The Motorola MOTOPURE H15 Bluetooth headset is clearly a design based on its Motorola’s early model HS850 with several improvements thrown in making somewhat simple bluetooth headset with a good quality sound and a sturdy body. The Motorola MOTOPURE H15 Bluetooth headset has got the stylish fold down boom mic which is also used to turn on and turn off the device. The Motorola MOTOPURE H15 Bluetooth headset also uses the CrystalTalk that Motorola has provided in many of its models which delivers crystal clear audio in both incoming and outgoing.
The Motorola MOTOPURE H15 Bluetooth headset is very compact in comparison to the HS850 but is a bit heavy and feels awkward in your ear until you get used to it. The Motorola MOTOPURE H15 Bluetooth headset ships in with three different sized earpieces so you will be able to find a size that willll fit snugly into your ears. The 39mm x 24mm x 12mmmeasures 39mm x 24mm x 12mm and weighs about 15 gm. With a classy black colour the Motorola MOTOPURE H15 Bluetooth headset has only 2 functional buttons- a multi function button and the volume rocker. Like Motorola does with most of its bluetooth headsets It provides the clear plastic ear hook that helps secure the Motorola MOTOPURE H15 Bluetooth headset in place firmly to cope with the awkward design. Because the device gets powered down when the boom mic is flipped the standby time can be stretched for many days. The talktime offered by the device is of 4-5 hours.
The Motorola MOTOPURE H15 Bluetooth headset gives all the typical features in a bluetooth headset despite having just two control buttons like answering and ending calls, muting and unmuting, redial, and voice dialing.