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MobiDick Elegance BHHS1 - bluetooth-review

Standard kit:

  • headset
  • charger
  • manual

Headset MobiDick Elegance looks like a product by Sony Ericsson - HBH-60/65. An ear hook, microphone and speaker dispositions are the same. But a little bit smaller size (67 mm) and weight (18,5 grams) allow this device not to yield in comfort to its famous twin.

The disposition of volume control buttons is different to HBH-60/65. They are located not on the contrary sides of the device but on the same lateral surface. When carrying the headset on a right ear, buttons are located on the top part but if you wear it on your left ear, buttons are at the bottom. Pressing any of these keys in a stand by mode causes voice dialing. You may switch the microphone off by pressing both keys during the talk.

The answer / reject the call key is situated in the centre of the device. It is large enough so you should not grope it. However it has one disadvantage due to the large size - the key dangles and a clear jingle is heard when turning the head quickly. You do not feel any discomfort when you go by foot or by car but when you are driving a bicycle, for example, the constant jingle becomes irritable. So if you prefer having an active rest, this device will not suit you.

The light indicator that blinks with various intervals, depending on a working mode, edges the "answer" key.

The same key stands for the redial of the last number.

There is a strap hole in the headset, which is rather convenient if you do not use the device all the time.

The charger connector is situated to the contrary from the volume control key. The device works with the help of a lithium-polymer battery. The time of full recharging is 2 hours. According to the manufacturer it allows working 200 hours in the stand by mode and 6 hours in the talk mode. In reality the headset worked for 3 days with 30 minutes of talks. It is not a bad result for a headset.

It seems to me that nothing more can be told about the appearance and the design of the headset, so let's turn to its features.

The process of synchronization with a phone does not cause any problems; you can register the device in your phone rather easy. It is necessary to notice, that MobiDick Elegance supports 2 profiles: Hands-free and Headset that allows working both with phones and smartphones on the Symbian base.

We recommend you to make some trial calls after you have synchronized the device and to choose an optimum level of volume as far as the headset has an essential stock by this parameter. But while being at the maximum level, the signal of an incoming call may disturb you.

Taking into account the presence of the loud speaker, you may hear the interlocutor well practically in any conditions - in the street, in a silent room or in a car. However you may notice the distortion of a voice if the headset is at the maximum volume. The interpretation of your own voice is also good; we received some complaints from interlocutors only when the wind was strong.

This headset does not yield in the comfort and functionality to some more expensive analogues. Most likely the device will be competitive, thus you should notice, that its estimated price will be about 80 $ when it appears in the market. Let's hope, that it is not the last product of such quality and low price.

PS. The jingling call key could not leave us indifferent, that is why we tried another sample from a different delivery. The second sample had no any jingle. May be the key comes loose with the time or simply the first sample had a waste. In any way that person is armed who is warned.

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We are grateful to “BKL Limited” (http://www.bkl.ru) for the provided headset.

Alexey Murzin (alexey.murzin@mobile-review.com)
Translated by Maria Mitina (maria.mitina@mobile-review.com)

Published — 17 November 2004

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