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|Earpiece Design:||Earbud (In Ear)||Model:||Bluetooth Headset Wireless Headphone Jabra Stealth|
|Fit Design:||In-Ear only||MPN:||Jabra Stealth|
|Features:||Built-In Microphone, Call Functions, HD Voice, Noise Cancellation, Rechargeable||Wireless Technology:||Bluetooth|
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Easy to use
Great headset with a few issues
This headset is light, fits well and won't move. I can use it for hours without discomfort and you can almost forget you're wearing it. It can be moved from ear to ear without adjustment. The audio processing is amazing. I have walked past diesel locomotives with engines so loud that I could barely hear myself talking, yet the person on the other end of the conversation could still hear me clearly above the background noise. The background noise reduction is one of the best I've experienced. The only issues I've found with the unit is that the on-off switch lever broke off about a year into the unit's use. I was never rough with the headset and I think that due to it's small size, it's not as robust as it should be. I now leave the unit switched on all day and have it plugged into a USB power lead when not using it if possible, otherwise it'll go flat in about 5 to 6 hours. If I know that I need to use it later in the day and won't have a charger handy, I use the tip of a ball point pen to activate the on-off switch stub and switch the unit off and on when required. The other issue I found with the unit was that with my Galaxy S5, the Bluetooth headset connection would randomly disconnect, then connect, then disconnect repeatedly. Sometimes it would work OK and other times it would play up. Turning the headset off and one when required was my workaround, but you couldn't leave it in your ear waiting for a call because it would constantly announce that it was connecting and disconnecting. A later firmware upgrade of the phone significantly fixed the problem, but on occasion it would still do it.... not a major issue in the end. If the switch handle hadn't broken, this would still be operating as new some three years after purchase. Even with the switch fault, it's still a great headset with fantastic audio and noise reduction.