Easy to answer the call, crystal clear voice for callers and comfortable, secure fit are what means for a best Bluetooth headset for truckers.
- Bluetooth headsets are required for truck drivers when they make calls in many states of the US.
- Because of their good voice calling performance, there is no alternative yet – Earbuds, neckband headphones or other kinds.
- Bluetooth headsets with boom mic are the most prefered – because the mic is close to the mouth, so your voice will be picked up clearly.
Here are a couple of ideas for you to where to start from when you look to buy a Bluetooth truck driver headset, based on the price, call quality, battery life, fit and sound (even extended to some critical factors – Bluetooth connection, mic noise reduction tech and hand-free functionalities)
Mpow Pro Trucker Bluetooth Headset Bluetooth 5.0 version
If you simply just need a Bluetooth headset that works. Mpow Pro Trucker is cheap and boom mic equipped, and Bluetooth 5.0 supported. You wear this headset like over or on ear headphones but just one side is padded with earcup. The headband is flexible so it’s able to hold tightly and comfortably on your head in any driving situations.
The BlueParrot B450-XT would be the king of on the road headsets that combines great Bluetooth range, battery life and superior clarity.
The BlueParrott B450-XT has double the battery of Mpow Pro Trucker, filtering out the noise is much better, 96% as the company claimed.
COMEXION Wireless Bluetooth Earpiece V4.1 Hands-Free Earphones
This headset is often used for for business calls but surely it can be used while driving your own car or trucks as well.
The Sony MBH22 is a standard headset with good call quality. It features earhooks to keep the headset stay in place.
With a battery life that delivers up to 6 hours of talk time – it’s quite short and you may end up re-charging it during your journey.
Released since 2011, Jabra Wave is a lightweight, stylish Bluetooth headsets – designed for both drivers and business phone.
It hooks over your ears with a boom mic that ensures the mic will capture your voice and comfort for extended call sessions.
Well you’ve got a general idea how to pick your Bluetooth headsets.
I saw some drivers using mini (pretty small) single Bluetooth earpieces while driving their car – but I’m not sure they are good for truck drivers. Because seriously the Bluetooth headset should be on your sight while you drive.
Recently some TWS have got a better voice call quality but it’s not the business-grade that these Bluetooth headsets for trucker offer.
I also checked out the latest technologies possibly used for Bluetooth headsets, including, touch control, Noise-Cancelling CVC (clear Voice Capture) tech and voice assistants it seems these features were not integrated at all.
The voice assistants add a benefit that once you activate it just tell Siri or Google Assistant to call someone that you need to contact, or navigate to your destinations. So for Bluetooth headset this feature have to be easily accessible and triggered.
In the feature when semi-autonomous trucks are popular, drivers will have more time and be more comfortable with driving, the demand for Bluetooth headsets would be prioritized the sound quality.