|Nokia has lifted the curtain on the BH-602 Bluetooth headset, giving us a cellphone accessory that provides up to 11 hours of talk time in addition to exceptional audio qualilty, courtesy of the BH-602's echo cancellation and noise reduction capabilities (DSP). A quick 15 minute charge will give you up to five hours of talk time, while an LED battery level indicator makes it a snap to check out just how much juice you have left. Other features include automatic volume adjustment, mute functionality, and dedicated call management keys. The BH-602 is compatible with Bluetooth 1.1 devices and higher.|
Reliable and practical unit4/30/2012
Highly recommend this product for the quality of connection. Easily connect with my HTC, no dropouts, long battery life, good reception and clarity of audio, very good range. Downside; a bit large (long), ear clip a bit thick (but strong), certaily not easily concealed because of the size. Value for money if you do not mind the size and want quality.
I'm pretty skeptical about bluetooth headsets because if it runs out of power, I can't use it. Plus I didn't want to buy a car charger for this. But this headset was awesome. The battery lasts almost a week for me, and I'm on the phone most of the day while I'm on the road. I love the optional ear hook that keeps the headset from falling off, but for those who don't like it, you can remove the hook.
The best I have used3/16/2010
I have used various headsets till recently from Motorola, Samsung, Plantronics. I was never satisfied with any. I always wanted a kind of long and stylish BT headset and finally I saw this Nokia BT headset. I read some reviews and decided to give it a shot because of 2 reasons: 1 - It appeared as the long and stylish piece I was looking for 2 - The battery specification mentioned the longest battery life I have come to know of; 11 hrs of talktime. Also, 5 hrs of talktime by charging only for 15 mins seemed amazing. So, I decided to give it a try. I am using this since 2 weeks now and I must say that I am in love with it. It is this long, sexy, stylish BT headset I have ever come across and the battery life stays true to the specifications. The best though...I am able to use the voice dial feature of my Blackberry to perfection even if I speak low. With my earlier BT headsets, I could not use the voice dial as it would always dial the wrong no if I spoke a little low. I just found the price of 32$ a little expensive over my earlier BT headsets but I got quality. Plus, 32$ was the best price I could get this handset for. All in all a wonderful piece and the best I have used it till date.
satisfied, it's growing on me1/14/2009
This is my first Bluetooth headset (after 2 DOA BH-600s) and I'm not getting any complaints about sound quality. The earbud seems too large but I'm getting used to it, at least for a couple of hours at a time. It does charge quickly. I'm using it with a Nokia 6126. I only got it to comply with California driving law, but there are non-driving times when being handsfree (and speakerphone free) is an advantage.
I've used mine for about 2 weeks now. Pairs easily and sounds clear. Piece of cake to use w/ my Nokia e71. Overall I'm very satisfied. The only ding I'd give it is that the earbud volume could be louder, but so far it has worked great.
Great product, great price. I'm still learning all the features, but so far it is worth the price. You can leave the phone in another room and walk 2 rooms over and the quality is excellent.
Rattle to my Callers' Ears3/9/2008
I purchased the BH-602 to perfectly match my Nokia E51, and I cannot use it. The product has a beautiful design, the Rapid Charge is great and the headset is comfortable to wear, but similar to the other post, my callers complain of an annoying rattle coming from my side. I'm not able to use this headset at all. I plan to contact Buy.com and Nokia to resolve this, because I've used cheaper Nokia headsets and they do not perform like this.
Some good, some bad2/25/2008
Battery life is astounding, but the sound quality is not so good - - my Plantronics Voyager 510 is much better on sound. The biggest problem is a loud "rattle" when the voice on the other end gets above a medium strength. In other words, during every conversation, the earpiece will have this very annoying rattle that can't be gotten rid of. Perhaps because of that, you cannot get the volume very loud or it just becomes difficult to listen to the caller on the other end. I think I'm going back to the Plantronics, which is half the price. I put that back on after a few days of the 602 and it was like night and day.