Plug in a second earpiece to make this headset stereo (provided your phone supports stereo A2DP Bluetooth). Both earpieces fit comfortably and sound
8 expert reviews | 442 user reviews
The half-ounce Jabra FreeSpeak BT200 is the best wireless mobile-phone headset we've seen. The MiniGel earpiece fits in your ear comfortably and securely and produces unsurpassed voice quality. You can make, take, and end calls by touching either a...
9 expert reviews | 126 user reviews
81% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.
39 user reviews
It takes getting used to: no button controls, automatic on & off. However, the "stone" storage & charging, light weight and wearing comfort are certainly worth it
10 user reviews
The Jabra BT125 is a simple compact headset that's easy to use and comfortable to wear and has terrific sound quality.
5 expert reviews | 262 user reviews
Try this experiment. If you have a good answering machine at home, Put your bluetooth on, then leave yourself a test message in different environments. Indoors, outdoors, in the car, in breakroom. Go home, then check the answering for clarity.
40 user reviews
Despite our fit issues, the Jabra Extreme's advanced features, excellent noise-cancellation, and affordable price tag make it a great Bluetooth headset.
1 expert reviews | 17 user reviews
This is really a great product, and I really was unable to find any problems with it. Battery life is good, it's easy to hook up and pair it with a Bluetooth headset, and it's nice and small which makes it ideal for use with a small MP3 player that you...
2 expert reviews | 175 user reviews
The Jabra Stone is a nice little Bluetooth headset that isn't without its faults, but on the whole achieves what it sets out to do
2 expert reviews
The Jabra BT620s is good for listening to tunes but its uncomfortable design and poor call quality will turn off most users.
17 expert reviews | 702 user reviews
The slim Jabra BT500 fits comfortably, but its performance and styling aren't up to the company's usual standards.
12 expert reviews | 225 user reviews
The Jabra BT5020 is arguably one of the best headsets on the market, offering a powerful set of features and remaining at a low price. Other than it's ability to connect to two devices at once, the headset also boasts a whooping 10 hours of talk time...
7 expert reviews | 205 user reviews
The Jabra BT5020 headset is also sold seperately for a RRP of AU$169, although, at the time of writing, we found online vendors selling the BT5020 for approximately AU$99.
1 expert reviews | 6 user reviews
The Jabra BT135 not only allows users to express themselves with different face plates, but also gives users a total hands-free experience that lasts pretty long.
2 expert reviews | 95 user reviews
When I first opened the BT5010 I thought the device's size would be the hardest thing to get used to. I was concerned that with the microphone boom extended, the headset's size would be off-balanced and uncomfortable. I was surprised to find out that...
3 expert reviews | 90 user reviews
The BT330's body size is not truly little; however the size is average, suitable for the majority of users. The body material is smooth plastic of black and silvery, a large control button's covering looks a la chrome-platted. This wittingly successful...
5 expert reviews | 14 user reviews
68% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.
25 user reviews
If you adjust the microphone a little, people are able to hear you better. For an inexpensive item, it is definitely worth it for safety aspect! I would probably recommend this item to others.
24 user reviews
This arrived defective and broken so I returned it on principle. I don't recommend purchasing it if you want a good product.
84 user reviews
This purchase was a huge disappointment. It did not come with an stereo adapter like some other people talked about and the plug is not the same standard as for my Fusic phone. you'd think that there would be an industry standard for the spacing of the...
11 user reviews
Jabra has been a generous provider of products to DigitalReviews Network, and without doubt their recent products have earned some well deserved praise. DigitalReviews now takes the Jabra M5390 Multiuse Headset for some serious testing and see how it...
5 expert reviews | 12 user reviews
We were pleased to see Jabra did not compromise sound quality for economy. After we paired the headset to our Motorola V600, calls were loud and clear on both ends. The headset grew patchy after about 15 feet, but we still give it two thumbs up. Jabra...
3 expert reviews | 37 user reviews
Wireless headsets give you more freedom, but they don't work with older cell phones. The Jabra A210 Bluetooth Adapter solves that problem. Just plug the cable from the matchbook-size adapter into the 2.5mm headset jack on your phone and start talking....
1 expert reviews | 43 user reviews
Jabra BT150 does not offer anything more of what you pay for – a cheap model with standard capabilities and a basic kit to use it. For an entry level device, we do not have to expect anything more. As a whole, we have mixed feelings about the device,...
2 expert reviews | 37 user reviews
A Bluetooth enabled desktop and portable speakerphone
2 expert reviews | 20 user reviews
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