Jabra BT620s Bluetooth Headphone (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Bluetooth 1.2 supporting headset
- Control your music from the headset
- Up to 16 hours of talk time, and 14 hours of play time, 240 hours of standby time
- Plays via USB cable while charging
- 2 extra ear cushions
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Enjoy the convenience of hands free communication and mobile music without being tied to wires. Two precision speakers ensure crystal clear sound reproduction you need to get the most our of your favorite music. Compatible with most Bluetooth mobile phones, MP3 players, PC's and MP3 players. You can switch instantly between your phone and your music.
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The headphones fit quite comfortably. I can wear them through the 10 hour work day (of course off during lunch) comfortably. Same with my wife, and our head sizes are not the same to say the least. The headphones feel flimsy the first time you take them out of the box, but are quite sturdy and can take a lot of abuse. (I have had one pair for about an year and still is going strong.)
I am an electrical engineer and work on bluetooth enabled products, so you can imagine there are at least 10 different bluetooth connections in my environment continuously. The headphones never have any trouble even in that environment. The range I get is about 20ft through walls and a lot of metal.
As I said I wear them through the 10 hour work day and have never had the battery die on me. I leave it charging for the night and the next day they are back to normal. I guess the older headphone should be coming to the end of its battery life because of being deep cycled continuously (Li Ion batteries don't take that well) but I think finding an after market battery replacement should be pretty easy for them. They use a standard size single cell 320mAh battery.
I would definitely recommend these over Logitech Free Pulse or their older model. I tried those out before I got my second pair of the Jabra, and was not satisfied with them at all (Uncomfortable and bad bluetooth connection).
Update in 2013.
5 years after purchasing these, still use them everyday throughout the work day. The battery is still good. I have now tried them with 2 android phones and an android tablet. Works well with all of those.
A little too big
Switch gets pressed unintentionally
I got these for the sole reason for taking it to the gym. I do not like cords slowing me down or getting snagged on gym equipment and this headset is perfect for the job.
It syncs with most phones or audio equipment with A2DP compatibility. My Sony W810i did not have it so I switched to a RAZR V3xx so that I can have the ability to play music and phone functionality. It plays music in stereo and the sound is amazing. It also pauses the music when I get an incoming call while Im doing my workout sets. Press a button and you can toggle between call and music. The left ear unit works as a cel phone bluetooth headset by itself with the volume controls (and flashing blue light) when paired with a phone. When used as a music headset, it enables both earpieces to be activated, together with the rew and ff controls on the right ear.
The unit has it share of some flaws too. First, it's big. It sticks out a little too much from your ear due to the padding and the sheer size of the unit (Hello, Princess Leia!). If it were smaller, i would had given it 5 Stars. People complain about the flashing blue light....you can turn it off if desired so it's a non-issue. The neckband is comfortable though a little flimsy. It wobbles due to the weight of the ear units, I would had preferred if it were sturdier-looking. The control buttons are huge too, it takes up 3/4 of each of the earpieces. They can be accidentally pushed in your bag or any confined space and there isnt a way to lock the buttons.
Overall it's a good product - range is good, and the sound is amazing. The mic also is sensitive and perfect for taking calls. My friends say that they cannot tell Im using a heaset when Im taking to them. One word of caution though, some States do not allow both ears to be covered while driving so it might not totally replace those dorky one-ear celphone bluetooths you might have while you are driving.
My only concern and this is because of the type of headphone it is, is when you sweat working out the sponges are going to get nasty.
Flash forward to August 2010
The headphones suddenly stopped working last week. The charger continues to stay on red but apparently no charge is being stored. I can't start the unit up and it seems to be dead. It may be the constant sweat, as I work out five or more times per week. Next pair needs to be more for workouts and less susceptible to sweat damage. BTW I reduced my rating by one star.
The user manual shows how to turn the lights off, just press both sides of the ear pieces simultaneously for a few seconds.
Remember that lithium ion batteries do not like to be completely discharged, if they discharge completely because the headphones were not charged for a long time they will not be able to charge again!
It works great for music as well as phone calls.
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