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Micro Bluetooth Headsets - The Ultimate Guide to Small Tech Toys

Updated on November 30, 2015

Great Micro Bluetooth Headsets

Bluetooth headsets can sometimes be a bit unsightly if they're too large. You don't want to look like a half-robot, half-human creature with a mechanical device sticking out from the side of you face. As convenient as Bluetooth headsets can be, large and distracting headsets are an eyesore. I remember back when people had these monster devices attached to their ear, now you can't even tell that the earpiece is in so the person sometimes looks like they are talking to themselves.

But there are micro Bluetooth headsets that are out in the market made for people who want their earpieces to be inconspicuous. If you want to have a discreet Bluetooth device then you should consider getting a micro headset. They're compact and they carry the same amount of power and oomph as any other Bluetooth headset.

BumbleBee Mini Bluetooth Headset
BumbleBee Mini Bluetooth Headset

Bumblebee Mini Bluetooth

No it won't buzz in your ear like a real bee.

The Bublebee Mini bluetooth device stays true to its name with its incredibly compact and lightweight design. It is such a tiny device and it only weighs 0.24 ounces. Even with its small size, this device offers very clear voice quality so that you won't have to keep repeating yourself when talking to someone.

Its microphone reception is pleasantly surprising considering how small it is. It has 3 hours of talk time and 100 hours of standby time so that you won't have to worry about constantly recharging this.

However, as with all battery powered gadgets, you will have to plug them into a power source to recharge at one point. This can be easily done with the Bumblebee Mini through standard USB charging. And with 3 different ear bud sizes, you can make sure that the device will fit your perfectly.

BlueAnt X3

The BlueAnt X3 is definitely a small Bluetooth headset just like the insect it was named after. At 10.2 ounces in weight and around 2 inches in length, this is a very discreet yet stylish device that will be easy to run around with.

BlueAnt X3 Micro Bluetooth Headset (Red)
BlueAnt X3 Micro Bluetooth Headset (Red)

What’s great about this headset is that you can pair it with up to three phones so you won’t have to keep connecting, disconnecting, and reconnecting. Turning it on and off and changing the volume of the headset is super easy with its button panel on its side, well within reach.

Charging also won’t be a problem with this device because not only does it come with a wall charger, it also has a car charger as well as a USB charger so you can choose the most convenient charging method for you.


Plantronics M50 Micro Bluetooth Headset

The Plantronics M50 is tiny device and is a great choice if you're looking to buy a very modern looking device. With a weight of 0.3 ounces, walking around with this device shouldn't be a problem.

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