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Motorola T215 Bluetooth Speakerphone Review

This T215 Speakerphone from Motorola is a great Bluetooth accessory for anyone looking for the fastest and easiest way to be up and running with a hands free setup that doesn’t require sticking anything in your ears.

We love the T215. It’s easy to setup, sounds great and the price is right. We’ve seen it under $50 at a variety of online merchants.

We tested the T215 during rush hour on Interstate 280 here in Silicon Valley. Our team was very impressed with the call quality on both ends of the call. The speaker is plenty loud and both ends of the conversation could be heard loud and clear. A bit of wind and road noise can be heard but overall very good sound.The controls are simple and easy to figure out without the manual and the built in visor clip holds the unit nice and tight. 

The T215 is slated for 36 hours of talk time. The battery indicator goes from green to red when it’s time for a recharge. The T215 includes a car charger and can charged indoors as well using a standard micro USB charge that ships with many popular phones including our test unit the LG Env3.

For the technically challenged or not this is a really great offering from Motorola at a very reasonable price. If you’re looking for a painless Bluetooth setup and just can’t stand those obnoxious headsets that always seem to fall out at the wrong time or irritate your ears check out the T215.

Visit Motorola for more information.

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