Let’s venture today in the full-size headset from Sandberg’s Bluetooth range.


Sandberg states that their brand stands for quality and user-friendliness.

Their ideology “IT is for everybody” is part of everything we do. A Danish firm that since its inception in 1985, private consumers, institutions and companies have benefited from this simple philosophy. Distributors and dealers appreciate the availability, range, simple procedures and the exceptionally low failure rate. Every year over half a million Sandberg products find their way to users in more than 65 countries.

Choosing Sandberg means choosing a safe and conscientious product that meets all applicable regulatory requirements. A product manufactured by subcontractors who are committed to following Sandberg’s Code of Conduct to ensure decent working conditions and reduce the environmental impact of the production and waste disposal.


Price when reviewed



Sandberg : £ 50.01Via Amazon.co.uk

Sandberg Bluetooth Stereo Headset Pro


Presentation and Specifications


    Bluetooth & Charging:
  • Bluetooth 3.0 + EDR
  • Supports NFC
  • Supports A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP
  • 10m wireless range
  • Bluetooth frequency range: 2.4 GHz-2.4835 GHz
  • Up to: 10 hours playback / 13 hours talk time / 250 hours standby time
  • Charge time: Approx. 5 hours
  • Charging input: USB DC 5V
  • Battery: Rechargeable 380mAh Li-polymer battery

  • Frequency range: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Impedance: 32 ohms ± 15%
  • Sensitivity: 100 dB ± 2 dB
  • Driver unit: 50 mm Neodymium

  • Frequency range: 30 Hz – 16 kHz
  • Impedance: 2200 ohms
  • Sensitivity: -54 dB ± 2 dB
  • Directivity: Omni


Visual inspection


Comes in a 400g and 27.00 cm (W) x 18.50 cm (W) x 6.00 cm (D) transparent box.
Simple and elegant design choice, so you can clearly see the product.


On the back we have the specs and a small product description.


Opening the box, the headset is nicely nested in a plastic mold.
The accessories are the following:

1x microUSB-USB charging cable
1x 3.5 mm Jack M-M
1x User guide


Let’s now focus on the headset which is very elegant !
A soft yet grippy rubberized plastic material which is very nice to touch.


On the left side there is the Sandberg logo engraved on a very nicely metal finish plate.


The right side is where we have the controls:

Volume Up/Down
Answering key


Zooming in we see 2 LEDs – blue for on/off and red for low battery.
Even more interesting we have voice notification for the above as well.

The top view has another excellent design detail.


On the other side, we see excellent head padding.


Then the ear-pads which are very comfortable made from leather.
They hold 50mm Neodymium drivers.


Also here we have the charging microUSB port and the 3.5 mm jack aux port.


Both sides have adjustable levels.


And one more trick up its sleeve, foldable design, the ear-pads swivel into this position thus making the headset even more carry-friendly.




How we tested


– Connected it to our test PC via the 3.5 mm aux and then via a Bluetooth adapter, while watching a movie and playing games.
– Then connected it to our Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone and listened to music




– Charging time is around 4 to 5 hours – the red LED stays on during this period
– To connect it via Bluetooth just long press the Answer key and it will automatically appear in the scan list of your destination device. It supports Bluetooth 3.0 + EDR. Usually the sync password is 0000.
– There is also support for NFC technology for activating contact.

– No quality loss up to 10 meters distance we discovered
– We managed up to 9-10 hours of playback until it asked for juice, up to 13 hours of talk time and ~ 250 hours of standby time from its 380 mAh battery

– Regarding comfort we were amazed because having leather in the ear-pads one can presume in hot whether things ca get sweaty but being so light and soft we didn’t encounter any discomforts.
– Even after 3 hours of non stop usage we barely notice them

– Another interesting fact is that you can still be self aware of the surrounding noise while not disturbing your primary focus
– The sound quality and immersion experience is top notch.
– At the bottom end the bass rumbles away and thumps your head as you raise it up. The mid range is a little recessed, but not to the point that it really detracts from the experience. High frequencies were pretty crisp throughout testing

– Audio was clear and bass was truly immense. I experienced no distortion at high volumes and audio still remained crisp and clear, thanks to some amazing engineering and the two 50 mm neodymium drivers that this headset packs.
– Using the headset to take a call was also a pleasure and the audio was quite clear. The microphone worked a charm as the person on the other end of the call was able to hear me clearly with no disruptions.





Really impressed with this headset, it’s an overall winner.

The Good:

+ Very comfortable headset
+ Top notch sound quality and immersion experience
+ Very nice design
+ Nice touch with the voice notification for the on/off
+ Excellent materials and finish
+ Attractive price
+ Foldable design
+ Long warranty (5 years)

The bad:

– None really

Excellent product,been a while since giving the maximum points, so:

Glob3trotters “Purely Awesome” Award – 5 out of 5



A lot of thanks to Sandberg for supplying us with this sample !


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