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Logitech Mobile Traveller Review

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Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review

Traveller is a protracted headset with a short boom microphone and it is attached to the ear only by a bending ring which can be rotated by 180 degrees so that the headset could be used for both ears. The headset's buttons are symmetrically located according to the horizontal axis so that when used for both the left and right ear the buttons' positioning remain the same. Almost the whole headset is in light grey plastic and weighs 0.5 oz, 0.6 inches wide.

Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Jabra BT250 - Logitech Traveller - Logitech Freedom

There are three buttons – one multifunctional and two for the sound, as these two are shaped in a joint body in the form of a circle situated at the rear part of the accessory. The Logitech logo is placed in the center of this circle and it is covered in a translucent surface. Due to the oval shape of the buttons, it's not quite clear which one exactly you press if you use the outer parts of the circle.

Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review


On the opposite side there is a round ear-piece covered in black soft cloth for a better feel when you put the headset on your ear. The ear-piece is smaller than the one used in Freedom and thus fits better on your ear.

Logitech Mobile Traveller Review


There is a silver glossy ring around it that holds the rubber ear-hook, which stands just behind and under your ear so it keeps the headset relatively close to your face – something that was not good enough implemented in the Freedom as swung almost freely in horizontal direction. Although due to its protracted shape, the Traveller is easily seen on your head and it may well provoke some funny remarks by people around you.
The whole boom is about two inches long, ending in a patent-pending WindStop mouth peace. It is not a DSP solution, but rather a design one. The charging port is located just below the speaker, and the only indicator on the headset is a small LED, which emits in red and blue and is located at the end of the multifunctional button.

Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Logitech Mobile Traveller Review

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