Sanwa Supply - Bluetooth stereo neckband headset

At Sanwa Supply's online store, Sanwa Direct, the Bluetooth stereo neckband headset GBH-S500 is available for ¥7,389.

The neckband part has a vibration function and a microphone for hands-free phone calls. The vibration can tell you of incoming calls from a paired smartphone, and the vibration function can also be used to prevent against losing the headset or help you to find it - the headset can vibrate up to 10-meters away from the Bluetooth device that is paired up with it.

When wearing regular earphones, when you turn your head to another direction, the earphones tend to fall out of your ears. However, in the case of GBH-S500, since the cables come from the neckband, the earphones do not easily fall out.

It supports Bluetooth 4.0, and HFP/HSP/A2DP/AVRCP/SPP profiles. It can pair up with up to 2 devices at the same time.

  • Weight: 26g
  • Charge time: 1.5 hours
  • Battery life: 6.5 hours (phone call), 220 hours (standby), 6.5 hours (continuous audio playback)
  • Cable length: 22cm

 

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