Summary: I bought this with the sole intention to use the FM transmitor feature to stream Pandora to my car stereo. While it was very easy to set up there is terrible static and i still hear the radio coming through. I am very disappointed with this product and DO NOT RECOMMEND if you are looking to stream music from your phone.
Summary: I bought the Jabra Cruiser2 for my husband to use in his big rig. Truck drivers can be fined $2500 if they are seen on a cell phone while driving. He gets calls from brokers, customers, dispatcher, and family. He needed something hands free. He started using it on the 4th of April and on the 10th, it quit working. The female voice is still there, saying "Connected, Power off", but when his phone rings, it does not tell him he has a call or who it's from anymore.
Just Okay: But Only If You Do NOT Need FM Connectivity
12 March 2011
Summary: I tried both the Jabra Cruiser and the Motorola Roadster as replacement for my older Motorola T505 which I sold to an employee. I loved my T505. It sounded great on internal speaker or on FM radio. Either the Roadster or the Cruiser sound good on internal speaker with the edge going to Roadster for sound quality, appearance and features. I had high hopes for the Jabra Cruiser based on the mostly positive reviews. It sounds okay if you don't need FM radio connectivity.
Summary: I Wanted to upgrade my car blutooth devive so got this one. But it dont always connect to my phone and when it has and I receive a call it dont always answer the call when I press the button. I suspect it dont like my windows phone so will look for a more compatible device. Another bad point I found is the very small switches on the side , I like something I can find easy to turn on and off. Sorry thumbs down for me.
Summary: This is the second unit I have had. The first being replaced when it failed. Now a second unit has gone the same way, just stopped working. Also, you try getting a reply out of Harrow Electronics, they are a joke!!!!