With up to 12 hours of talk time and 300 hours of standby time, the headset also features increased range, faster connection to the phone and improved audio quality.
Additional features such as a LED indicator to display charging and battery levels, and a dedicated pairing button, are designed to offer greater convenience and ease of use to consumers. Jabra BT500v is also equipped with an additional charging option via a USB cable from a laptop or desktop computer.
Seems to connect to calls faster on my 700p than the BT250v I was using on my 650. Sound quality is very good. Charge seems to last very long as I am always using it in the field. Like the over the ear style - often forget it on my ear. Price seems to be only drawback.
This is cleary the best headset on the market. It took 4 days for me to recharge it and the low battery life hadn't even come on yet. I let me wife use it and now I have to buy another. It fits great and you forget sometimes its even on your ear.
Good and bad
I had the bt500 and it was the only headset that worked well with my 650.I have tried numerous headsets and nothing else worked near as well.It did quit working within 6 months of owning it,but I am getting ready to order another one hoping that the 1st one broke was just a fluke .
Dosn't work with my 650
I love the headset but I could not get it to work with my 650. Nothing but static on both ends of conversation. I'm sure that it would work with my wifes Sanyo.
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