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The Motorola H390 is a wireless Bluetooth headset that can be used along with a Bluetooth-enabled phone to take hands-free calls

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Simple and painless BT pairing, has no issues even with older devices

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Good quality materials and construction (except for power button), earloop is durable

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Good audio and mic quality, voice calls are clear, does not suffer from interference and wind noise

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Comfortable to wear...when it fits the user, it is also very light weight

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Useful LED indicators, one of few budget headsets to have LED indicators for battery life and connection status

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.

Power switch can break over time which renders the headset useless, a consistent issue mentioned by owners

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Earpiece might not fit well, package does not include different ear pieces, so it is only comfortable for certain people

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Poor documentation, leaves users to figure out features and setup themselves, though setup is relatively simple

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.


The Motorola H390 is a wireless Bluetooth headset that can be used along with a Bluetooth-enabled phone to take hands-free calls.  The headset utilizes an enhanced data rate and includes Easypair technology, making it simple to pair with a Bluetooth device.  It has a compact design with built in volume controls and a multifunction button for handling calls.  The H390 also has a reversible ear hook so that it can be worn in either ear and runs on a rechargeable battery that provides up to 8 hours talktime and 200 hours standby.  The headset has a suggested retail price of $40 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

  • Bluetooth technology
  • Easypair technology
  • Enhanced Data Rate
  • Reversible ear hook
  • Battery Life: 8 hours talktime, 200 hours standby
  • Dimensions: 2.11 x 0.63 x 0.47 (in.)
  • Weight: 0.39 oz.
  • 1 year limited warranty 
Post Review
11/11/2009 10:29

I have had this device for about 3 weeks and it has already stopped working properly. Motorola's technical assistance is a recording or when you get to talk to a real person they are difficult to understand. It isn't a very comfortable device to wear and the two different ear piece adapters don't really fit my ear very well. I don't know if I want to get a replacement or just get a different one. I may opt for a different one.

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