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The Aliph Jawbone is a premium Bluetooth headset with amazing sound quality. Beware its quirky fit and controls though.

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The Jabra BT8040 is a compact and powerful headset that can also be used to listen to music.

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The SoundID SM100 is small and discreet with above-average sound quality.

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The Plantronics Voyager 855 can be either mono or stereo, simply by attaching or detaching a secondary ear bud.

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The Callpod Dragon is a snug-fitting headset with a range of up to 100 meters.

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If you like the idea of a Bluetooth headset but dislike having to wear one, the Cardo S640 might be a good compromise. You can clip the unit to your shirt, and then only wear the ear bud when there's a call. The ear bud tucks away neatly in the device when not in use.

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The Iqua Sun is the world's first solar-powered Bluetooth headset. It has almost infinite standby time as long as you keep it constantly solar-charged.

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The Etymotic etyBLU Bluetooth headset has amazing sound quality thanks to the in-canal ear buds, and the extended boom mic reduces ambient sound.

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The Plantronics Discovery 925 is a stylish headset with a portable charger.

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