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Jabra JX10 Bluetooth Headset review: one of the smallest

Updated on March 13, 2012


 When someone is looking for a Bluetooth headset, he doesn't look just for the features it offers, but he wants it to have a size as small as possible. One of the smallest Bluetooth headset you can buy today is Jabra JX10.

A well known name on the Bluetooth headset market, Jabra has launched its JX10 which, even if it measures only 1.5 by 0.75 by 0.75 inches, doesn't lack on features or sound quality. With angular shapes, silver colored with black accents or all black it is a stylish headset. Controllers are easy to press, very responsive (answer/end call button and volume controllers) but it is possible for you to find pretty difficult to use the paring button which is on the back side and seams to be a little to recessed in the case of the headset. This seams to be JX10's weak point, otherwise it is quite comfortable to wear it without using the detachable ear hook. You can wear Jabra JX10 in every ear using just its symmetrical earpiece.  

Main product features

Before we jump into the review I suggest we take a look at the quick specs of this Bluetooth headset:

  • Design with an attitude (works equally for men and women)
  • Design lines were draw by Jacob Jensen, world-renowned Danish designer
  • One of the tiniest Bluetooth headsets on market
  • DSP technology used for Digital sound enhancement
  • Comes with a pair of Jacob Jensen designed desktop charging dock and carrying pouch
  • Compatible with Bluetooth 1.2 headset and hands-free profiles
  • Wear it in two styles– with or without the ear hook

As expected, Jabra JX10 offers a crystal clear sound quality for both inbound or outbound, even if you are in louder environments. The producer advises users to wear the headset on the same part of the body with the phone to maximize clarity, but we think it isn't really necessary considering the Bluetooth range. Beside standard features as answering, rejecting or ending a call JX10 offers you the possibilities of voice dial, last number redial or putting a call on hold.

What we find being really good on this headset is its battery range. Jabra rates it to 6 hours of talk time and up to 8 days for standby mode. Another good point is that it offers you multiple choices to charge it: an AC-adapter charger, an UBS charger and also a desktop charge cradle matching the shape and the color of the Bluetooth headset.

So if you want a small, lightweight Bluetooth headset reviews which is also stylish and offers good sound quality aside a good range for battery lifetime, Jabra JX10 is the way to go.


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