After I ran over my mobile phone-a *Motorola V400*-and had it replaced with it a *Motorola *V551 Bluetooth enabled phone, I needed a Bluetooth enabled headset to go along with it. *Motorola* offers an ever increasing number of Bluetooth enabled headphones to choose from; I decided on the smallest, the *Motorola* **HS820**. The **HS820** is a handsome bit of craftsmanship. The small microphone/headset weighs less then 1 oz, and is so light I often forget it is attached to my ear even after hours of wearing it. The form-fitting ear-clip is fashioned with a soft rubber coating that makes it easy to slip the **HS820** over either ear even with glasses on. In the middle of the headset body is a single multi-function button that not only turns the unit on and off, but also serves to connect the **HS820** to the phone via Bluetooth. The button also can initiate and end phone calls. Directly in front of this button is a blue LED emblazoned with the famous *Motorola *wings. The top and bottom of the unit house volume control buttons, while the front of the unit is fitted with a microphone. In the back of the **HS820 **is where one plugs in the charger. It just so happens that the V551 phone and the microphone share the same charger. Can you say instant spare? **My Viewpoint** Before purchasing the **HS820 **headset I read quite a few review of the product that that complained about the sound quality. Quite frankly they made me hesitate before finally deciding to purchase the unit, however I have not experienced any sound quality problems, knock on wood. Even at highway speeds to sound quality seems to hold. Unlike other Bluetooth headsets the **HS820** does not have a boom microphone so speaking loud and clear is a must. But I do not shout when I speak into the headset; no doubt my vocal cords are glad to hear that. Out of the box *Motorola* highly recommends you charge the **HS820** for two hours before first use. Afterwards you can use the unit to it full capacity. *Motorola* claims up to 100 hours of standby time, and 300 minutes of talk time. The blue LED will light when the **HS820** is charging and it will automatically stop charging when the battery is full. This helps prevent damage to the battery. **Conclusion** After years of searching to the perfect microphone/ headset for my mobile phone needs, I think I have finally found the perfect mate in the *Motorola* **HS820.** Small, extremely lightweight, attractive, and functional, the **HS820** fit my modest needs, and does it in style. The **HS820** is the perfect combination of technology and simplicity; Motorola does it again and does it in style.