Summary: Although the Jabra BT530 isn’t clear or comfortable enough to steal an Editors’ Choice from the Aliph Jawbone, it still offers good noise cancelling performance and a sleek design for about thirty dollars less. It can also pair with up to eight devices at once, whereas the Jawbone has no multipoint technology. If you want a better-than-average headset for not that much money, the BT530 delivers a great deal.
Summary: Cellphones have invaded everywhere, pretty much everyone has one from kids to their grandparents, they are by far, the most popular gadget out there today. With the prevalence of cellphones comes numerous accessories and I think the most popular of those are bluetooth headsets, especially when many places have outlawed driving while talking unless you are using a handsfree headset.
Pros: Plays music as well, Well made, Does a very good job at blocking out noise, Wind doesn’t seem to effect it, Lightweight, Easy to use, Excellent battery life
Cons: BT Pairing is weird, sometimes it works fine other times it needs re-paired to phone
Conclusion: All in all, the BT530 is a very aesthetically pleasing headset which has excellent sound and build quality. One feature in particular could be fixed to make this a perfect headset which is the ear hook, which I think should be movable to allow more comfort whilst wearing the headset. The BT530 costs around £40 which is the price range the most of Jabra’s products. This is a very good price because the quality in all areas is excellent.
Excerpt: Nová sluchátková souprava Jabra BT530 USB umožňuje uživateli díky funkci Multiuse současné připojení k počítači i k mobilu bez obav o kvalitu zvuku, proto se v soupravě nachází také adaptér Bluetooth USB.