Summary: The Jabra CRUISER2 is an excellent product for those wanting to talk hands free while they drive. It also works extremely well as an FM transmitter, so this is an excellent product for those without...
Pros: Loud, Clear
Cons: Not practical for use outside car or desk, Large
Excerpt: Many of us make substantial commutes every day for work and other obligations. Plus, summer’s arrival has ushered in long trips to the beach and cross-country road trips. How many of us have received a call while driving, only to find ourselves unable to answer?
Review: The Jabra Cruiser 2 – A Good Hands Free Bluetooth Speaker Phone
Simple Mobile Review
15 July 2011
Summary: If you put away my personal usage of the Bluetooth speakerphone, the Jabra Cruiser 2 is a great device. Call sound quality is great, setup is easy and the physical design change makes it easier for the user. If you are a podcast person or planned on using the A2DP feature to stream audio you might consider sticking with your current Jabra Cruiser .
Excerpt: The Jabra Cruiser2 Bluetooth car kit is another testament to what drivers have been missing when solely relying upon mobile phone use without any in-car assistance. When paired with this Bluetooth kit, drivers can keep their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road, creating a safer driving environment for drivers and passengers.
Pros: The Jabra Cruiser2 provides customers with excellent help and support options.
Cons: The device is attractively designed, but it's too large for convenient out-of-car use.
Excerpt: Over the last few years we've seen that talking on your mobile phone while driving is clearly unsafe to the point where you now lose points and get a fine for doing so. Of course, if you use a Bluetooth headset it's not a problem and gives you the ability to answer any phone calls while driving. The feature is mainly beneficial in the event you want to stream music from your phone; for example, an iPhone.