Jabra BT350 Bluetooth

Mid-level Bluetooth headset for the masses

The BT350 offers decent voice performance and lots of functionality, such as voice dialing and vibration ringing. The boomless design is attractive.

The speakers could be a bit louder, but this is a minor issue. People who I spoke with while using this headset said my voice sounded a little hollow

With a multitude of functions and decent voice performance, the BT350 is a good entry-level headset for people who don’t want to spend top dollars on a more expensive model.


The Jabra BT350 Bluetooth 3

With a multitude of functions and decent voice performance, the BT350 is a good entry-level headset for people who don’t want to spend top dollars on a more expensive model.

The BT350 is a slim little number with accents of metallic blue on a gray body. The headset is a boomless design, meaning there are no weird protrusions. The headset has a teardrop shape, similar to many other Bluetooth headsets. There’s one stylish multifunction button on the face of the unit that’s responsible for pairing and call answering. The volume buttons are located on the side of the unit, and may be on the top or the bottom depending on which ear you wear the headset in.

The BT350 fits extremely well. Its flexible ear loop is very convenient and can be molded to fit around your ear perfectly. The speaker also fits comfortably inside the ear. There aren’t any interchangeable ear buds to help steady the headset; however, they’re not necessary due to the extra secure ear loop.
Sound quality was pretty good; about what you’d expect from a mid-priced Bluetooth headset. Range was not an issue and all my calls were clear. However, the people I spoke with mentioned that my voice sounded a little hollow.

Noise was a bit of a concern with this headset. Windiness and overly crowded lobbies made it difficult to carry a conversation with others through the Jabra BT350. The wind interference is understandable. Plus, active noise canceling microphones cost much more than this Bluetooth headset. The maximum volume of the speaker was a bit of a disappointment, as well. A broader range would’ve been nice.

Technical Info

Bluetooth: Yes version 1.2

Range: Up to 33 feet
Talk time: 7 hours of talk time w/ 200 hours of standby
Weight: 0.63 oz / 18 grams
Dimensions: 2.48" x 1.02" x 0.47"
Microphone type: 6mm omni-directional
Battery type: Rechargeable lithium polymer
Charging time: approx. 2 hours
MSRP: $69.99

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