Summary: I'm glad someone is making an earpiece that you can listen to audio through. I don't want the whole headset, earbud things. I like having just the earpiece so I can hear music and movies while waiting for whatever I might be waiting for.
Pros: Price. Well at $24.99 it was good but I see they raised it to $29.99. Not so got at that price. Works with okay sound. Fits snug with the ear hoop.
Cons: Does not control anything but volume and calls. Hurts the ear after a while. Too bad Plantronics stopped making the Voyager 855. That was comfortable, controlled pause, FF, Rev, Calls, etc...
Summary: If you're looking for a traditional bluetooth headset/earpiece for your phone, this is great. If you are looking for a stereo headset for music only, there are better (albeit more expensive ones) on the market.
Pros: I've owned MANY bluetooth headsets from Motorolla, Jabra, Plantronics and other. Both mono (normal) and stereo. This set is the best "normal" headset and a very good stereo one. For the price, it's a steal, not to mention the fact that it arrived super-fast (as always) from Newegg.
Cons: The stereo configuration is a bit strange. When working out, for instance, it's hard to find a place to put the actual main headset. I mainly use it for a normal headset, so it works great.
Cons: Could be more comfortable, but it is cheap so that is the trade off. I does not control anything but volume. An old Plantronics 855 controlled pause, forward, reverse, etc... But for some unknown reason they stopped making that one. Too bad.
Pros: i bought this bluetooth so i dont have to hold my phone whenever im on my bike and alot of times i'd always have my phone on either silent or viberate so i dont wake up my kids whenever someone calls me.
Cons: the only con i find in this is that when i bought it i thought it would come with one of those headset adapters that allow you to plug in a headphone and you'd still be able to talk to the caller but thats about it
Pros: Successfully paired to my Samsung Messager Touch cellphone and my HP dv2-1030us laptop with no problems. Sound is super clear and parties at the other end say they can hear me clearly even in the wind! Battery life great too, only charged twice in the past month! Stereo plugs is very useful for l...
Cons: Occasionally, only when driving, will get intermittent static, but I suspect that there is outside interference causing this because it is only in allot of traffic through heavy business districts.
Summary: I am uncertain but during phone calls it sounds bad though, it could be my under powered cell phone. It needs a clip so I can clip the body of the receiver on my shirt when using the stereo headset while working. I'm afraid I'll knock it off cable end while working.
Pros: Connects to two devices at once! I set up my ipod first, then activated multipoint and then connected my android phone. First item gets pushbutton control. I command my ipod by voice more than I do my phone. Stereo music sounds great. Adapters for playing audio to a stereo is a plus.
Cons: No cons that I can directly relate to the product.
Excerpt: At first, I thought that this would make a very good hands free calling tool. This device basically connects to my phone and it gives me the option of calling without actually holding my phone. This is usually great for driving. I don’t need to drive with one hand …
Summary: I bought this primarily for playing music during workouts and it does fine at that. I have not done many phone calls with it, so I don't have much feedback for that yet.
Pros: I only have one ear that works, so I look for something like this that can play music with only one ear piece in place. The volume is enough for me to hear while doing strenuous cycles on an elliptical machine in a somewhat noisy gym. Jogging may not work if your head moves a lot, but on the elli...
Cons: The mono is just one channel (left I think). It would be much better if it mixed the left and right together. That would earn it an extra star for me.