Review: Blue Wi Nighthawk Bluetooth Microphone

Review: Blue Wi Nighthawk Bluetooth Microphone
December 03 16:08 2013 Print This Article

Recently I’ve had the chance to review the Blue Wi Nighthawk Bluetooth Microphone. This is a wired headset that uses a torpedo shaped earbud that goes into your ear, giving you high quality audio. To keep things short, this product is just simply amazing. It isn’t the prettiest device at all, but it’s functional and with an extremely long battery life of over 10 hours, functionality comes before aesthetics.


Pairing the headset is just like any standard headset, very simple. Personally, I found this headset to work best with iPhones rather than Android devices, but that isn’t to say it doesn’t work with Android devices, it does.

The Nighthawk is so functional, you can use it with your smartphone, in your car, as a two way radio, as an audio player, as an audio recording device also. The Nighthawk is incredibly powerful and adaptable. Connect to up to 4 Bluetooth devices and fulfill any Bluetooth need on the go all day long. It features a PTT (push to talk) button as well as a multi-function button on the bottom to accept and reject your calls. I didn’t test the PTT functionality as I don’t have a radio, but in terms of receiving and making calls, it certainly shines.


It also comes in a really nice, hard shell, carrying case, something you never see on other Bluetooth headsets. Call quality is excellent as it cuts out background noise with the windscreen that’s built in. I haven’t seen such a high quality Bluetooth headset like the Nighthawk in a long time, if ever.

Here are some specs:

Overall, even though this product is marketed towards law enforcement and security, I do suggest this for the standard consumer looking for a high-end Bluetooth headset that actually functions the way a Bluetooth headset should. More information can be found here.


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Jonathan Yaniv
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