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Motorola Sliver II Bluetooth Headset - Black (Front View)

Motorola Sliver II Bluetooth Headset - Black (Bulk)

by  Motorola

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Regular Price: $129.99

Sale price: $47.95

The Sliver II, Motorola's latest innovative Bluetooth headset, is a discreet and comfortable headset with a sleek and stylish design. With a variety of pivot and adjustment points and five different sized ear gels, you can customize the Sliver II so it's perfectly comfortable for you. It delivers crystal clear, HD audio thanks to its three-mic noise cancellation technology. With 5 hours of talk time and an additional 9 hours with the included charging case, the Sliver II is perfect for extended phone calls. It's compatible with most Bluetooth-enabled devices including, mobile devices, tablets, music players, and more!

Key Features:

  • Discreet design
  • Lengthen and rotate the stem to get the most comfortable position for you
  • HD audio
  • Noise cancellation technology
  • Included charging case

Do you need a Bluetooth headset that's capable of keeping up with your busy lifestyle? The Sliver II from Motorola is perfect all-day use and even comes with a sleek charging case to extend the talk time of your headset.


NOTE: Ships in eco-friendly, bulk packaging.

Manufacturer Motorola
Part Number 89592N
Product Condition New
Bluetooth Compliant 3.0, A2DP, AVRCP
Talk Time 5 Hrs
Stand-by Time 280 Hrs
Features Multipoint technology, Easy Pair, Easy Mute, Noise Reduction
Style / Fit In-Ear with Ear-loop
Connector type Micro-USB
Color Black
Package is Complete With: Bluetooth Headset, Charging Case, Wall Charger
Quality
5 star :
33%
( 1 )
4 star :
33%
( 1 )
3 star :
33%
( 1 )
Value
5 star :
67%
( 2 )
3 star :
33%
( 1 )
Price
5 star :
67%
( 2 )
3 star :
33%
( 1 )
Total : 3 Reviews
Average Rating:
4.2 (Base on 3 reviews)


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By Loca All my reviews  (1) Verified buyer
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Good headset for the price
Great price and it works great! Was worried that is was refurbished and would not be good quality but no problems at all.
Pros: Quality, Value, Price
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
9/17/14
By Jasneskis
Quality
Value
Price
OK product
Charger does not work properly. Sometimes it charges, sometimes it does not. It never gets a charge in the box as advertised unless the box is plugged into a wall outlet. It is comfortable on the ear, but slips off too often and is lost. I've had to replace because of this. The price I paid this time was double from last time. Too high.Two ear sets should come with one charger. If head is turned away from phone, it looses the signal. I generally don't recommend things, but if asked I might say it is good.
Cons: Quality, Value, Price
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Not sure
9/9/14
By heyneen20 All my reviews  (1) Verified buyer
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Value
Price
Good for the price
First of all I would like to say that a4c was prompt on shipping. You can't beat their price and I would definitely recommend them to anyone considering a purchase here.

Now, onto the product review...The Motorola Silver II is a good buy. HOWEVER...I did own the Silver Elite prior to buying this one. I LOVED the Elite. The only problem was, it cracked at the curve immediately after I bought it. The Elite has a longer battery life and functions battery; it connects to my devices quicker than the Silver II. What I like about the Silver II is that Motorola created a joint in the curve making it more flexible and durable against breakage. So while the Silver II is better physically, the functionality is only satisfactory in comparison to its predecessor.
Pros: Value, Price
Cons: Quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Likely
3/15/14

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    1. Good headset for the price Review by Loca
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      Great price and it works great! Was worried that is was refurbished and would not be good quality but no problems at all. (Posted on 9/17/14)

    2. OK product Review by Jasneskis
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      Value
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      Charger does not work properly. Sometimes it charges, sometimes it does not. It never gets a charge in the box as advertised unless the box is plugged into a wall outlet. It is comfortable on the ear, but slips off too often and is lost. I've had to replace because of this. The price I paid this time was double from last time. Too high.Two ear sets should come with one charger. If head is turned away from phone, it looses the signal. I generally don't recommend things, but if asked I might say it is good. (Posted on 9/9/14)

    3. Good for the price Review by heyneen20
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      First of all I would like to say that a4c was prompt on shipping. You can't beat their price and I would definitely recommend them to anyone considering a purchase here.

      Now, onto the product review...The Motorola Silver II is a good buy. HOWEVER...I did own the Silver Elite prior to buying this one. I LOVED the Elite. The only problem was, it cracked at the curve immediately after I bought it. The Elite has a longer battery life and functions battery; it connects to my devices quicker than the Silver II. What I like about the Silver II is that Motorola created a joint in the curve making it more flexible and durable against breakage. So while the Silver II is better physically, the functionality is only satisfactory in comparison to its predecessor.
      (Posted on 3/15/14)


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