We have had our Jabra headset just over a week now and its time to share my thoughts on these which proved a worthy headset considered its price bracket,i’m normally a fan of high end headphones but its nice to check out what’s new and thanks to Jabra they have sent use the Jabra Move Wireless Headset.. Aimed at the sports and fitness gurus here is what we think.


First off the packaging is not cheap and i would push it towards a more premium packaging,(see video for more) We are presented with a nice case and on opening we are then presented with the headset itself covered with plastic,surrounding the headphones is a nice foam cushion which protects the headset during shipping and personal use should you prefer to carry them in the case.Underneath the headset them comes some instructions,a USB cable for charging the headset and then a wired cable which can be handy if you should run out of power.Also included is a start up guide..


The headphone cups are comfortable to say the least and block out external noise,they nestle quite well on your ears and are not tight fitting like some headsets can be which make them non obstructive and they are not huge cups either they are probably just about right,the material is soft and durable and can be kept clean easily.There is some noise leakage but this can be expected depending on volume.

Adjusting the headphones is simple although you will at first need to apply some force as they are new,the strap is robust and made from metal and thin and the cable is not too long and does not interfere in any way nor do you feel it.


The HeadBand is thin and flexible and covered with robust mesh material so this will last quite some time and can be also easily cleaned,the material is tough but you don’t feel a rough feel from it and it does not snag in your hair so comfort here is optimum.

The controls are simple to use and small,one one side we have the volume toggle and multiplay feature buttons,these are small so it will take time to adjust to finding them once you use regularly you will naturally find them with finger,On the same side we have the 3.5mm headset jack which we can plug in to use them wired should you not have a bluetooth enabled device or if you are travelling on an airplane for example. On the other side we have the micro usb port where we charge the headphones,this is the only way they can be charged,there is also a switch to pair the headphones with your compatible device,there is a power and connection status indicator too,if you are wearing these and not connected you get an audible alert and the same applies when you do connect to a device.Call quality too was also crisp and clear so overall a good experience.


Connectivity is simple and these paired with many devices at ease which was great,,on your device you will of course see the name of the headset,if you are a user of many connected items this is handy to have,pairing is done in seconds,you just switch the button up and turn on your Bluetooth on device and follow the simple instructions,in all case it was just to confirm a number,this is the norm.



Overall i was very impressed with these headphones,i am very picky and like quality,for the price you pay for these you are getting much more than expected,the sound is crisp and clear at all volumes and the build quality is also excellent,so these are worth every cent you pay for them in my view.Check out our unboxing and walkthrough below and if you have any questions fire off below..We would like to thanks Jabra once again for sending these over to us.

You can buy these direct from Jabra in the US or on Amazon AND Jabra UK

By Jim O Brien/CEO

CEO and expert in transport and Mobile tech. A fan 20 years, mobile consultant, Nokia Mobile expert, Former Nokia/Microsoft VIP,Multiple forum tech supporter with worldwide top ranking,Working in the background on mobile technology, Weekly radio show, Featured on the RTE consumer show, Cavan TV and on TRT WORLD. Award winning Technology reviewer and blogger. Security and logisitcs Professional.