Bose Bluetooth Headset

Now this is a product I wasn’t expecting from Bose, but I am happy that they came up with it. I have known Bose to make high quality headphones so it seems to me that they might make som very good Bluetooth Headsets, and in this case it seems that the test has proven the quality of them. I have added it to my Amazon Cart after reading the review with the details of the quality and easy of use with these headsets. Based on this statement “The audio quality is superb: clear, sharp and concise” I want this headset.

It also comes with the company’s, relatively, new StayHear tips, which also come with its current range of in-ear buds. The headset also has an easy to reach on/off slider, plus volume and call buttons, and a USB port allowing it to be charged via a laptop, computer or the supplied dedicated plug adaptor.

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Headset Roundup

I have had a chance for a while now to try out different headsets over the years, and I thought I would just post up my basic thoughts on these headsets, not a real thorough review but at least to stay away from a few headsets out there.

Jabra JX10

Rating:

Small and useless, sound quality just horrible

Jabra BT135

Rating:

Very bad quality sound and has trouble connecting sometimes

Jabra BT 250

Rating:

One of my favorite headsets, fantastic sound quality, long battery life, and comfortable fit

Jabra BT 2020

Rating:

A good bluetooth headset, good fit, comfortable, but a bit slow to react to phone calls

Sony Ericsson HBH-DS970

Rating:

Great quality headset, good sound, long battery life, and caller ID

Sony Ericsson HBH-GV435a

Rating:

Excellent headset, good battery life, clear sound, and very comfortable

Sony Ericsson HBH-IV840

Rating:

Good sound quality, but doesn’t hold onto the ear when walking around, short battery life.

Nokia BH-602

Rating:

The quality was low, short battery life, and interference in bluetooth connection.

New Sony Ericsson Headsets

HBH-PV 715 seems to be the cheapest of the three, and is – once again, in my opinion – the better looking of the bunch as well. It’ll come in either the pictured white trimming or a black one.

HBH-PV-720 is the headset for the more sophisicated and fashionable of us. You can personalize its look with StyleUp covers, and it comes with a pouch and a silver necklace.

HBH-PV-740 is the professional headset for the business man or woman. It’s the only one of the headsets to feature a status display, and it’s the only one to come with a headset desk stand and USB charger. Apart from that, you also get the silver necklace with the HBH-PV-740.

Sony has come out with three new bluetooth headsets, I have been looking around for a bluetooth headset for some time now. I lost my previous one, and I can’t seem to find any in the market, they are all gone. it will be some time before they are released, but the 740 looks to fit my needs, I like a caller ID screen since that means I don’t need to take my phone out of my pocket when I can look at the headset to decided whether to answer or not.

Link: USEB