Conclusion: I got these for my daughter for Xmas and even after several months of teenage abuse they work great. The sound is amazing. She has a pc and I have a mac and we can hook them up to either with no problems. They are great because they also come with several different ear pieces so you can get what fits you. She can dance around and no more wires!! I highly recommend them!
Conclusion: The JF3 is a nifty, wireless, Bluetooth headset that makes life on the move simpler. Its name is perfect: Freedom Bluetooth. It works perfectly with my iPod Nano tucked in an armband. No more twisted or overly long cords. What it provides most is freedom of movement. Wouldn't be without it. The JF3 is with me when I walk, or exercise, or when I'm simply sitting around relaxing.
Conclusion: Let me start by saying, I've tried them ALL! Motorola s10hd, backbeats, s-9's, motorola 305's and hands down these things are way better and are very impressive. They are the best sounding bluetooth buds out there. The phone function is so-so. However the sound quality is awsome. Those leaving bad reviews probably have never tried the motorola's. Motorolas, quite frankly, don't perform as well. And for the price, these things are well worth it!
Summary: The sound is like any other Bluetooth headset. It may feel like the bass is better because it's an in-ear. The box itself suggests that when you are running outside, you should have the mp3/phone on an arm band strapped on the right arm.
Pros: It offers you mobility when you're exercising, small compact, barely know it's there. The in ear fit device (whatever it is called) really hugs your ear and prevents the headset from getting loose.
Cons: Short connectivity range. If you are Iphone user, you may initially find the control bad. Mic easily picks up the background noise and muffles your voice.
Summary: I'm a painter, and I work out, so cords get in the way constantly, and I cant pull my phone out with paint all over my hands. So, I have been looking for a good ear bud style bluetooth headset for a while now. I tried motorola's rkrz, and they were very uncomfortable and heavy(returned them). These have been awesome! I use them ALL the time, for work and play. I am able to wear them comfortably for hours.
Pros: Easy to set up and use. The ear piece has three wearing options, plus different sized ear buds, which result in a secure fit for working out. The ability to answer calls is awesome. It's iPhone 4 compatible. Lightweight and comfortable. Good sound for and ear bud style headset. About a 4-6 hour battery life on one charge, depending on how much talking you do on it. Also, they charge quickly, they're sweat proof, and they're aesthetically pleasing when wearing them(ver...
Cons: The cord can occasionally stick to your neck when turning your head, which can cause a need for a re adjustment of the earpiece. You can wear them with the cord under the chin and avoid this all together, which I've done time to time.