(Disclaimer: I received a sample in exchange for my honest review. I was under no obligation to give a positive review. The opinions expressed here are 100% my own.)
My husband and I LOVE Jabra products. We have a few of their products around our house, such as the Tour, the Sport, the Solemate Mini…and a couple others…
So when I was asked to try out the Jabra Move Headphones, I jumped on the opportunity real quick. My husband has the Jabra Revo Wireless headphones (you can read his review about them HERE), which are roughly around $200.00 retail. The Jabra Move headphones are about $100, so there’s a bit of a downgrade.
Still, because of our love for Jabra products in general, I was expecting the best for the price. My husband pointed out that he could tell a sound difference in the Jabra Revo and the Jabra Move. There was more treble and less bass with the Jabra Move compared to the Revo. Again, considering the price difference, it made sense. Still, to me, the sound quality was great with the Jabra Move.
Here’s what I love about the Jabra Move Wireless Headphone:
1.) They quickly synced with my iPhone 6. Never have I had a problem with ANY Jabra device not connecting.
2.) They are simplistic…and I’m ALL about simplicity. Easy to turn on, turn off, turn up the volume, connect, and disconnect. The Jabra Revo headphones my husband have are a bit more complex, which is understandable considering the price.
3.) Takes only 1-2 hours to fully charge. Yes, you heard right! Love this!
4.) They are lightweight and durable. According to the Jabra website, these headphones were tested to withstand abuse by being dropped and flexed 10,000 times. Now, I’m not saying that I would ever let my kids play with them, but if the headphones were to accidentally get into the wrong hands, they would be just fine. Did I mention that they’re stainless steel?
5.) These headphones are pretty comfortable with their dirt-resistant fabric!
6.) They’re wireless. Though they do have the cord for the option of being wired, if need be.
What I’m not so sure on the Jabra Headphones:
1.) The adjustable headband is slightly hard to adjust. I had to double check the pamphlet with the directions to figure out how to do it.
With the holiday season just right around the corner, and you’re wanting to look into snagging some nice headphones for a friend or family member, be sure to check out the Jabra Move wireless headphones. You definitely get the most bang for your buck with any product you buy from Jabra. Don’t miss out! These are amazing!