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Discussion in 'Electronic Devices' started by Flying Dutchman, Mar 17, 2013.
I have a Jabra Wave and Jabra Stone 2. Both are very comfortable. I tried a BlackBerry first and the call quality was superior by far, but it wasn't comfortable. Tried a Jawbone of some sort and took it back, it was uncomfortable as well and call quality was terrible. Both Jabras can be worn all day. Call quality isn't great, but I am in a truck with them often and it is good enough.
Bit the bullet and had a pair of these sent to me. My original Motorola's died by my own hand, and the replacements I bought died on their own to a problem common to them. I tried a pair of Logitech Backbeats...garbage. I'd been risking the ticket using the phone mostly as a speakerphone in the truck but that was getting old fast. Saw your post and looked these up. When they arrived I was quite pleased with form and function. When I turned them on I was doubly pleased with sound quality. I'm ready to buy another pair as backup!!!
*edit* Also, these are ideal for folks who wear glasses, as long as you can handle earbuds.
I can never get on with the headsets, I use a Supertooth Voice, I think it's made by blueant.
It's been better than the factory hands free kits in my last two cars. It has one hell of a battery in it, lasts for a couple of weeks and I'm always on the phone!
Glad you like them, I keep seeing them around more and more.
I am happy with my vxi blue parrot. The company has taken great care of me if I should have any with my head set. The call quality is superior to anything out there that I have used. The newest model you can even hear your music, podcast etc thru. I I have the 250, a slightly older version.
Another vote from a trucker for the Blueparrott B250-XT+. Talk time is excellent. I only charge it once a week. Sound quality is awesome. It's much better than my old original Jawbone. And it's very comfortable to wear for long conversations. Worth every penny.