With an ergonomic design that fits behind the ear and a 3-way wind-noise reduction technology, the Jabra Wave is one of the few Bluetooth headsets that puts aesthetics as its main focus.
I have been using this for the past 2 years. Used mostly for work..during events..when I had to juggle between my iPhone and my GRID handset (bluetooth enabled). Works very well, I can ditch my wired headset, and only one of my ears is needed. As long I had set the default device correctly, everything would be a breeze. The only thing that troubles me is the power saving mode during use. Its a great feature, but this feature causes the response time of my Jabra responding to my handsets to lag, when someone is trying to reach me. especially on my GRID walkie talkie. So the other party has to call for me more than once consecutively. Not a major issue if it is not an emergency. Otherwise, the greatest convenience is I dun have any wires tangling in my suit and frees my movement, and it can last me a good 12 hours connected to 2 handsets, a phone and a GRID walkie talkie.
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