Motorola Bluetooth Headsets: Latest Models 2019/2018


A truly global brand, Motorola made its mark as a pioneer in the wireless communications industry, if only with their StarTAC and RAZR cell phone lines, which were iconic flip phone models in the 1990s and early 2000s. Nowadays, they focus on Android cell phones, but they also make a surprisingly vast array of Bluetooth headsets.

Their headsets - mostly mono models -- range from the basic, such as the Motorola H270, to more advanced models with innovations such as sweat proof designs, 40mph wind noise reduction or extended-range (300 feet rather than the usual 30 feet) models. One of them, the Motorola Elite Silver, lets you take calls simply by flipping the microphone tab.

Scan through this selection of Motorola Bluetooth headsets where specs, as well as additional pictures of each model, are included.

Best Model 2019*
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Given its compound rank of 83%, we determined that the Motorola H730 is currently Alphachooser's best Motorola bluetooth headset 2019. We also believe that our 527 reviews sampled from our sources give us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that justifies to call it a "no-brainer best choice."

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With its star rating of 4 averaged from 514 reviews, we rank this Motorola model second best Motorola bluetooth headset. * By the way, our list is based on an in-depth analysis of hundreds of reviews from multiple sources.

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The two latest Motorola sweat-proof bluetooth headsets for sports (as of January, 2019)


The Motorola Verve Rider Plus

Motorola Verve Rider Plus

Avg. rating:
(54%) (149 reviews over 2 sources)

IP57 water- & sweat-proof sports Bluetooth headset with Hubble Connect to locate it if lost, and battery specs that include 30 days of stand-by time and 12 hours of music playback

The Motorola VerveOnes+

Motorola VerveOnes+

Avg. rating:
(50%) (132 reviews over 5 sources)

The IP57-rated VerveOnes+ is a truly wireless and fully waterproof Bluetooth headset that can perform the usual call and music playback functions in addition to features such as audio pass-through, six different audio profiles, and earbud location -- although connection to the Hubble Connect app is needed for these extra functions.
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Six Motorola light headsets


The Motorola Boom 2

Motorola Boom 2

Avg. rating:
(63%) (662 reviews over 6 sources)

This NFC Bluetooth headset boasts an approximate six hours of talk time, various wearing styles (in-ear gel, over-ear hook, or a combination), and a feature that lets you flip the boom to answer a call.

The Motorola Boom

Motorola Boom

Avg. rating:
(71%) (752 reviews over 5 sources)

The Motorola Boom, a 39.54mm-long (49.72mm when boom mic is flipped open) Bluetooth headset, offers a specs list that includes up to six hours of talk time, a 300-foot Bluetooth range, and an auto-off/on feature, which automatically turns off the phone when its boom mic is flipped and shuts it off when folded back in.

The Motorola H19txt

Motorola H19txt

Avg. rating:
(82%) (514 reviews over 2 sources)

Bluetooth headset that lets you take or finish calls by flipping the microphone extension.

The Motorola HK250

Motorola HK250

Avg. rating:
(79%) (175 reviews over 3 sources)

Wireless device with an extended range of up to 300 feet. It is said to provide added comfort during long calls.

The Motorola Elite Sliver

Motorola Elite Sliver

Avg. rating:
(64%) (1793 reviews over 3 sources)

The Elite Sliver sports Bluetooth 3.0 with extended range (300 feet), a rotate-and-go power switch and a charger carrying case.

The Motorola HX550

Motorola HX550

Avg. rating:
(82%) (2451 reviews over 3 sources)

Headset that can be worn three different ways and claims to have amazing audio quality.
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And two of their NFC Bluetooth headsets


The Motorola Boom 2+

Motorola Boom 2+

Avg. rating:
(62%) (591 reviews)

Having an additional two hours of talk time compared to its predecessor, the Boom 2 Plus Bluetooth headset boasts specs including a mid-range talk time of nine hours, an almost average stand-by time of 240 minutes, a battery charge of 15 minutes yielding up to 2.5 hours of call and has IP54 coating, which protects it from light rain, dust, or sweat.

The Motorola ELITE FLIP

Motorola ELITE FLIP

Avg. rating:
(45%) (10 reviews over 2 sources)

High-definition audio headset with voice-commanded texting and multipoint connection.
Don't miss: All the NFC Bluetooth headsets

Five around-the-neck versions


The Motorola VerveLoop+

Motorola VerveLoop+

Avg. rating:
(68%) (224 reviews over 2 sources)

An around-the-neck Bluetooth headset sporting AptX technology for HD audio, Hubble Connect for those who lose track of things, and specs such as a rugged rating of IP57 (sweat- and waterproof), a range of 150 ft, and 15 hours of talk time.

The Motorola Moto Surround

Motorola Moto Surround

Avg. rating:
(66%) (183 reviews over 3 sources)

Mixing a range of 150 feet and specs such as 30 days of standby time and 15 hours of talk time, this around-the-neck Bluetooth headset is coated with an HZO thin film to resist sweat and waterwhile providing HD quality audio through the AptX technology.

The Motorola Buds

Motorola Buds

Avg. rating:
(80%) (43 reviews over 4 sources)

A simple around-the-neck Bluetooth headset with a music equalizer, operating with Bluetooth 3.0 specs and lithium ion batteries and offering a range of 150 feet, a standby time of 17 days and 10 hours of talk time.

The Motorola S11-FLEX HD

Motorola S11-FLEX HD

Avg. rating:
(66%) (1950 reviews over 3 sources)

A custom fit wireless stereo headset that is also designed to be sweat proof.

The Motorola S10-HD

Motorola S10-HD

Avg. rating:
(64%) (71 reviews over 2 sources)

Don't miss: All the around-the-neck bluetooth headsets

Some units


The Motorola H720

Motorola H720

Avg. rating:
(71%) (3539 reviews over 5 sources)


The Motorola HK210

Motorola HK210

Bluetooth headset with 5mph wind resistance

The Motorola Oasis

Motorola Oasis

Avg. rating:
(70%) (538 reviews over 2 sources)

Lightweight and stylish headset with a wind resistance of up to 12mph.

Noise-cancelling models


The Motorola Pulse Escape

Motorola Pulse Escape

Avg. rating:
(77%) (24 reviews over 2 sources)


The Motorola Hint

Motorola Hint

Avg. rating:
(58%) (240 reviews over 4 sources)

A mono headset with a charging case, which makes a big difference by changing a 3.3-hour talk time to 17 hours with the case.

The Motorola Sliver 2

Motorola Sliver 2

Avg. rating:
(70%) (365 reviews over 2 sources)

This small and lightweight (38mm thickness -- one of the smallest -- and 14 grams of weight) mono headset can connect within 300 ft (Class 1 range), has advanced multipoint to handle two devices at the same time, and can add nine more hours to its battery life via a charging case.

The Motorola Whisper

Motorola Whisper

Avg. rating:
(77%) (105 reviews over 2 sources)

In-ear Bluetooth headset built with a movable, noise-reducing, echo-cancelling boom mic that has a long battery life.

The Motorola Finiti

Motorola Finiti

Avg. rating:
(78%) (278 reviews over 3 sources)

Bluetooth headset with wind noise cancellation technology (up to 40mph).

The Motorola CommandOne

Motorola CommandOne

A headset that focuses on speech-recognition handling of text messages and calls.

The Motorola H730

Motorola H730

Avg. rating:
(83%) (527 reviews over 3 sources)

Bluetooth headset that lets you answer calls with a simple flip.

The Motorola H270

Motorola H270

Avg. rating:
(59%) (70 reviews over 2 sources)

Basic Bluetooth headset with simple controls.
Don't miss: All the Noise-cancelling Bluetooth headsets

And other models...


The Motorola VerveOnes

Motorola VerveOnes

Aside from having specs like 12 hours of playback time, a range of 33 feet, and six equalizer presets, this cord-free Bluetooth headset is notable for its feature to be located when misplaced through Hubble Connect.

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