Mobile Phone Hands Free Kits

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Jabra Tag
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Jabra Tag

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Bluetooth

It's clear that the design of the Jabra Tag will prove divisive, and fashion-conscious users might want to hide it away or avoid it entirely in favour of a traditional Bluetooth headset.

1 review | 2 opinions (Average)

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 8/2013 Jabra Tag Up until now, Jabra's hands-free devices have been pretty conventional looking, but the Tag is a whole new kettle of fish, since it combines a regular pair of earphones with a Bluetooth 'tag' that's meant to be worn around your neck. Great idea, or useless gimmick? … to review

Back Beat Go 2
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Plantronics BackBeat Go 2

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Bluetooth

Despite being a clear improvement over the previous model, Plantronics' BackBeat Go 2 headset would still need longer battery life and better bass to satisfy PC Advisor. Its sound quality is …

2 reviews | 56 opinions (Above average)

 

Plantronics Voyager Legend
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Plantronics Voyager Legend

Form factor: Clip-on; Connectivity: Bluetooth

The large size and dull design of Plantronics' Voyager Legend mean it's not one for the fashion conscious, but that's not its aim; rather, it's focused on providing a comfortable …

1 review | 229 opinions (Above average)

 

 
B235
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Plantronics Voyager Legend UC

Form factor: Clip-on; Connectivity: Bluetooth

It's not cheap, but Plantronics' Voyager Legend UC offers a lot for the money. Battery life is excellent, giving you around 7 hours on a single charge, audio quality is top notch although

1 review | 229 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: IT PRO, 5/2013 Plantronics Voyager Legend UC Plantronics has high aspirations for its Voyager Legend UC, claiming it is the ultimate headset for VoIP calls, whether in the car or on your PC. Does it live up to the company's own hype? … to review

Jabra Sport (Bluetooth)
Jabra Sport (Bluetooth)

Form factor: Ohrhörer; Connectivity: Bluetooth

Jabra have crammed their Sport headset with lots of features, like stereo music, in-built radio, and control of the Endomondo sports app, and 220 Triathlon also noted the great construction and sound …

4 reviews | 31 opinions (Average)

 

Jabra Supreme UC
Jabra Supreme UC

Form factor: Clip-on; Connectivity: Bluetooth

The main issue with the Supreme UC, and one that's a dealbreaker for PC Advisor at this price, is its poor wearability, which makes achieving a stable fit almost impossible. It's a pity, …

2 reviews | 2 opinions (Excellent)

 

Voyager ProHD
Plantronics Voyager Pro HD

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Bluetooth

The Plantronics Voyager Pro HD earphone can be worn on either ear - it swivels horizontally to allow this and the microphone can also be moved vertically. MacWorld say that it's on the bulky …

4 reviews | 136 opinions (Above average)

 

Jabra Extreme2
Jabra Extreme2

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Bluetooth

It's certainly not the most affordable Bluetooth headset around, but as far as TrustedReviews are concerned, being comfy, user friendly, and delivering good-quality sound, the Jabra Extreme2 is …

1 review | 22 opinions (Above average)

 

Plantronics Marque M155
Plantronics Marque M155

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Bluetooth

The Marque M155 from Plantronics looks pretty stylish, and if you require a Bluetooth headset for use indoors, Micro Mart say it might be worth a look. However, the fact that it doesn't cancel …

1 review | 22 opinions (Above average)

 

BH905i
Nokia BH-905i

Form factor: Clip-on; Connectivity: Bluetooth

Nokia's BH-905i headphones are aimed at travellers, with their noise cancelling technology and long battery life. They come with a variety of accessories, including an adaptor for in-flight …

1 review | 43 opinions (Above average)

 

 
MuzXUltra
Altec-Lansing MuzX Ultra

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Wired

The Altec Lansing Muzx Ultra mZx606 provides four different-sized earplugs to guarantee a perfect fit for all users. PC Advisor couldn't fault the build, apart from the somewhat flimsy cable. …

6 reviews | 14 opinions (Above average)

 

Aliph Jawbone Era
Aliph Jawbone Era

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Bluetooth

Reviewers at T3 discovered that the Jawbone ERA provides excellent performance when it comes to call quality and ease-of-operation. They were also quite happy with how straightforward its set-up was. …

3 reviews | 29 opinions (Average)

 

Bang & Olufsen EarSet 3i
Bang & Olufsen EarSet 3i

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Wired

If the B&O look is what you want, then the EarSet 3i earphones are sure to fit the bill, says PC Advisor who loved their great styling, solid build quality, and nice audio. They also noted that these …

1 review | 8 opinions (Above average)

 

Bluetooth Headset
Bose Bluetooth Headset

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Bluetooth

The Bose Bluetooth Headset is a rather pricey bit of kit for a one trick pony, but Trusted Reviews say many will still be tempted by the lustrous yet discreet design and very comfortable fit, …

2 reviews | 39 opinions (Above average)

 

Looxcie LX2
Looxcie LX2

Form factor: Clip-on; Connectivity: Bluetooth

The Looxcie LX2 camcorder comes with built-in Bluetooth, so you can pair it with your smartphone and utilise apps like LooxieMoments as a viewfinder. The latest Looxcie Live app allows you to stream …

1 review | 3 opinions (Below average)

 

LX1 für iPhone
Looxcie Bluetooth Camcorder

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Bluetooth

“... Although the picture size of the recordings taken using both apps is nowhere near HD standard, the device itself is very small and light. ... It may have a rather expensive price tag but one …

5 reviews | 1 opinion (Average)

 

Etymotic Research etyBLU2
Etymotic Research etyBLU2

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Bluetooth

With the etyBLU2, Etymotic Research have developed an outstanding Bluetooth headset that is both comfortable to wear and convenient to use. The experts at MacWorld particularly liked the sound …

2 reviews | 2 opinions (Poor)

 

Denon AH-C560R
Denon AH-C560R

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: 3.5 mm

The experts at MacWorld were very happy with the AH-C560R's overall performance, and concluded that these canalbuds' audio quality is sure to please almost everybody. Sound was nicely …

1 review | 44 opinions (Above average)

 

Nokia DAB Digital Radio Headset
Nokia DAB Digital Radio Headset

Form factor: In-ear; Connectivity: Proprietor, Wired, 3.5 mm

Useful and uncomplicated as it may be, Electricpig found Nokia's DAB headset to suffer from two important flaws: it's large and conspicuous, and right now it's only compatible with …

1 review | 26 opinions (Above average)

 

ZOMM Wireless Leash
ZOMM Wireless Leash

The Zomm Wireless Leash sounds an alarm if you leave your phone behind, as well as doubling up as a speakerphone and panic alarm. You connect it to your phone and it remains quiet until it can't …

5 reviews | 3 opinions (Excellent)

 

 

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A mobile phone headset allows for hands free use of a phone and usually comprises a monophone earpiece and microphone. Some headsets offer stereo earpieces and are therefore perfectly suited to mobile phones which include MP3 playing capabilities. The modern trend is towards Bluetooth headsets which have the benefit of not needing a cable between the phone and headset but which require a battery or regular recharging. Bluetooth headsets are also more practical than a standard cable solution. Whereas a traditional headset was limited to the connection conventions of a particular manufacturer, bluetooth headsets are interchangeable between different makes and models. When using a headset it is important to still be aware of your surroundings, a stereo headset will detract more from your sense of perception than a monophonic set, this can be useful in a crowded room, but quite dangerous on the streets. A mobile phone headset will often offer extra functions like volume control and one touch call answering. The cheapest headsets can cost less than ten pounds while the most expensive and feature rich can cost in the hundreds.