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Jabra BT2040 Bluetooth Headset

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  Not too impressive

| | See all DJNeilski's reviews (1)

Didnt like the fact it wasnt chargable for that price thats expected.
Replacement batteries are 4 GBP each.

  Bargain of the year !!!

| | See all Surboy2's reviews (16)

Incredible bargain. Ordered this handset with a few reservations and thinking I would probably have to return it because of poor quality, etc. I have now been using for a few days and I am so impressed. Solid performance at a ridiculous price. Order 1 or 2 right now and don´t miss this opportunity.

  great for the price

| | See all sleazy25's reviews (7)

Got one of these for my mate to use with his ps3.. Hes really happy and has no idea i bought it for £5!! Perfect crime!!

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  good for a quick fix

| | See all marcelustberbick's reviews (4)

i bought this headset with the view of using it for the ps3 online, i have to admit that it works absolutely brilliant, i was amazed by the quality, especially for the price.
I had no trouble connecting the device, and it has provided trouble free usage ever since i first turned it on.
But, and it is a big but, having spent the whole day out shopping for AAAA batteries, in stores such as Currys, Comet, Argos, and Boots, without any luck whatsoever, and now having bought some from my local village electrical retailer, after a two day wait while they were on order, at £2 a battery, i can honestly say it is cheaper to spend £20 on a rechargeable headset, in the long run.
In summary for £5 you can't go wrong for the price and it may well be worth that just to have one as a standby for emergencies, but for heavy usage forget it.

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  I dont understand...

| | See all solidgames's reviews (1)

Lots of people have mentioned battery issues, isnt it just a stanrd rechargble li-ion built in battery, also will this work with my ps3?

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  itsss not baddd

| | See all 911786mayet's reviews (1)

Its a nice product, howver the batteries aaaa are hard to find!! Not recomended unless you are looking to spend below a tenner

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  Thinking of buying

| | See all GARETH5780's reviews (3)

Looking at reviews it seems the batteries seem to be an issue - but just googled and the cheapest I can get is .85pence for 2 -should I risk it anyway whats the overall quality like ! - its only a fiver !!


| | See all ProperBritish1's reviews (4)

This headset was alright when i first got it for my ps3 then the batteries that cme with it ran out of power i couldnt find and replacements


| | See all Maoist's reviews (4)

I initially bought this for use with my PS3, it was tested first on the phone and connected no problem, then i tried it with the console and was fine although volume on TV isn't very loud. A couple of months went past, batteries ran out - not available in shops. After a while I had to connect to a different console and was unable to so at the moment it's a paperweight. Don't buy, it won't last.