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Similar in design to Jabra's , this model features a hard plastic earpiece that rests on top of your ear and is debatably a tad less comfortable than the M135's foam-padded earpiece. The unit is fairly light and secure when placed on the ear, and it is also easy to slip on and off. That said, we found that it felt more secure than Jabra's EarWrap.
As far as features go, the M124 has its fair share. You'll find an in-line volume control as well as a mike-adjustment switch. Unfortunately, it doesn't have an Answer/End button.
We have no complaints in the audio department. Callers sounded loud and clear and said that they didn't have any trouble hearing us except in windy conditions.
The M124 lists for $32.95, but you should be able to find it for at least $10 less, which makes it reasonably priced but not a bargain. Is it worth stepping up to the more expensive M135? That's hard to say, because we didn't find a huge difference between the two units. However, some users may find the M135 slightly more comfortable.