Summary: I bought this in 2006, the battery has finally gotten too old to be very useful anymore. I paid $100 for it originally. I wanted to post a review for this, because I've been very happy and will be buying another Jabra headset. I'm looking at the Stone2 this time..
Summary: I really liked the style of this headset. After the third day it would no longer take a charge. They have a proprietary plug that you can hardly even tell if its pluged in, and can't get anything to replace it. I call Jabra, and they said that i had to have a bill of sale (which i lost, my fault).
Summary: I have had this Jabra JX 10 for 2+ years. When I got my iphone, I could not hear very well with the handset, the Jabra makes listening much better. People can also hear me well. It has two flaws: the ear piece is fragile and you will need to call and order a few extra (10) at 99 cents each and then...
Summary: This superlight, unobtrusive headset, works more reliably than the new noise cancelling sets, etc.... no comparison. And the listener on the other head, often thinks I'm on a land line. I have sent two of the new Jawbones back. They just don't have the technology down to work properly.
Summary: I've had a few bluetooth headsets over the past few years, and this is easily the best one I've used so far. The main talking points have already been covered to death, so I'm just going to give you a couple of reasons why I love it. First and foremost, it pairs to two devices.
Summary: I've owned the JX-10 for over a year now, and am very pleased with it. The size, comfort, and quality of sound is great. I've tried multiple bluetooth headsets with the iPhone, and this is the only one that I have had that is static free on my end.
Summary: Sharp corners on the back dig into my ear. Extremely painful. Ear hook breaks easily, both inside and at the tip. Wind noise is not controlled very well and the volume must always be adjusted. I suggest a Motorola product instead.