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Bluetooth Headset – Best Kept Secret February 7, 2007

Posted by Fast Follower in Uncategorized.
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I just purchased the Cardo Scala 700 bluetooth headset after a recommendation from a work colleague.  This has to be the best kept secret in bluetooth headset land.  For $40 on Amazon, it has a comfortable fit; easily bluetooth “connect-able” to my PPC 6700; very loud volume, built-in windproof, a pouch that attaches to my belt to carry it (so I don’t lose the darned thing like I have with others in the past); USB charge-able; 120v charge-able; an audible finder like a cordless phone.

Check out the specs for the Scala 700 on the Cardo site.

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1. Fast Follower - February 12, 2007

Well, I might have to retract this “best kept secret” title. Today, the earloop on the darned thing broke in half. It’s a bad design. Now let’s see how Cardo responds. I’ll let the PTIers know.

2. Tell it like it TI is! - February 13, 2007

Well, here you go again. You just don’t listen. I told you that the solution was the Motorola H300. Very simple, no frills, but it works. The best thing that I like about it is that you don’t have to charge it. It takes a single AAA battery and you are off. I replace the battery about once every two months, and that’s it. Actually, during the Christmas Season, Best Buy was selling these things for $15! You can’t beat this deal! Especially, if you lose them a lot. But noooooooo, you had to look for one that had frills. That’s what you get. Tell your buddy to listen to me and stop Following a Follower!

Tell It Like It IS!!!

3. Tell it like it TI is! - February 13, 2007

By the way… here is the product page link….

http://www.motorola.com/motoinfo/product/details.jsp?globalObjectId=109

4. Fast Follower - February 15, 2007

Forget that “Motorola AAA battery using bluetooth headset.” This is what I call great customer support from Cardo Systems – the maker of my broken earloop headset:

Thank you for contacting the Cardo Systems Support Center regarding our
products. The Cardo team takes great pride in maintaining a “working”
relationship with many of our customers, and a significant part of our
product design has come about as a result of our ongoing dialogue with
customers such as yourself. We therefore welcome your query and
encourage you to continue talking to us in the future.

I apologize for the inconvenience caused by your faulty earloop….will send a new one to you at no cost.
Your patience is appreciated.

Please feel free to contact us if we can assist with any other questions.

Best regards,
Cardo Systems Support
1-800-488-0363

Now let’s see if/when I actually get the new earloop

5. Bob - March 8, 2007

Is anyone else having problems with the 700 dropping and reconnecting? I get this constantly on my Blackberry 7130. It does not happen with my cardo 500

6. Fast Follower - March 8, 2007

I don’t have this problem. I just switched to a BlackBerry model 8700c. The 700 seems to be working well it after one day of using it.

7. Fast Follower - March 8, 2007

By the way…I did get the new earloop. So I’m happy again

8. Fast Follower - March 19, 2008

I recently replaced the Cardo Scala 700 with the sleaker, cooler-looking Cardo S-800. I’ve been using it for 2 months now. And it’s outstanding.

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