We've seen from a great distance at how some people who talk on a Bluetooth headset can be perceived as strange as they aimlessly chat away into thin air with no one near them. Well if it weren't for that noticeable Bluetooth headset perched on their ear, one would probably think of their antics as somewhat strange – especially when those hand gestures start to become prevalent as they become more passionate in their phone call. If you prefer something that doesn't stick out as a sore thumb on your ear, then the SmallTalk Mini Bluetooth headset might be what you're looking for – it's crafted especially for those individuals who prefer something compact and almost unrecognizable from a decent distance. Retailing for a mere £15 ($22), the inexpensive price tag for it comes along with a few goodies such as a USB and car charging kits. With its smaller size, talktime is reduced to only 3 hours while standby tallies in at 100 hours – still, it might be more than adequate for most users. Now you really are required to see it up close and personal to distinguish a person talking on a Bluetooth headset as opposed to themselves.