SWATs that Headset?

Want a bluetooth headset that makes you feel like you’re part of the Special Services?  Well, Nextlink is to launch its first INVISIO Bluetooth headsets, INVISIO G5 and INVISIO B3 for the consumer market.

As used by SWAT Teams and Special Forces across the globe “to meet needs in extreme conditions”.

The INVISIO G5 is a very discreet wireless headset weighing less than 6 grams. It is 3.3 cm long and 1.6 cm wide, which makes it the lightest and smallest Bluetooth-enabled headset in the world – as you’d expect from covert types.

Three buttons control the headset and it has a protective case but this not only protects the headset when stowed in a pocket or bag, but also charges the headset while on-the-go.

Without the on-the-go charging the headset provides up to 4 hours talk time and 150 hours of standby time but the case brings the talk time up to 20 hours and the standby time up to 30 days.

The INVISIO G5 is worn using the patented left- or right-eared “Soft Spring” that apparently adapts perfectly to the contours of the ear, also allowing easy use of eye wear with supreme comfort.

Nextlink also introduce an entry level headset, the INVISIO B3, a lightweight, Bluetooth headset that provides up to 6 hours talk time and up to 170 hours of stand-by.

The G5 is priced at £79.99, while the B3 is £29.99.

News pilfered from Pocket Lint