Stylo is a bluetooth headset for handsfree calling with a touch of designer’s style of appearance. The bluetooth headset is desgined by Japanese designer Nendo for Logitec (different from the mouse keyboard company Logitech) in Japan. When I first came across the headset, I was attracted to the simplicity beauty of it which shapes like a Kilometrico pen.
The minimalist design truly makes the bluetooth headset distinguish from other conventional bluetooth headset design. Without further hesitation, I purchased one (3,315YEN) via Rakuten Japan, and forward to Malaysia via Tenso. It’s my first time using a forwarding service to purchase from an foreign’s online store. Everything went smoothly and I received it on my door step in about a week time.
The packaging is quite interesting which has a round shape, and it’s as simple as the Stylo. It has a nice aluminum spray paint body with a white tip which suits the colour of my MacBook Pro. Full charge will gives you about standard of 5 hours talk time and you can connect up to 2 device. Although the manual is in Japanese, I guess there’s no need for one as most bluetooth headset operates the same. Press on the button for a few seconds until the LED turns colorful, then you can discover it from your device and connect into it. Voice and sound clarity are quite clear and good. However, what I dislike was the comfort of having it on ear, it just doesn’t stays well and intact to my ear.
With a minimalist and beautiful design, I’ll just have to sacrifice the comfort. If you are looking for a better one and beautifully design, check out the Plantronics Voyager Legend, if my Stylo goes dead or something, Plantronic will be my next headset.