September 28th 2010 1:51 pm

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Maximum PC says:

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The Motorola S10-HD would be great for listening to music while on the go, exercising, etc but are definitely not a replacement for higher end headphones when you just want to listen to music for enjoyment. quote


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Critic reviews

6.1
5 reviews
  • Voice / mic quality
    6.9
  • Noise reduction
    5.2
  • Sound quality
    6.2
  • Battery life
    8.0
  • Comfort
    7.3
  • Durability
    9.0
  • Design and form factor
    6.8

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User reviews

6.3
9 reviews
7.0
ZDNet Dec 13, 2011

The Motorola S10-HD Bluetooth wireless stereo headset is a good fit for those with an active lifestyle.

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4.0
PC Mag Nov 4, 2010

We're not sure what happened here, but Motorola has blown it with the S10-HD, a stereo Bluetooth headset that sounds markedly worse than the prior model.

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7.0
Maximum PC Feb 11, 2011

The Motorola S10-HD would be great for listening to music while on the go, exercising, etc but are definitely not a replacement for higher end headphones when you just want to listen to music for enjoyment.

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6.0
Android Central Jul 2, 2012

It is great to have a sturdy, sweat proof Bluetooth headset/headphones for working out or being outside. The sound quality, however, coupled with the fact that these can be a bit uncomfortable make it had to keep these in your ears for an extended period of time.

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8.0
CrackBerry Jan 25, 2012

The S10 outperforms previous models with improved BT range, battery life, and moisture protection, yet sacrifices the amazing sound of the S9HD. It works well on a daily basis no matter what environment you're in and offers a new design for a more secure and comfortable fit. 

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5.0
sevendaggers sevendaggers

Was supposed to be an improvement over the first generation. Yes, the design is better in that it does not have as many exposed areas for letting moisture in, this one lasted less than half as long as the first one I had and died a horrible death from normal use and sweat. After 2 tries with...

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5.0
drick drick

The motorola s10 and the Rocketfish are touted as sweatproof. Maybe I have magic sweat but neither tollerated my workouts. I'd pass on these. The Jaybird has been good so far and they have a lifetime sweat warranty.

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8.0
ozsmac ozsmac

Had these headphones for about 4 weeks. Primary use is for exercise, specifically listening to podcasts whilst cycling. So far very happy.

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7.0
ddfj77 ddfj77

I had the S9s and these seem to be a step up, but the volume is VERY low, hard to hear while running on windy days. They pair/connect fast, and are easy to use. The true test will be to see if they make it past the one year mark.

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7.0
duncanator duncanator

The product is great but if I had to pick one thing to complain about, it is that the charging port has worn out on me before causing me to buy another.

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5.0
Markus2530 Markus2530

I like that I can shot hoops without these falling off my head or getting the way. The source does cut in and out at times, these are not meant for people with big heads (it squeezes your head tight if you have a big dome), and if you take a call the person on the other end can hear absolutely...

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