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Jabra BT800

alaTest has collected and analyzed 44 reviews of Jabra BT800. The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. Reviews about the durability and portability are generally positive. The usability and comfort also get good reviews. Many are critical about the noise isolation, and comments about the size and reliability are mixed.

sound, comfort, usability, portability, durability

noise isolation

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Jabra BT800 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 74/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 44 reviews)

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Expert review by: Hubert Nguyen (

Jabra BT800 Bluetooth Headset Review


The Jabra BT-800 has a handy LCD display. Via Slashphone Erik wrote a review his Jabra BT-800 Bluetooth headset, here's [...]

Mar, 2005


Expert review by: aaroncolter (

Jabra BT800


The Jabra BT800 is the flagship Bluetooth headset from one of the leaders in cell phone accessories. What makes the BT800 unique is the unprecedented level of control the wearer has over information access. An integrated LCD displays incoming caller ID...

Multifunction LCD; integrated hands-free features; light weight

Low volume; limited adjustability; confusing button functions

Sound quality was excellent. Both inbound and outbound sound quality was better by far than using the handset.

Sep, 2005

Expert review by: Kent German (

Jabra BT800 review: Jabra BT800


Jabra BT800 We've always had good luck with Jabra Bluetooth headsets; indeed, the Jabra FreeSpeak BT250 won our Editors' Choice award, which is why we were eager to see the company's latest product, the BT800. Of course, having heard about the...

LCD screen shows caller ID; solid call quality; comfortable fit; vibrate mode.

Cumbersome pairing process.

With its cool BT800 model, Jabra takes Bluetooth headsets to a whole new level of functionality.

Feb, 2005

Expert review by: PhoneArena Team (

Jabra BT800 review


Jabra BT800 brings some very advanced features not seen before to the Bluetooth headset segment. It sports blue backlit LCD display used for Called ID, battery status indication and menu browsing. The headset also utilized DSP technology used to...

Jabra BT800 brings some very advanced features not seen before to the Bluetooth headset segment. It sports blue backlit LCD display used for Called ID, battery status indication and menu browsing. The headset also utilized DSP technology used to...

Nov, 2005

Expert review by: GadgetMadness (

Jabra BT800 Bluetooth Headset Mini Review


My original Bluetooth headset was a Jabra BT200, and I was mostly happy with it. For a short while I switched to a Motorola HS810, and thought it was great until it died for no apparent reason. My current wireless headset for my cell phone is the Jabra...

Aug, 2005

Expert review by: Michael Oryl (editor) (

Review: Jabra BT800


We spent some time with Jabra's great new BT800 Bluetooth headset, one of the new breed of headsets that comes equipped with its own display for showing caller ID data from your mobile phone.

Apr, 2005

Expert review by: Nigel Freitas (

Jabra BT800 Bluetooth Headset


The Jabra BT800 is a Bluetooth headset with a difference, sporting a small display that can be used to view incoming call details and recently receive...

Caller ID, make calls from the headset, ease of setup

Not comfortable, only displays phone numbers not names

Unit's display doesn't compensate for poor comfort and sound quality

Dec, 2005

Expert review by: Zennith Geisler (

Jabra BT800


The Jabra BT800's full-featured and funky design will please Bluetooth users on the go.

Attractive, streamlined design ; Adjustable ear loop ; Impressive feature set

Tiny stylus easy to misplace ; A bit clunky, can't adjust tightness on ear ; Automatically overrides pairings when full

Jun, 2005

Expert review by: Maria Mitina (

Bluetooth headset Jabra BT800


Jabra has already shown itself with a number of products and thereby the release of the top model in the current headset line draws attention. The company has applied several new technologies for the first time, in particular a digital DSP-processor...

Plastic of side frames and a lopudspeaker is black and lusterless, by touch it seems velvety and reminds that of Motorola v300, v535. On the main surface one may see a functional circle, a kind of selector with a turning rod in the middle. The main...

Feb, 2005

Expert review by: (

Jabra BT800


A new Bluetooth standard has been ratified Bluetooth 1.2 is here but what does that mean for us mere mortals, finally a headset arrives which actually uses the new technology and so we get a preview of Jabra's new baby.

Product Specifications

With the BT800 your phone becomes the accessory! Your mobile phone's functions and operations are simply mirrored on the headset, giving you an immediate feeling of familiarity. It's innovative, yet intuitively simple to use. All the features and operations you're so familiar with on your mobile, are now available from the headset itself. Using just four controls - the mute button, jog wheel, 'Answer' and 'End' buttons - accessing the functionality you need is easy and natural. For example, the jog wheel - used for scrolling through menu functions in standby mode - becomes the volume control during a call. Soon it'll be second nature. Unique to the BT800 is the blue backlit LCD display, which shows 'Caller ID' on incoming calls so you know who's calling - no need to look at your phone. You can also use it to view the phone's call list and menu options. The BT800's unique Digital Signal Processing (DSP) means that, whatever the environment, you are assured of optimum audio quality. DSP's automatic volume control compensates for noisy surroundings by increasing the listening level accordingly and noise cancellation technology means that the incoming caller can hear you more clearly. The BT800's call vibrate/ring tone function enables you to select your favorite ring tone from the headset itself. Or if you prefer, simply set the BT800 to 'vibrate only', so you silently know when a call is coming through.

Audio Input

Microphone Form Factor:Built-in

Audio Output

Connectivity Technology:Wireless
Headphones Form Factor:Over-the-ear
Headphones Type:Monaural
Product Type:Headphone
Sound Output Mode:Mono
Wireless Technology:Bluetooth

Audio System

Recommended Use:Cellular phone

Dimensions & Weight



Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:JABRA

Remote Control

Type: None