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These days with each coming hour, new features are added to technology that we hadn’t dreamed of before. Since we have to use our mobiles phones a lot – all the time, it can get tiresome and physically straining.
Luckily there is a solution. In you get or make a lot of calls and you don’t want to pick the phone every time, or if you get a lot of calls during driving, there are some Bluetooth headsets you can use. The best Bluetooth headsets may make phone calls easier and less of a hassle, but finding a great headset can in itself become a bit of a pain.
So in order to save you that, we have compiled a list of all the Bluetooth headsets you can find useful.
1. Jabra Motion
The Jabra Motion is a premium quality Bluetooth headset and frankly quite expensive. The upsides are great look, build and call quality, the playback sound quality could’ve been better. The downside is pricing.
The battery is long lasting and gives you 7 hours of non-stop calls, meaning it can easily last for a few days for an average user.
2. Plantronics Voyager Legend
The Plantronics Voyager Legend is one of the most solid headsets around. It has been around for quite a bit now. The design is outstanding, created with the thought of comfort in mind, and can be worn for extended periods of times.
The noise canceling effect works even in loud environments. There are multiple microphones that ensure that audio quality isn’t compromised. All in all, a great all-around Bluetooth headset.
3. Plantronics Voyager Edge
Plantronics Voyager Edge may not have the best battery timings but nonetheless is a solid device. It is designed in a way that it looks small, discreet and lightweight – everything modern design desires. The tech quality on this minimal headset is huge; including three microphones and a boom arm for stellar voice quality.
4. Jawbone Era
If the Plantronics Voyager Edge is small, you should check out Jawbone Era – it is absolutely tiny. If you want to feel like an FBI agent or a spy and don’t want to make it obvious you are wearing an earpiece, then Jawbone is the brand to go for.
It is small and fits in your ear comfortably. You can wear it while walking, jogging or eating at a park. It has a feature called NoiseAssassin that intelligently blacks out all the background noise.
5. Plantronics Marque 2
The Plantronics Marque 2 is the most valuable handset in our list. It is not as featured packed as some other but it provides excellent value for money. It gets all the basics right, battery timing is solid, the sound quality is brilliant and the design is good.
It is a bit lacking on the noise canceling front, but given the pricing, a few drawbacks could be forgiven.
6. Plantronics M55
Plantronics M55 is another brilliant budget headset. It is very comfortable to hear and supports voice commands and the sound quality is especially good. It has an auto sleep detecting mode which makes it go into hibernation when it is separated from the connected headset and quickly activates when brought in range again.
7. Jabra Wave
Jabra Wave is the Nokia phone of headsets – it is quite unbreakable and goes on and on. It is sturdy and also has an excellent battery timing. If you are a rough user who tends be outdoors and away from chargers a lot, then this is the headset for you. It features strong audio quality and is good at suppressing noise, especially wind noises.
8. Jabra Supreme UC
The Jabra Supreme is the multipurpose headset. You can connect it to both smartphone and computers – wirelessly of course. As TechRadar says about this beauty:
“You can switch between sources by holding the end call button for two seconds and that allows you to almost seamlessly switch between using it for a phone call or other services like Skype and Google Hangouts.”