Pros Small, lightweight, GREAT sound, can listen to music and hear your phone's notifications, and decent battery life.
STAYS IN MY EAR! *see cons*
Cons The ear loop is tiny and flimsy and I found it very difficult to put on, and when I got it on, it felt like it was going to fall right off my ear, so I just don't use it. The in-ear method is designed very and won't come out even if I shake my head.
Summary I've used a couple different Motorola headsets that were pretty cheap, and I decided it was time to spend a little money on a better one. I bought this headset and I love it! Normally I have issues with headsets that don't have around-the-ear designs (although this one DOES but is not very good) because I have small ear canals, but this one is designed very well and stays in my ear even if I violently shake my head. It has excellent sound quality and fantastic noise cancellation--even with the windows down on my car on the highway, nobody has any trouble hearing me. The only thing I would point out is that this headset gives you 4 hours of talk time, so if you're a heavy user and you talk on the phone ALL day long, this probably isn't the headset for you. I haven't killed it in one day (or even 2 for that matter) so it is perfect for my use.
..and to the guy who gave a 1 star rating because he couldn't put it on while driving.. try putting it on BEFORE you start driving, haha.
Pros Good reception.
Cons No way ! I'm returning mine tomorrow. DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT TRYING TO PLACE THIS DEVICE IN YOUR EAR WHILE DRIVING...YOU COULD CRASH ! It must be wiggled tightly into your ear, and the ear loop is complete junk, twists all over and pops off.
Summary The quality and ease of use are just not worth the price. If you use your phone in your car often, you need to have something more comfortable in your ear, with better volume power and control (this one only controlled by phone volume) The ear loop and the snug fit into your ear are most annoying. The ear loop flips into strange configurations or pops off while you are trying to place it on/in your ear...you may need two hands to do it. As a comparison, The Motorola H17 blows this thing away in almost every way, extremely comfortable and light, easy to use, can be placed into operation with two fingers, has powerful volume, auto shut off (if you forget) and is built very well. ONE DRAWBACK...noisy perfomance in wind or during signal interference. If Motorola can tweak this one drawback, this thing absolutely blows the Jawbone away, even in price ! ...and before you say it...yes, there will be times when you will have to place your bluetooth in your ear while you are driving. You may have forgotten to earlier, and now you have an important call coming in, or better yet, you just spotted a police car !