Bluetooth vs simple wired headset? Go for the simple wired headset, it's just simpler.
expateconomiste "Amine", Amazon
23 September 2014
Summary: Has great sound when it works fine but I'm having tiny issues everyday when pairing with my iphone or computer. They get resolved in 5 minutes, but it's just so much more than plugging wired headphones -- 1 second.
Summary: Although this headset had good sound quality and seemed to fit well, with relative comfort. I felt the downside outweighed the positive points. I returned it mainly due to the volume control not working at all.
Summary: First of all, these things are tiny. Im not saying they didnt fit me but their smaller than you think. They are plastic and seem low quality but for the price its all right. My main concern and if anyone can help me on this that would be great, is that im sitting here watching the battery light...
Summary: I purchased this headset from a cellphone store. Worked very well for a few months; great bass, clear sound, worked great on calls. Then is started skipping; i used it mainly to listen to music, so I checked my tracks and the phone, they were fine.
Summary: I wanted to use this product to listen to audiobooks while doing yard work. I called tech at Jabra to ask questions before I made the purchase. Specifically, I wanted to know if they stayed tightly in place, Bluetooth had decent range and if volume was loud enough to hear over a lawn mower.
Summary: I like these headsets except for 1 very important issue. I can not leave my I Pod touch in my backpack or even my pants pocket without signal loss. The idea is to have these on, with the I pod in your pants, purse, backpack... no breaks up and bad signal.
Summary: Purchased my Jabra Halo since about 2-3 months. Pro: -Very cool slim design, better then ever seen before -Quite confortable -Elegant -Good sound quality (ONLY with cable) Cons: -Awful bluetooth functionality -Very-very short range -Nightmare of usability, you need to fold to turn on every time...
Summary: I give it 2 stars but I am not sure that is fair. It works how it is suppose to work but it is not really intuitive from the way you have to snap up the head phones nor is the pairing. The controls are just strange but I think I set the bar to high.