Pros 11 hrs 50 mins of Talk Time, 14 days of Standby
Cons Call pickup on unit cumbersome and one supports one-to-one connection.
Summary I bought this unit about 20 days ago and connecting it to my O2 mini was a breeze. However, i found out that when the phone rings, picking up the call from the unit was impossible. A quick check on the documentation recommended that i pick the call on my phone and switch to the headset - cumbersome.
Then I connected the headset to my notebook wanting to use it for Skype. It worked well, but then I found out the pairing was lost with my mobile phone.
The sound quality is really good and the weight is not any heavier than many on the market. I really liked the concept of using AAA batteries. I did not have to worry about charging. The unit lasted more than 14 days before requiring battery change. Talk time is 11 hrs and 50 mins, less than the 15 hrs on the product spec.
"Not very durable"on by hessuko
Pros Ease of use
Cons Cover breaks
Summary In about eight months I managed to break the cover of two BT110's.
Otherwise this was a great headset.
No flashing lights, but it works!
No need of a charger, consumes batteries.
Was replaced by BT 130.
"Good heaset"on by adamsmak
Pros AAA battery, long talk and standby time
Cons disconnect with phone when it's not used(for saving power?)
Summary when I use it to connect with Ericsson T39, I can hear clearly but the receiver can't hear me. However, I connect it with Motorola E398, it work perfectly!
Using AAA battery let me no need to bring one more charger on my trip!
By the way, I'm looking for a headset which can be connected to both mobile phone and PC, then I can switch between mobile and skype!
"Value for Money"on by wilswong
Pros Value for money. All the things needed except....
Cons 4-5 seconds reaction time maybe a bit slow
Summary Other users feels that the reception and sound quality is not as good. After having tried out the motorola, the Jabra, though the cheapest of the whole lot, is so much better in terms of comfort level, reception power and also asthetic level.
One welcome difference is the use of AAA batteries. We would normally upgrade the phone but not the phone. I would not like to lug around two types of chargers for my trips, one for phone and one for the earpiece. The BT100 is a welcome change.
My experience of the call quality is extremely good. Feedback on the voice quality by those whom I have conversation with indicated that the voice is clear even when there's ambient noise around. Therefore the only conclusion why some users may experience different voice quality maybe due to the phone they have paired with the earpiece (a guess work....some people may want to try the earpiece with other phones to come to a better conclusion). BTW, I am using the Nokia 6670 which is a good phone by itself and have tried it with the latest Nokia 3230 which is also excellent.
I got my earpiece for SGD 90.
Pros Comfortable (for short periods of time only), decent sound in your ear.
Cons Heavier than Jabra claims. Callers can't hear you. Poorly designed.
Summary My first impression was that I could hear my callers very, very well. However, it soon became apparent that my callers couldn't hear me well at all. What a frustrating and poorly designed headset. The microphone is practically positioned behind your head. My callers complained of muffled conversations. Oh, they could hear me just fine. Only, they couldn't understand a word I was saying.
Only benefit was the ability to use rechargeable AAA batteries and the huge amount of talk time (15 hours, claimed.) But who cares when you can't even have a conversation.
After twenty minutes or so, this heavy thing starts to hurt your ear. It's heavier than Jabra claims. I went with the Motorola HS 805 which also uses AAA batteries, and I rate the Motorola a 7.5-8.0 out of 10.0.
This Jabra is terrible, and by the way, so is the A210 adapter for non bluetooth phones. I have the A210 and it constantly goes into stand-by during my conversations.
Can't wait to use my Motorola with an actual bluetooth phone when I am eligible for an upgrade with my wireless provider.