The market for wireless bluetooth headphones is already crowded and growing more so by the week. Upcoming companies are finding it hard to battle their way into the marketplace, while long standing companies are searching for an ever decreasing ability to differentiate themselves from the pack. Jabra, one of the stalwarts of the audio world, is taking their swing on price, mobility and style.
The Jabra Move Wireless Headphones bring all the standard goodies you expect now. It runs Bluetooth 4.0, allows you to make and receive calls, and keeps a battery charge for more than you have the breath to talk (eight hours of talk time, 288 hours of standby). The sound quality is on the high end. Not a set for the audiophiile in your family, but for those who don’t need to pick out which member of the string quartet is sitting closer to the microphone.
Yet, where Jabra makes their move (no pun intended, but I’ll take credit for it) is the price. Coming in at $99 these headphones drastically undercut their more elitist competition. They are also made incredibly sturdy, so not only will you pay less up front, but not be forced to buy another pair in a year after wearing it out.
The ear pads are soft and fairly comfortable, but the headband holds a shocking amount of strength and grips nicely to your head. This is great for those people who want music when they get up freakishly early for a morning run. I also found the color (my test pair is Cayenne) bright, vibrant and definitely a statement for someone looking to color coordinate or be daring and go for the power-clash.
The Jabra Move Wireless Headphones are a solid value and a great choice for the buyer looking for quality and style without breaking the bank.
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