Are you someone who is always on the move? Or are you looking for some inspiration to get you more active? Then a pair of wireless earphones or headsets would be just the thing you need. So you have your favorite music playing without the messy tangle of cords! This Jabra move wireless review would give you a sneak peek into the wireless headsets from Jabra that became quite popular.
When you plan to buy earphones there is first the choice between earphones and headsets. Then comes the choice between wired and wireless. And finally, you would have to weigh and compare the features to pick the one that would perfectly suit you. The choice would be based on your lifestyle, your music preferences, and much more. The jabra move wireless review here is mainly for those who are looking for headsets that offer a reliable wireless connectivity and a decent sound quality. This is however not too great for all those jogging sessions and others where you are going to be very active. You might have a tough time making the headset stay in place. For such applications, an in-ear earphone would be a much better option.
So getting straight to what these headsets have to offer:
Features and specs
- Available in a variety of colors
- Comes with a 3.5mm cable to use as a wired headset
- Lightweight form factor (5.59oz)
- Bluetooth version 4.0
- Comes with up to 8 hours of talk time after a full charge and a standby life of up to 12 days
- Music and call controls are provided conveniently on the headsets
- Comes with auto-paring.
- Up to 8 devices can be connected and 2 can be connected simultaneously as well
Design and the first impression
When we cover the Jabra Move wireless review we cannot help but talk about the neat design it features. The Jabra Move features a slim and lightweight body. It scores high in terms of the design and styling. It features premium exteriors that look more expensive than they really are. The overall design looks energetic and it also comes in some bold colors. The flexible design makes it comfortable to wear. This flexibility is due to the stainless steel frame at the core. But you cannot fold this headset. So you might have to take extra care while tossing it into your bag.
On the headband, there is a fabric lining on the outside. This doesn’t gather dust quickly- this is something that we liked about the design. While everything else about the design has been kept sophisticated the plastic cup on the earpieces is something that looks a bit out of place. But that is not a big downside to blame about. On the whole, we pretty much liked the design on this headset at the first glance.
Comfort and ease of use
The headsets are pretty comfortable to wear and do not feel too tight. The earpieces come with soft synthetic leather padding. This one does a good job as a cushion to keep your ears comfortable. But it doesn’t score that well in terms of blocking the ambient noise. As with most other headsets, you would feel that little pressure on your ears especially if you are wearing this one for hours. This again is a problem for those who wear glasses.
Once you pair the headset with your devices you would find that these connect immediately. The Bluetooth module on this one is very responsive and you would not notice signal drop out issues. If you are looking for excellent dynamics in sound delivery then this one might slightly disappoint you. But with a sharp treble, moderate clarity of vocals and overall noise reduced performance this one is pretty good for a Bluetooth headset.
What we liked:
- The wireless connectivity on this one is highly dependable. You would not hear those frequent dips and breaks that other wireless headsets might have especially when you are moving around your room. And if you are moving towards the maximum range limit allowed you would still not notice a drop in the quality of the connection.
- The headset has an option to connect with two devices at the same time. This is very handy and this is a feature that you might not find in many Bluetooth headsets. So if you wish to play the songs on your laptop while also keeping your phone connected to pick calls you can do that without any trouble
- It is in the affordable range of wireless headsets without sacrificing the sound quality. With decent performance, this one is sure a pocket-friendly option for your movie watching and music requirements.
What we didn’t like:
- The synthetic leather doesn’t look too durable. So be ready to face some wear and tear if you are a hard user
- The plastic cup on the earpieces do not affect the functionality but we did not like it much as it mars the overall posh appearance that this headset has.
- The positioning of the controls is a bit tricky. But once you get a hold of it, it does get smooth to use.
Jabra move wireless review – final verdict
In terms of music playback, there is not too much to complain and there is nothing too fancy to brag about either. The omnidirectional 4mm microphone does pick up the voice pretty well and the overall call clarity is also very good. There is the option to use this headset as a normal wired headset when the battery fully drains out. But the battery life itself is pretty good on this one.
On the whole, to wrap up this Jabra move wireless review, we definitely recommend this one for the basic users who are looking for something that is reliable and fuss-free. There are not too many features included. But for the price paid this one features a decent sound delivery and a battery life that you would not complain about. And to sum it all, it is not going to cost you too much!