When it comes to bluetooth headsets, what customers are usually in for is superior performance and an equally compelling design. Jabra, one of the bigger players in the headset game, have been putting out consistently high quality bluetooth devices for a while now, and with their ‘stone’ lineup of devices, they tried to take things a bit further, only to cause a minor speed bump for themselves.
While the design of the Jabra Eclipse is great, its the performance sector, where the device is left wanting. Lets get right into the review and see exactly what we have on our hands here.
From the design point of view, the Jabra Eclipse is one of the most beautifully designed devices in the market. With an egg shaped main body, that nestles comfortably in your ears, to the standalone black eartip with a 1.75 inch angled boom, the Jabra Eclipse truly has all the makings of an elegant headset, although the people favoring the earhook design will have to look elsewhere. The headset comes with a case in which it can be placed and charged simultaneously. On its own, the case holds two full charges for the headset, and the device itself gives you close to 4 hours of continuous usage on a single charge.