The Eclipse is Jabra’s lightest Bluetooth headset ever weighing just 5.5 grams, with unrivalled sound quality from premium music-grade speakers.
It features up to 10 hours of talk time and includes a portable charging and storage case.
It features snug-fitting EarGels that are discreet and comfortable, and are also designed to block out background noise. The music-grade speaker is capable of full dynamic audio range, and with noise cancellation technologies, Jabra claims that the things people on the call will ever hear is your voice – no matter the environment.
It also has no buttons or switches, all it takes to make a call is to simply double tap the headset. With the Jabra Assist app, it’s possible to customize the headset for different functions. The headset comes with a carry case that doubles as a portable charger boosts talk time by another seven hours, in addition to the 3 hours on the headset.
“An on-the-go lifestyle has made more and more people dependent on their mobile phones. While they appreciate the value of a Bluetooth headset, some won’t consider using one because of their appearance”, says Darcy Clarkson, Head of Mobile division at Jabra.
“We wanted to crush this notion and create a headset that delivered both outstanding sound quality and a great design,” he says.
The Jabra Eclipse will go on sale in October.