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Kinivo Bluetooth Stereo Headset #GiftIdea



Hey All!

Here is a really nice gift idea!  Kinivo's Bluetooth Stereo Headset would really make some one happy

The Kinivo BTH 220 Bluetooth Stereo Headset  gives up to 8 hours music time before needing recharged.  It comes with a carrying pouch and a USB charging cable.  The headset is designed to be worn back-hang style.  They fold up nicely to fit in the pouch for easy carrying.  This is perfect for wearing while exercising, traveling, at a park, anywhere you want to be able to listen to your music without wires to get in the way.




I will be using mine on the treadmill.  I might have to share of course!  Once you know where the control buttons are on the earpiece, it is quite easy to adjust volume or skip forward or backwards.  The headset works up to approx. 10 meters from your device that it is paired with.  Recharging takes about 2-3 hours.  Simply plug the USB provided into the headset and then into a laptop or other charging device.



The bluetooth headset also works with smartphones.  I can not actually try this, but you can switch back and forth from listening to music, teaching, preaching, etc. and swap over to a phone call.  If I owned a smartphone I would really like this feature.



The headset was easy to set up.  After charging, it took just seconds to pair it with my iPod, by following the directions.  The headset can be paired with up to 5 devices.  When turned on it will pair up with the last device it was used with.


I am sure at least one of my neighbors has at least one person on their list that could use a nice Bluetooth headset like this.  You can purchase the Kinivo (Kee-Nee-Voh) BTH 220 Bluetooth Stereo Headset on Amazon - HERE.  Thank you for stopping in.  See you soon.

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Unknown said…
Oh my gosh my fiance would just love these! Thank you for this review!

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