box Bluetooth White This PMR Bluetooth Device is a wirefree accessory for your Bluetooth mobile phone or your Bluetooth-enabled music player. Delivers dynamic, high quality sound in a stylish and compact design.
#2
wow the future is here
#3
I would assume that if you want to talk, you would be holding your wrist closer to your mouth/ear area. In that case, why not just use a phone?

Also, listening to music on this would be really annoying too as the speaker will be tiny.

I'm finding it hard to see the point of this gizmo...and I really like gadgets too :(
#4
excellent reviews too
#5
mminghella
I would assume that if you want to talk, you would be holding your wrist closer to your mouth/ear area. In that case, why not just use a phone?

Also, listening to music on this would be really annoying too as the speaker will be tiny.

I'm finding it hard to see the point of this gizmo...and I really like gadgets too :(

doubt would be much fun dropping your phone as you are trying to fumble it out of your pocket/bag running/cycling whatever
#6
Not sure I would want my conversations on loudspeaker with this on my wrist...fine for those that are not bothered but not for me :-(
#7
zafonic
Not sure I would want my conversations on loudspeaker with this on my wrist...fine for those that are not bothered but not for me :-(


I agree, you have no choice but to be hands free. However for a tradesman, someone doing an outdoor activity and still want to take calls without reaching for a phone this could be good.

For £23.99 it is a hot deal if it takes your fancy!
#8
Any idea if these could be used legally whilst driving?
#9
No because they are NOT hands free, you must have a hand up to your mouth all the time you speak, totally dangerous to use whilst moving and a mere gadget IMO.
#10
almost got one for cycling when they were launched a littlle while ago.
Movon were then selling them for £12 in MobileNews mag
then almost got this one http://www.advancetec.co.uk/acatalog/AT_OLED_bluetooth_bracelet_sports_with_caller_ID.html instead as it had callerID but no speaker
Unfortunately theCID doesn't display the name of the caller .. just the number
Personally I think the best one would be this setup ultimate set up. ebay item # 320503413098 but much pricier!

Also http://www.flying-penguin.co.uk/bluetooth_gadgets/bluetooth-watch-with-vibration-and-caller-display-p-98
as it shows the CallerID nametag . I think you can also read sms's on it but no speaker
http://www.flying-penguin.co.uk/images/large/cool-gadgets/bluetooth-watch-FPFM-B08_01_LRG.jpg
#11
sorry maybe a vague question but will this be compatible with the ps3?, i just bought a ps3 and not familair with it and i cant find the sony headset in stock anywhere, and the ones that are available are over priced, cheapest ive seen is £17 something...6wks dispatch time, i need 1 now for cheap so i can kick my m8s ass on COD before they loose interest in the game :)
#12
MR1123
sorry maybe a vague question but will this be compatible with the ps3?, i just bought a ps3 and not familair with it and i cant find the sony headset in stock anywhere, and the ones that are available are over priced, cheapest ive seen is £17 something...6wks dispatch time, i need 1 now for cheap so i can kick my m8s ass on COD before they loose interest in the game :)


It should be picked up by the PS3 as a standard bluetooth headset but you are much better just getting a cheap bluetooth headset out of Tesco for under a tenner. Unless you want it hands free in which case better to go get a car sun visor bluetooth carkit for better sound and battery life. Try play.com as they have them cheap.
#13
Great for James Bond wannabees, you can now talk into your wrist like a real spy!

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