Jabra is a global producer of innovative headset and speakerphone solutions. They employ around 875 people world-wide and have sales offices all over the globe. The products they offer enable effortless communication for mobile users, office-based and contact center employees in all parts of the world.
I was given the opportunity to try the Jabra CLIPPER.
The Jabra CLIPPER features a small and stylish wireless headphone with stereo sound that allows you to listen to music and take calls with one attractive device that is very lightweight and user friendly as the Clipper can control your music right from the device which makes it a very handy unit.
The CLIPPER is equipped with incoming call alert to prevent you from missing any phone calls. The unit also features mobile alert which lets you know if you are getting out of your phones range, which prevents you from leaving your phone behind (there is nothing more frustrating than reaching out for your phone and realizing that you left it at home).
Pairing your device is very easy. There will be a different way to pair depending on what devices you are pairing, but you have the option to pair two different devices to your Jabra CLIPPER. In my particular case, I paired the unit to my Samsung Galaxy S 4 smart phone and my iPod. Both processes were very quick and hassle free. I do recommend you take a look at your instructions to make sure you are following the correct steps though.
One thing I really like about this unit, is that as I briefly mentioned before if you have an incoming call, the CLIPPER will stop playing your music, so you can answer the call if you choose to. With one tap you can take a call, and once the call ends, you go back to enjoying your music.
You can also go forward or back on the music that is playing on your device by pressing the + or – buttons and leaving them pressed, the same buttons will volume up or down. In addition, you can clip the Jabra Clipper practically anywhere, on your collar, purse, jacket, or even your backpack.
The CLIPPER design is classy, smooth, and has a rubber exterior that makes the CLIPPER durable and stylish at the same time. You can use the Clipper’s Bluetooth headphones, which filter out noise to give you a great sound, or any other headset jack you like (with a 3.5 mm jack). The right cable on the CLIPPER headphone is shorter than the left so you can easily tuck it behind your neck.
The charger cable is really short, but the good news is that you can use any standard micro USB charger. When not in use the charging port is hidden by the same rubber material that covers the unit.
The retail price on the CLIPPER is: 59.99.
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