With its ergonomic design and plug-in compact carrying case, the Jabra STONE was one of the most eye-catching Bluetooth headsets of 2010. Now it's back in the form of the Jabra STONE2, only with a few welcome tweaks. While Jabra has maintained the same body as its predecessor, the STONE2 boasts a voice control system that alerts the user as to who is calling them, while they will be able to take the call by saying "answer" or "ignore" to reject it. Not enough voice goodness for you? Well you'll also be alerted to when your battery is running low and when you've successfully paired the headset with your phone, so they'll be no confusion as to whether you're connected or not.
With four different size ear gels, you should be able to find one that fits your lughole, while the A2DP technology will allow you to stream any music you have on your phone through the mono headset. Rather handily the carrying case doubles up as a portable charger helping you stay connected at all times.
The Jabra STONE2 is available now from Amazon.co.uk for a suggested retail price of £99.