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Good Points It's fast to get out when you get a meeting reminder in Outlook. You just flick on the on button, you get "pc connected" in your ear, and off you go. There are no wires to worry about which is one of my main reasons for upgrading.
The dongle is easy to pair with if you only want it for pc use. It's a stylish minimalist design.
I tried a logitech wireless headset and it was totally unusable. This headset is usable and will work fine, just don't expect it to excellent and do expect some moderate annoyances.
Problems The problems I experienced include it being difficult to hear properly on the stereo version. The headset blocks your ears so you can't hear your own voice. If you must buy it I would get the mono version instead.
It's not that comfortable to wear compared to the Jabra UC Voice 750 MS Mono that I have used for 5 years and always liked. If you tilt your head forwards the headset falls off meaning you must always look forwards! This happens because it's mainly plastic so there's nothing to keep it on except a small strip of rubber material. It's not as comfortable as the UC Voice either.
Magnet does not work properly. So many other people have mentioned this issue but nothing has been done about it yet (new purchase in May 2018). To me it's not much of a serious issue but the microphone does not stick to the headset properly and any kind of twisting motion causes it to pop off all the time. The mic does not fall down so it's only a minor issue in my opinion.
Cannot re-pair with pc after using bluetooth. This one I really bothers me. I tried to listen to music on bluetooth with my smartphone. When I was finished I tried to go back to pc connection but couldn't. I switched off the bluetooth on the phone but it did not revert back to pc again. The only way I found is to yank out the dongle (on the back of my pc and hard to reach) then plug it back in again. In the end I decided not to use it for music.
No instructions. There are literally 2 pages of instructions. It does not tell you how to solve the pairing issue I had above. I downloaded the pdf instructions from the website but no additional instructions are provided.
To switch audio devices you must use a separate piece of software, not provided, or use the system tray audio button in Windows 10. The Windows 10 switcher is a godsend and allows you to easily switch between speakers and headset, but without it you have to go right back into "Sounds" and manually disable the other device. Why didn't they put this in the instructions? Why didn't they provide extra software for Windows 7 and 8 users? Why didn't they test it on real people?! I dispair, this is embarrasing..
Audio instructions are quite annoying. It says things like "pc connected" or "sound muted". I could get used to it alone, but this brings me on to another issue - it's very slow to unmute. This means in a meeting you suddenly need to talk to everyone and you can't. To unmute you have to hold the down volume for 2 seconds, then you get the audio instructions for 2 more seconds, then everyone is wondering why you aren't talking yet, then you start talking. Did they not bother to test this in a real setting? The workaround is to use the on-screen mute button which makes things a little faster.
Audio quality is not great. Bluetooth is supposed to be digital audio meaning it's actually moving data around not analogue audio. This means the quality should be crystal clear and sound as good as a good pair of wired headphones. But the audio is coarse and the quality is equivalent to a good FM radio. It's not unusable but I expected a lot better for £102.
Conclusion All in all I would stick with the wires and go with a Jabra UC Mono, for me the 65 is more fashion over function. Humanity still hasn't found a good way to do wireless headsets yet.
Ordered this 1.5 years ago, and it's a great headset, use it regularly at work for VoIP. Sound quality is great, mic does a good job (from what I can tell) in terms of noise cancellation (the office can get noisy!) And battery life can roughly at least a day, even with regular use. It's pretty comfortable for long term use, and I'm sure other people benefit from the adjustable headband. I also like the magnetic mic stand, it can stow the arm so it just looks like earphones. A few niggles: - As a women with long hair, it sometimes get caught in the joints, which can get pretty annoying. - When connected to the PC via the USB dongle, it does have some issues connecting correctly. You do have a faff about in Windows to get it right sometimes. If you connect it to the PC to charge, it can cause some conflicts there as well. - After 1.5 years, the USB dongle stopped working. I used it a lot, but I expected a bit more quality. - Having to switch to bluetooth to connect to my PC, the audio quality is not so good; I trust it's more the issue of BT rather than the headset. - I wish the headset carrying case had a pocket for the USB dongle. So it's done the job over the past 1.5 years, but hate the short lifespans of electronics today. For the price I was hoping to get a few years of use out of it.
The headset is OK, it doesn't fit particularly well, the ear phones are very basic in their design. The sound quality is OK on phone calls.
My main gripe is the battery life. It's almost guaranteed that when I pick the headset up in the morning it's dead. You have to constantly remind your self to plug it in and charge it to the point you end up having the cable plugged in half the time and you could have bought a much cheaper wired headset.
As another reviewer said its fashion over function, it looks much better than it performs.
Overall very Good. Very easy to set up (plug n play). Sound quality is good and it blocks enough background noise out. Bluetooth is good with expected range. One issue I find is they start getting uncomfortable after about 30 mins , making hour long calls a challenge. I find the pressure they put on your ears is a bit much. The other issue is that the mic arm can only move up or down, and not away. I find it almost sits in my mouth, and you can't bend it away. Would I recommend.... probably worth seeing what else is out there!
Have enjoyed the Jabra Evolve 65 for 3.5 years, but now the build quality is revealing itself - firstly the plastic on the headband snapped (no spares available) and weeks later the USB dongle fell apart when removing it from a USB port.
The mechanism for sliding the headset phones in and out of the headset is a weak point and will eventually break, unless handled delicately. Noise cancelling is good, voice reproduction is also good. Terrible for any kind of music though - but that's not what you get these for though.
As earphones for the average person they are great, but for myself I found them very uncomfortable and ever which way I tried to wear them after 10 mins my ears were painful and under to much pressure.