Motorola goes over-ear

The Motorola S11-FLEX HD uses a wild over-ear design.
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Rightside up or upside down

With its unconventional design, it's hard to tell at first which end is up on the Motorola S11-FLEX HD.
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Headset from the future

Its futuristic design is even more striking from this angle.
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One button controls much

On the left side of the Motorola S11-FLEX HD, along its bottom edge is the multifunction button. It answers calls and controls playback of audio tracks.
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Swivel that earbud

The Motorola S11-FLEX HD's earbuds swivel and tilt to offer a more comfortable fit.
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Mercy for eyeglass wearers

Thankfully the Motorola S11-FLEX HD offers some room to work around eyeglasses, but it does take a few moments to strap on successfully.
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Extra adjustment options

Inside the Motorola S11-FLEX HD's box are extra eartips of different sizes and a strap for more stability.
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