Summary: The Jabra ear piece is a great choice..Especially if you're looking for along lasting time talking product....this is the one to get...I don't have to charge my Jabra BT125 until 2 days. SERIOUSLY..IT WORKS FOR ME...
Summary: I got this headset cause of driving laws. But i got Java because its a good product at a good price and its easy to use. My grandson has one for his play 3 system and i have 2 of them. I could hear my phone conversations clearly even outdoors at's very confortable to wear.
Pros: I bought this headset to connect as a blue tooth head set for my PlayStation 3 console. The sound quality was outstanding and the mic input was awesome. I'm sure it's fine for phones but so a ps3 headset communicator it's tops.
Pros: I've had this unit for over 6 months, and it's worked flawlessly every time. My Razr and it see each other every time it starts up. The one-touch button is good for using the Razr's voice menu; pause-touch redials. No complaints on battery life.
Cons: Can't turn up loud enough to overcome loud background noise. Flashing blue button REALLY flashes bright at night in the car.
Summary: Why did I rate this as "Excellent" when I downgrade it for fit and range? Fit is something almost everybody complains about with BT headsets yet is it something that is specific to each and every user. One may state "most uncomfortable HS I ever wore" while another will state "best fitting HS ever wore". You just need to find the size and style of HS that fits YOU. The range on this IS limited. Yet, for the price, it's range is standard and acceptable.
Pros: Great volume level, actually TOO loud on highest setting. Nice wind noise resistance and transmitted voice quality. Never had any complaints from the other end of the conversation. Simple operation, intuitive. Easily paired with both Motorola and Samsung phones.
Cons: May not be comfortable for those of us with larger ears. 1st two thirds of ear hook is non-adjustable making it a bit uncomfortable with "tall" ears. Range could be better. Two to three second delay when answering a call. Tiny volume buttons but easily adjusted once you get used to them.