Nokia BH-900 Bluetooth Headset Review
To attach the device to the ear, Nokia have used an interesting ‘clip’ or ‘clamp’, which is not like anything made by other manufacturers and an innovation by itself. A similar solution can be found in other models of the company.
After a few attempts one gets accustomed to the correct placing of the set on the head, using one hand only – it must be slipped onto the ear from back to front, so that the soft arms of the clips encompass it from both sides. Such positioning is really important; otherwise the BH900 will not comfortably lay on the ear and is quite likely to fall.
In case instructions are followed, the Nokia will cover the whole ear and its microphone will point at the mouth. Different people might have different ‘feel’ about wearing it: we sensed we had a headset on, but could not tell positively what its real size was – it is comfortable and does not overload. Moreover, if it is secured correctly in place, there will be no obstacle to a more prolonged usage, because it requires no tiring movements for the ear. The fact that it lies on the surface without being tucked into in no way whatsoever, also reduces the unpleasant sense that other hands-free devices may cause.
Its considerable size and the ‘serious’ appearance make the BH900 a more businessman oriented, rather than a ‘lady’s’ device. It is a stable headset featuring an elegant design that renders it easily noticeable. It stands firmly on the ear and looks really good.
Nokia BH900 is a very serious Bluetooth headset in every respect – having a stylish look, quality manufacturing and most of all – a very good sound. The incredible performance of the microphone in almost any environment is an achievement, which, combined with the convenient usage, makes us highly appreciate the headphone’s overall performance.
- One of the best sound quality among all headsets
- Very comfortable for use
- Stylish hi-tech design
- Mediocre battery and range performance
- Some people (depends on the head) can not get it attached as it is supposed to
1. Sudipta Singh (unregistered)
I am a soft talker, and one of the things that continually bothered me with all BT headsets is that they seem to assume that you do not need a mic close to your mouth, but can pick up the sound from your ear/bone/ambient noise. No headset ever worked for me without me having to (for me) yell at the top of my voice, and even then call quality was bad. With this headset, all that is a thing of the past - people do not know I am on a headset, pairing is effortless, and the biggest plus for me -- the voice command function on this phone interfaces seamlessly to MS Voice Command on my WM6 Phone (T-Mobile MDA/HTC Wizard); My only beef is that my ears are also sensitive, so wearing the clip for long periods of time is not my bag - I end up switching to from ear to ear every hour or so and have no problems whatsoever. Your mileage may vary....... Once again - excellent audio!!
2. sameer khan (unregistered)
Hello sir i love this bh900 lovely pls get me one morei want one more pls help me