Good product, but try it in your ear, before to buy.
16 November 2013
Summary: Pros. The product works great. Easy to set and use with any device. Rechargeable battery last for very long time. Cons. Anatomically, it is a bit uncomfortable to wear, may be because the ear piece is too large in diameter.
Summary: It has a cheap feel to it, the volume on max is too quiet (my boyfriend agrees) and it doesn't stay firmly behind my ear. My friends say that sound quality they hear on the other end is good when I am in a quiet environment. When on the highway (my car is not super quiet on the inside as it is an older vehicle) the background noise is pretty audible with this headset.
Summary: Not only does it answer phone calls, it also streams music from your phone (if it is of any interest to you). The interface is simple - as I like them! 1. On/off, close to the microphone (away from the ear) 2. Volume Up/Down toggle, doubling as mute when pressed simultaneously 3. Answer/Voice command on the dimple. Upon power up, the soft voice promptly states the battery level, and seeks a Bluetooth to connect (if already registered). It's that simple, and efficient.
Summary: works OK for the money, it was a great price. Sometimes it works great, sometimes it beeps and beeps and beeps, causing continuous interuption. I like bluetooth for exercise, as I can enjoy music/podcasts but still have an open ear for safety
Pros: Cheap A2DP (play music etc) headset, even though it's mono. Great for exercise
Cons: fitment is horrible, insert is too large or my ear canal, usually take it off and use the bare, hard plastic. Also, it connects well, but sometime it beeps every few seconds, even though it is mere inches from my phone.