Summary: When I first reviewed these Headphones some time ago in Amazon, I did not yet tried so many BT Headphones.
Somehow I like them more now, specially because their much cheaper price (actually around US$130 on Amazon) makes them among the best if not the best on their price range.
So, yes, they are good. Just, not "very" good.
They are beautiful, I liked their mix of discrete Olive and lively subtle Orange lines.
Summary: Here, we have the new Revo Wireless on-ear headphones from Jabra, a company that's probably pretty obscure here on the lands of Head-Fi.Now, before I begin, I have to give a big thanks to the people over at Jabra for sending me a pair of these to review. When I received the package, I noticed that the Revo Wireless box was very well made. The outer portion is made completely of hard plastic.
Pros: Build, Comfort, Design, Versatility, Portability, Battery life, wireless range, TONS of features
Excerpt: Excellent head set. Not the cheapest nor the most expensive but definitely worth the price especially if purchasing thru bhphotovideo. They fit well are built well and the sound was very impressive. I highly recommend a pair of these for someone looking to listen to music from an iPhone. Bluetooth works great and they look good.
Excerpt: Use these every day for close to 9 hours a day and let me say first the battery life is better than advertised - i reckon i get close to 20 hours of mostly use/some standby from these babies. Also, not getting all tangled up in cords when i'm putting on my jacket is great too. The range is also better than expected.
Pros: Clear Reception, Comfortable, Durable, Easy Controls, Long Battery Life
Excerpt: The sound fidelity is really good. The phones are comfortable and I often wear them for hours at a time for music and audio books. The ear-piece mounted controls (volume, forward, back, stop and start) are excellent and intuitive. On a breezy day you will get some wind noise, but it has to be a pretty brisk wind before that becomes a problem. They seem to be well made. I have no hesitation in recommending these headphones.
Summary: I just got these today in the mail from Amazon ($139). My friends had complained about their wireless headphones so I did a bit of research before buying these. The positive reviews I found are substantiated by what I've experienced for the past several hours. The touch features (volume, skipping forward and backward, and call management) work well. It takes a bit to get used to hitting the target spots on the touch pads without inadvertently performing another function.
Excerpt: Gread headset overall. Lots of connectivity options. One reason I purchased this was because it could connect to more than one source at the same time. So I can use it with my PC and smartphone simultaniously. That works, but when I listen to music from my phone it will get paused by any little sound generated by my PC (Windows 7). The music does not start back up automatically--I need to fiddle with the phone to get it restarted.
Summary: I had these on my 2013 Christmas list, which Santa fortunately read and was able to deliver. Having used these for over two months now, I give the Jabra Revo headphones an EXCELLENT rating, and recommended them to others.
Pros: I find the Revo to have great sound quality. The Bluetooth connectivity is very stable and has a great range around my house. The NFC is very reliable. The headphones are attractive, light, and very comfortable. The battery life exceeds my needs.