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    The Eaglewood Bluetooth Earpiece is a Windows Phone accessory to consider for those in the market for a hands-free solution in the tiniest of packages. Measuring approximately an inch high and weighing just 22 grams (.8 ounces) it is an in-ear device that you should be able to pop in your ear and forget about it.
    I ran across the Eaglewood Bluetooth Earpiece while browsing the shelves at Amazon.com and the design jumped off the screen. A small, in-ear Bluetooth device should be a fantastic hands-free solution and the low cost helped add to the appeal. But are you getting what you paid for? A $15 earpiece with a performance level to match?
    While I see this style of Bluetooth earpieces being popular, the Eaglewood does have room for improvement. However, for a low-cost earpiece, the Eaglewood Bluetooth Earpiece performed surprisingly well.

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    04-29-2016 08:11 AM

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