Nextlink BlueSpoon AX2 Bluetooth Headset Review


The AX2 is designed for single-handed usage. For installation, the earpiece should be inserted in the ear, and the soft spring must be bent to take its position in your ear. Once properly installed, it sits solidly in the ear and the chance to fall from there is minimal. Even as it lacks any kind of ear-hook, we didn't experience any bias while it was put on our ears.

Unlike most other headsets, the AX2 can be worn for hours without feeling any discomfort. It sits comfortably in the ear and you can even forget it is there – it won't move or distract you in any way.

Wearing the Bluespoon AX2

Thanks to the small size and the typical “spoon” form narrower at its front part, the Bluespoon AX2 won't turn you into a robot while you are wearing it – it sits gently over your ear and looks elegantly, stylish, as a good complement to businessmen's look, as it is done in rather serious black color. AX2's only drawback is the blue blinking light in the dark, which is just too bright.


The AX2 is an incredible accessory: it's put on easy, stays solidly and comfortably, looks good, and brings good sound! Thanks to the small dimension and weight, and stylish look, you won't feel tired wearing it or feel silly with a big boom next to your face. When we count good sound quality and steady construction, the AX2 is one of the best in its category.


  • Small dimensions with good-looking “spoon” design and comfortable wearing
  • Easy to be attached to either ear with one hand only
  • Very good voice quality (incoming and outgoing)
  • Replaceable rechargeable battery


  • Lacks noise-reduction system and is unusable in wind
  • The blue LED is too bright and can not be shut down

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