The Jabra BT250 is a godsend for people who want to stay within the boundary of the new UK driving laws, without butchering the dashboard of their car for a permanent kit.
Call quality between the Jabra BT250 and my current handset (a Nokia 6310i) is superb, with many callers questioning the fact that I am even driving at all, when speaking via the BT250 in the car.
Battery life is superb, with up to a week on standby, using the Jabra for perhaps 30-40 minutes per day. Charge time is about 2 hours from totally flat. Placing the headset into your ear takes a little getting used to, and some 'ear-lobe abuse' took place over the first few days, until I became accustomed to slipping the headset on correctly.
The unit works best with 1-2 metres of the phone; much further than this and the call quality starts to degrade a little (manifests itself as a background crackle). However, this distance is fine for the car - the headset is in my right ear, and the phone is on the passenger seat.
The Jabra BT250 is provided with four 'mini-gels'; two large and two small, depending on what you find most comfortable, you can use either size.
Overall, this is a superb product, which expands on the already good quality of its predecessor, the BT200. The main bonus is the extended battery life - with a week's standby, this headset is worth the extra £10.
Amazon's price is the best you will find - Editor's Choice for safe hands-free driving this Summer!