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Jabra SP5050 Bt Speakerphone

by Jabra

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  • Ultra-slim Bluetooth speakerphone
  • Night driving mode automatically turns off the device's lights
  • Rated for 12 hours of talk time and 200 hours of standby
  • Pairs with any Bluetooth-enabled cell phone with ease
  • 2-year limited warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

The Jabra SP5050 is the perfect combination of stylish design and excellent performance. Ideal for use in the car office or home - the Jabra SP5050 is a lightweight speakerphone that can be as mobile as you are. The ultra thin design and simple visor clip makes the Jabra SP5050 a happy companion to those on the move seeking hands free communication.Many countries have passed laws forbidding direct mobile phone use whilst driving. Using the Jabra SP5050 when driving ensures you stay on the right side of the law but still free to make and receive calls. Thanks to the Bluetooth technology you can keep your hands on the wheel and your thoughts on driving.The Jabra SP5050 is simple to use - with no installation necessary; simply clip onto to the sun visor. Autopairing makes connection to your mobile phone hassle free and easy to manage. Charging is simple with the supplied in-car charger. For optimum safety the Jabra SP5050 comes with ?Night Driving Mode? reducing distractions while concentrating on the road.With intuitive and simple buttons the Jabra SP5050 is a user friendly and convenient speakerphone for safer mobile communication while driving. What?s more the 'Auto off' function preserves battery life - automatically turning off the speakerphone 15 mins after the Bluetooth connection has been terminated.

From the Manufacturer

The Jabra SP5050 Blue tooth Speakerphone is an ultra-slim solution for those on-the-go and who need a wireless speakerphone while driving or multi-tasking. The SP5050 pairs easily with any Bluetooth-enabled cell phone, and it allows you to talk hands-free while driving and stay safe and legal while in the process. It also features noise cancellation technology via DSP technology (digital signal processing) to virtually eliminate background noise and give you the highest quality audio possible.

The SP5050 is rated for 12 hours of talk time and 200 hours of standby. It weighs just 75 grams.

What's in the Box
Jabra SP5050, car charger, visor clip.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000XQGJUG
  • Item model number: 100-45050000-02
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (131 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #397,402 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001
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3.6 out of 5 stars

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109 of 110 people found the following review helpful By R. Thompson on February 22, 2008
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I didn't have the highest of hopes for the Jabra SP5050 -- especially at its' price point -- but I needed something small that I could use in rental cars AND I didn't want to sacrifice quality. What's the point of hands-free if, when you're at speed, there's too much noise in the system for the other party to hear you and you have to resort to using the handset?

I decided to give the Jabra a real-world torture-test right out of the box. We recently purchased a new smart fortwo -- the European micro-car that has just gone on the market in the USA. It is definitely much louder inside than our other cars, as the engine is directly behind the driver's seat and these cars have very little sound-deadening material.

The first call I received was fairly important, and I told the caller to let me know if they had ANY difficulties hearing me. During the five minutes we were on, I drove on different surfaces (some quite rough) and was driving at 60 mph during half of the call. Towards the end of the conversation I asked the caller if they'd been able to hear me OK; they wondered what I was talking about and stated that everything had sounded GREAT on their end.

So, here we have a device that sells for roughly $80 that -- it appears to me -- outperforms the Bluetooth hands-free system designed into my (otherwise nice) German car by fanatical Teutonic engineers. This is remarkable to me, and the Jabra continues to impress.

It has great battery life, along with a feature that will automatically power the unit down if it loses pairing with your cell phone for more than 15 minutes. This is a great feature, since it means you can turn it on once, run many short errands, and never have to switch the unit on and off.
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67 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Magill on January 13, 2008
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With the hands-free law coming soon in California, I started doing research on headsets, but found that there are also speakerphones. Marvelous idea. I was not particularly excited about sticking a headset to my head. I am just not that cool.

I looked all over at the different speakerphones. Some have very good reviews, but their design, in my opinion, leaves much room for improvement, both functionally and aesthetically. Then I saw the Jabra SP5050. Perfecto!

Not only does it do everything the other speakerphones that I was looking at do, but it does it in a form factor that is both pleasing to the eye and very functional.

Because it is so thin, I don't even notice it on my sun visor. The interior of my car is black, so it also blends in very well. Call it a stealth speakerphone.

Operating it could not be more simple. The area where the speaker is also doubles as a "mouse" if you will. Click and hold for a few seconds to turn it on/off. Click once to answer a call. Click once to hang up. Double click to redial the last number, etc.

It pairs with my phone (Blackjack II) flawlessly. The sound level, which some have complained about, is very nice. Please note that the speaker level on your phone also affects the sound level on the speakerphone, so if your phone volume is turned down, you won't get much volume out of the speakerphone. Once I realized this I had all the sound level I needed, even at highway speeds, and my car is not the quietest in the cabin.

I can hear callers very well. People on the other end have given me mixed comments. At highway speeds they say you can hear the background noise, but that it is not loud nor distracting from the call.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By R. Thompson on February 22, 2008
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I've been through a number of hands-free devices over the years. I've bought and used 4 different Bluetooth headsets with varying degrees of success; some work, some don't. I've had some decent headsets, but don't like wearing them and often forget them. They've also been -- in my experience -- a little problematic to operate; some don't work with all phones, for example, and often you have to repeat pairing on a weekly basis to keep the device working with your phone. Some have poor battery life. Some have numerous accessories -- like charging stands and power supplies -- that make them really not that small or self-contained. Then there's the fit issue, some of the ones that clip over your ear are uncomfortable, some of the ones that use an earbud to fit into your ear are too loose -- you get the picture...

Over the past few years we've also owned four different cars with factory systems built into the car. The most expensive car we own has a built-in system, yet -- despite the brand's reputation for Superb German Engineering -- the hands-free BT system is nearly unusable after the car hits 30 mph. Too much noise, and you end up switching to the handset itself to make yourself heard. My wife HATES it if I even call her using the BT/hands-free system in this car.

As a result, I didn't have the highest of hopes for the Jabra SP5050 -- especially at its' price point -- but I needed something small that I could use in rental cars AND I didn't want to sacrifice quality. What's the point of hands-free if, when you're at speed, there's too much noise in the system for the other party to hear you and you have to resort to using the handset?

I decided to give the Jabra a real-world torture-test right out of the box.
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