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Jabra Wave Review

Here it is, my very first Jabra Bluetooth headset and therefore my first Jabra Wave review.

I am very excited about telling you my first experience with a Jabra headset. Ok, enough with the boring stuff, let us dig right into it.

Design

The Jabra Wave got a sleek and sporty look, as you can see from the pictures.

Although it may seem a bit plastic is looking at first.

The Jabra Wave headset comes in two two different colours: Black & Red.

Both fit very well with the design, so it is a matter of personal preference whether you want the black or the red one.

Jabra Wave Bluetooth Headset Review

Sound

For a mid-range Bluetooth headset, this headset got a unique sound. I can hear my friends even with backgrounds noise like a car engine when I am driving.

So if you plan on using this headset while driving, that should not be a problem at all.

Of course, the sound does not quite compare with the Bose Bluetooth headset, but it is getting there, no doubt about that.

Microphone

As always I ask my friends for feedback when I call them, they say they can hear very clearly.

Jabra also did a great with the noise and wind reduction. Take a look at the video from Jabra below.

Jabra WAVE – Clearer Talk With Wind-Noise Reduction

Jabra Wave Bluetooth Headset

Power

The Jabra Wave headset supports up to 6 hours of talk time and up to an incredible eight days of standby

Comfort

The headset is made out of very light plastic, which means it is one of the lighter headphones out there.

It fits very well around the ear, although it hurts a bit when you have worn it for a long time, nothing significant, I think they could have done this better.

Jabra Wave Review – Cons

  •  Comfort decrease when wearing for a long time
  •  Plastic looking design

Jabra Wave Review – Pros

  •  Phenomenal sound
  •  The headset comes in different colours
  •  Well-executed noise and wind reduction
  • Long talk time

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Jabra Wave Review – Conclusion

As you can see the cons are heavily outweighed by the pro.

So all in all if you want a solid Bluetooth headset with kick-a** sound, a decent quality microphone and do not mind a bit plastic looking design than the Jabra Wave is for you.

 

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