Originally Posted by LilianTepes
I don't need a high-end headset. Medium quality, not too bulky, and not very heavy
Another thing to factor in is pricing. If you're going to pay a certain amount for a "medium" quality headset, but can get a higher rated/more reliable headset, then I'd go for the higher rated one.
The Jawbone Era is extremely light and compact, compared to the others I mentioned. Granted, I don't care for their customer service much, but it's a very good lightweight/compact bluetooth headset that has excellent noise cancelling, when the headset works correctly. It has stylish options and can be programmed to do different activities via the jawbone website/program.
I'd take a look at the reviews of the headsets you've been looking at and determine if the product is right for you, prior to purchasing. It's as easy as looking up the product number and adding review in your search.