Pros Very light 5 different ring tones Voice activated dialing Vibrating call alert View, select and call from call list ‘Caller ID’ on incoming calls Reject incoming call Call waiting Last number redial Dedicated mute button Dedicated pairing button
Cons Feels very flimsy when on your ear. Volume is not loud enough, especially when there's a lot of background noise. On the other hand, the BT250 is in ear insert, which allows you to hear things in noisy environments.
Pros Flexibility of functions, last 10 call dial, Caller ID, Vibrates, Ring tones
Cons A bit big, Small lag when pressing answer button
Summary I use it with my Motorola V3 and have no problem with compatibility. My former is HS820 which is also a great set. Love all the functions especially the last 10 calls dialing. On V3, the known name will appeared with incoming, but when redialling, it will only show the number which often you dont remember who the number belong to.
It's a bit uncomfortable right now, but so was the small and light HS820 when I first use it.
Now if Jabra can add feature that transfer the phone book in to the headset that you and dial from, it would be perfect!
Pros beautifull to look at
Cons everything else
Summary most of the times the BT800 would not know a call was coming thru. When it did worked, it would take more than 3 rings before the BT800 would let me know a call was comming thru. When it worked and I press the answer button there was a delay of about 7 seconds before i could hear the other person on the line, or they could hear me. The caller ID almost never worked. I gave up.
Pros Easy operation. Great range. Good sound even outside
Cons Fitting on ear takes getting used to. Charge cord. Battery life
Summary The display is awesome for you can use this headset to make all the past 10 calls received and sent. Syncs with my LG-325 voice dialing as well so I do not ever need to use my cell phone! It takes a few days to get used to wearing it on your ear. The functions are very easy to use once you figure them out. The battery life is not as long as just using a cell phone. It charges with an AC and a USB cord on the computer which is also nice. Both charging cords can be inserted backwards into the headset which is a poor design but you get used to the correct way. I love hands free. I can have my cell in my car and am outside of car talking! Could be broken easily so I always keep in the carrying/belt case. Great business tool
"RE: Solid Performer"on by hperry
Pros Great clarity receiving and sending, acceptable volume on XV6600, Comfortable
Cons A bit bulky, menu operation takes some figuring out
Summary Ignore the poor ratings here based on one device. This misguided tactic says nothing about the quality and value of this product.
Comfortable to wear, excellent static free communication with my XV6600 and relatively light weight commend the BT800. Minor software glitches were resolved with the (top rate) Jabra customer support group who called back twice to see if I was happy. The headset had enough volume for the XV - something that has been a problem with other headsets. Ring tones are a nice touch. I like the fact that the bluetooth flashes are subtle.
The headset is a bit bulky. The menu on the phone is easy enough once you get used to it, but three button operation is not particularly intuitive.