Summary: This is an awesome tool for those that want to use a regular a handset with their iPhone. This handset will charge your phone while it is in the base. I am not sure what other reviews were talking about not auto answering or hanging up with you pick up and place the handset back in the base. I verified with mine and if a call is coming in and I pick up the receiver it will answer the call and when I put the receiver back on the base it ends the call.
Summary: When this works, it is pretty slick. I'm using a Verizon iPhone 4 w/ it and am generally pleased. The good: It looks great and the handset feels solid and sounds good. The handset makes a nice thunk when put in the cradle. It has good range--I can carry it upstairs or outside up to 50 feet away from the base and still have a strong signal. Nice. It's pretty tough; I've dropped it several times. Oops.
Summary: I really like this product since I have done away with a land line at home. I wish the distance was greater but other than that I highly recommend it! It charges my phone and is very easy to connect. I may invest in another one for my second story.
Y. R. Wu "The will to win is nothing without ..., Amazon
5 August 2011
Summary: Summary: Excellent way to keep your phone charged and docked, while keeping face prints off the screen It might just be me, but everytime I use my phone I leave a large face print on the screen, and it's kind of a pain to clean off. I'm used to using the speakerphone function as a result, but there are times when this really isn't the best for either privacy or for being able to hear.
Summary: Things you'll love about the Native Union Moshi Moshi Curve wireless handset: + Well made, doesn't look or feel flimsy or cheap + Stylish curves with a glossy finish + Extremely easy to set up, user friendly + Will pair with 2 iPhones + Works great with computer and Skype + Comes with universal power adapter - will work in any country + High quality audio Things you might or might not appreciate: * Not a hands free device, just an alternate handset * Handset has a range...
Summary: This is a product I will remember for many years to come. Not that it is really great, and not that it is awful. I just for the life of me can't figure out why a product like this, especially at such a high price point, would be appealing to the consumer market. I mean, this product does everything it says it will do, and it does it all extremely well. It looks kind of modern-retro stylish, and it even has a decent feel to it.
Summary: I like this product. It increases the sound quality of my iphone significantly. Like others, I agree it is hard to tell head from tail. I have put a small mark on one end to fix this. The blinking lights don't bother me. This is really for someone that uses their mobile phone as their main phone.... The product is very sleek and feels well built and elegant.
Excellent telephone implementation but iPhone support is not stellar
Joel Avrunin "Electrical Engineer who loves S..., Amazon
29 March 2011
Summary: I received the Moshi Moshi to use with my iPhone 4 and also Microsoft Lync Communicator on my laptop. While I do have an earpiece for my headset, it is often nice to have a real handset, and I was hoping it might sound better than my earpiece. The device exudes a feeling of quality with a weighted base, smooth glossy finish, and a well weighted handset.
Summary: I received this unit as a demo to try it out and write a review. I wanted to first talk about the "blinking lights" since the only other reviewer that has a review for this product gave the device 1 star because of the lights. The blinking lights are NOT that bad. The lights are built into the base and handset and you can not see them when they aren't blinking. When they do blink it is obvious but it's not obnoxious.