Excerpt: The Jabra Cruiser costs $60 at Amazon.com. I bought it thinking that it is going to be some use to me. Before, I would use the speaker setting on my cell phone to talk hands free. I find it quite hard on some roads because there is a lot of noise. I got this bluetooth device hoping that it will be easier to talk while driving. The size of this bluetooth is really small. It’s around the length of my thumb or roughly an inch long.
Excerpt: The product is compact and good looking, with no ugly features, it fits perfectly within the car and does not stand out. The volume and sound are great with plenty of choices from within the range of its capability. It's easy to set up and have no problems with anything. Mainly it takes me away from the temptation of using my phone.
Excerpt: Having used bluetooth earpieces before, was a little sceptical about how effective this would be. In use, it's simple to set up, conects both my iPhone and Galaxy S3 almost instantly, and wokrs well with both. The ability to connect to you in car stereo though is the real party trick, and so long as you tune well away from an external station then it works really well. No more wires all over the dash when streaming spotify through the stereo!
Excerpt: Purchased this as a result of reading other reviews. Installation and basic setup is straight forward, audio quality is reasonably good given the small size and battery power limitations of the unit. I have not had any problems with the microphone quality - all conversations are clear. When receiving a call from a known caller the unit announces the name without you having to prerecord it.
Excerpt: This product is a great idea, I dont have to have that nasty thing in my ear flashing at night and distracting me. It was so simple to set up it took literally 5 minutes. It says you can sync with your phone so that it will identify the caller but I havent mastered that bit yet. But its still a great idea and looks cool too !