The BlueAnt Q3, like the Q2 model before it, is crafted in smooth curves and has a thin profile. The compact BlueAnt Q3 fits easily in the hand and is very portable. Inside the BlueAnt Q3's box you'll find multiple rubbery eartips plus an ear loop attachment to add more stability. On the inside edge of the BlueAnt Q3 sits its power switch. That means you'll have to turn it on before placing the device in your ear. The front side of the BlueAnt Q3 features a perforated surface that acts to block wind noise. An indicator light and a command button are here as well.
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