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Bluetooth Headset, By Jabra

Reviewing: Bluetooth Headset Jabra Bt 250v  |  Rating:
Glen Smith By Glen Smith on
Badge: Publisher | Level: 9 | Mobile Expertise:

These headsets are now on sale at fifteen Pounds, sometimes less. This is because the new version has been launched, and this is fitted with more functions, such as a vibration mode. I don't think I would like this, but you may be OK with it, .I was well pleased with this gadget, and have had no trouble with it whatsoever. This can be worn on either of your ears, and is very comfortable, although everyone's ears are different, so there will always be complaints.

The actual earpiece itself has a control for volume, which is slightly difficult to operate, but you can operate the controls on the phone instead. The quality of the sound is very impressive. The OTE (over the ear) device is very good overall, the recommended retail price is slightly less than £30 but you can find it even cheaper. I also bought a car charger, which works on 12, and also 24 volts, very handy in a car or truck. Also included in the box, was a mains charger.

The compact device holds a charge all day, even when it is used a lot. Apparently this is supposed to give eight hours continual use, but I hope you would be on the phone for that long, and it would be charged between calls anyway. Once I put on the headset, it stays there until I stop driving, there is no need to remove it for comfort. This makes the roads safer for all. In the UK it is now an offence to use a mobile phone wiile driving, perhaps all countries will follow suit.

The actual ear part is very comfortable, and I have actually forgotten I was wearing it. Included in the box is also a holder, which is fitted with a clip for attaching to your pocket or belt etc. You clip the earpiece into this holder, and connect the charger. The charger is easy to operate, and it charges in about half an hour. The charger is also small enough to stow away with the headset.

I have to point out that when using this device, the phone itself will use more power than usual, this is due to the fact that it has to be constantly connected by a bluetooth signal, to the actual Jabra headset. Otherwise I just can not think of anything bad to say about this headset. Perhaps I am losing my touch!