Excerpt: I am satisfied with my Jabra Drive Bluetooth. I do like the ease of volume control. However, the quick touch / push of the button for answering the phone could be smoother. That is, it takes time to get the correct touch or timing of how long to hold, or not hold the button. Maybe another button when pushed for what ever duration would activate acceoptence of the call. That said, I am not sorry I purchased this model. Price was the deciding factor for this purchase.
Excerpt: I spend roughly 20 hours in my car a week. I travel for work bi-weekly and also maintain my home in a town about 4 hours away. Needless to say, if colleagues, friends, or family members are trying to get in touch with me - it's via cell phone - and I'm probably in the car. My current vehicle doesn't have a Bluetooth system - so it's always a challenge to take calls and have conversations over road noise.
Excerpt: I got one of these for both of our family vehicles. It is amazing how well it works. Not only is it the answer to answering a call while driving, but the clarity and ease of using is great. The ability to install (connect) it is so simple. It also allows you the option of connecting to two different cell phones at once. In fact, we have been so pleased with this that we are seriously thinking of getting one for our sons and their families.
Excerpt: Since the first of the year the state of Illinois and many others have inacted hands free laws regarding cell phone use. Also if you are caught using a cell or Iphone in a " School Zone " or " Construction Zone " I believe the fine is tripled. We did some research and decided on the Jabra Drive Bluetooth because it is easy to set up and works great with Apple Iphones. It took me a matter of seconds to set them up and they work great.
Excerpt: I really like the look of the design and that it is simpler to use than the Motorola device I previously had. The buttons are big and easily identifiable. There is no chance of accidentally dialling the last number called because that feature is thankfully not there. It's genius is that it is just a bluetooth speaker with volume buttons. To use it, blue tooth must be activated each time you get in the car.
Excerpt: Bought this device due to Delaware's hands free law. Sound is some what 'Tinney) or hollow", but volume is good and have not had any problems with anyone gearing me during calls. Holds a charge for a long time. Also have used it to listen to audio books and I phone tunes while driving. Great for the books, poor sound quality for music. Is a great , cheap alternative to other after market bluetooth systems.