Summary: I don't think I'd recommend this to anyone unless you've already got a headset with very mediocre audio (and you're okay with it) and just need longer battery life. The audio in the speaker sounds a bit garbled when people speak.
Pros: * Long battery life * Remembers connection to multiple devices * Answers the phone quickly when I press the answer button * Comfortable for extended wear * Relatively inexpensive
Cons: * Poor audio quality * Awkward ergonomics (microphone is near the back of your jaw)
Summary: Owned this for a little over a month and calls been dropping randomly after 10-20 minutes or other party CANNOT hear me but i can clearly hear them. I have to disconnect and reconnect in order for it to work properly but it'll happen again after just a few minutes...
Pros: Easy pairing, voice clarity, A2DP, over-the-ear design, and longer battery life
Summary: Everybody sells similar stuff. Why buy from someone who doesn't support their stuff?
Pros: Fits my ears (with a little modification, my ears are messed up) Call quality is very clear and it's easy to operate.
Cons: After 2 months, it started dropping the connection to my phone (HTC Evo 4G). It would cut out in the middle of a call or would disconnect and I wouldn't know it till a call came in. Frequent missed calls. Several tries to reach customer support at Jabra. Absolutely no response.
Pros: Im a merchandiser, and no brain is required for what I do. That's why I enjoy passing the time by listening to podcasts. However, they frown on earbuds. With this thing, no one says a word. Everybody just assumes its a regular bluetooth headset for calls. I listen to my podcasts now, and charge i...