Summary: The Jabra Clipper is easy to hook up and versatile. It is nice that you can use other headphones or ear pieces beside the ones that come with it. The colors also stand out and give it that trendy look.
Pros: Easy Setup:, Comfort and Aesthetics:, Sound Quality:
Cons: Battery Life:, Bluetooth Connectivity:, Microphone:
Gear-vs-Gear, the Phiaton PS 20 BT vs the Jabra Clipper, Bluetooth Headset Head-to-Head
8 July 2012
Excerpt: It is time for another Gear Diary “Gear vs Gear”. Today’s competitors are the Phiaton PS 20 BT Bluetooth Stereo Headset and the Jabra Clipper Bluetooth Stereo Headset. Both let you cut the cord. Both let you listen to music and make/take calls.
Pros: Headphones feel great and sound good; Controls easy to use; Looks cool; Can clip or hang with the lanyard Small; Works well; Available in a variety of colors; Ability to BYOH (bring your own headphones); Low profile etc; Low profile
Cons: Cannot use different headphones since they are permanently attached; I worry the control button will eventually break; Larger and more pronounced than the CLIPPER Controls not totally intuitive; included headphones are okay but not great; No lanyard
Excerpt: One of the biggest problems with stereo Bluetooth headsets is finding a set that actually sounds decent. Jabra is attempting to solve that problem with the Clipper. The Jabra Clipper is a clip (hence the name) that clips onto your clothing, purse, or belt that you can plug your own headphones into...
Summary: Jabra has of late been coming out with devices that have innovative designs. Their new offering in the wireless segment, the Jabra Clipper, is on similar lines. Designed keeping in mind the style conscious, these Bluetooth headsets come in Tangerine Tango, urquoise, New Pink and White.
Excerpt: Here I am looking at two units from Jabra. First the JabraExtreme that works to reduce external noise and this unit even includes a car charger. Second the JabraClipper that allows you to work with iPhone and iPod units.