Motorola H555 Bluetooth Headset

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Motorola H555 Bluetooth Headset

  • comfortable even in extended use
  • lightweight design to fit ear
  • elevated speaker rests close to ear delivering loud audio
  • up to 8 hours talk time or 8 days standby time


The cell phone headsets are lightweight, portable and can be taken anywhere.

Questions to Consider

  • Is it the right size? For your head and ear?
  • How is the sound clarity?

Motorola 89219n h555 bluetooth headset comfortable even in extended use

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Rating: (stars out of 28 reviews)

Price: $ 18.99

5 Responses to “Motorola H555 Bluetooth Headset

  • Review by Chet Ragsdale

    Chet Ragsdale
    I bought this to go with my Motorola Karma, based on my experience with a previous Motorola headset.

    This unit is solid and while not as stylish as the last one I had..this was not an issue for me. I synched it with the Karma in 20 seconds. Volume buttons located towards the rear are quick and easy.

    The on off switch feels solid. And you only have to tap it to take your call. Volume is good, and there are 3 different sized ear attachments, which is the great part of this headset. Very functional.

  • Review by Amazon shopper

    Amazon shopper
    I got this for my husband’s birthday. He had a Motorola H550 before this and even that wasn’t too bad. It lasted a while, about a year and half I guess. After that the H550 simply lost its ability to catch voices. I would have to scream over the phone if he were using that to talk. So i bought him the H555 now and its working great. It looks sleek. It is worth the cost. One good feature is the on and off button. There is a button that can be moved up and down to switch on and switch off the bluetooth as against the H550 which had to be pressed and held down for a few seconds to switch it on and off. Also in the H550 the on and off button which had to be pressed down worked as a redial button. So sometimes the bluetooth would get pressed if in a jeans pocket and would dial the last number automatically. But the H555 has a specific button moving up and down…so this problem is not there. The battery life of the H555 is better than the H550.

    It works fine and makes voices clearly audible. In general I am not sure how long any bluetooth lasts. I think the life span is about a couple of years. I don’t know how long this will last but as of now its a great product and its about a month since I bought it. I would recommend it. My husband likes it a lot. He thinks it is better quality and will last much longer than his previous bluetooth. The link below is the H550, his previous bluetooth.

    Motorola H550 Bluetooth Headset

  • Review by Nicole B.

    Nicole B.
    I’m one of those people who can never use regular in-ear headsets. The inside of my ear is too small, and the in-ear models make my ear sore. I had one of these and loved it. I was a dog-walker/pet-sitter at the time, so I needed something hands-free. This was PERFECT! It stayed on my ear (I used a smaller ear hook that was included with it). I don’t know if Motorola quit making the extra ear hooks, but mine had a smaller one that fit great. I walked, ran, stooped, tippy-toed, you name it. I wore it all day, walking dogs, in the car.. all the time. I got up, put it on before I left the house and took it off when I got back home.

    So, the only complaint (if you can call it that) I have, is that the hook broke.. The extra piece at the end that goes down to the bottom of the back of the ear is what I’m talking about. B/c of that, I lost it one day (after having it for well over a year and using it 6 days a week) when I was shopping. By that time, it had big gouges in the face of it and just generally worn out, but that was the exterior. I tried the Motorola 270 and I hate it. $40 for an ear piece I can’t stand.

    I can’t wait to get a new one. 🙂

  • Review by Joshua D.

    Joshua D.
    This Bluetooth has a great microphone, and picks up my voice great without picking up a lot of background noise. However, be warned — there is no real ear bud on this thing. True, the speaker sticks out a little to go inside your ear, but not enough to really stick there. If you tilt your head, it pulls away from your ear somewhat, and feels like it’s going to fall off. I have to do physical work with this thing on, so I would have liked some sort of ear bud so it would actually stick inside my ear a little better. At the price, though, this is still a great Bluetooth, and it works great for my PlayStation 3.

  • Review by christy

    The sound on the user’s end is good, it fits well (though only fits on the right ear), but friends say it sounds like I am talking through a tunnel. Not bad for the price, but nothing stellar either.

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