The Halo Bluetooth headset from Jabra is totally different from the halo that most people have in mind, associating it with angelic beings (and not that Microsoft video game franchise) that are full of light. The Jabra Halo takes the opposite route, however, coming in a big, black and bulky form factor – and wearing so won’t equip you with a heavenly voice when you sing, either. The Jabra Halo bluetooth headset comes with 8-hours of talktime and a 13 day standby time, tipping the scales at 80 grams alongside touch sensitive controls that makes it a snap to adjust the volume with a single stroke. You might look rather strange wearing it at first, but we guess it is like a normal sports headband – you’d get used to it in a bit. This £99.99 Bluetooth headset will also come with Noise Blackout dual-mic technology when it arrives this summer.
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