Jabra’s Clipper Bluetooth stereo headset is more discreet

Jabra’s Clipper Bluetooth stereo headset is more discreet


Sick and tired of the same old look and feel of the majority of Bluetooth cyborg headsets out there?  Think it’s time for some discretion and comfort (and maybe some funky colors, depending on your choice)? Here’s the Jabra Clipper to save your stylish ass.

A small controller that is only 47 x 16 x 25mm and weighing a mere 20 grams ‘clips’ to your clothes, purse or pocket and allows you seamlessly switch between music listening and incoming calls.  When you are listening to music and you receive an incoming call, an automatic override plays during your listening.  Then, with a single button you can answer, pause or adjust the volume.

Included is a set of noise-blocking stereo headphones, but any 3.5mm headphone will suffice.  The Clipper works with any Bluetooth wireless (2.1 incl. EDR, A2DP and AVRCP) compatible device, and can connect simultaneously to two different devices, thanks to Multiuse technology.  8 hours of standby time and 6 hours talk time should be enough for a days work.  It ships next month in the UK for about €49.99 or $60 USD.