By November 2, 2010

Sony Ericsson VH410 Bluetooth Headset Review

Sony Ericsson VH410The Vodafone VH410 Bluetooth headset is manufactured by Sony Ericsson although branded as Vodafone. Part of Sony Ericssons Green Heart range the VH410 is made from recycled materials so if you are concerned about helping the environment then this may be a good choice of headset if you are in the market for one. In a world when anyone who drives needs to be hands free could the Vodafone VH410 be a cost effective solution?

Only one way to find out and that’s to read on.

 

Device: Vodafone VH410

Price: £29.99

Buy it now from: Vodafone

 

What’s in the box:

  • Headset
  • Charger
  • Ear buds
  • Lanyard
  • User Manual

 

Vodafone Sony Ericsson VH410 Specification:

  • Dimensions – 25.2 x 18.0 x 50.4
  • Weight – 11.6g
  • Talk time – up to 10 hours
  • Standby time – up to 350 hours

 

Sony Ericsson VH410

 

Review:

There is only so much you can say about a Bluetooth headset so this will be brief. Over the years I have used dozens and dozens of these things. The Vodafone VH410 is not the best one but it is far from the worst. It performs just as it should delivering a reasonable quality sound and noise cancelation. The device is the traditional in ear sort and I did find that after wearing it for a while it became uncomfortable, although I have found this with nearly all headsets over the years. As well as the in ear bud (various sizes supplied) the device also comes with a ear hook. This can be removed if required. I hate the ear hooks so it was straight off when I used it.

One feature I really like is that you can pair more than one phone with the device, perfect if you carry two phones and don’t want the hassle and expense of using two headsets. The headset is lightweight and a decent size. The build quality feels pretty good and with its interchangeable ear pieces you can get a snug fit.

 

Conclusion:

At only £29.99 the Vodafone VH410 is good value for money in my opinion. I have used various really cheap ones and they just don’t last. Combined with its performance and the fact that Sony Ericsson have made it environmentally friendly if you are looking for a mid range headset I would give this one a go. Pop along to your local Vodafone store and check it out.

 

Posted by: James

About the Author:

Five year veteran of the site. BlackBerry specialist, but experienced in most operating systems. Enjoys flower arranging and cross stitch.
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