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I've had this bluetooth headset for a good while now and have had mixed experiences with it so far. First of all it is very functional and does most things well. For most driving you can hear and be heard clearly although this does become more difficult at motorway speeds. There have been a few times where i'd wished the volume would go a bit higher. The battery is very good and gives long standby times although there doesnt really seem to be much of an indicator of when it's going to need charging. It is so comfortable to wear I often forget to take it off and after a lot of use it's still working fine.
I have however had constant problems with the LED light on it which tells you in a variety of flashes exactly what it is doing when you are turning it on and off and when it's in use. It often doesn't work or is so dim it's useless which can be very frustrating because you have to look at the phone to see if it's connected or not. I think it could be a build quality issue. It is quite a flimsy piece to touch and if you bend it about a bit the light tends to come back on although not always.
Generally though, for the price I am quite pleased with it. It does have a couple of minor floors but overall it has served me well.
The BT250v builds on the award-winning design of the BT250 and comes in a distinctive new sleek black look to stand out whatever the occasion and whatever your mobile phone. Incoming calls are signaled by a silent vibrating call alert which combined with the distinctive design makes this a truly standout headset.
A single button on the BT250v gives you control of your phone up to 30 feet away - voice dialing, call answer/end, redial and call transfer are all just a touch of a button away. The rechargeable battery give you up to 7 hours talk time; the innovative design and choice of materials ensure excellent voice reception and the patented Jabra MiniGel delivers excellent quality sound directly into your ear.