I see, thanks for the info. Guess I should've checked out the official site first. I'm wear my earbuds under a toque, which headsets were the easiest to control even with gloves on?
I can't seem to find the logitech ones you were talking about though :/
Actually, what's not clear for the Jabra device -- considering a different setup -- is it says you can connect two devices -- I think it's two masters as opposed to one master (phone) and one slave (BT headset). There's a slim chance it could act like a BT "repeater" and give you music controls for a wireless headset (with it sitting inbetween the headset and phone) but I don't think it will do that. Anyway... interesting model, especially since it's on sale. You got me looking into it...
About the Logitechs, I had to trim down my original post so what I failed to mention is my Logitech headsets are old school as far as this technology goes -- it's mid-2000s stuff. I think the grey Logitechs that I cut up were the first real affordable consumer BT stereo headset around.
For completion, here's links to them on their support website:
grey ones (Logitech Wireless Headphones for iPod):
and the 2nd gen (Logitech Freepulse):
Support + Downloads: FreePulse Wireless Headphones - Logitech
I guess it's pretty pointless as they're N/A. But if you know someone that has some to get rid of, they work great.
Main point is, that style of BT headset works well in the earpads. So anything similar, like the $20 Chinese ones will do. The oldest Logitechs were also the biggest, which meant the buttons were easiest to use, but of the ones I tried out, all were workable and I wouldn't hesitate taking any of them out for a ride.