Talking on the phone while driving is bad, you guys. Seriously. Statistics show that 76% of car accidents are caused by drivers one-arming the wheel and holding a phone in the other. Okay, we just made that up, but one-arm driving is still bad.

But what do you do if you really need to take that call while on the highway? You get a Plantronics headset, of course. We figure the reason so many people forgo headsets is because they’re just so… not attractive. You got that big old loan, got yourself a nice car to show everyone who’s boss, only to look like Willy Wonka with some weird plastic thing sticking out the side of your head.

Well, that won’t be the case with the Plantronics M70 Bluetooth Headset. Not only is this thing minimalistic, but they somehow managed to make those few inches of plastic look stylish. You almost want to wear it, even when you don’t need to.

Connecting it to your phone, though? That might not be as pleasant of an experience. For all its perks, we’ve always found bluetooth to be a bit messy. In some cases, you might have a stroke of fortune and get the headset to work without much hassle, but in most, you’ll be reaching for the Plantronics M70 manual in order to get the two devices to mingle (hopefully not while driving, though).

Where can I get the Plantronics M70 User Manual?

As you probably figured by now, the instructions cover set-ups for virtually every device you could think of, whether we’re talking a smartphone, a computer or some alien technology we still haven’t encountered. The Plantronics M70 user manual will help you achieve the earpiece-carrying federal agent look you’ve always wanted, and it’s just a click away: http://sharedf.com/documentation/plantronics-m70-owners-instruction-manual/