Summary: I've had the headset for a while now and I like it quite a bit. Initially I did have some problems with it not charging. I returned it to the manufacturer (I had to pay shipping) and they replaced it without a hassle.
Pros: Occasionally the person on the other end can't hear me well enough.
Cons: Occasionally the person on the other end can''t hear me well enough.
BEWARE! THE iPOD OF BLUETOOTH: NON-REPLACEABLE BATTERIES!
27 April 2005
Summary: It was only hinted at inside the manual, but never definitvely stated, so I called JABRA and asked. Yep, I was right: THE BATTERIES INSIDE BOTH OF THESE UNITS ARE NON-REPLACEABLE. JABRA doesn't even have the cajones to admit this directly in their manual.
Summary: I've had this product just over a year and had decent success using it w/ my Sony Erickson T610. I didn't use it much, however, and now it's practically useless, cause the battery runs out after 20-30 minutes of use (and starts beeping before that).
Summary: I find this bluetooth earpiece unit to work just fine. The only thing I dont like about it is the beeping & clicking sound you get every once and a while, despite this litle annoyance the thing works fine.
Lifetime of unreplacable battery: just beyond 1 yr warranty
R. Gremban "CalCars.org", Amazon
26 March 2005
Summary: I got my BT200 for non-Bluetooth phones 15 months ago. It worked well and I liked it a lot despite annoying background clicking and short battery life. Now, after just over a year, its battery often won't last a day of standby let alone conversations.
Summary: Despite what others have said, I've found this device extremely easy to use. Sound quality is fine unless out in the wind, but then most cellphones have that problem as well. For the price, I'll take the phenominal convenience that I've gained..
Summary: CLARITY Major problems here. While the phone is lying flat, in the open, and away from any major electrical devices (like, for instance, a computer monitor) it works very well. The calls are crisp with zero distortion, even at about 15' to 20' away.
Summary: Way back in the dark ages (when Bluetooth was something you got from chewing on a ballpoint pen), an electronic device would have an on/off switch. My, how times have changed. Today, instead of an on/off switch, Jabra BT200 users must endure the following: To turn on the headset, "press and hold ...