I have use the Jabra headset for at least 4 -5 years and have been happy. The sound quality is strong and the ear piece is comfortable. I have used the behind the ear style (see the FreeSpeak 250 model) with no problems. The only concern I have is that the first 2 headsets that I owned did not seem to recharge after two years. This may be similar to other brands, but I wish they would have lasted longer.
I have also heard very good reviews for Plantronics headsets.
Wow! So many Bluetooth headsets and so many reviews -- I think I have read them all! But I really need to REAL feedback here.
My priorities for the headset are VOLUME (I hate quiet headsets), SOUND QUALITY (it is important that the caller be able to hear me very clearly) and COMFORT.
I prefer the type of headset that has a behind-the-ear clip like the Motorola H700 over just in-the-ear types like the Plantronic (is that spelled right?), but am open to suggestions.
Right now I have a Motorola RAZR H3 headset that I purchased on eBay (a big mistake). My phone is a RAZR and I like that the designs are similar -- and I especially like the design of the H3 headset. However, although sound for ME is great, the sound quality for callers is horrible -- people can barely understand anything I say due to static. My phone and headset are always fully charged and the phone is right with me when talking, so I assume that the H3 I purchased on eBay is a cheap clone from China because the price was just too good to be true -- and I can't believe that a real Motorola would sound that bad for people on the other end of the phone.
I was thinking of buying another H3 from an authorized dealer, but after reading reviews here on CNET, I am worried that the volume level will be too low. (Volume levels seem to be a major complaint for Motorola headsets.)
So, I thought I would look to see which headset had the best sound quality -- both in terms of volume and for sound for callers.
I would appreciate ANY input you might have!