Jabra Supreme Bluetooth Headset
by Mark R
I have reported on many Jabra products before, such as the EASYCALL.
One of the problems with reporting on Bluetooth headsets is that they are essentially all alike, but the SUPREME has more than one interesting function. It’s fling-boom arm serves to keep it compacted in storage, and also serves as its power on/off function as well.
The SUPREME also has a very soft cushion for the ear. It is pretty comfortable, but I will have to say that it will come off if you shake your head a lot.
It also features Active Noise Cancellation, which lives up to its promise of hearing someone very clearly. Other features include Wind-Noise Reduction Technology, which removes the gusty sounds of the wind noise in your Bluetooth conversation. It also has Noise Blackout 3.0, for “noise reduction technology”.
At first I found the SUPREME a little hard to use, as its design was very different from most Bluetooth headsets. There is a button on the flip-boom arm that allows the user to make Voice Guidance and Voice Control, which helped me out a lot.
All in all, I would recommend the SUPREME for indoor use, but if you are situations where you will be shaking your head all the time, don’t expect it to stay on. The important thing to note is that the sound is quite good. You can get the SUPREME sometime this month, but I can’t seem to find a price for it. You can click here for more information.