Jabra BT3030 Stereo Bluetooth Device - £29.99 @ o2 Shop (Fort Kinnaird, Edinburgh) - HotUKDeals
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Connect 2 devices simultaneously
Auto Pairing to mobile or other Bluetooth enabled device
Splash proof - can be used in light rain
Optional metal chain and removable clothing clip included in the pack
Supplied with Jabra earphones - 3 different ear bud sizes included in the pack Though you can connect your own.
Features DSP (Digital Sound Processing) - with acoustic shock protection
Auto pairing, answer/end call, voice dialling* last number redial*,
reject a call*, call hold/call wait*, mute, quiet mode, play music*,
remote control music player*
Bluetooth 2.0 supporting headset - up to 10 metres range

Found this in Store at the O2 Shop at Fort Kinnaird(Edinburgh)

A google search will find you this cheaper but not from the UK ;-) Mainly deals originating from China.
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#1
Just a quick review having had a chance to play with this ;)
I have it paired simultaneously with HTC Desire and iPod Touch and sound from iPod Touch is very good IMHO.
Made call from phone - Music paused and Phone connected to call - sound clarity from phone was good and the person reporting on the other end said I could be heard clearly. Device suspended halfway down my chest - so not speaking direclty into device.
Ended Call and Music resumed :)
Lights can be turned off if required(these are also used to indicated state of charge) power saving does this automatically after a minute or so though periodic flash on Jabra indicates an active connection(manually turning off lights stops this).
#2
I bought it for this price 18 months ago. However it's a good piece of kit. Paired nicely with my Blackberry. Great stereo sound and all the play/ff/rev/pause/volume buttons work. As a hands free it works well with microphone - good pick-up, interrupts to music, and volume control. It does work dangling from your neck like this but in a noisy environment (on the train) I must admit I usually end up holding it to my mouth to speak into.
#3
I may be missing somthing here but if you have to connect wired headphones to this what I can see little advantage in using it. Why not just connect your headphones to your phone. I thought the whole point of Bluetooth was to replace wires in which case Bluetooth headphones would make more sense.

No having a dig but just don't see the point of this device.
#4
John Mason
I may be missing somthing here but if you have to connect wired headphones to this what I can see little advantage in using it. Why not just connect your headphones to your phone. I thought the whole point of Bluetooth was to replace wires in which case Bluetooth headphones would make more sense.

No having a dig but just don't see the point of this device.

Not for everyone I know - more discreet and easier access. Connects 2 devices i.e. phone and ipod and manages use between both of them.
I have iPod plugged in to PC at work(charging etc) and still wander around freely without loosing connection.

Hey it's a gadget for gadget fans but I find it useful (_;)

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