The ICOMTOFIT Bluetooth headset passed our tests and is one of the better in-ear office headsets in the price range. The V4.1 is an entry-level headset with basic controls. Check out our full review after a week-long testing session.
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It operates as it should. But the fit is looser than I would like. The ear-hook is stiff, and it doesn’t quite fit solidly in my ear. So it bounces around more than I would like and can be challenging to put on with one hand quickly.
Once it is on, it does work seamlessly. The audio quality is average. The buttons are intuitive. So is their location on the boom. The volume is loud enough for most settings like home offices and driving.
The look is sleek. A decent battery life with 8 hours of talk time is enough for a full day. A stand-out feature is the ability to pair with two devices at once. The noise-canceling may be at the lower end of the quality spectrum but decent enough for mostly quiet spaces. The range is standard at 33′. I successfully tested 35′.
The only serious drawback so far is the fit. In fairness, I have never been an ear-hook fan. If you don’t mind hooks, this headset is a good option for the price. Keep reading for our full review.
I took the ICOMTOFIT for a ride in my truck. At 70 mph, I could talk to my mom with the window down. She could hear some wind, but we could still converse. The only outside noise was my tires and the wind as it was a rural road. Her voice came through well. It did require pushing the volume up on my iPhone 10 near the max. Overall, we consider this a passed test with grade of B-. Table of Contents
What is this headset good for?
Product Name: ICOMTOFIT V4.1
Product Description: The V4.1 is an over-the ear style Bluetooth headset best designed for office and casual conversation.
Quality - 9/10
Features - 9/10
Controls - 8/10
Sound - 8/10
Microphone - 8/10
Battery - 8/10
Comfort - 7/10
Aps - 8/10
Compatibility - 8/10
Service/Support - 7/10
The look is sleek. A decent battery life with 8 hours of talk time is enough for a full day. A stand-out feature is the ability to pair with two devices at once. The noise-canceling may be at the lower end of the quality spectrum but decent enough for mostly quiet spaces.
- 8 hours talk time
- Simultaneous pairing
- Decent Noise cancelling
- The fit is OK, I found it a little loose
- Requires ear-hook
- A little heavy
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Bluetooth Headset, Wireless Bluetooth Earpiece V4.1 8-10 Hours Talktime Stereo Noise Cancelling Mic, Compatible for iPhone Android Cell Phones Driving/Business/Office (Black)
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The build quality feels sturdy. Rotating is smooth with enough stiffness to remain in place when adjusting. The buttons feel good with a low profile. The earpiece is a moderately stiff rubber that holds its form.
The ICOMTOFIT Bluetooth headset is using – you guessed it – version 4.1 of Bluetooth. Version 4.1 is not the most current version of Bluetooth. It will be adequate for most users.
The noise-canceling is using cVc 6.0 technology from Qualcomm. The algorithms reduce background noise.
The case is semi-hard. It holds the headset and two eargels. One suggestion would be room for the charging cable as it does not fit inside the case.
There are five multifunction buttons on the boom. There is a LED indicator. Describing buttons and their functions are more straightforward with pics.
I tested the sound with Pandora out of my computer and iPhone. It works as you would expect. Sufficient to accomplish the job. During a road trip, I could hear the google map voice commands through the conversation.
The microphone is at the end of the small boom, which is a typical location for a microphone. ICOMTOFIT’s description is “advanced 4X noise canceling”. The chipset includes cVc6.0 (clear voice capture) by Qualcomm. The cVc has a suite of algorithms in the chipset to capture higher voice quality. This same chipset includes echo-canceling tech and reduces packet-loss and bit error to keep consistent voice quality.
- Weight – 0.5 ounces – The weight is a little higher for this class of headset. I didn’t find any ear fatigue after two hours of use. Adjusting the headset is just average when it’s on-ear, however, it doesn’t require a lot of adjusting.
The ICOMTOFIT Bluetooth Headset ranks as a decent business headset. All the functions are on the headset with and is highly adjustable. This headset works well in a typical office setting and on the road. In the under $50 category, this headset is a solid choice.
How to Pair
Time needed: 2 minutes.
How to Pair Two Devices Simultaneously
- Step 1
Use the provided pairing procedure to pair the headset with the first mobile phone.
- Step 2
After the first pairing is successfully, turn off the Bluetooth on the first phone. The headset then enters the pairing match status
- Step 3
Turn on the Bluetooth on your second device to connect.
- Step 4
After you connect with the second device, turn on the Bluetooth on you first device and it will connect automatically.
- Step 5
Now you can operate the two devices through one headset.
If the headset will not connect, press the MFB button for 5-6 seconds. The blue LED will flash once and it should be reset.
Yes, there are controls for music including a pause and next track
It is not clear from our review research, but appears to be in china.
Our test with an iPhone X played the user chosen audio notification.
Our test on the iPhone X did play the number dialing along with the ring tone.
1: Download a universal driver and update to the newest version.
2: Then plug in the Bluetooth adapter, at this point, the grey Bluetooth income will turn to blue. – Note: Notebooks/Laptops with dont’ need an external adapter.
3: With the Bluetooth headset turned off, press and hold “MFB” for several seconds til the LED light flashes red and blue, the headset has entered pairing mode.
4: Right click on the computer interface, select the “search” equipment, the headset must be in pairing mode ( LED light flashes red and blue), then the computer will search for all nearby Bluetooth devices and find the “G3” signal.