Pros: There isn't anything this product does very well
Cons: It slips and slides on the ear. One has to keep the head pretty upright and still elsewise the device will fall off. The sound quality is pretty bad for receivers or so I've be told over and over. This might be due to the fact the headset does not sit in
Pros: Short charging time, easily connected with voice prompts, able to connect two phones, good talk times, and standby times. Attractive look, lightweight and thin. Good noise canceling even in windy conditions.
Cons: A bit pricey, but can be found at a reasonable price.
Pros: Call quality is very good. Multipoint connection is very good. Buttons work well enough.
Cons: Out of the entire array of ear hole adapter pieces included with this device, I have yet to find one that holds the earpiece in a consistent position. Thanks to trial and error, I now have lost all but one adapter piece. Part of the problem is the one-s
Cons: After only 4 months of use the call button is no longer functioning. I am not a constatnt user of the this earpiece and it seems to me that the button should still function after 4 months of light use.
Excerpt: And even if it does only end up lasting me a year (it’s been about six months so far), it will still have been a better purchase than my last one, and I’d still purchase another one. I could buy three of these in two years and still it would be better than my previous bluetooth investment. If you’re looking for a cheap alternative, trust me when I say that you can’t go wrong with this one. It looks expensive, behaves expensively, but doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.