Kindly sent in by VicTsing for free, in return for an honest and un-biased review, we have the VTin Bluetooth Headset for review.(Getting this item for free, has had no effect on my overall opinion of the product).

Product Features:(Taken From Amazon Product Listing)

  • High Quality Sound. With 4 X noise cancelling technology, the Bluetooth headset provides you crystal clear sound even in noisy environment. Ideal for meetings and conversing with people on the go.
  • Lightweight and Comfortable. The driver’s headphones is lightweight and will not cause the feeling of overwhelming on your head. The skin-friendly ear-cushion offers you an ultra comfortable experience for extended periods of time wearing.
  • Super Long Battery Life. It allows up to 12 hours continuous talking time and 200 hours standby time with a single USB charger.
  • Friendly Design. The Mic is adjustable for left or right reference. Furthermore, the over-the- head configuration is also customizable to fit your inclination for snug fit.
  • Easy to Use. It can pair with two Bluetooth-enabled devices simultaneously. Please be noted that: this headphone is specially designed for calling, not for music. Not supporting listen to music.

Design:

This is simply an over the head mono earpiece headset. It has been designed so that it can be worn with the earpiece on either ear, this is thanks to the microphone which can be turned most of the way. The headband of the headset is made from a metal strip that slips into a plastic housing, where the earpiece is attached. On the side opposite to the earpiece is a rubber strip that sits above your unused ear.  From my experience, It’s not the most comfortable headset, but it’s not going to cause you any discomfort either.

My only major complaint is that the title says the Microphone is flexible. In reality it’s not, it’s a stiff arm microphone that can only be moved up and down. I think the seller needs to change this in the title as not to mislead customers.

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Connectivity:

This headset connects to your device using Bluetooth technology and the connection process is simple, but if you are not used to connecting devices via Bluetooth, the manual will be of great help to you.

In use:

As I mentioned earlier,this is not by any means the most comfortable headset, you will use, but it’s not too bad either, I got by wearing it for a couple of hours with no issues at all. Talking on the headset also proved to be decent, there are times it can be tinny, but that just isn’t often. I have used this headset for Skype and other voice related applications and it seems to do a great job.

The battery life promised by this headset is about 12 hours of talk time, which I have used roughly around 6 so far and I am still going strong on the first charge cycle, so no complaints here.

Overall:

A great little headset, perfect for office work or just talking over Skype. It’s comfortable for use, even if comfort hasn’t been the focus of design here. My only issue is the product title on Amazon, which list the microphone as flexible, which it is not.

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