Review: Plantronics Discovery 925 bluetooth headset in Heidi Klum Gold

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It’s funny how the right celebrity can make a product suddenly seem more sexy. I’m not 5’9″ with hazel eyes, but Heidi Klum is, and we both use the same bluetooth headset: the Plantronics Discovery 925 in glittery gold. It’s actually a great piece of equipment &mdash it’s lightweight, the battery lasts forever, and it’s simple v-shaped design is easy to stick in and out of the ear. It also comes with a really pretty rectangular gold case that doubles as a charging station. $150 might sound like a bit much for an earpiece, but it’s nothing compared to what you’d have to pay to replicate the rest of Heidi’s outfit, even if she’s just hanging out a white sweatsuit.

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About Lisa Katayama

I'm a contributing editor here at Boing Boing. I also have a blog (TokyoMango), a book (Urawaza), and I freelance for Wired, Make, the NY Times Magazine, PRI's Studio360, etc. I'm @tokyomango on Twitter.
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3 Responses to Review: Plantronics Discovery 925 bluetooth headset in Heidi Klum Gold

  1. dculberson says:

    Okay, I take back what I said earlier. Heidi Klum doesn’t look like a tool wearing a headset.

    And Lisa, hazel eyes don’t define beauty!

  2. David Carroll says:

    IMHO Lisa and Heidi do have one thing in common: They are both very smart, busy women.

    $150 is reasonable for device like this that works very well and looks good doing it.

  3. ErinHeadsets says:

    I love this headset. I use the pink one. I got it just because it seemed different, but it’s one of the best headsets I’ve used. Easy, comfortable and it sounds really good. And I’ve used a few. ;)

    Erin
    Plantronics Headsets

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