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Moshi Moshi 03 Handset

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If you want to use your iPhone at home or at work, you can use this stylish Bluetooth handset to make calls – protecting your brain cells from the mobile phone radiation and also allowing you to carry on playing Angry Birds at the same time. The glossy handset is available in black or white, and has a built-in rechargeable battery that provides 120 hours' standby time or six hours of calls. The handset can be charged over the mains or by USB, and the Moshi uses Bluetooth 2.1, which means that it can pair with a second device as well, such as a desktop computer running Skype for cheap calls.

Moshi Moshi 03 Handset

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Price £90
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Plantronics Discovery 975

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The Moshi handset is designed for indoor use, so you’ll probably also want a more conventional Bluetooth headset for making calls on the move. The Discovery 975 is a bit more expensive than the average headset, but it’s sleek and stylish, and its WindSmart feature – titter ye not! – is designed to provide good call quality even in gusty outdoor weather. On its own, the Discovery 975 provides a week of standby time and five hours of talk time, but it also includes a handy pocket-sized travelling case with a built-in battery pack that can recharge the headset for another ten hours of talk time.

Plantronics Discovery 975

Reg Rating 90
Price £80
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