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>> I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor for CNET.com. And this is the Plantronics Explorer 370, and it is a rugged bluetooth headset. Probably the world's first rugged bluetooth headset that I know of. And that means it is manufactured to withstand elements. It's military certified to be water resistant, shock resistant, dust resistant. It also has a windshield technology. This is one tough headset. Like we dunked it in water, we threw it around the office, and it still managed to work pretty well. The sound quality is pretty good. The fit was a little bit uncomfortable, just because we thought the ear [inaudible] was a little bit stiff and not very flexible in the ear. But you know, it's seventy nine dollars ninety five cents, and this thing will probably last you a lifetime, it's that rugged. My name is Nicole Lee, this has been the Plantronics Explorer 370.
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