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Jabra BT350 Headset

Wed Apr 19, 2006 - 5:33 PM EDT - By James Hromadka


The Jabra BT350 does not exactly offer a ringing endorsement for vibrating alert headsets. I still feel that vibrating alert is too much of a gimmick to be practical, but at least you can disable it if you like. The headset has stellar audio quality and would make an excellent choice to use at the office. Sit at your desk with the headset on the table, then when it starts walking across the table you pick it up and answer the call.

If you're buying this headset for the vibrating alert, you will be sorely disappointed - literally if you have delicate ears. As a vibrating headset I would give the Jabra BT350 a 2.5 - 3 rating, but its accessories, lightness, and great audio quality bumps it up overall to a Four.

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Features 3
Usability 3
Setup 5
Cost/Benefit 4
(not an average)
  • Excellent audio quality
  • Lightweight
  • Auto connects quickly
  • Cons
  • Vibrating alert is too strong
  • Excessive blinking LED
  • Not very secure

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    Product Info
    > Name Jabra BT350 Headset
    > Company Jabra Corporation
    > Weight 0.6 oz. (17 g.)
    > Talk time 7 hrs
    > Standby time 200 hrs
    > Bluetooth 1.2
    > Test Unit Unlocked Treo 650 on T-Mobile
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    > $54.95

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