Pros *Work voice dialing on 2 different phones
* Noise canceling is very good, almost Jawbone like
* On off boom switch awesome
* Indicator light tells you which phone you are operating.
Cons *No carry case or lanyard
* Difficult to find the correct fit, but possible with some effort
Summary I have owner or used Logitech, both Jawbones, Plantronics 320, 925, and many more. This is the best to date if you need to operate 2 phones. I have the BB storm (work) and BB Pearl (personal). This headset pairs to both and will operate both devices voice dialing. Yes you heard me correct activated dialing on both phones not just the primary device. AWESOME. I never need to pull out my phone to make or answer calls. I travel several times a month and the power switch has helped along with using the same micro-usb charger as the storm. I can carry just 2 cables. One for the pearl with also powers my Mio GPS and one for the Storm and H15. At $75 from Verizon you will not find a better headset.
Pros Excellent noise cancellation, great speech and listening clarity both ways. Cool desk stand/charger, comfortable. Have to see my full review below (expand) to see all of what I wrote because of text limitations here.
Cons Had to heat the ear hook and bend to better shape to fit nicely-no big deal. Have an LG env2 and the H15 sounds great to others once I realized to set "Voice Clarity" OFF and "Voice Privacy" OFF. Basically, the H15 competes with the LG built in stuff
Summary Pairs to two devices. Has excellent noise cancellation and sound clarity. Here's a great test for noise reduction and this is what I did. The day I got the H15, after it was fully charged in the cool desk stand, after 9:00pm on free airtime with Verizon, I drove around with the car stereo on at a fairly loud volume, car was cold so heater fan was on at 75%, with the drivers window open about 6 inches, anywhere from stopped at a red light to 50 MPH. I called 800-GOOG-411 which I use ALL the time. If you've ever used Google for looking up numbers and connecting you know what I mean when I say that although a GREAT service, if there is background noise it will say "starting over" or "just say the city and state" or whatever. Goog 411 says quite a lot actually. Here's what I experienced: I was looking up obscure places with strange sounding names: like Ski-N-See Sandy Utah, Alta Ski Area Salt Lake City Utah (pronounced "all-ta"), Dem Bones Louisville Kentucky (BBQ restaurant), etc... Even with the all of the background noise, it got them all right the first time. The H15 is also full duplex so you can interrupt (true two-way communication). I would say "go back", "start over", "details", "connect", etc... while the Google voice was speaking and it would go straight to that command. I've had 3 other Bluetooth headsets and have never been able to interrupt the voice without waiting for a pause in the speakers voice. Also, with my previous BT headset, my wife HATED when I used Google because she had to roll her window up, turn the radio off, turn the heater off and be quiet (All not easy to ask for in the Rockies in the winter with wife in car!!!) she reads this, I'm a dead man LOL. That proves the noise reduction works very well. On to the sound quality. Hearing the caller sounds more natural and has a deeper sound to it. More base basically. My Mom and Dad like to hear people like they were on landlines. My Mom and I talked today for 4 hours before the battery went dead on the H15. For most of the conversation she didn't even know I was on the H15 Bluetooth. I have not heard any complaints from anyone about my voice from anyone once I set my phone as I listed in Cons section. Make sure whatever phone you have to turn off any noise cancellation it might have as it will compete with the H15 and make your voice sound "robotic" like some people have written in their reviews. I also have a Motorola i860 Nextel phone for work and the H15 pairs to both phones perfectly and sounds great on both. I left myself a voicemail from my Nextel to my Verizon and it sounds like I am on a land-line phone.
Pros None at all
Cons Callers could not hear me and I could not hear them. The boom was a pain. The ear tips didn't fit and were very hard. The noise canceling didn't.
Summary There isn't a lot to say beyond the cons. I bought this on the basis of an Internet review by a trusted reviewer and was shocked by the poor quality of the audio on both ends of the calls. The noise canceling didn't cancel noise, I couldn't hear them and they couldn't hear me.
This after using a Jawbone (first gen) for a while. Truly terrible.
Pros fits nicely in ear; many earpieces provided, good sound quality on both ends
Cons not a standard moto charger;
Summary This is best bluetooth headset yet and beats the jawbone by miles in sound quality and fit.
Pros Boom mic / on-off switch. Pairing is flawless and simple. Comfort and fit. Sound quality and volume.
Cons Slight mechanical voice quality. No USB charging capability.
Summary Compared to other headsets I've used, this one wins hands down. The boom mic / on-off switch is very convenient and works perfectly. I can hear the other caller well and haven't had any complaints from the other end. The build quality and functionality are excellent. It is very comfortable to wear and I think it is as good looking as any headset out there. I would recommend this headset to all.