Excellent fit, reasonable audio quality - but poor build quality on ear-thingy
Wise Ant, Amazon
15 April 2009
Summary: The headset's sound quality is reasonable and the price point is good. The headset connects quickly with my phone. What really sold me on it was the fit & lightness. The flexible over-the-ear arm is beautiful and makes for the most comfortable fit. However - this flexible arm is also its weak spot.
Summary: I find the headset to be about as expected. I don't use the headset a lot, so I was looking for one that was fairy cheap-- this certainly was very good value at $22. I find is easy to wear and comfortable. The reception is reasonably good.
Summary: I purchased the Jabra BT125 back in January 2008 when I bought my Samsung Flipshot. Actually, we got two on a discount from Best Buy. As of currently, I have lost the bluetooth for a few months and have no clue where it is.
Summary: This product doesn't cost much and isn't worth much. Sound quality is not very good,the sound cuts sometimes. Comfort wise it's fine for me. But for the price i paid( 23$) i can't really complain.
Summary: This is a good, but fairly basic headset that can do what it needs to without any frills. It allows you to make and take calls and, if your phone is capable and programmed for it, you can use it for voice dialing with good clarity.
Summary: The Jabra BT125 is a pretty good headset but the damn thing blinks all the time and drives me crazy. The blinking is distracting to everyone around me and very distracting to me when it is dark (rooms or nights). That blue light bounces off of everything. I look like some kind of a lighthouse.
Summary: I got the headset free with Warhawk for PS3 (GREAT GAME)and decided to use it with my BT phone. I'm a truck driver and I need my hands free to do my job. When I first received the phone I pulled it out and inspected its quality.