Jabra BT3030 Bluetooth Stereo Headset




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  1. K. Murray says:
    58 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Jabra BT-3030 – Just Splendid!, February 14, 2008
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    K. Murray (Indiana) –
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    This review is from: Jabra BT3030 Bluetooth Stereo Headset (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    Couldn’t be happier with this stereo headset. Purchased for my wife last week (for Valentines Day) with the hope she wouldn’t like it and I could snag it back. Well, that didn’t work out as planned and after using it I’m pretty ticked about the whole deal.

    We’ve found this has very good battery life, much greater range than any of our other BT devices, and the sound quality of music, as well as send/receive phone, is better than expected…Having passed the “Dad” test on at least 5 occasions. FYI – my dad is a real pain when it comes to phone call clarity. Offering up all sorts of “you on that headpeice dealie now” comments when calls aren’t crystal clear. ((Nokia BT-800 is the only other BT unit to pass this scrutiny))

    The supplied phones sound dang good and with my Sennheiser’s I’m really sorry the wife isn’t playing my game. The unit came with an ac charger, but other than the first charge I used a mini-usb we had lying around. It would be great if you could use while charging, but it charges in 30-45 minutes so not a loss. Battery life for music is well beyond 5hrs (that’s how much was on the memory card) + about an hour of phone. I should note the unit flashes red when battery is low and it did so for 2hours and was still jamming. I’ll blame that on the battery only having cycled twice at the time.

    Some of the review sites have fixated on the Dog-Tag looking unit and seem to skimp on the functionality aspect. Yes, it looks like Dog-Tags – well it has to look like something, why not Dog-Tags. It has no sharps, doesn’t snag on things and feels quite sturdy. All in all we’re very happy with the form and function. When it was new we (I) spent a great amount of time hitting the buttons and onterwise fondling it because I (we) could. After some time behind the wheel, the layout is rather intuitive and the buttons have raised icons which we now navigate through songs and phone answereing tasks thoughtlessly. Very handy because you will use this with an index finger when worn like a pendant or thumb when operated like a remote. Even the ice cream wiped off easily without a trace. Wifee doesn’t have a clue we (I) dipped her present in an after shopping snack.

    Highly Recommended.

    Have a Great Day

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  2. David L. Dougherty says:
    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hard of Hearing, February 11, 2008
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    This review is from: Jabra BT3030 Bluetooth Stereo Headset (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    This device is wonderful. I am hard of hearing and am able to use this device with induction ear hooks which broadcasts my cellphone directly into my hearing aids. I just take out the earphones included with the unit and plug in my ear hooks! This makes a kind of “neckloop” but at just a bit over half what it would cost to buy one. The sound is great.

    For the hard of hearing, if you are looking for a good bluetooth device for your cellphone this is it.

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