Multi-media Stereo Headset & Microphone - Ideal for Skype + Bonus $5 Call Credit Just $12.95

8 April 2007

Price dropped in the sale, SALE PRICE : $12.95 Was $14.95

This Headset with Microphone offers superb sound and reliability. Suitable for use for PC interactive gaming or internet voice chats, this headset will provide you with crystal-clear sound. Best of all, this headset is compatible with SKYPE and other VOIP [Voice over IP] programmes. The wide, cushioned headband helps reduce pressure and increases comfort - enjoy easy listening for hours on end.

As a special offer $5 Call Credit is included!! When you purchase this phone you receive a MyNetFone soft phone user account with $5 call credit, plus a welcome guide and a myNetFone soft phone user guide.

11 comments

  • sandgroper
    http://www.oo.com.au/prod/ELANMME128MY/9b.jpg
  • nod
    free delivery on this now too!
  • sandgroper
    And a price drop, now down to $12.95!! I have edited the first post to reflect the new price.
  • nod
    Just edited the deal for you Sandgroper thanks for letting us know :)
  • Brad
    I have a pair of these, they work well and come with 12 month warranty. BUT don't fall into the trap that I did, the microphone is built into the volume control piece, so you basically have to hold it up to your face while talking which become very annoying. Read about MyNetFone ]here.
  • nod
    You have to hold the microphone all the time?
  • Brad
    For it to pick up the sound, yes you do. :(
  • Brad
    When I purchased a while ago I assumed it would have one on the side.
  • nod
    That is such a stupid idea? Why would you want a headset where you have to hold the mic all the time? Do you think that is a design fault or were they broken when you got them Brad?
  • Brad
    It was just misleading - I thought I was purchasing with a 'microphone' so I assumed that it would be on the side, not built into the volume control. :rolleyes: Was that also your initial thought about it?
  • nod
    What a stupid design. They need to shorten the wire a bit don't they and then maybe the mic would be better. You could tie a few knots in it I suppose :) Thanks for the explanation

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