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Jabra CRUISER 2 Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone

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  • Bluetooth-enabled, in-car speakerphone for safe hands-free calling while driving
  • Acoustically optimized design with Noise Blackout dual microphones and a powerful speaker
  • Connect it to your car radio with the FM transmitter and transmit your music and calls to your car speakers
  • Advanced MultiUse allows you to have two active connections at the same time
  • Downloads your phonebook and tells you who is calling
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  • Size (LWH): 5.31 inches, 2.44 inches, 7.24 inches
  • Weight: 3.04 ounces
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  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 2.4 x 7.2 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0043M668G
  • Item model number: CRUISER 2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,393 customer reviews)
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STEER THE CONVERSATION WITHOUT TAKING YOUR HANDS OFF THE WHEEL The Jabra CRUISER2 Bluetooth in-car speakerphone makes hands-free conversation even easier. To start with, there is no installation needed. It connects automatically with your mobile and downloads your phonebook so it can tell you who is calling. And when you take a call, Noise Blackout technology and a dual microphone system ensure the conversation always sounds just right. Building on the legacy of the CRUISER, the Jabra CRUISER2 combines great sound in a design that makes it the perfect smartphone companion. The Jabra CRUISER2 offers driver-friendly technology. You'll receive spoken info. so there's no need to take your eyes off the road while you drive. Voice Guidance allows the speakerphone to deliver helpful instructions such as: "Pairing Mode", Connected", "Low battery", "and Language settings". Voice Guidance gives you pairing instructions which will guide you through the pairing process. The Jabra CRUISER2 will download your phonebook and announce who is calling using Phonebook Access Profile (PBAP). It can download 1.000 contacts per connected phone. If your phone does not support PBAP it will announce the number of the caller instead.What's in the Box: USB cable, Car charger, Quick Start Guide and 1 year limited warranty.

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The Jabra CRUISER2 Bluetooth in-car speakerphone makes hands-free in-car calls even easier. To start with, its voice gives you simple pairing instructions the first time you turn it on. After that you just put it on your sun-visor and it connects automatically with your mobile phone every time. It will even synchronize with your phonebook, enabling the CRUISER2 to say the names of the contacts in your phonebook when they call.



The easier way to talk hands-free while driving .

When you answer, Jabra's Noise Blackout technology and a dual microphone system ensure the conversation always sounds just right. And you won't run out of charge because its voice will tell you when it needs more power. It's also equipped with an FM Transmitter and A2DP Bluetooth profile, which allow you to stream your music from your phone to the car stereo.

Key Features

  • Acoustically optimized design with Noise Blackout dual microphones and a powerful speaker
  • Easy to install. Pair to your phone and place on your sun visor. Then you are ready to drive responsibly
  • Connect it to your car radio with the FM transmitter and transmit your music and calls to your car speakers
  • Play music from your Bluetooth device using A2DP
  • Advanced MultiUse allows you to have two active connections at the same time and switch between them whenever you please.
  • Downloads your phonebook and tells you who is calling
  • Dedicated mute button and large easy to access volume controls
  • Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology
  • Auto-pairing accompanied by audible pairing instructions for no-nonsense set-up
  • Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology
  • Jabra Discreet Light feature--the light indicator (LED) does not continually flash and you can turn it completely off in night drive mode
  • Features answer/end, redial and voice dial (phone dependent)
  • In-car cigarette lighter adapter charger with disconnectable USB cable so you can also charge it from your PC
  • Up to 14 hours talk time and up to 20 days of standby time
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Pairing the In-Car Speakerphone with Your Phone

  1. When you turn on your Jabra CRUISER2 for the first time, the in-car speakerphone will automatically start up in pairing mode and begin to tell you what to do next
  2. Activate Bluetooth on the phone
  3. Press 'Yes' or 'OK' on the phone and confirm with PIN code 0000 (4 zeros)
  4. Your phone will confirm when the pairing is complete
  5. For later pairing: Turn your in-car speakerphone on. Press and hold the answer/end button until the Connection Status Icon light is flashing blue and the pairing instructions begins

Install It In Your Car

After you have successfully paired you phone (or phones) to your Jabra CRUISER2, use the metal clip on the back of the in-car speakerphone to attach it to your sun visor. That's all the installation needed. You are now ready to drive responsibly.

Customer Reviews

Battery life is long lasting and even works when charging.
Z S Liske
I love my new hands free device , makes my driving and talking safer !
Mdstover
The sound is clear and the person on the other end can hear me great.
MLC_50

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436 of 448 people found the following review helpful By busymom on March 11, 2011
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After reading all the reviews, I initially went with the Motorola Roadster. I liked that it had the ability to read text messages (my teenage sons favorite way to communicate with me) and that it turned on automatically when I got in the car. Once I had it, it works basically as stated but the sound quality was so poor and the fm transmitter was poor. I bought the Jabra 2 and have been using it for the past few days. I was so surprised when the voice came on reading me a text message! Motorola doesn't tell you this but the app MotoSpeak works with other units! Not only that but the quality of speech is far superior on the Jabra unit. So far, I'm really happy with it. Both units pair with 2 devices, both have FM transmitters, both use voice commands.

Based on my primary uses, here's my list of pros/cons for each

Jabra: Pros
Voice dialer is accurate
Display lights are easy to see.
Connects very quickly with my phone.
Good sound from the unit itself
Better FM transmitter (Washington D.C. area airwaves are packed but I get clear sound all around town)
Nice loud sound from unit, can use it if FM station isn't available.
Announces name of caller/texter
When using with GPS, it is clear and uninterrupted.

Cons:
Doesn't turn on automatically, easy to forget
can't dictate a text response

Points for Motorola roadster: Pros
Automatically turns on when I get in the car
Uses motospeak to play texts
More voice commands. Can just say "answer" or "ignore" for incoming call.
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833 of 872 people found the following review helpful By B.Willis TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 25, 2010
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I own the Motorola T505 and the Jabra Cruiser2. It made sense to me to take a little road test and compare the two bluetooth speakerphones in an effort to determine which one is better. With my mom on the other end, I took to the local freeways and switched back and forth between the two units while mom told me what she was hearing on her end of the conversation.

Form: The Jabra Cruiser2 is attractive. It is lightweight but has a solid feel to it. Controls are simple to use and understand. The unit's design is understated and minimalist. A clip holds the Cruiser2 to your car's sun visor. Unfortunately, the Jabra's clip cannot be reversed. My car, an Audi, has sun visors that flip from front to rear, rather than the usual rear to front configuration. That means that I cannot use the Jabra Cruiser2 unless I mount it backwards. Conversely, the Motorola T505's clip allows the unit to be reversed, which gives one more mounting flexibility.

Setup: Pairing the Jabra Cruiser2 was quick and simple. A woman with a pleasant voice provides pairing instructions and also tells you quite clearly what's going on with the unit. My cell phone is a Palm Treo 755p, which was the model that came out just before the Palm Pre. For whatever reason, the Cruiser2 is apparently unable to download the directory from my phone. So when a call comes in, it simply announces the number rather than the name of the caller. I'm guessing this won't be a problem for most, as it's probably a simple incompatability between my cell phone and the Cruiser2.

Function: I used both the Jabra and Motorola units by listening through the internal speaker and I also used the FM transmitter function.
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561 of 599 people found the following review helpful By The Matrix Fan TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 4, 2010
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In this video, I show you how I paired the speakerphone with my LG Xenon phone.

I also demonstrate the FM compatibility, the ability to play Youtube music, the ease of making a call, and the little extras that come with this device.

Enjoy!
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74 of 80 people found the following review helpful By K. Hymel on April 24, 2011
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This little guy works famously, as advertised. But beware, it works TOO GOOD. By that, I mean that the range exceeds that which is practical. So ? So, if you don't remember to switch it off each time you leave the car, and you go into a store, concrete walls or not, if you are still within it's very large radius, you are STILL CONNECTED. If the phone rings, Jabra will answer, even though you will try with your phone in your hand to answer but are prevented. Jabra still trys to connect with your phone as though you are still in the car... Most annoying. If you forget again when parking at home, it will still answer when you get inside. You must remember to switch it off each and every time you leave the vehicle. The only way I could find to override the connectivity and answer the phone in the store or home, was to use the Speakerphone on the phone which commands Jabra to Disconnect. Still, Jabra gets 5-stars for it's clarity, ease of setup, application and faithfulness. :-)
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120 of 134 people found the following review helpful By Dustin Farahnak TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 22, 2010
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I'm using this with a Sony Ericsson C905a.

Construction Quality: The unit feels great. It's nice and solid, with satisfying weight. It clips on my visor with the wire that doubles as the FM transmitter (clever!) and just feels and looks nice.

Setup: Pairing the device was as simple as a bluetooth headset. A robotic voice comes on when you first turn on the Jabra, walking you through the process. That same voice informed you that it has downloaded your phone book. To connect another phone, just hold down the phone button and the voice repeats the process. Easiest pairing I've ever experienced. The bluetooth will enunciate the names of incoming callers if they are in your phonebook. Setting up the FM transmitter to work was trivially easy. You hit a button on the side marked "FM" and the robot voice tells you the frequency to tune into (and a radio icon lights up). You can hit the + or - and the voice will announce a new frequency (these same keys control volume if you aren't using the FM mode).

Performance: The built in speaker is loud, but I much prefer using the FM transmitter. I'm really pleased with the noise cancellation. It's not perfect, but it is much easier to hear, and my wife says I'm easier to hear when I'm talking into this thing. The AD2P -> FM transmitter is a great bonus because my phone has a lot of music on it. The music sounds good, not great (you need a line in for better quality). Honestly, this is probably the biggest surprise for me because I usually hate FM transmitters. Bluetooth reception is also much better than the headsets I'm used to, probably because this device is a little bigger. I can leave my phone in my pocket and make and receive calls.
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