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Jabra BT5020 Bluetooth Headset

by Jabra

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  • Up to 10 hours talk time and up to 300 hours standby
  • MultiPoint connections
  • AutoPair functionality
  • Optimized wind noise reduction
  • Enable/Disable vibrating alert

Product details

  • Item Weight: 340 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
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  • Item model number: Jabra BT5020
  • ASIN: B000PPJL00
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 April 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)

Product Description

The new Jabra BT5020 Bluetooth headset gives you that dream combination - you might even forget to take it off when you curl up in bed!

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Ghafoor on 14 Feb 2008
Having seen some mixed reviews in regards to the Jabra Bluetooth Headsets, some people state they have been excellent and some have stated they have been poor. Previously I have had a Jabra BT200 and BT250v and have had no problems whatsoever.. I did some further research on the Jabra website and found each bluetooth item jabra sell supports up to a bluetooth version.
Jabra BT5020 = Bluetooth Version 2.0
Jabra BT320V = Bluetooth Version 1.2
Jabra BT250v = Bluetooth Version 1.2
Now looking at the specifications of my phone, the bluetooth version is 2.0, hence I liked the BT5020 and the firmware is compatible and purchased this.
So what I am trying to state is, purchase a bluetooth that contains the same version of your phone or a downrevision of the bluetooth earpeice and then should have no problems.
Logically if you purchase a bluetooth earpeice of which has a higher revision than the firmware on the phone, this will not be compatible and hence not work.....

And in regards to this headset...I found the device, very uncomfortable, as you can see the device does not have a ear gel.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By L. Anastasiou on 10 Aug 2007
Background:
I am using the Jabra BT5020 with a HTC S620 Windows Mobile device

Pros:
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Pairing:
* Very easy initial pairing as well as transfer when a call comes in

Sound:
* Clear, loud sound (almost perfect).
* Incoming sound is loud enough to hear inside the car, even with the top down in my convertible. At home, I have to turn the volume down, it's that loud. No problems there.
* Outgoing sound is equally clear, people usually cannot tell if I'm on the headset or holding the phone device.

Range
* I've tested the range for a distance of up to 5m (with clear line of sight to my mobile) and the headset worked well. I do get some static from time to time, but all I have to do to correct this is to bring my mobile to a clear line of sight... the static is usually attributed to the phone being on the other side of my body, in a pocket. Thus, this is an easily correctable issue for me.

By the way, for all those complaining of a short range, who walks around with their bluetooth headset away from their phone for more than 5m anyway??? In my case, the range is always less than 2m (in the car, at the office, at home). If you want to walk around, take the phone with you!!

Comfort:
* Oh my god, this is a comfortable headset. Once you get past the initial difficulty of putting it on (it goes around the ear), it's as easy as 1-2-3. It is indeed slightly inconvenient to put it on while driving, but that's why I just leave it on when I'm expecting a call. You barely notice it's there, it's so light!

Ease of use:
* the headset has 4 buttons, 1) On/Off, 2) Call/End, 3+4) Up/Down volume. I find it simple to use, but a bit fiddly (especially volume up or down).
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By C. Bramhall on 17 July 2007
Let me begin by saying that if it wasn't for my girlfriend constantly using the cheap and poor quality handsfree kit which came with her mobile, I'd never have considered replacing my exceptionally handy Jabra BT250. I won't review the 250 here, but lets just say I preferred it for comfort and clarity. Due to this, I have to compare the 5020 to that of my 250.

There are usually pros and cons with everything in life. It's just that sometimes the pros aren't always outweighing the cons. For me at least, this is true of the BT5020. To me there are 3 most important points of a Bluetooth Headset and so these are what I'll be scoring the product on:
- Comfort
- Battery life
- Sound quality

As I liked my BT250 and it'd served me very well over the past few years, I became a brand name junkie and decided that no other brand would do. So when looking at the stats and sheer elegant design of the BT5020, I knew this would be a great headset to buy. Especially as they also embellish the truth of comfort, stating: "...so comfortable that even after wearing it all day long, you can hardly feel it." Now I own it... I'm inclined to disagree.

I agree that everyone is different and if some disliked the idea of an ear piece being inside your lug-hole and consider it uncomfortable or unhygienic, then this would be the better option as rather than channelling the sound down your ear, it simply plays it through a speaker outside your ear. This to me causes poorer quality audio and a lack of bass - but then, its for phone calls, not Brahms. It also seems that the stylish swan like design has a distinct side affect; its fiddly.

The 250 had a distint advantage of the 5020 when it comes to actually putting it on.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. C. Harvey on 4 Feb 2009
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I've purhased this to go with a Siemens Gigaset SL375 Home phone and it works a treat. It's slightly uncomfortable to wear but I can live with that.

What annoyed me was the vibration when you get calls. The manual doesn't explain how to turn this off and a few searches revealed different ways which just didn't work. I eventually found one that did which is:

* Vibrate Enable/Disable :

While the device is off, press and hold both + and - keys on the device and without releasing those, press and hold the power botton to turn the device on.

This will enable/disable the vibration.

I would of thought this option would be off by default as it's so annoying.
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