Motorola H720 – Headset ( over-the-ear ) – wireless – Bluetooth 2.1 EDR

Buying the Motorola H720 – Headset ( over-the-ear ) – wireless – Bluetooth 2.1 EDR will help you with your daily functioning. There are 42 reviews for this priced cheap Motorola H720 – Headset ( over-the-ear ) – wireless – Bluetooth 2.1 EDR.

Motorola H720 – Headset ( over-the-ear ) – wireless – Bluetooth 2.1 EDR

  • Get the latest technology with a Motorola H720 Bluetooth Headset
  • Cell phone accessory features echo and noise cancellation software
  • Hands-free device offers multi-point technology so users can switch between two Bluetooth audio devices.
  • Long-lasting charge provides up to eight hours of uninterrupted conversation


Taking notes while listening to a conversation.

Buying Questions

  • Does the headset fit your head? Or ear?
  • Are the sounds from the earpiece audible?

For calls that are clear and comfortable you can depend on the Motorola H720 Universal Bluetooth1headset. Featuring quality audio with the popular flip switch design to easily answer and end calls, H720 offers a no-nonsense hands-free experience at an affordable price. H720 is simple to use, with a quick and easy on/off function. Motorola?s proprietary RapidConnect feature serves as a switch that you flip open to take calls and fold in when you are finished. H720 powers off when folded in to he

Read the reviews below to get a better idea.

Rating: (stars out of 42 reviews)

Price: $ 29.05

5 Responses to “Motorola H720 – Headset ( over-the-ear ) – wireless – Bluetooth 2.1 EDR

  • Review by J. Fitzgerald

    J. Fitzgerald
    I have owned an H700 revision B that was always difficult to pair with my Motorola RIZR phone, and I was never really happy with it overall. It was always flaky and finally died, so I took it apart to see if I could repair it, it’s dead. It has a Broadcom Bluetooth chipset. My brother has the same model Revision C that still works and has been a much better unit overall. I bought both units from different vendors about a month apart, about three years ago at holiday time.

    When I looked hard at the various new models I could find very few that sit against the ear, which is what I like. I strongly dislike the kind that fit in the ear canal. I decided that I would try Motorola again but I was really looking at other brands. Motorola has done a fantastic job with this new H720. I have owned it for about a month now and I really like it. It pairs very easily, fits well around the ear and the sound quality is much better. Overall I am very pleased with the new H720.

    Buyers should take notice that the new H720 wall charger comes in MICRO USB and they may need or want to purchase new car chargers or MICRO/MINI adapters that convert to MINI USB. All my past Motorola gear (except new H720) has the MINI USB plug.

  • Review by Russ R

    Russ R
    I can not stand having ‘in the ear’ bluetooth’s. This product fits over the ear and provides great sound quality both to the caller and to me from the caller.

  • Review by jennsams

    Had the H715 and loved it but unfortunately it died. Purchased the H720 and it’s ok but I have almost daily problems getting it to connect. I also do not understand why they replaced the nice big indicator light that the H715 had with the teeny tiny pinhole light on the H720. If you’re having any problems and are trying to read the lights while going down the road, you’re going to have a wreck because you cannot just glance at it like you could the H715. And if the sun is bright, you can just forget being able to see it at all! Other than that, sound quality is great, comfort is excellent, talk time and standby time are exceptional.

  • Review by Dan C.

    Dan C.
    My wife drove over her Motorla H715 and it was pretty much toast after that. I like the way the blue tooth turned on by opening the mic boom and wanted a similar set up. I found the H720 and made the plunge. It works great! Easy to turn on and the volume is great.

  • Review by videlicet

    This “update” of the H710 lacks multi-point. The inability to pair to more than one phone is a deal killer for me…. FYI the mic isn’t in the boom but rather on the body. Some argue this makes it more reliable. Some argue it sounds worse. It sounds pretty similar to me, but I never had reliability problems with the H710 either.

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