"Comfortable and Good Call Quality."4.0 starson by brigitj
Good call quality
Good for music
Others can hear me.
Stylish (no blinking light on side of my head)
Goes into standby when folded
Cons: Charging port/cord not reliable
Instructions regarding indicator lights inaccurate
No feature to initiate voice dial
Portability is still somewhat of a hassle
Needs a better case
Summary: I find this headset to be the most comfortable of any I've had (of course I don't like the feel of ear buds). Except for times of exceptional activity, it generally seems secure enough for me (as long as R is on Right and L is on left; it fits poorly if you turn it the wrong way). I have actually found call quality to be great and music quality was not disappointing (though I'm probably not one to be overly picky about sound quality of my music). People on the other end of my calls have given me good feedback that they can hear me clearly and well. I've even used it while driving with the convertible top down. Although they do hear the wind, they have no problem understanding me. I think that makes a pretty good headset. My jawbone would have never worked like that and had awful sound quality no matter how hard I tried to follow their instructions. I've also received compliments on the halo style. One feature you can take for granted until you don't have it: It goes into standby when folded, i.e. no dreaded "answered the phone but can't hear/talk because the headset is connected and I don't know where it is"
That said, I wish Jabra had paid a little more attention to the other details of system usage. The charging has been an issue. The charging port does not hold the cable. I have to position it just right to get it to stay and it generally falls out. The indicator lights to not behave as described in the instructions (online or in packaging...which are different from each other) so I'm never completely sure if it is charging or if it is fully charged, etc.
It was somewhat disappointing that there is no button press on the headset that initiates voice dial. (but since voice dial on the Eris is useless anyway, it's not a big loss for me)
Finally, it is a bit bulky. But this is only in comparing it to a mono headset. It takes up a lot of space to carry around thus I end up not having it with me often when I wish I did. It does come with a soft case for protection but I would have preferred a case with easier/quicker access. It's a semi annoying, and 2 handed job to get the headset in or out of the case (strong velcro closure with very little to grip.)