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Jabra Eclipse Bluetooth Headset (U.S. Retail Packaging)
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- Premium headset speaker coupled with HD voice for high definition sound quality
- Dual microphones provide excellent noise cancellation to block out background noise
- Smartphone voice control with Siri / Google Now button
- Button free headset interaction, just tap or double tap to initiate command features
- Up to 10 hours of talk time with the charging case (up to 3 hours on headset alone without charging case) and up to 7 days standby time
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|Talk Time||6 hours||6 hours||6 hours||9 hours||6 hours||3 hours headset + 7 hours charging case|
|Wind Noise Reduction||✓|
|Stream Music, Podcasts GPS Directions||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|NFC for Easy Pairing||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Siri / Google Now Button||✓||✓|
|Warranty||1 year||1 year||1 year||1 year||1 year||1 year|
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|Item Dimensions||7.24 x 4.33 x 2 in||1 x 1 x 1 in||0.42 x 4 x 2.5 in||7.24 x 3.54 x 1.49 in||7.2 x 7.12 x 3.62 in||3.54 x 7.4 x 1.34 in|
|Item Weight||2.56 ounces||1 ounces||0.69 ounces||1.6 ounces||4.8 ounces||4.32 ounces|
Jabra Eclipse is a Bluetooth headset with an in-ear sound quality that is so good, it’s the next best thing to being there. With an immersive music-grade speaker, it gives you unrivalled sound quality, whether you are taking calls, listening to your messages, or simply enjoying an audiobook. Jabra Eclipse is also a powerhouse of technology, wrapped inside an elegant and sleek body, giving you ultimate comfort. It comes with a carry case which holds the headset and acts as a portable charger, giving an additional 7 hours of talk time for a total of 10 hours. Jabra Eclipse also seamlessly connects with Google Now/Siri so you can just leave your phone in your pocket while you email, text, make phone calls or listen to music without touching the phone.
Top customer reviews
Audio quality - very average - not nearly as good as the Bose BT2R Series 2 Wireless Bluetooth Headset (Bose) which appears to have been discontinued. There is also no hard volume control buttons although you may be able to use Siri or one day Apple watch to do this.
It will be interesting to see how this performs in windy conditions. The Bose is terrrible.
Ease of use - you couldn't ask for more. The BT connnectivity is the best I have ever seen. Way better than Bose. The charging cradle is elegantly designed and very convenient. Much easier than fumbling around w/tiny unidirectional micro USB ports. The until is very light and the silver color makes it easy to find. It's lighter than the Bose and there is no on-off swtich to engage. Therefore its much faster to answer a call than w/the Bose.
The Bose is about the best BT headset for phones that has ever been made in terms of audio quality. It may be that this is a better buy because of the convenience factors enumerated above. I had originally intended to use this only when the Bose ran out of juice. Now it may function as a kitchen and around the house BT device and I will leave the Bose for use in my home office.
Update: Another con: no hardware volume control. Decided to keep this vs getting a used Bose BT on eBay because of the convenience factor. The sound quality is probably a B with Bose earning an A.
2nd Update: In conversations, when you are interrupting someone you are talking to, you could not hear what the other person was saying during a normal give and take. The mic or speaker is simply not robust enough. I sent it back to Amazon and purchased a remanufactured Bose BT Bose Bluetooth Headset Series 2 - Right Ear which unfortunately has been discontinued.
If this products price was less than $50, I would have kept it, even with the issues!
Pros: I loved the size, Fit in my ear
Call quality was loud and crisp.
Cons: Difficult to answer and hang up calls,
Short talk time.
On the other hand, battery life is a major issue. Three hours is simply not enough. While I appreciate that the point of the device is extreme minimalism for the sake of comfort and style, I don't see it as too much of a sacrifice to have a slightly larger battery for more talk time. Besides audio quality that leaves just a bit to be desired, that's really the only problem with the device. Volume buttons would also be appreciated, but again, I understand that that would add to the weight and bulk of the device, so I accept that these buttons are missing.
I primarily use the headset for work with my Surface Pro 4. Using the sleek simple Surface with the sleek simple Jabra is pretty great. I'm truly pushing boundaries of office minimalism over here. Everyone else around me has great looming PC towers with air traffic controller-looking wired headsets. I do a lot of video conferencing, so I often find myself putting my headset on and taking it off, and there's never an issue establishing a Bluetooth connection. It always connects almost as quickly as I'm able to get the headset into my ear. It never droops out of my ear, the mic quality is OK, and it's easy to clean and everything.
I gave this device four stars with the understanding that it is not my primary headset. I've taken to using it only for video conferencing. The rest of the time, I'm using my Jabra Storm which is connected to my phone to listen to music, take calls, and sometimes join video conferences from my phone. The Storm has a battery life of 6+ hours, so using it primarily and then supplementing the rest of my headset needs with the Eclipse works out quite nicely.
If you do not have an alternate headset to use most of the time, you will not want the Eclipse. It should be used as a supplementary headset only. If Jabra would design a Bluetooth headset with the battery life of some of their other models, and with the dock of the Eclipse, they'd have perfection on their hands. But that day has yet to come.
Most recent customer reviews
Sound quality is just horrible. Sounds like your talking and listening from a Chinese made 99¢ headset.Read more