Seems to be a good wireless headset, but was uncomfortable for me to wear
M. Barr "Mythicbells Persians", Amazon
11 December 2014
Summary: This headset is nice looking, works well, and was very easy to set up with the bluetooth pairing to my iPhone. However, I found that it was sadly uncomfortable to wear. Perhaps it's just not a good fit for my head. It was returned.
Summary: While the sound quality when simply listening to music is nice, the horrible bluetooth reception, poor build quality, and awkward PC configurations make this headset hard to recommend.
Pros: Pretty good sound quality. Mic is good too. Includes a number of cords for whatever connection you need. Rather comfortable, and compact. I love the touch controls on the side. While I sometimes did accidentally brush against them, they were much more convenient than opening my phone and switchin...
Cons: Not very robust - it seemed to fall apart very easily. Disappointing that it does since it's being billed as portable. To switch from a folding position to putting it on your head, it clicks into place. This also turns the headset on. Eventually that broke loose, so sometimes when the headset is ...
Pros: I thought it was a cool design. I liked the audio jack cable in the times I am using it on a device that does not have bluetooth.
Cons: I'm no audiophile, but I thought the sound quality was lacking for how much I paid. I could not get my computer to 'pair' with my Win 7 Pro device. But it was never actually connected. I thought maybe it was because windows had poor bluetooth software. So I tried it on my brother's mac air and Sa...
Summary: One egg for design. Another egg for the speed of newegg's RMA process. That's it. I would have considered exchanging the unit through Jabra, but they're not open on the weekend. After many many years of products from newegg, this was my first defective... anything.
Pros: Great design and look. Seemed like microphone quality would be good.
Cons: Defective: Sound only came out of right earpiece no matter what device I paid it with. Even paired it with my MacBook Air where I could explicitly choose that it should be a Stereo audio profile. Also, there is no conventional on/off switch. In order to turn it off, you have to fold up the headph...
Summary: I absolutely hate the ear buds that come with the iPhone, so have been looking into Bluetooth for awhile. I got really serious about it when mowing the lawn and the ear buds kept falling out when snagged on tree branches. Read a lot of reviews and the Jabra Halo2 seemed like the best.
Summary: This headset performs very poorly with my iPhone 4. It constantly cuts out if I move, and it won't work if I put the phone in my pocket. Even with the phone on a desk or table, range is very poor and fails if I walk into an adjoining room. Even when it's working, it just isn't loud enough.