Jabra Move Bluetooth On-Ear Wireless Stereo Headphones with On-Ear Controls

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About this product

Overview

  • Lightweight on-ear headphones featuring a stylish design with high quality audio playback
  • Dual connectivity, connect wired or wirelessly to suit your listening style
  • Long battery life of up to eight hours playtime is great for extended listening sessions

Product overview

• Lightweight on-ear headphones featuring a stylish design with high quality audio playback
• Dual connectivity, connect wired or wirelessly to suit your listening style
• Long battery life of up to eight hours playtime is great for extended listening sessions
• Bluetooth version four offers crystal clear wireless audio
• Pair up to two devices at the same time
• On-ear audio and call control lets you access your music as well as make or take calls straight from your phone
• Padded ear cushions and headband give you a comfortable fit for long sessions
• Recharge via USB using the supplied 5-Pin micro USB cable
• Model number: 100-96300000-60
• One year warranty

Stylish design
Great for an active lifestyle, the Jabra Move On-Ear headphones have been designed for maximum durability and comfort. A one piece steel headband gives the support and flexibility to withstand outdoor use, while two adjustable lightweight ear cups boast high quality foam padding to sit perfectly on your ears. The ear cups pivot slightly to allow for a flat fitting against your ears, these can also be raised and lowered to accommodate a variety of head sizes.

Wired or wireless?
The Jabra Move On-Ear headphones utilise the best of both worlds when it comes to connectivity. You can choose completely wireless operation using Bluetooth technology to pair up to eight devices or maintain two connections simultaneously. Or you can extend your battery life and connect directly into your devices with the supplied detachable 3.5 mm stereo cable.

Please note: some functionality such as voice dialling and last number redial become phone dependant when in wired mode

Closed back driver system
The Jabra Move uses large 40 mm dynamic drivers to enhance your music. This gives warmth to the low end bass notes while giving clear high notes even at high volumes. The closed back design, paired with the padded ear cups help to create a ‘seal’ to prevent your music from disturbing those around you.

Easy to access on-ear controls
The Jabra Move features a simple and intuitive control system situated on the ear cup. A volume up and down button also acts as a track skip on long presses, while a single multifunctional button lets you answer and end calls, pause your music or pair devices.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from You don’t need to spend £300+ to get great quality music! If you’ve been using those wired ear buds that come with your phone for your commute, you don’t know what you’re missing out on. In making the switch to the Jabra Move I changed from in ear wired, to over ear wireless and I’m only sorry that I didn’t make the switch sooner- the sound on these is just in a different league to what I had before, with the added convenience of being wireless. In all honesty, I have always been dubious about wearing over ear headphones out and about. They’ve often been huge, bulky, bits of kit that I’ve not felt comfortable wearing. They’re great if you are out to make a statement about the brand you’re wearing or want to just wear them at home but that’s not what I want for my commute to work. These fit the bill perfectly as they are a more compact style than some other products out there and whilst they don’t fold like some other models out there, they aren’t inconvenient for me to throw in my bag. The headband adjusts for size and the earpieces themselves have a decent swivel on them, which means you can get them how you want them. Some cheaper headphones I’ve tried don’t do this and I find this can ache after a while as they don’t sit with the angle of your ear. In terms of sound, they pack a good level of bass without being overpowering, as well as providing a clear, crisp, high range. Jabra may not have the traditional audio heritage of brands like Sony and Sennheiser, however they made their name within the telecoms headset market- this means they know how to create quality sound and have gained the technical expertise when it comes to making quality Bluetooth products, which they are now translating into headphones. Therefore it’s unsurprising that the unit also doubling as a phone headset- it’s got a built in mic so you can use it for answering calls without taking it off and there is a volume +/- and multi-function button which handles the basic answer/hang up for that, as well as some functions for handling multiple calls at once. It appears I’m not popular enough to have needed to try that, but sure it will be useful to someone. For controlling your music, the volume buttons double as music track controls so you can skip forward and back if you hold them down. If, like me, one of the reasons you’d not made the switch to wireless was the thought of having another thing to remember to charge all the time, I can say I’ve not had to worry. Jabra claim 8 hours of music and 12 hours of talk time and I can’t claim I’ve checked this, however I’ve put them on charge at my desk maybe 3 times every fortnight and I’ve not run out so far, although of course that depends how much you use them. If you do run out of charge there is also a standard 3.5mm input on the headphone and it comes with a cable to go from there to your phone, so you’ve got the option of switching back to good old wired if you’re organised enough to carry that around as well. Just to note, the charging cable is USB, meaning you can’t plug it straight into your mains plug. You’ll need an adapter or something with a USB port in to plug this into, although I’d add that this is the case with almost all Bluetooth products. The port on the headphone itself is just standard micro USB, so if you’re like me you’ll probably have lots of places to charge it from already anyway. All in all, I would recommend these as a great set of Bluetooth headphones, giving excellent sound quality and value, showing you don’t need to spend £300+ to get great quality music!
Date published: 2017-04-27
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Specification

Operating Specifications

Frequency Response:

20 - 20000 HzHz

Sensitivity:

94 dBdB

Impedance:

29 OhmsΩ

Construction

Cable Length:

120m

Material:

Silicone
PC
PU
ABS
TPE
Stainless steel

Colour:

Black

Product Specifications

Driver Size:

40 mm

Microphone:

4mm Omni directional

Remote:

Yes

Noise Cancellation:

Passive

Rotatable Cups:

No

Detachable Cable:

Yes

Adjustable Headband:

Yes

Driver Type:

Dynamic

Acoustic System:

Closed

General

Type:

Wireless Stereo Headphones

Dimensions & Weight

Cup Diameter:

59

Weight:

150g

Size Of Headband:

146.11 mm

Connectivity

Connector Type:

3.5mm

Bluetooth:

v4.1

Wi-Fi Enabled:

No

NFC Enabled:

No

Contents

Package Contents:

1x Move Wireless Headset
1x USB Cable
1x Quick Start Guide
1x 3.5mm Audio Cable
1x Warranty card
1x Warning leaflet
1x Registration form

Warranty

Warranty:

1 year

Power Specifications

Batteries Required:

Built in Rechargeable Battery

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