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  1. #1
    Captain
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    What are some recommendations for a good handsfree unit? I want something
    that is comfortable and works well with wind, in other words I want to be
    able to hear when it is windy. I've seen alot at target, not sure of the
    quality though, and I jabra seems to have many out there, which is better,
    over the ear or the gel ear insert things? Anyone?


    Capt.





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  2. #2
    RÝbert M
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    Re: handsfree

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Captain" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > What are some recommendations for a good handsfree unit? I want something
    > that is comfortable and works well with wind, in other words I want to be
    > able to hear when it is windy. I've seen alot at target, not sure of the
    > quality though, and I jabra seems to have many out there, which is better,
    > over the ear or the gel ear insert things? Anyone?


    This is something that you'll likely need to decide for yourself. Its a
    matter of personal preference, which is why there are so many different
    devices out there. What one person may love, another may hate.



  3. #3
    Me
    Guest

    Re: handsfree

    "Captain" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > What are some recommendations for a good handsfree unit? I want
    > something that is comfortable and works well with wind, in other words
    > I want to be able to hear when it is windy. I've seen alot at target,
    > not sure of the quality though, and I jabra seems to have many out
    > there, which is better, over the ear or the gel ear insert things?
    > Anyone?
    >
    >
    > Capt.


    I have the Sanyo 8200 and use the cheap 19.99
    earpeice with the turbo button. I just say the name it dials the person
    then I hang up with the earpeice great for me



  4. #4
    Mike
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    Re: handsfree

    Captain wrote:
    > What are some recommendations for a good handsfree unit? I want something
    > that is comfortable and works well with wind, in other words I want to be
    > able to hear when it is windy. I've seen alot at target, not sure of the
    > quality though, and I jabra seems to have many out there, which is better,
    > over the ear or the gel ear insert things? Anyone?
    >
    >
    > Capt.
    >



    Headsets are fairly personal things - you should have an opportunity to
    try them out. I'd suggest going to a brick and mortar retailer for this
    one. Make sure they have a liberal return policy. Ask the salesperson
    for suggestions, and take your best guess. If that one doesn't make you
    happy, bring it back.

    I have to say that I've tried a few different models and the Jabra
    Earwrap has been my favorite. I've been most frustrated with the Body
    Glove in-the-ear products. Plantronics and Shure are good brands.
    -mike



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