Written on: 09/09/2004 by talyene (2 reviews written)
Ease of use
The Jabra BT250 FreeSpeak is a fantastic headset. Having previously owned a Sony Ericsson HBH-65, I would never go back to the kind of headset that just sits on your ear. The Jabra uses something called a MiniGel (basically a flexible insert) to deliver high-quality sound directly into your ear. You'll want to keep the volume set to low, just to prevent blowing your ear out!
It is incredibly comfortable and I often forget I'm wearing it. It is very light and sits well on the ear, being mostly hidden by the back of the ear for those fashion conscious of you out there.
The range is fantastic and easily gives you the full 10m that bluetooth is suppossed to operate at.
The battery life is also fantastic. It's even longer than my phone at 8 hrs talk time and 10 days (yes, 10 days) standby!
Pairing the headset with my Sony Ericsson P800 took seconds and it happily accommodates such features as voice dialing with ease.
At around £40, it is still quite pricey for a bluetooth headset, but definitely well worth the money.
I would highly recommend this headset to anyone, especially those who do a lot of travelling and want good sound quality and excellent voice pickup on the motorway.
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