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Jawbone Era
8.2 out of 10

Jawbone Era

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Jawbone Era

Channel5
4 October 2014
  • Summary: The new Jawbone Era is by far the most subtle and powerful Bluetooth headset we’ve used. If you work the phones all day, or have to make a lot of call from the car, it seems like the ideal companion to help you Get Things Done.
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Overall 8
8.0

Gear on your ear: Six premium Bluetooth headsets reviewed

Macworld
11 January 2013
  • Summary: The Era offers great audio quality, and it handles background noise with aplomb. The company's companion smartphone apps make the most of Google Now and Siri. If you can get past its chunky design and protruding mic, this headset packs in the features: voice commands, intelligent behavior,...
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

The Gadget Show
20 November 2014
  • Summary: The basics Jawbone may have moved into the fitness space in recent years, but it’s not forgotten its roots. In fact, it’s returning to them with the new Jawbone Era Bluetooth headset out today. This is no mere update to the 2011 model - at 42 percent smaller, it’s a complete change up.
  • Pros: Well hello there. We still can’t bring ourselves to call any earpiece attractive, but this is as close as they come. Barely an inch long, with its slightly ridged edges, it looks a little bit like a Quality Street chocolate, in muted colour (red, black, bronze or silver are your options). Three s...
  • Cons: Of course, with a smaller profile comes less space to fit a battery. That 10 hour battery life Jawbone is claiming is legit, but split between the headset itself (four hours) and the small charging carry case, which you could attach to a keyring, or if you were really keen, your belt. That’s not ...
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