How's your bluetooth headset?

@cianoy (513)
Philippines
January 9, 2010 9:54pm CST
I just got a Jabra BT2015 Bluetooth Headset. Any experiences with this? Do you find it convenient to use? Is it easy to use? Do you prefer it over using your phone directly?
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@Jennlk84 (4219)
• United States
10 Jan 10
Ya know I received a blue tooth headset a few years ago as a deal when I bought a new cell phone through Verizon. I never used the headset because I lived in PA and didn't have to be hands free. Plus, I just don't make phone calls while driving anyways. Now I live in NY - where it is the law that you must have a hands free way of talking if you decide to make phone calls while driving. Well I just don't make phone calls. lol So I still have this blue tooth headset that has never been used. I wasn't a huge fan of it when I first got it because It seemed so small. I guess that was what originally kept me from really using it.
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@cianoy (513)
• Philippines
10 Jan 10
Well, it's hard to argue with not calling while driving. That is the safest way. However, it's also appealing to me because I heard that there's a lot of radiation when you put your cellphone by your ear. So even when I'm home, I try to go handsfree all the time. Why don't you give it a try? Maybe it'll grow on you.
@rosekiss (30272)
• Eugene, Oregon
10 Jan 10
I have an LG phone, so I got an LG bluetuoth from Verizon right after the 1st of the year, as here in Oregon it became a law that we can't drive and talk unless it is hands free. I have used it already, and it isn't the most comfortable bluettoth, but it does work and that is all that matters, and it really isn't all that comfortable, but I am dealing with it. I only use it when I am out and about anyway, otherwise, I shut it off, to conserve the battery in the headset. I am all for the law as people here in Oregon will text and drive which is totally whacked, and dangerous. I would never do that, as it is just crazy. I don't talk all that much when I am driving, but at least I am prepared for when I do. Take care, and happy mylotting.
@cianoy (513)
• Philippines
10 Jan 10
Wow, responsible drivers. ;-) I have to agree with you that it's not very comfortable. I've always felt that way with any headset (even walkmans). But it does the job. What do you think about sound quality though?
@rosekiss (30272)
• Eugene, Oregon
10 Jan 10
The sound quality seems to be okay as I didn't get the ones that block out noise reduction, as they are just to expensive. I ened up paying $40 for my headset, and most of them are higher than that. I just wanted something that would work so I wouldn't get stopped for talking on the cell phone. I don't talk all that much when I am driving, but I never know when my daugther will call me, so I keep the bluetooth in my purse and use it while I am on the road. Happy mylotting.
@cianoy (513)
• Philippines
11 Jan 10
Wow, I didn't know they cost that much. Mine's a gift.
@kaylachan (4776)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
14 Jan 10
I have a Jabra as well but I never paid any attention to the model number. All I know is I get crystal clear sound and it does me well when I have to use it for hands free purposes. It doesn't always want to stay put in my ear though, but that's not too bad. A few adjustments usually solves that problem.
@cianoy (513)
• Philippines
18 Jan 10
Really? I wouldn't call my reception crystal clear. Mine's a little blurred.