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Jabra CRUISER2 Bluetooth In Car Speakerphone

by Jabra
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  • Superior sound for hands-free calls in the car
  • Multiuse - connect to 2 Bluetooth devices simultaneously
  • Voice Guidance, Caller ID, battery status and setup
  • Dual microphone technology for excellent sound
  • Connect it to your car radio with the FM transmitter and transmit your music and calls to your car stereo
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 12.4 x 1.9 cm ; 86 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 200 g
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  • Item model number: SPCRUISER2
  • ASIN: B00466O7GC
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 15 Oct. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (676 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

Bluetooth 2.0

Manufacturer's Description

The Jabra CRUISER2 Bluetooth in-car speakerphone makes hands-free in-car calls even easier.

To start with, its voice gives you simple pairing instructions the first time you turn it on. After that you just put it on your sun-visor and it will connect automatically with your mobile every time. It will also synchronise with your phonebook. The Jabra CRUISER2 will then say the names of the contacts in your phonebook when they call. And when you answer, Noise Blackout technology and a dual microphone system ensure the conversation always sounds just right.

The Jabra CRUISER2 looks right in any car and its carefully positioned buttons make it exceptionally easy to operate. You won’t run out of charge because its voice will tell you when it needs more power. It is also equipped with an FM Transmitter and A2DP, which allow you to stream your music from your phone to the car stereo. With the Jabra CRUISER2 you stay in control of the conversation without taking your hands off the wheel. Up to 14 hours talk time and up to 20 days standby time.


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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

222 of 228 people found the following review helpful By Chris Hall TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 15 Jan. 2011
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The Jabra Cruiser 2 is one of many hands-free Bluetooth products brought out by Jabra. The in-car speakerphone allows the user to safely answer and make hands-free calls whilst driving. To set up the speakerphone, the unit needs to first be charged up for just 2 hours (an impressively quick charging time), either via the included USB cable into a PC (or something similar), or plugged into the cigarette lighter of a running car.

Once charged, the device is turned on by a simple flip of a switch and then a voice automatically guides the user through how to link it up with a mobile phone via their Bluetooth capabilities. This literally takes around a minute. Once done, the speakerphone is good to go.

The flexible metal grip on the underside of the speakerphone allows the device to be clipped on to a cars sun-visor (drivers side is recommended). Once attached the unit can be used unconnected for up to 14 hours of talk time, or for 20 days on standby (impressive huh?). However, should you need to charge up the speakerphone in the car then the unit can be plugged into the cigarette lighter and it will begin charging again (although you may need to reposition it away from the sun-visor during charging to avoid getting entangled in the dangling power cord).

The unit has very well positioned (and easy to identify whilst on the move) buttons located on the outward facing-side of the speakerphone. In the centre is the 'answer/end call' button, to the left and right are the volume controls, and in the middle-and-back is the ever so handy 'mute' button. Apart from the radio button and the 'on/off' switch which are both located on the side, that's it!

The volume and clarity of calls on the device is superb.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By skiandsun.jimdo.co"m on 26 Dec. 2011
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Why I bought it.
After looking for a wireless way to play my iphone music in my Mercedes I found these alternatives. Change my whole hifi = over £500 . Fit a parrot system I was quoted £300 fitted.

I bought this and it paired with my iphone4 in a few seconds. Clipped in on the visor and tried out the handsfree, Works just fine.

There is an FM button on the unit - push it once and it speaks the frequency to tune in to ie: 88.7 fm. You then search with your radio and it will pick up the RDS saying CRUSIER on your radio. If there is interference from strong stations, just push it again and it will tell you another frequency to tune to.

I now play my TomTom, music or any apps straight through my car hifi and have handsfree all at the same time.
Music quailty is not bad but you can hear a small amount of hiss when nothing is playing, this would be the same on any FM transmitter though.
Im driving to the Alps tomorrow so the unit will be tested even further and I can comment on the battery life etc.

Update :
Now back from a round 1300 mile trip.
I streamed my music through the Jabra FM all the way to the French Alps and half way back to UK before the unit said "low battery". This worked out to be about 15 hours worth on the FM mode. I then plugged it the car charger to top it up for the return journey.

Although earlier I said there was some hiss on the FM , after changing the frequencies a few times to other channels, I found there was no hiss at all . Superb crystal clear music all the way.
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165 of 172 people found the following review helpful By col on 8 Mar. 2012
I bought the cruiser 2 after having bought just about every other portable bluetooth/fm transit handsfree out there and returned them in disgust at the fact that other people simply could not hear me if i was doing any more than 20mph due to the terrible noise cancellation in the devices..I genuinely have tried all of the cruiser 2's competitors and been unimpressed by them all. I fully expected the cruiser 2 to be just as disappointing, and had steeled myself to having to buy a parrot hard-wire in system after another let down- I could not have been more wrong! The jabra works incredibly well. i charged it and took it out for a test drive, and after phoning a friend, discovered that no matter what I did, he could hear me perfectly at his end, up to and including doing 80 mph with the windows wound down! The FM broadcast is clear and strong- i think other people may have occasional problems because the device does not always pick the most appropriate channel first and you can get some crackle in the transmission. if this happens, just press the + volume button for 3 seconds and it will scan up through the frequencies till it finds a better channel. I have never had the slightest bit of interest in writing a review for anything I've bought on amazon before, it really isn't me..however, I was so impressed with this device after having been let down by all of it's contemporaries, i felt a little bit compelled to try and help anyone else who might be wading through the quagmire of sub standard rubbish pick this one first instead of making innumerable trips to the post office as i did to return low grade christmas cracker toys to their creators..
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61 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Charlie-CJ HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 13 Jan. 2011
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This Jabra CRUISER2 works with Bluetooth mobile phones, and once paired the Jabra can remember up to 7 mobile phones. Although it's got a perfectly good loudspeaker you can pair the unit to your car's FM radio as well, either for playing your phones MP3s or the voice call. Things like 'reject call', 'call on hold', 'redail' or 'voice dialing' are dependent on your phones abilities, but things like 'answer call', 'mute' and 'end call', night driving mode and adjust volume are standard. The Jabra even talks you through pairing your phone and passengers can access the device as well - the unit has a range of 10m [33 feet] and the rechargable battery lasts for 14 hours [recharge by a USB connection from a PC via the supplied USB cable or the 12v cigar lighter cord]. The unit attaches to the sun visor near your head. The Jabra also boasts 'Dual Microphone technology', 'Voice Announcements', and a Status display. It's size is L 65 mm x W 130 mm x H 19 mm and it Weighs 85 grams. Full charging time is 2 hours.

To operate the Jabra you push the big plate on the top - left/right for volume and the middle is the answer/end button. To pair you just set the mobile phone to find the Jabra. There's a mute button in the speaker grill and an FM transmit and on/off switch on the side of the unit. All other commands are tapped into the answer/end button [i.e. tap, double tap, press (1s) and press & hold (5s)]. There's also four little icon status LEDs: [battery status, call status, connection status, FM status], that can be switched off in night mode. Although no substitute for a wired connection, the music FM transmitter to the radio is as good as any I've used [main problem is when you move to different locations a weak FM radio station might start to interfere].

So whats it like to use.
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