Jabra Clipper Bluetooth Stereo Headset
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- Great wireless stereo sound
- Automatically switch between music and calls
- Can be used with other headphones (3.5 mm jack)
- Remote control your music – play, pause, stop, skip track (phone dependent)
- Incoming caller alert lets you know when a call is coming through
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Top Customer Reviews
I would rate the battery, audio and reception very highly. You can even use your own headphones.
So why 2 stars?
It's 3.5mm headphone socket becomes faulty after 2 weeks of reasonable usage.
I bought the Clipper on the 9th Aug, needed a replacement due to a faulty connection by the 26th Aug, now on the 14th Sept my second pair have gone the same way.
This is very frustrating, it was a good price, good audio. Looks like I'll have to send these back for good and get something more expensive.
Sound quality is pretty good but you can get the occasional disruption when your phone is in your pocket.
He has the iphone 3GS and it works with it apart from the music forward and back doesn't which is an apple issue rather than a headset issue as it worked with the blackberry curve.
Overall, a good purchase.
** Inspection and Testing
* I think it's important to point out that the description of this product is somewhat misleading. This is NOT a headphone/ earphone, per se. The CLIPPER set is a 3-piece set that is made up of the CLIPPER (a clothing-clip style receiver), a Danish-designed "Around The Neck" earphones and a charger for the unit.
The main piece, The CLIPPER --what the company calls "the headphone" -- is nothing but a Bluetooth receiver and transmitter. By itself, it is unable to allow you to hear music or speak to an incoming caller. It picks up the radio waves from a Bluetooth-enabled Smartphone, mp3/4 player such as an iPod Touch. (Although it doesn't work with the Mac's OSX operating system, Jabra supplies instruction for it to connect to Apple's iOS operating system for the iPhone 4, iPod Touch and presumably, the iPad.) It has two slots, one for a micro USB wall mount and a 3.5mm audio jack for the headphone/earphone connection.
About the included earphone: This is not to be considered an essential part of the product. Since in the quickstart guides and at Jabra's website there's only brief mention of it being packaged after a lengthy discussion on how the main piece works. It is my suspicion that it is merely a placeholder for your "better" earphone or earphone/speaker set. It is wiry thin and most likely will not stand up against normal use for more than a few days AND it doesn't have a speaker-line to receive any calls, which is the main selling point of the Clipper.
** Here is where the buying recommendation thing becomes very tricky.
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The first developed a fault inside 3 months whereby the left stereo channel drops out unless sideways pressure is applied to the 35mm jack.
The replacement from the purchaser died due to over heating during charging, admittedly this was me using a cheap unbranded charger so I'll chalk that one down to me.
I purchased a new one (from a different supplier this time) and that too has developed the left channel bad contact in less than two weeks!
Jabra's support site as I write this doesn't even bother listing the clipper on it's model list. But I'll see how they respond. When it's working the product really is great, but I don't want a 4th.
The product advertisement states it has a 10m transmit, However I've tested this and I can only say that 10m transmit is only possible at straight line sight. Not really an issue as I personally want to use it with a transmitting device either in my pocket or rucksack.
I have submitted another review for a sound hat which I intend to use in colder weather with the Jabra Clipper. I can report that the clipper works with the hat.
I read one review on here stating the tension of the clip is to Strong? I sort of agree, It is hard to prize open and states on the instructions that it opens to a maximum of 4mm. I can't see any suitable item other than clothing/Rucksack straps etc being of use to clip it onto? I don't mind the strength of the clip as it makes it a very solid tether on clothing..... Particularly good for the Skiing!
I used the Clipper for a large part of the day after charging and it lasted until past midnight (At which point it cut out during a call).
Very happy and I would heartily recommend.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have an old style (large) hifi tucked away in a cupboard...the Aux line in is attached to the Jabra Clipper allowing me to stream music from my phone or tablet... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
I just love this headset & recommend it to everyone. It's discreet & gives a great sound. A must have!Published on 15 Jan. 2014 by Pammie 18
The jabra clipper's signal broke up when it was just a few feet away from my phone. The 'line of sight' signal area on these is usually about 10 feet from the device it's connected... Read morePublished on 7 Dec. 2013 by misstea2020
Exactly as described, very nice, It was recommended to me by a friend, very Convenient and works very well, ideal for mobile phones computers, laptops,Published on 13 Nov. 2013 by Don Lella
I like gadgets, but also like them to make my life easier. And for me this is perfect, you can take calls, change you music and without pulling out your mobile. Read morePublished on 28 Aug. 2013 by Laurence
Yes, Jabra products are class act and this is no exception. Small. Compact, easy to connect and sounds great for it's size. Read morePublished on 9 Aug. 2013 by Femooh
Easily connected to my mobile and functions as described. Only two minor complaints though.
Firstly, the material used to cover the surface of the unit attracts lint... Read more
This product works so well with my iPhone I will be buy another one as a spare. I previously had a Sony headset which about £140
and it was not even half as good as... Read more