Bluetooth headsets were quite the rave not too long ago, but a recent study shows a decline in use of Bluetooth headsets in the United States. In 2008, 43% of Americans used their headsets daily, but now the number has decreased to 26%. American consumers are finding that hands-free car kits are easier to use and performed better when professionally installed.
Although the number of consumers who use their headset daily has plummeted in the United States, it has increased in Europe. Talking to someone with a flashing stick in their ear sure can get annoying, but I'd have to admit the Bluetooth is much more convenient and can be used in more than just the car, unlike a hands-free car kit. So which is better, the Bluetooth headset or the hands-free car kit? We'll let you decide.