As a Jabra 2014 Ambassador I was provided with a complimentary Jabra Talk to facilitate this review. The opinions in this post are 100% mine. You can read my full disclosure policy here.
I’ve been sharing my love of Jabra products with you for a while now. They make the best wireless electronics and the Solemate and Tour are products I honestly use every single day. Now I have another awesome product to share with you, the Jabra Talk. This is a hands-free Bluetooth headset that is so easy to use and great for people like me who like to multi-task when they’re on the phone.
The Jabra Talk is very small but provides great sound quality. It is equipped with HD voice technology so the sound is crystal clear. This is definitely one of my favorite features. What good is a headset if you can’t hear on it, right?
Here’s what you get in the box: The Jabra Talk headset, an extra loop to go around your ear, a couple of extra ear pieces, a quick start guide, and a charger.
This is really the thing that I have come to love about Jabra products in general: they are SO easy to use. This is honestly all you do: Turn it on, connect it to your phone via Bluetooth, stick it in your ear and off you go. It’s already charged when you get it so you can use it right out of the box. The talk time is about 6 hours with up to 8 days of standby time.
I love that the Jabra Talk is really small and lightweight. I have sort of small ears and sometimes have trouble getting these kinds of things to stay in them. But I had no problem with this device. The little loop that goes around your ear to hold it in place is comfortable, very thin and flexible yet not flimsy. You hardly know you’re wearing anything! As I mentioned before, the sound quality is great. And when you’re not talking on it you can stream music, your GPS, or catch up on your favorite podcast.
We’re all so busy, it’s nice to be able to catch up on the phone with your mom or a friend without having to hold the phone to your ear for an hour. And I can tell you that just using the speakerphone on your house or cell phone is not anywhere near as convenient or clear as using the Jabra Talk. We really love this device and I think anyone who likes to have their hands free while they’re getting ‘er done at home or driving on the road will get a ton of use out of it.
Jabra is generously offering one of my readers a Jabra Talk of their own! This giveaway will end at 11:59pm ET on May 27, 2014 and is open to US residents ages 18+ only.