Pros I don't know...
Cons ...because I didn't even turn it on. The comfort of the earpiece is absolutely atrocious. I'm returning this tomorrow. It actually hurt to put the piece in my ear.
Summary Might have great sound, I don't know, but if it's unwearable, who cares?
Pros Easy to set up use. Good for beginners or basic inside use. Good battery life. Dedicated power button.
Cons Poor noise cancellation/high background noise. Frequent static. ear bud sound quality is acceptable but not great. Ok to poor microphone quality. People I talk too often say its sounds like I am on speaker phone.
Summary I do not need any frills or extras from my bluetooth headset. I just want it to answer and make calls. I thought this would be a good choice when I found it on sale for $19.99. It set up easily and is easy to use. It is small and light and relatively comfortable. I was very pleased with everything but the sound quality. There is often light static and I sometimes have trouble clearly understanding the person I'm talking to. The microphone has moderate to poor quality and poor noise cancellation. I can have a basic conversation but I have to do a lot of repeating because people have trouble understanding me.
This headset is perfect for tech the tech challenged and if it is used primarily inside. I like to use mine in the car or when out of the office and this model is not the best choice for noisy environments. I will be looking for another model soon.
Pros Very lightweight - very inexpensive.
Cons Noise cancelling is non-existent. I use it with MS Communicator (VoIP). During testing, my correspondent claimed he could clearly hear our boss two cubicles away, and not speaking very loudly (hmmm... great spy tool).
Summary Noise cancelling issues aside, receiving sound is very good. Buttons seemed very easy to use, and the on-off switch was welcomed. With the occasional very low sale prices, this unit can be considered a good throw-away headset.
Pros Comes with 2 ear hooks, short USB cable, and a short cabled AC charger.
Small and fits well without the using the ear hook.
Cons Circus music for incoming calls.
Poor range with my Sony Ericsson W518a.
The battery indicator light is not user friendly.
Summary For the clearest conversations, I practically need to hold the phone up to my ear, and it still isn't great.
I believe this model is near the bottom-of-the-line, but I'm not eager to buy another Jabra.
I didn't think I would use another Motorola headset, but I'm now using a Motorola H270. Much better all around.