Jabra Bt5010 Bluetooth Wireless Headset

By: Anna More

Travel light! This is true with a Jabra BT5010 headset. You do not have to pack in a lot of luggage to make sure your headset can work anywhere. Just grab the USB charging cable. It won't take too much space yet will assure you connectivity anywhere, and anytime. But with a talking time of 10 hours and 300 hours of standby time, this beats the talkers by a mile. The model has excellent audio quality which makes the talking really a good way to while the time. What's more the unit reduces wind noise for voice clarity when you are speeding on your bike. Like all headsets, Jabra BT5010 makes it easier for road runners to connect hands-free.

The Jabra BT5010 Bluetooth headset is designed with a sliding boom arm that allows you to take and end calls. The sliding boom enhances voice quality even with the rain rattling on the rooftop because the arm positions itself nearer the mouth for better voice transmission. There is a microphone within the arm. Simply swing back the arm to position to end your call. You can switch it to a silent mode too; but the moment a call comes in, the vibrator alerts you immediately. What's more, you can pair the unit with two mobile phones simultaneously using the Multipoint technology.

The unit has a battery indicator and alerts the user that it's nearly time to recharge. With that said, there is no worry to run on empty while still on the phone. The ear loop is comfortable and won't give ear fatigue as it can be worn on both ears alternately. So go along and take the trip, and when you want a lower or higher volume, you can adjust the volume buttons with ease. And while on the road, you can call a friend by just using the voice synthesis program, redial the last number called, put a call on hold, mute a call or simply reject a call. Place a phone call through your headset from up to 30 feet away. All these features are incorporated into this sturdy little device designed for convenience, looks and functionality.

Wondering how the magic works? It's all hinged on the Bluetooth

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