Summary: look good. simple sleek. don't look like one of those people using studio grade (or look alike) headphones walking down the street. Do cut out when in pocket and cycling. sometimes bc of bumps or leg interference.
Pros: wireless or wired if you want! WINNING!? stereo headphones that collapse when storing, extend to form to head, and accept calls and adjust volume at the touch/ slide of finger!
Summary: Bought this for Ventrilo use on my laptop. While it still picks up a lot of background noise and the voices come through kind of strange, its better than the laptops built in mic.
Pros: Comfortable, portable, Amazing sound quality over stereo, good battery life, easy to pair, wireless with the option of 3.5mm jack for non blue tooth devices and no bright annoying light on the outside of the device.
Cons: Touch sensitive buttons are hard to find to skip tracks and its not great for ventrillo.
Pros: This is a very robust and attractive device. I use it with my cell phone and two different Macs (personal laptop and desk machine at work). It pairs quickly, the sound quality is very good and it doesn't block outside sounds so you can hear people and beepers. Extra kudos for using mini-USB for charging. I love standardized power connectors.
Summary: this is the fourth stereo bluetooth headset i've bought. the first 2 were motorola's (motorokr s309 and the s9-hd) both had good sound and range but were not comfortable for long periods. third was samsung wep870. that one was decent but not truly wireless. finally liked this jabra halo well enough i just ordered a second one to be able to swap them out for charging.
Pros: excellent sound quality playing music from phone for a wireless headphone. very comfortable for long periods. good battery life. regularly getting very close to the rated 8 hrs of music play.
Cons: short range before it starts cutting out. will start skipping and breaking up after only 10 feet.