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  1. #1
    rich a
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    GUUH

    Some time after Christmas I went to see a U2 tribute band, and afterwards
    (in a drunken and bored state waiting for a taxi) I managed to destroy the
    beautiful lightning copper finish by chewing it off.

    I am so distraught that I just ordered another copper R520m, because it's
    the best phone ever :-)

    Anyhow. I quite fancy buying some kind of in-car kit for my new R520m,
    but I don't really use the phone enough to warrant buying a car kit like
    the HCA-10 or HCA-20. The calls I make in my car will inevitably be short
    and along the lines of "STOP BLOODY CALLING ME BECAUSE I AM TRYING TO
    DRIVE!! RAAAAAHHHGGGHHGH!!"

    So I was thinking about the HCA-30 car holder <http://tinyurl.com/yuwkh>.
    Anyone used one of these bad boyzzzz? Is it pretty good for short calls?
    Do you need to press any buttons to answer the phone?

    I love you all. Especially you R520m loving monkeys.

    --
    Lots of love, Rich
    crapola - http://www.brushtastic.f2s.com
    gamertag - sausagelord / ph33r my ****e gaming skillz!!!



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  2. #2
    Michael Pronay
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    Re: R520m love

    rich a <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I quite fancy buying some kind of in-car kit for my new R520m,
    > but I don't really use the phone enough to warrant buying a car
    > kit like the HCA-10 or HCA-20. The calls I make in my car will
    > inevitably be short and along the lines of "STOP BLOODY CALLING
    > ME BECAUSE I AM TRYING TO DRIVE!! RAAAAAHHHGGGHHGH!!"


    Why don't you consider a Bluetooth headset? That's what I did,
    first HBH-15, now HBH-30. Works really fine, at least for me, and
    comes also handy when having a phone call and using the computer
    at the same time.

    M.



  3. #3
    rich a
    Guest

    Re: R520m love

    Michael Pronay <[email protected]> decided it would be mildly amusing to
    write:

    > Why don't you consider a Bluetooth headset? That's what I did,
    > first HBH-15, now HBH-30. Works really fine, at least for me, and
    > comes also handy when having a phone call and using the computer
    > at the same time.


    To be honest, I can't justify buying a bluetooth headset. The starting
    prices are 5 times more than the car holder, and I also think scrambling
    around to put the headset on in rush hour traffic would be as dangerous
    as.. oh, I dunno... trying to control the clutch with my willy while doing
    75mph on a motorway. :-)

    --
    Lots of love, Rich
    crapola - http://www.brushtastic.f2s.com
    gamertag - sausagelord / ph33r my ****e gaming skillz!!!



  4. #4
    Michael Pronay
    Guest

    Re: R520m love

    rich a <[email protected]> wrote:

    >> Why don't you consider a Bluetooth headset? That's what I did,
    >> first HBH-15, now HBH-30. Works really fine, at least for me,
    >> and comes also handy when having a phone call and using the
    >> computer at the same time.


    > To be honest, I can't justify buying a bluetooth headset. The
    > starting prices are 5 times more than the car holder, and I also
    > think scrambling around to put the headset on in rush hour
    > traffic would be as dangerous as.. oh, I dunno... trying to
    > control the clutch with my willy while doing 75mph on a
    > motorway. :-)


    That's all a matter of experience. HBH-15 was extremely simple, but
    now HBH-30 is all the same.

    But as a backup (when headset battery runs low) I use the wired
    earpiece. How about that?

    M.



  5. #5
    dirty rat 753
    Guest

    Re: R520m love

    Michael
    I'm listening about your headsets. Look at
    http://www.cellularaccessory.com/bluetoothheadsets.html
    row 2 column 2 That's what you use?

    Any other recommendations?

    I use cark-91's and I think I really want a BT speakerphone in the car.
    Consensus is use the BT headset.




    "Michael Pronay" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > rich a <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > I quite fancy buying some kind of in-car kit for my new R520m,
    > > but I don't really use the phone enough to warrant buying a car
    > > kit like the HCA-10 or HCA-20. The calls I make in my car will
    > > inevitably be short and along the lines of "STOP BLOODY CALLING
    > > ME BECAUSE I AM TRYING TO DRIVE!! RAAAAAHHHGGGHHGH!!"

    >
    > Why don't you consider a Bluetooth headset? That's what I did,
    > first HBH-15, now HBH-30. Works really fine, at least for me, and
    > comes also handy when having a phone call and using the computer
    > at the same time.
    >
    > M.






  6. #6
    Michael Pronay
    Guest

    Re: R520m love

    "dirty rat 753" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I'm listening about your headsets. Look at
    > <http://www.cellularaccessory.com/bluetoothheadsets.html> row 2
    > column 2 That's what you use?


    Yes.

    > Any other recommendations?


    Sorry, no, for a very simple reason: /// was the first to offer BT
    phones here in Austria, and so they were the first to offer BT
    headsets over here. HBH-15 inconvenience was a rather low standby
    time and the fact that you needed its craddle to charge it. HBH-30
    now is quite OK (except for mounting, which is quite a hassle
    compared to HBH-15, but now I'm quite used to it), so I never
    tried any other device.

    M.



  7. #7
    Michael Pronay
    Guest

    Re: R520m love

    Michael Pronay <[email protected]> wrote:

    >> Any other recommendations?


    > Sorry, no, for a very simple reason: [...]


    Ther's another reason that is so evident I didn't think of it: For
    another BT headset I'd need another charger & an extra car charger.

    M.



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