Motorola W376 Prepaid Phone with Double Minutes for Life (Tracfone)

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  1. T. Rubidoux says:
    108 of 110 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great phone and great service., October 18, 2008
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    T. Rubidoux (Springfield,IL) –
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    This review is from: Motorola W376 Prepaid Phone with Double Minutes for Life (Tracfone) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I usually don’t write reviews, but I just want make a few comments about Tracfone. I got my Motorola tracfone stolen a month ago and Tracfone was kind enough to transfer my minutes (over 1000) to a new Tracfone. They didn’t have to do this but they did. As far as the phone goes – this Motorola w376 is the best tracfone you can get. It feels solid, it has great battery life, camera, good clearity and unlimited double minutes. The tracfone service is very good. I’ve never been unable to use my phone and I travel alot and everywhere. To sum it up, this is a great phone and a great company and you can’t go wrong here.

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  2. R. E. WORSLEY says:
    54 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Motorola W376 TracFone is Back., December 27, 2008
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    R. E. WORSLEY (LEESBURG, FL. United States) –
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    This review is from: Motorola W376 Prepaid Phone with Double Minutes for Life (Tracfone) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I am pleased that Amazon has seen fit to return this fine phone to their stock, even if it comes from Target.com. This phone has many features for the just under $30 price and I highly recommend it. In addition to the description, the camera has a 4X telephoto lens and produces acceptable pictures. The “phonebook” holds 500 entries and talk time is closer to 8 hours. To access the owners manual, go to TracFone.com and select this model. From there you may download and print the Motorola manual.
    This is my second cell phone from TracFone and have never experienced a problem with reception or customer service. Their coverage is as good as the “big” networks without the need of a more expensive contract. Now, this phone comes with double minutes for the life of the phone. For a modern looking phone with lots of extras, this is a very good buy. Get one.

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  3. Huns says:
    28 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    You probably won’t hate them, but they simply aren’t the best., November 3, 2009
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    Huns (Pomona, CA United States) –

    This review is from: Bose Aviation Headset X (Portable with Straight Cable) (Electronics)

    I bought a Bose Aviation X headset about six months ago. I found it to be very comfortable – the best, in fact. The clamping force is practically nonexistent, so wearing these all day should be no problem. It is a little pricey, but what’s a thousand dollars when you want to protect your hearing? No one wants to get a hearing aid. The sound attenuation is pretty good, I’d have to say, noticeably better than cheap (sub-$400) ANRs.

    About a month ago, I got a Lightspeed Zulu headset. The Zulu has a marginally higher clamping force, feels like maybe a few grams. I don’t think it is noticeable, and I’ve worn the Zulu for flights lasting several hours with no discomfort. (Cheaper ANR headsets have had me pulling at the phones to relieve pressure.) It does a better job at attenuating noise than the Bose. I’ll say it again: IT ATTENUATES SOUND BETTER THAN THE BOSE. …And it has an audio port for MP3 players and cell phones. …AND it has Bluetooth, also for cell phones. …And it has treble, bass, and a sort of “faux surround sound” option called Front Row Center, which makes the sound a bit fuller. …And it will turn down the music when someone calls you on the radio.

    …AND… it is about $150 cheaper, depending on where you get it.

    How is it that Bose is charging HUNDREDS more for inferior attenuation and ZERO aux audio input? Hint: They’re Bose. People who don’t know any better think Bose is the best there is. While you won’t HATE your Aviation X headset, the presence of the Zulu at a significantly lower price, with better features, and which simply does a better job at what an ANR headset is supposed to be really good at… sorry. Not a good value. Not at all.

    Do yourself a favor. Go to Aircraft Spruce or some other aviation shop. Try them both on. The Bose has only one advantage, and that is a MARGINALLY lighter clamping force. Is that worth $150 to you? It certainly wasn’t to me.

    By the way, I’ve sent other Lightspeed headsets in for service and got FANTASTIC help. Lightspeed is known for replacing stuff that’s YEARS out of warranty. Go on any aviation forum and ask around. Bose doesn’t have that reputation.

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  4. Corey Hightower says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great product, August 27, 2009
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    Corey Hightower (San Diego, Ca) –
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    This review is from: Bose Aviation Headset X (Portable with Straight Cable) (Electronics)

    In response to a previous review….

    Any headset pushes your sunglasses into your head behind your ears. Myself and every other experianced pilot I know uses these headsets. They are extremely comfy!!! They also work very well at canceling out variable noises coming from the engine which helps when communicating with someone via radio. They are very expensive…. possibly over priced…. But they are amazing at making the flying experience more amazing.

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  5. A. Boran says:
    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Ok product, way overpriced, Horrible customer service, January 4, 2010
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    A. Boran
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    This review is from: Bose Aviation Headset X (Portable with Straight Cable) (Electronics)

    This is an ok product. Not great but ok.
    Customer service on the other hand is horrible. I had a plastic part (one of the earcup holders) broken during transit, and the company wouldnt sell me just the part. Instead they wanted to charge their so called “flat service rate” of $175.
    I am sure there are/will better and more reasonably priced products out there.
    Beware!

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