Arguably the best feature on the Motorola H700 is its PowerFlip foldable microphone. As with the HS850, folding the boom mic out turns on the headset, while folding it back in turns it off. This makes it incredibly easy to answer and end calls; you just flip it down to answer and flip it up to end. The reversible ergonomic ear hook has a rubberized back designed to cradle the ear, making for a very comfortable fit. Also, because the earpiece rests against the ear instead of inside it, you'll hardly realize you're wearing it.
There are three buttons on the Motorola H700: the large multifunction button is in the middle, and there's a volume control on each side. The multifunction button starts and ends calls, doubles as a pairing button, and glows blue when it is turned on. The buttons are all easy to press, although the volume controls may seem a bit small for larger hands. On top of the H700 is the charger port.
We tested the Motorola H700 with the Nokia 7380 and the Samsung SGH-D357 and were able to pair the devices with the headset without a problem. Phone calls sounded loud and clear, and although sound quality slightly diminished in noisier environments, it wasn't significant. Callers heard us without any problems. Aside from letting you answer, end, and reject calls, the Motorola H700 supports voice dialing, three-way calling, last-number redialing, call waiting, and putting a call on hold or on mute.
The Motorola H700 comes with a standard Motorola USB charger; however, if you have an existing Motorola cell phone, you can just use the one charger to juice up both your phone and the H700. The Motorola H700 has a rated talk time of 6 hours and a standby time of five days.