Jabra Stealth Bluetooth Headset - Black (US Version)
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- Small, discreet design incorporating microPOWER technology. The battery in your Jabra headset is not replaceable
- Jabra Assist App helps you locate your headset using GPS tracking
- Noise Blackout, HD Voice for crystal clear sound at both ends of phone calls, and A2DP for music streaming
- Easy pairing to smartphones and other devices with NFC, as well as Multiuse to pair to 2 devices at the same time
- 6 hours of talk time and an energy-saving PowerNap function
- NOTE: Check instruction videos before use
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Millions of people use Bluetooth headsets not only for their ease of use and comfort, but because they provide a truly hands-free experience while multi-tasking on-the-go. The Jabra Stealth is ideal because is not only significantly smaller, lighter and less conspicuous than other headsets on the market, but it offers better comfort and more battery efficiency without compromising sound quality. Jabra Stealth also has built-in hands-free smartphone voice control for activating Siri or Google Now so users can leave their smartphone in their pocket or bag and remotely interact with the voice assistant with a simple tap on the headset's button.
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The toughest part is that the ear piece(s) are not up to snuff. This is one of those bluetooths that you wear, carrying a bag and pulling a roll-along through an airport, you feel like it could fall out at any time. And you might not catch it.
No kidding, this just happened: my daughter jumped in my lap, I fell backward on the couch, and we wrestled... and then she got up and said "what's that in your ear?". I reached up, and sure enough, the ugly orange earpiece is there, but not the bluetooth. It had gotten knocked off in our struggles :-)
That's the other problem. The earpiece is really not snug or tight on the bluetooth! Sheesh!
I have a bag full of earpieces but none of them really fit well AND fit snugly on the bluetooth itself.
Plenty of volume
Very light weight and comfortable
Good external noise reduction
Consistent top quality sound on both ends
Very good battery life
Volume of caller id and system is much lower than caller's voice
I bought this unit since it advertised being the best at noise cancelling. Well, it's not at all! In fact it's far worse then the $29 Jabra it replaced. Quiet sounds like running a faucet, pouring dog food, a quiet radio 50+ft away, and even walking on snow are greatly amplified to the point it's nearly painful to the person on the line!
Forget trying to do anything borderline loud!
Also when the battery gets a bit low, it will just start to cut out with any noise (like road noise when driving).
All in all, it's an expensive piece of junk!
This review a $65 gadget and not a hi-tech military grade device
I'd owned over 10 bluetooth headset from different brands and models so I can tell
For the price this is far the best I ever had
- People on the other end will hear you loud and clear with no complains at all.
- The noise canceling really works though of course if you face yourself at strong wind or stupid ambient noise then don't expect a $65 piece do the magic.
- Comfort... There is no comfortable headset piece, forget that. Ears are different and what fits good for one may not for you and vice versa. This headset comes with a good set of eargels (5) so its a good chance you will find one fitting you well.
- Battery life is great, I use it all day long for calls, youtube, skype video call, and it never disappointed me.
- Range is not the best but it is enough.
I use with android phone and connection is fast and stable, this may change from phone to phone.
One thing you should do is upgrade the firmware, google for jabra stealth firmware upgrade.
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It has a load of features with voice commands to do a lot of things, the problem it has is, it has same voice command which sometimes in noisy environment rejects and picks call automatically and there is no way you can cancel it.
Battery backup is great and as mentioned.
Form factor is small and is quite light weighted.
The only downside to this product is the silicon attachment it comes with(orange ones). At first they are very tight snug fit, but over time the they soften up so you have to keep tugging it back in after sometime, which is quite annoying at times. It also comes with an over the ear attachment but it doesn't fit perfectly.
My final verdict is that it is a very good buy and you will love it.
USP: PBAP (in-ear audio caller-ID) support and light-weight ergonomics/fit. I sometimes forget that I have it worn on my ear; more than once, I have looked around for it only to realise that it's already on my ear. This fit is a simple deal-maker for me. Mute button is another one.
Other good features include A2DP (music/multimedia playback) and HFP (voice control (answer/reject calls) & voice feedback (battery status etc.)) support. Messages readout (Calendar / SMS / Email plus social (WhatsApp/Facebook/WeChat) messages) is extremely useful too (does not work on my Blackberry Q10). Noise-blackout is another feature which, of course, only people on the other-side can comment on, but since I have never been complained to for background noise, I presume that it works perfectly. Also, phone assistants (BlackBerry Assistant, GoogleNow, Siri etc.) can be triggered with a button for calling/texting etc.
Supports NFC-pairing too but how often would you need to pair a new device! And not that conventional pairing via bluetooth is difficult anyway.
Battery: 6hr talktime is great-job considering the size & weight of the device; can't ask for more.
Con: lack of volume control; but managed to live without it.
PS: check-out Jabra Steel
Its a freaking waste of 3000/-
Battery life is bad.
Also, redial does not work - which is irritating.
I mostly use it while driving.
Sound quality is OK. Never got any complaints.
I had a Samsung standard one and it lasted long before it got stolen.
The battery for that one simply great.
Within month Jabra Stealth has stopped working, Bluetooth does not pair any more.
Jabra has no service centre to support or repair.
I would advise not to by this device.
Works for about 6 hours on a single charge.
Seems i was sent a used and defective product.