jabra stone 3 review
The Jabra Stone 2 is a nice little Bluetooth headset for those who don't want to look like "that guy" constantly wearing his earbuds. This headset is thin, light and comfortable to wear with eargels included in the package. Its design is sleek and fits in the ear perfectly. It has a single curve that loops over the outside of the ear and a small button on the inside to control calls and volume.
Another nice feature is that it supports A2DP, or Bluetooth stereo audio. That way you can listen to music and podcasts in HiFi quality without having to be connected to your phone. Battery indicator lights can also be found on the headset and on the pebble-shaped charging dock so you know exactly how much talk time you have left.
Getting this bluetooth headset to work with your smartphone is easy thanks to NFC (Near Field Communication). You can pair it to any phone, tablet or interactive tag with a simple tap. Jabra's Noise Blackout Extreme provides good noise reduction and the mono headset itself is light and comfortable to wear.
Talk times are a bit below average at six hours but with an excellent 10-day standby time this is still a very decent bluetooth headset. A great feature is its multipoint connectivity which can store up to eight paired devices at once. You can also control the sensitivity of the microphones using a simple touch sensor on the side of the headset to hear better in noisy environments.