The scope of supply is quite ample: the Bluetooth headset comes with a docking station, a car mount for the air vents, a micro-USB charging cable, two ear hooks and three ear tips in different sizes
The Knight Pro is simple and elegant space decorated in gray and can keep up visually seen in my opinion with headsets from well known brand manufactures.
Despite the English manual commissioning is very easy:
Before you can use the headset, you should charge it with the micro-USB charging cable to a USB port for about 2 hours. Both the headset itself and the charging station has a Micro USB port for charging (So far I have only to connect the headset used to charge, because the socket so tightly went to the charging station and I wanted to not break anything. But I think, I'm just overly cautious.). When charging a red light on the headset, and when the charging cycle is complete the color changes to blue.
The Paring your headset with your Bluetooth device works fine without error - I think I need not explain in more detail.
At this point it should be mentioned that the headset is held in the charging station by means of magnets. This is especially handy when the charging station is installed in the car in the air vents of the air conditioner. The magnets hold the headset really great, so it does not fall off while driving. If you call, for example - while the headset is in the charging station - so the driver can solve the headset with a handle of the magnetic holder, put on the ear and the call is answered directly. An uncomplicated and safe procedure!
A few facts:
Bluetooth standard: Bluetooth V4.0
Frequency range: 2.4 GHz
Range: 30 feet / approximately 9.14 m
Talk time: up to 4.5 hours
Standby time: up to 100 hours
Charging time: 2 hours
The iPhone 6 compatibility:
What can you say? The device delivers what it promises. The coupling of two equipment works flawlessly. The voice control with Siri has never been easier with a headset and you can - if you want them - even stream music to the headset.
My tip for motorists:
I have no USB port in the car and have therefore brought me a cigarette lighter adapter to charge the headset. This is very handy and you have nothing to worry about how long the battery lasts over long distances.
In addition to a brilliant voice quality - which the MPOW Ritter per Bluetooth headset actually has - a high wearing comfort is really very important to me personally. Often the earplugs from other manufacturers are much too big and much too hard, so you can not wear long the device, otherwise it causes pain. But I'm really lucky with the knight pro - you can choose between a small, medium and large ear plugs - and the small earbuds fit perfectly without pushing! The ear hook can be quite a bit more comfortable, but it is practically / minimalistic and I even think that wearing glasses will not interfere with this headset.