Bluetooth for small ears

golfergirl13

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I'm looking for a bluetooth that would fit my small ears. The jawbone is just too big for my ears. I have the motorola H700 and that thing falls off my ears. I heard the motorola H500 isn't that good. I looked at the bluetooth compatibility list thread and there's not a lot of selections for the bluetooth

Anyone have an recommendation for a bluetooth for small ears?
 

Hondamaker

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I'm looking for a bluetooth that would fit my small ears. The jawbone is just too big for my ears. I have the motorola H700 and that thing falls off my ears. I heard the motorola H500 isn't that good. I looked at the bluetooth compatibility list thread and there's not a lot of selections for the bluetooth

Anyone have an recommendation for a bluetooth for small ears?
I would recommend you just look for one of those BT that come with different size ear pieces. My Plantronics has that (cant think of the model).
 
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Ditto what Honda said..i have a plantronics as well, and it comes with multible size ear pieces...very comfortable in the ear, and it has a low profile look to it...btw, seeing as your into golf, i have a Q for you if i may ask...im a beginner and looking for clubs myself, does it matter at my stage of experience...or lack of, what kind of clubs i get?
Thanks in advance.
 

golfergirl13

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Ditto what Honda said..i have a plantronics as well, and it comes with multible size ear pieces...very comfortable in the ear, and it has a low profile look to it...btw, seeing as your into golf, i have a Q for you if i may ask...im a beginner and looking for clubs myself, does it matter at my stage of experience...or lack of, what kind of clubs i get?
Thanks in advance.
When I was a beginner, I got the cheapest clubs just to see if I would like it because golfing can be a very expensive sport. Once I realized I really like to golf, I bought a little bit more expensive clubs.

Also, when you start learning to golf, it might be best to golf at the 9-hole course first. If you start at the 18-hole course, you could become frustrated real quick. By the way, please before you go on the course, make sure you know about golf etiquette.

Well, I hope that helps.

Ok, back to the bluetooth. What kind of plantronics do you have?
 
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Thanks gg, very helpful, I will be getting my clubs at wallyworld then. and possibly a learning dvd on golf etiquette (I'm guessing etiquette has to do with things like no boomboxes blasting ACDC while teeing off. jk)
I have the " plantronics discovery model" got it from the Apple store for 100 bucks. I believe it's about 6 or 8 hours talk time, very nice unit. I looked at the jawbone, but wearing that makes one look like a Borg from Star Trek. The discovery is so small nobody really notices it.
 

rbeforee

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little ears here too

I will be anxious to hear what you eventually select. I too have a problem with ear pieces flying off my little ears. I have never been able to use the buds that come with iPods/iPhones and feel left out of some of the cool toys out there. I do not think my ears are freakishly small ;) but even the small silicon covers do not resolve my issues so far on ear buds... for bluetooth I have been trying for "ages" to find one that feels secure. I only even bother with the type that includes an over-the-ear hook, but these too are designed for larger ears and do not line up with both the top of my ear and my ear canal. I am ready to resort to ear muffs to hold the unit to my head... maybe crochet different colors to match my outfits? That would be discrete.

PS I DID find the the BOSE ear buds small silicon stay in my ears fairly well, but this does not help me with my phone conversations.
 

golfergirl13

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Well, I can cross off Plantronics discovery 925 off my list. I bought it earlier today and tried the small ear gel and the thing didn't even fit in my ear. So, I took it back.
 
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Looking for bluetooth for tiny ear canal, too. Has anyone found anything yet? There must be a manufacturer out there somewhere who has addressed this problem.(n)