Which of these two headphones should I choose?

Najeeb_3

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Hi all,

I am looking to buy a headphone. Being doing some reading and would like to buy either the jabra move wireless or the plantronics backseat sense. The latter cost 20 euro more on amazon (85 euros). I need advise on which one to go for, in terms of sound and phone calls.
 

jetfighter545

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Jabra move wireless is a great value headphone, but in my personal experience it breaks down very easily with use.
I returned mine 3 times in a row, all breakages within a year of each other (I could just be really unlucky).

The Plantronics headphone you might find are a tad uncomfortable as they do not have an indent for the ear, which can also cause them to fall of easily. I would recommend the Jabra move because it is a superior product, but try to get warranty with it.
 

jetfighter545

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Jabra move wireless is a great value headphone, but in my personal experience it breaks down very easily with use.
I returned mine 3 times in a row, all breakages within a year of each other (I could just be really unlucky).

The Plantronics headphone you might find are a tad uncomfortable as they do not have an indent for the ear, which can also cause them to fall of easily. I would recommend the Jabra move because it is a superior product, but try to get warranty with it.
 

Najeeb_3

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Thanks buddy. What was your experience regarding calls. Was it ok? Most headphones I have read are not good for answering calls as you or the other party may not hear properly. Thanks again.
 

jetfighter545

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I'm not so sure the Jabra move has a microphone, I know the Plantronics Backbeat has one though, so the call quality will be better on that one.

EDIT: The Jabra move does have a mic, but the Plantronics has a slightly better quality one. I'm not sure if it is worth the extra money though, unless you are looking for sound-cancellation which the backbeat has.
 

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