I'm someone who hates talking on the phone for a long time, because I am always busy and need my hands to be free. I'll be in the middle of cleaning, working out, on the computer, applying my makeup etc. and then my phone starts ringing. Have you ever tried to apply eyeliner with one hand? The results aren't good.
Sometimes I will try to free up both of my hands by placing my phone on my shoulder and bending my neck, we have all done this maneuver, and it's uncomfortable! Not to mention, your phone is in some serious danger of falling into a sink full of dirty dishes or shattering onto the floor when you try to hold your phone with your shoulder and do two things at once.
Thankfully, Jabra makes a solution to this problem! Jabra produces a wide range of headsets and speakerphones for professional and everyday use. All of their products are stylish and their designs are innovative. Their products and designs have won them numerous awards. Best of all, you can purchase Jabra products at a fairly affordable price all across the globe, including retailers such as Best Buy, Costco, K-Mart, Radio Shack, Staples, Walmart, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and many more.
I received the Jabra Style Bluetooth Headset. As, the name suggests, this is one stylish headset. It's small, sleek, and features an attractive brushed steel design. I love that I can wear it out, and you can hardly tell I am wearing it. So much better than the big, bulky, and cheap looking Bluetooth headsets I have seen. This is a headset I won't mind being seen in, it's professional looking and elegant.
I am not the most tech savvy person, so I was happy that this headset was super simple to set up. All I had to do was turn on my headset, turn on the Bluetooth on my phone, and pair them. If you don't have Bluetooth, you can also easily pair the headset with an NFC device as well. After the initial pairing, the headset and phone are always connected, and all I have to do is turn my headset on when I want to use it.
Since, I am not the best at learning new technology, I was also relieved with the simplicity of the design and minimalistic controls. There is a switch on the bottom of the device for turning it on and pairing, and there is a button on top for answering and ending calls. You can also reject a call or redial the last number by double tapping the top button.
You don't have to bother with any volume controls, because the volume adjusts intelligently by the noise level in your surrounding environment.
Another thing that is highly important in choosing a headset is comfort. If you are going to be wearing your headset for awhile, you don't want your ear to hurt or become irritated. I found that the Jabra Style Headset is very comfortable. The ear hook fits on my ear nicely and the device is lightweight. It doesn't even feel like I am wearing a headset.
You can wear the device comfortably on either the left or right ear, just by making an adjustment to the ear hook. If you don't want to wear the headset around your ear, the device also comes with an ergonomically-designed ear gel, so you can wear the device inside your ear.
Some of the other benefits of the Jabra Style Headset include:
Overall, I would highly recommend the Jabra Style Bluetooth Headset. I am now multi-tasking like a pro and doing it in style. I use my headset daily, and it does just what I need it to do with ease. You can purchase the Jabra Style for $49.99 at Amazon.com, Verizon.com, T-Mobile.com or at a T-Mobile store near you.