Jabra BT250 review


 If you liked the Jabra BT200, there is no reason why you should not love its successor - BT250(v). Building on its award winning predecessor, the BT250v has the same design but increased battery life and some added features such as vibration.


  • Bluetooth 1.1 specification
  • Headset and Hands-free profiles
  • Up to 8h talk time
  • Up to 240h stand-by
  • 0.8 oz weight
  • 05 x 2.375 x 4in.
  • Uni-directional microphone
  • Lithium polymer battery

Sales package:

  • BT250 headset
  • 4 Mini-gels (2 standard and 2 small)
  • Charging cradle/belt-clip
  • A/C adapter
  • Manual

BT250 compared to BT800, Scala-500 and Logitech Mobile Free


  The BT250v's design is very inconspicuous and most of the headset is concealed behind the user's ear. The headset ends with a Mini-Gel, which goes into the user's ear canal. Such a design helps block ambient noises and also channels the incoming sound directly into your inner ear. The headset comes with several different size Mini-gels to fit different ears. Adjusting the headset for left-right ear is also very easy - just turn the Mini-gel to 180 degrees. A flexible rubber arm connects the ear-piece to the main body which is hidden behind the ear and holds most of the headset's electronics and battery. A rocker switch is used to adjust the volume and a multi-function button are located on the outer side of the headset's main body. The buttons are well spaced out, with good response when pressed.  

BT200 next to BT250
multi-function button on the left and rocker switch on the right

Since the unit does not contain any moving parts, with the exception of the pivoting Mini-Gel it should be very durable and drop-breaking resistant.

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