I recently got a new cell phone, and it makes phone calls and updates my calendar and checks my email and occasionally washes my car. It’s a marvelous phone. But the very best part is that I am now Bluetooth-enabled, which means the days of undoing my seatbelt in the car and strangling myself with my earpiece cord are behind me. Thankfully.
After trying multiple earpieces, I settled on the previous generation of this Jabra headset. I love mine very much, although I would’ve gotten this BT500 if it’d been this cheap when I got mine. This one is a bit lighter than the one I have (which is still quite light). At $29.99 with free shipping it’s a steal.
I swear to you that although my ears appear to be normal, they are apparently freakish in some way; all of the other headsets I tried would not stay in my ear. This design is brilliant. Not only does it stay, I actually forget that I’m wearing it. And then I realize I’ve become one of those people wandering around like a cyborg with a flashing light in my ear. Whoops.