Which Bluetooth Earpiece?


North Wales
The time has come, Im getting one!

I spend a lot of time on my phone, working mainly not just chatting. I think i need one of these, as as soon as the phone rings and I'm on the tractor, the job comes to a stop!

Can anyone recommend one, or tell me what to avoid...?

Comfortable to wear
It needs to work in fairly loud ambient noises, 1980's Q Cabs, Pre Q Cabs, no cabs at all... I still want to hold a conversation when in noisy cabs
Easy to use, I assume recharging, batteries and the like are ok?
Needs to be compatible with my iphone.

What should I buy?

Thanks Everyone!
Plantronics as @Andrew says make excellent products and have a great reputation.

Also don’t laugh, but I’d seriously consider Apple EarPods. They are excellent and the latest version now have wireless charging of the carrier case (the EarPods themselves charge wirelessly when their placed back in the case). They literally, I’m not kidding, will work out of the box with an iPhone. Sometimes setup of Bluetooth devices can be problematic but these are a dream.


I would suggest you to use Apple AirPods Pro. It is the best in-ear headphones that cancels noise with a fully wireless interface. These earpiece are pretty secure because they don’t go too far into the ear canal, and they’re so lightweight that you barely even know that they’re there. They look and feel pretty good and well-made and have touch-sensitive controls that are easy to use on each base. Their case is very compact and allows wireless charging, and the headphones connect to all of your Apple devices.ls effortlessly.

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