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headset for VX 4400

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by glenn, Jul 3, 2004.

  1. Elector

    Elector Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > peter_may_day wrote:
    > > Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    large ear
    > > piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    head.
    >
    > Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    > the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    > Jabra considers standard.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >


    With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.

    Elector
     



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  2. Elector

    Elector Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > peter_may_day wrote:
    > > Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    large ear
    > > piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    head.
    >
    > Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    > the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    > Jabra considers standard.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >


    With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.

    Elector
     
  3. Elector

    Elector Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > peter_may_day wrote:
    > > Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    large ear
    > > piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    head.
    >
    > Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    > the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    > Jabra considers standard.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >


    With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.

    Elector
     
  4. Elector

    Elector Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > peter_may_day wrote:
    > > Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    large ear
    > > piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    head.
    >
    > Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    > the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    > Jabra considers standard.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >


    With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.

    Elector
     
  5. Elector

    Elector Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > peter_may_day wrote:
    > > Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    large ear
    > > piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    head.
    >
    > Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    > the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    > Jabra considers standard.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >


    With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.

    Elector
     
  6. Elector

    Elector Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > peter_may_day wrote:
    > > Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    large ear
    > > piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    head.
    >
    > Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    > the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    > Jabra considers standard.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >


    With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.

    Elector
     
  7. Elector

    Elector Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > peter_may_day wrote:
    > > Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    large ear
    > > piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    head.
    >
    > Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    > the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    > Jabra considers standard.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >


    With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.

    Elector
     
  8. Elector

    Elector Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > peter_may_day wrote:
    > > Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    large ear
    > > piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    head.
    >
    > Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    > the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    > Jabra considers standard.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >


    With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.

    Elector
     
  9. Elector

    Elector Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > peter_may_day wrote:
    > > Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    large ear
    > > piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    head.
    >
    > Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    > the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    > Jabra considers standard.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >


    With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.

    Elector
     
  10. Elector

    Elector Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > peter_may_day wrote:
    > > Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    large ear
    > > piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    head.
    >
    > Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    > the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    > Jabra considers standard.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >


    With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.

    Elector
     
  11. Elector

    Elector Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > peter_may_day wrote:
    > > Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    large ear
    > > piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    head.
    >
    > Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    > the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    > Jabra considers standard.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >


    With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.

    Elector
     
  12. Larry

    Larry Guest

    I've been using the M135 by Plantronics since I've had this phone. I
    like it, because there is a volume and mute control. I don't like it
    because the "clips" that fit over the ear to keep it in place tend to
    break easily ... and they are somewhat uncomfortable after wearing them
    for long periods.

    Plantronics sent me the MX-100 to try (long story). The MX-100 doesn't
    have the traditional ear clip ... it stays on via a newly-designed
    smaller ear clip that anchors on the bottom of the ear rather than the
    top. It is more comfortable (takes some getting used to), but there is
    no volume control and no mute.

    I'm probably going back to the M-135.

    Larry E.

    Elector wrote:
    > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    >
    >>peter_may_day wrote:
    >>
    >>>Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    >
    > large ear
    >
    >>>piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    >
    > head.
    >
    >>Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    >>the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    >>Jabra considers standard.
    >>
    >>Roger
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    > With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.
    >
    > Elector
    >
    >
     
  13. Larry

    Larry Guest

    I've been using the M135 by Plantronics since I've had this phone. I
    like it, because there is a volume and mute control. I don't like it
    because the "clips" that fit over the ear to keep it in place tend to
    break easily ... and they are somewhat uncomfortable after wearing them
    for long periods.

    Plantronics sent me the MX-100 to try (long story). The MX-100 doesn't
    have the traditional ear clip ... it stays on via a newly-designed
    smaller ear clip that anchors on the bottom of the ear rather than the
    top. It is more comfortable (takes some getting used to), but there is
    no volume control and no mute.

    I'm probably going back to the M-135.

    Larry E.

    Elector wrote:
    > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    >
    >>peter_may_day wrote:
    >>
    >>>Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    >
    > large ear
    >
    >>>piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    >
    > head.
    >
    >>Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    >>the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    >>Jabra considers standard.
    >>
    >>Roger
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    > With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.
    >
    > Elector
    >
    >
     
  14. Larry

    Larry Guest

    I've been using the M135 by Plantronics since I've had this phone. I
    like it, because there is a volume and mute control. I don't like it
    because the "clips" that fit over the ear to keep it in place tend to
    break easily ... and they are somewhat uncomfortable after wearing them
    for long periods.

    Plantronics sent me the MX-100 to try (long story). The MX-100 doesn't
    have the traditional ear clip ... it stays on via a newly-designed
    smaller ear clip that anchors on the bottom of the ear rather than the
    top. It is more comfortable (takes some getting used to), but there is
    no volume control and no mute.

    I'm probably going back to the M-135.

    Larry E.

    Elector wrote:
    > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    >
    >>peter_may_day wrote:
    >>
    >>>Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    >
    > large ear
    >
    >>>piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    >
    > head.
    >
    >>Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    >>the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    >>Jabra considers standard.
    >>
    >>Roger
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    > With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.
    >
    > Elector
    >
    >
     
  15. Larry

    Larry Guest

    I've been using the M135 by Plantronics since I've had this phone. I
    like it, because there is a volume and mute control. I don't like it
    because the "clips" that fit over the ear to keep it in place tend to
    break easily ... and they are somewhat uncomfortable after wearing them
    for long periods.

    Plantronics sent me the MX-100 to try (long story). The MX-100 doesn't
    have the traditional ear clip ... it stays on via a newly-designed
    smaller ear clip that anchors on the bottom of the ear rather than the
    top. It is more comfortable (takes some getting used to), but there is
    no volume control and no mute.

    I'm probably going back to the M-135.

    Larry E.

    Elector wrote:
    > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    >
    >>peter_may_day wrote:
    >>
    >>>Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    >
    > large ear
    >
    >>>piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    >
    > head.
    >
    >>Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    >>the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    >>Jabra considers standard.
    >>
    >>Roger
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    > With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.
    >
    > Elector
    >
    >
     
  16. Larry

    Larry Guest

    I've been using the M135 by Plantronics since I've had this phone. I
    like it, because there is a volume and mute control. I don't like it
    because the "clips" that fit over the ear to keep it in place tend to
    break easily ... and they are somewhat uncomfortable after wearing them
    for long periods.

    Plantronics sent me the MX-100 to try (long story). The MX-100 doesn't
    have the traditional ear clip ... it stays on via a newly-designed
    smaller ear clip that anchors on the bottom of the ear rather than the
    top. It is more comfortable (takes some getting used to), but there is
    no volume control and no mute.

    I'm probably going back to the M-135.

    Larry E.

    Elector wrote:
    > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    >
    >>peter_may_day wrote:
    >>
    >>>Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    >
    > large ear
    >
    >>>piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    >
    > head.
    >
    >>Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    >>the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    >>Jabra considers standard.
    >>
    >>Roger
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    > With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.
    >
    > Elector
    >
    >
     
  17. Larry

    Larry Guest

    I've been using the M135 by Plantronics since I've had this phone. I
    like it, because there is a volume and mute control. I don't like it
    because the "clips" that fit over the ear to keep it in place tend to
    break easily ... and they are somewhat uncomfortable after wearing them
    for long periods.

    Plantronics sent me the MX-100 to try (long story). The MX-100 doesn't
    have the traditional ear clip ... it stays on via a newly-designed
    smaller ear clip that anchors on the bottom of the ear rather than the
    top. It is more comfortable (takes some getting used to), but there is
    no volume control and no mute.

    I'm probably going back to the M-135.

    Larry E.

    Elector wrote:
    > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    >
    >>peter_may_day wrote:
    >>
    >>>Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    >
    > large ear
    >
    >>>piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    >
    > head.
    >
    >>Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    >>the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    >>Jabra considers standard.
    >>
    >>Roger
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    > With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.
    >
    > Elector
    >
    >
     
  18. Larry

    Larry Guest

    I've been using the M135 by Plantronics since I've had this phone. I
    like it, because there is a volume and mute control. I don't like it
    because the "clips" that fit over the ear to keep it in place tend to
    break easily ... and they are somewhat uncomfortable after wearing them
    for long periods.

    Plantronics sent me the MX-100 to try (long story). The MX-100 doesn't
    have the traditional ear clip ... it stays on via a newly-designed
    smaller ear clip that anchors on the bottom of the ear rather than the
    top. It is more comfortable (takes some getting used to), but there is
    no volume control and no mute.

    I'm probably going back to the M-135.

    Larry E.

    Elector wrote:
    > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    >
    >>peter_may_day wrote:
    >>
    >>>Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    >
    > large ear
    >
    >>>piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    >
    > head.
    >
    >>Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    >>the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    >>Jabra considers standard.
    >>
    >>Roger
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    > With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.
    >
    > Elector
    >
    >
     
  19. Larry

    Larry Guest

    I've been using the M135 by Plantronics since I've had this phone. I
    like it, because there is a volume and mute control. I don't like it
    because the "clips" that fit over the ear to keep it in place tend to
    break easily ... and they are somewhat uncomfortable after wearing them
    for long periods.

    Plantronics sent me the MX-100 to try (long story). The MX-100 doesn't
    have the traditional ear clip ... it stays on via a newly-designed
    smaller ear clip that anchors on the bottom of the ear rather than the
    top. It is more comfortable (takes some getting used to), but there is
    no volume control and no mute.

    I'm probably going back to the M-135.

    Larry E.

    Elector wrote:
    > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    >
    >>peter_may_day wrote:
    >>
    >>>Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    >
    > large ear
    >
    >>>piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    >
    > head.
    >
    >>Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    >>the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    >>Jabra considers standard.
    >>
    >>Roger
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    > With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.
    >
    > Elector
    >
    >
     
  20. Larry

    Larry Guest

    I've been using the M135 by Plantronics since I've had this phone. I
    like it, because there is a volume and mute control. I don't like it
    because the "clips" that fit over the ear to keep it in place tend to
    break easily ... and they are somewhat uncomfortable after wearing them
    for long periods.

    Plantronics sent me the MX-100 to try (long story). The MX-100 doesn't
    have the traditional ear clip ... it stays on via a newly-designed
    smaller ear clip that anchors on the bottom of the ear rather than the
    top. It is more comfortable (takes some getting used to), but there is
    no volume control and no mute.

    I'm probably going back to the M-135.

    Larry E.

    Elector wrote:
    > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > news:br8kr1-3nc.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    >
    >>peter_may_day wrote:
    >>
    >>>Even the small ones bother me after a while. I am looking at the

    >
    > large ear
    >
    >>>piece, and thinking, who are these people with big holes in there

    >
    > head.
    >
    >>Me :) I'm 6'4" and built like a rugby player. My problem is that
    >>the ridges and lines of my ear are different than whatever
    >>Jabra considers standard.
    >>
    >>Roger
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    > With the cordless Jabra it came with 3 different sizes.
    >
    > Elector
    >
    >
     

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