Summary: Without re-writing all of the previous reviews, it suffices to say that I concur with all of the criticisms about this piece of junk. Primarily I believe that it looks and feels cheaply made, and the battery life is less than one hour when fully charged.
Summary: It is too big and too bulky to use in the car. Its clip will not hold to the visor because it simply weighs too much. And, the microphone is too weak to pick up cell phone voice commands. This was a waste of money.
Summary: Don't buy this phone. It has poor sound volume and often goes quiet when it hears car noise or thinks you are speaking. Must not be a full duplex speaker phone. Also isn't at all reliable switching between office or car modes.
Summary: I concur with the previous review. It's a half-duplex speakerphone that cuts out the other end at the slightest ambient noise. There is no way to adjust senstivity. Totally useless in a car. I spoke to Jabra tech support, who basically agreed.
Summary: Microphone won't recognize voice-dialing, either at home or in the car, the batteries supplied by Jabra were installed backwards and does not have headset plug in as described. I have no problem with the seller. Jabra is responsible for this garbage. It's useless.
Summary: I can recommend this for the current price of under $40. Perhaps I've been lucky, but I've had no complaints from the people I've called. I don't use it a lot, just for conference calls in a home/office situation, and a short call home from the car.
Not sure how this got produced...who signed off on it??
Paul A. Bell, Amazon
14 February 2006
Summary: Folks, I'm sorry to say this is not a category where you can expect to get a decent piece for cheap...at least not this Jabra. The design is attractive, and HUGE kudos to Jabra for the inclusion of both AC and car chargers (YAY!!!!!!!!)...but it just doesn't work well at all.