Logitech Mobile Traveller Review
Despite the bending ear-hook, placing the headset using only one of your
hands is almost impossible. You can get used to putting it on for a little less
time this way only after a lot of practice. But after all a hands-free device is
meant to stay on your head, placed there in advance. Once put on, the headset
feels securely positioned and even vigorous head-shake does not make it wobble.
The accessory in neither one of the lightest, nor of the heaviest ones, and
there is no problem to have it on your ear for a longer period of time. The
device was tested for even more than an hour without removing it, and we can say
that it does not cause inconvenience comparative with PAIN, like the Freedom.
You start to feel a little uncomfortable after using it for more than 45
minutes, and there's not problem using for another 45 minutes.
Traveller is an interesting mid-level headset. It is stylish and well-made, except when you place it on your head and its long Boom Microphone makes you a bit robot-like. When attached, it is really steady and feels quite comfortable so it could be used for a long time it is suitable for long conversations. The sound reproduced by the ear-piece is very loud and clear, but the other party had a really hard time hearing us. In fact, if don't look like a Robot with it on your head, and it didn't have those problems with the sound from the microphone, then Logitech Mobile Traveller should be a very good choice for its price!
- WindStop technology
- Steady attachment to the head without the threat of falling off
- Easy to manipulate without confusion
- Low volume sound from the microphone the people you are talking to find it hard to hear you
- Ugly design with a big Boom