The Monster iClarityHD Precision Micro Bluetooth Speaker 100 delivers excellent sound quality and even includes a microphone for hands-free teleconferencing with a Bluetooth smartphone, but we can't recommend a $120 accessory when Logitech and Creative offer a similar product for less.
The Jabra Halo is an attractive stereo Bluetooth headset, but that's about all we can say for it.
The Jabra BT3030 is a great, affordable option for a stereo Bluetooth headset, if you want to use your own headphones.
The Jabra BT3010 is a playful Bluetooth headset with plenty of cover design options at an affordable price, if you can look past its flaws.
The Jabra BT8040 is a compact yet powerful Bluetooth headset that offers more than enough features for the mobile professional at an affordable price.
The Jabra BT8010 can be converted from a mono Bluetooth headset into a stereo one with a second earpiece. Other innovative design features such as an OLED display, a jog dial, and a simple on/off slider makes this one of the best Bluetooth headsets out there, especially for those who want two Bluetooth headsets in one.
The Jabra BT620s is good for listening to tunes but its uncomfortable design and poor call quality will turn off most users.
Alpine's KCT-100BT Bluetooth module, when combined with an Alpine car stereo head unit and a Bluetooth-capable phone, offers hands-free calling.
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Besides offering decent audio quality and a comfortable fit, the Jabra BT160's multiple design faceplates set it apart from most other Bluetooth headsets.
A stylish design and acceptable performance make the Jabra BT350 a perfect choice as a midlevel Bluetooth headset.