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Description The GN 9330 wireless office headset is designed to enhance the way you work. Free yourself from your desk, and experience greater comfort and increased productivity. The GN 9330 wireless office heads... more

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Description With Jabra ACTIVE, athletes and active users will be able to listen to music and train hard without worrying about adjusting their ear buds. Ergonomically designed for sports, the sweat and water-resi... more

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Review of Jabra BT250v Headset

Super

Very good indeed.

None found.

...attach it to your shirt etc. You insert the earpiece into the holder to charge it, then whichever charger lead you are using then goes into the holder. I find that when using this device, the mobile phone itself uses more power than normal, this is because it has to be connected by bluetooth to the Jabra all the time. I have never yet lost the signal, in fact I have had no trouble with this...

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Review of Jabra EASYVOICE Headset 100-92100020-60

Excellent

Clear calls, decent battery, fair price

Easy to call someone back by accident

...get my phone out all the time. Having the headset in my ear means that I can take a call without ever having to remove my phone from my pocket and also a lot of the time when I am walking about town I can?t actually hear my phone or even feel it vibrate so having this in my ear means that I never need miss a call again. The Jabra Easyvoice I had never actually heard of Jabra as a company...

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Review of Jabra BT250 Headset

Super

A very good Bluetooth device.

Small enough you can easily lose it.

...device, the mobile phone itself uses more power than normal, this is because it has to be connected via Bluetooth to the Jabra all the time. I have never yet lost this signal, in fact I have had no trouble with this brilliant little gadget at all. I must confess, I did have to resort to going to my local Orange shop, and admitting I was an absolute technophobe, I asked them to "configure" my Jabra...

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