Jabra Talk Bluetooth Headset (Black)
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- HD voice technology for exceptional sound quality
- Voice guidance provides spoken caller ID, battery level and connection status
- Stream music and internet radio directly to headset
- Connects to 2 Bluetooth devices at same time
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Description for Jabra Talk Bluetooth Headset (Black)
Keep the conversation flowing with Jabra Talk. This easy-to-use, Bluetooth headset lets you stay in touch with clear HD sound quality, ensuring every conversation comes through with clear and without
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other morning walkers - My prized possession which has made my daily morning walk much more enjoyable- It is fully compatible
with i Phone 6
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Since I use my headset exclusively for answering my cell phone when driving, (which is just once or twice per week maximum)
I decided to go with the Jabra TALK Bluetooth Headset because it is a basic headset and is not so pricey.
This Jabra headset looks like the run-of-the-mill headset, it measures 2.4 cm by 5 cm by 1.6 cm.
On the plus side the in-ear design silicone ear buds and plastic hooks are very comfortable on the ear and the call quality
is clear and is of acceptable quality, also the headset also automatically paired with my IPhone 5s the first time I turn it on.
On the downsides, I only received a 30 cm USB cable with the headset which can be used on the Computer or the car's USB charger.
Also, I am able to charge it with my old charger.
Remember you only get what you pay for; I retrospect I should have gone for something a more expensive.
I have been using this headset since November 2014; I have since changed my mobile phone and its working fine with the
Samsung Galaxy and it has performed quite well as at December 2016. I have had no problems with it.
=== The Good Stuff ===
* It connected up to my iPhone7 with no drama, and maintains the connection in the car and office environments where I use it.
* The volume is loud enough to hear, and people I talk to report no issues with the sound quality. It is a little susceptible to wind noise, but no more than any other headset.
* Battery life seems to last a few hours of active, which is all I really care about. It charges pretty quick- I never measured it, but I'd guess less than 2 hours for a full charge.
* It does its job with a minimum of a light show or other multimedia nonsense.
=== The Not-So-Good Stuff ===
* The on/off switch on the back is tough to get to with my fingers. It is right next to the earbud and hard to manipulate.
* My biggest problem is the multi-switch that is used for disconnecting a call. It is located right at the top of the outside, and it is just about impossible to re-position the earbud without disconnecting the call. The bud tends to work its way loose in my ear, and I always end up hanging up on someone.
=== Summary ===
The electrical parts of this device work fine. It makes and keeps a good connection with my phone. The fit is not bad, but it does work its way loose over time. The position of the hangup switch is just a real problem, and I will probably retire this device relatively soon.
Above, I stated that I bought it for my wife. Her only complaint about it is that she wishes the silicone ear piece was a tad bit smaller, or at least came with a smaller one as an option. That's something I plan on fixing for her with a little bit of shaving of the silicone. As for me, I tried it and really enjoyed it. I even changed the silicone piece for one of the others, and was able to remove the support arm without fear that it fell...bear in mind that this was for an hour inside my own home, and only while sitting. I have a feeling that with a little time and some sweat, that it would eventually fall out...but in my time with it, it didn't happen.
Now, my wife has washed 4 of her past earpieces by forgetting that they were in her pocket. Knowing how inexpensive this one was, I'd be willing to purchase a few more to have around as back ups for her.
As for the electronics...it seems as though there hasn't been many big improvements over the versions I was buying 8-10 years ago, so don't look at this as an improvement over something more expensive.
I considered giving it only a 4 star rating, but with the wife's only complaint being that her ear hole is a tad too small, I'm leaving the product review stand as a 5 star.
I'm considering purchasing more of these to keep around for her...and that should be testament as to how I feel about it...that I plan on buying it again.
The call clarity is very clear when not sounding like a robot.
The other issue I have is where the connect/disconnect button is (not the on/off). It is directly above the Jabra nameplate and if you are trying to adjust the headset, you can press the button and hang up on someone or call someone unintentionally (double tapping connect/disconnect redials). I feel this should be on the side and raised so it is much easier to distinguish what you are touching. Should be like the volume controls on the other side.
If you have eyeglasses, I suggest you put on the earpiece first and then your glasses. It makes fitting the earpiece easier than trying to maneuver it around the glasses. If you shake your head up/down & left/right, it does stay in place.
Both the Bluetooth and on/off lights flash when turning on/off. They do go out after after they flash. Voice tells you when you are connected /disconnected. "Green light indicates headset has more than 30 minutes of talk time remaining" & "Red light indicates headset has less than 30 minutes of talk time remaining" (statements from Quick Start Manual). Does alert you when there is less than 30 minutes talktime and indicator will be red. I don't know how long standby mode is since I turn the headset off when not in use. Volume buttons are easy to distinguish and easy to press as you're talking.
Can use this for either left or right ear by simply switching the earhook piece to satisfy which ear you would like.
There are extra earhooks; eargels in different sizes; USB cable.
This is my third Jabra headset and by far this is the most disappointing with voice clarity.
It was uncomfortable, had substandard sound and the design was poorly thought through. It hurts your ear canal and won't stay in a position that you can actually hear callers. What a concept! If you attempt to get it back in position it it's very easy to disconnect a call because you puch on the unit but the answer button covers the whole upper part of this unit.
It is not up to this company's high standards!