Our next review is the all new Jabra Talk 2 Bluetooth headset which to date has served me well and adds nicely to my Jabra collection that also still serves me well…

The Jabra Talk 2 comes in a simple form of packaging which is mostly clear and comes boxed with cable,instructions and flexible ear gels, this also sports 9 hours of battery life which is not so bad and lives up to the manufacturers specs which often particularly with smartphones for example is not the case after testing…

 

 

 

Its quite a small sized headset which is not a bad thing considered some of what is available out there today even for me with big hands found it easy to use given its small buttons on board and again it was only matter of time before I came comfortable to navigate these with no issues after some proper use,life can be difficult sometimes which chunky hands believe me..

 

Connecting to my smartphone was simple as you would typically find with any Jabra product,the process was quick and hassle free and of course the is audible notifications  on board here to to let you know as well as the LED lights…

 

The device paired with several smartphones I might add and again with ease just remember if you have issues to ensure the connected device is set to visible as some by default are not and you will not pick it up..

Functions

On the unit we have a built in mic.volume controls LED lights for status such as charge and connection,On and Off switch and a Micro USB ports its housed nice and compact it must be said and also on board there is the ability to use the Jabra Assist app there is also a Find My Jabra feature that will geotag the last location where your headset was used which is pretty cool should you misplace it..

 

 

Sound quality..

Was good,crisp and clear to be fair,what do you expect for its price tag,its not out to break records but provide you with an decent experience which it does maybe a bit low for my ears but I am known for liking things loud so its safe to say for any consumer the audio level is perfectly fine.. I was happy with it as a whole and could conduct business as normal. Given its size and the plastic holder that holds it on it was comfortable and after a few minutes I felt like I had lost it,Rather than the tough plastic feel on the holder itself I would have preferred rubber but its not much of a caveat and me more nitpicking than anything else but as I said it does the job its set out to do and at a really competitive price…

 

 

If you want something simple to take calls for work,or be it walking or even jogging and cost effective this will do the job for you based on how I used it in the same circumstances, it did not let me down,you will get easily one days use for the average person but keep in mind it will need to be charged fully because you never know what the next day will bring, Having said that it would be more so for power users which many folk are and of course its great for drivers too which keeps them away from their phone and the rigors of the law which have clamped down alot lately..

 

BUY HERE   €29,99. 

 

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

CEO in the transport industry, mobile tech fan 20 years, mobile consultant, Nokia/Microsoft VIP, HTC Specialist, Multiple forum supporter with worldwide top rankings, I also work in the background in the mobile technology sector, weekly radio show, Featured on the RTE consumer show and Cavan TV. Technology reviewer and blogger.Part time actor and security professional and brutally honest when it comes to opinions.

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