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    Has anyone tried the minigels? Do they stay in your ear without having to use an over-the-ear hook? Basically I want to use it with the JX10 but the Eargels annoy me because they large is a tad too large and the med is a tad too small.
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    The minigels are great but they won't work for the JX10. They only work with the Jabra 250 and 500.
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    Here is a cool alternative to the crappy hook Jabra gives you. Get yourself some replacement softsprings for teh Bluespoon AX at http://blueheadsets.zoovy.com/produc...SPOONAX-SPRING. They fit very nicely on the Jabra once you take the rubber ring off the Jabra's earpiece. I also drilled a small hole to widen the sound channel and make it louder. It is perfect now. Fits comfy and secure, no hooks or flapping around.
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    That thing looks like something a doctor might prod you with...I'll stick wiht the minigels.
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    Actually I've tried most headsets and the softspring is the most comfortable. the tail is very soft silicone, it curls into the folds of your ear and anchors the headset.

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