Jabra has dropped the price for REVO Wireless from S$398 to S$248. The previously gold-coloured Ink Treasure limited edition is also available for retail sale.

Jabra REVO Wireless key features and specifications:

  • High definition Dolby® Digital Plus via exclusive Jabra Sound App for iPhone and Android
  • Turntable Touch Control for easy music and call management
  • Life proof – tough, shatterproof and constructed for ultimate portability
  • Extreme tested: Cable (to 15 kg), Bend (10000 times), Fold (3500 times), Drop (from 2m)
  • Premium materials: synthetic titanium headband (lightweight and flexible), steel hinges and aluminium frame
  • Memory foam ear cups and padded headband
  • Foldable design for compact storage
  • Speaker frequency range: 20Hz – 20kHz
  • 40mm dynamic speakers
  • Soft carry case included
  • In-Built Microphone for wireless calls: Noise Blackout™ with dual mic technology for superior call quality
  • Multiuse™ technology: Pairs up to 8 devices; connects to 2 devices simultaneously
  • NFC capability
  • Detachable corded option with play-pause/answering button
  • Connects to devices via Bluetooth® and 3.5mm audio cable
  • Playback time: 12 hours
  • Standby time: 10 days
  • Bluetooth range: 10 metres
  • Touch-sensitive playback controls and volume at the right ear

The REVO Wireless is one of the most versatile stereo headsets in the market. Pairing via NFC is a snap. You can listen either via Bluetooth, 3.5mm audio cable with in-line mic and remote, or USB cable – awesome flexibility. The REVO Wireless remembers up to 8 paired devices and connects to 2 at the same time. I’m impressed at how the REVO Wireless quickly switches between the 2 active devices: when it detects audio streaming from one device, it will switch from the other device seamlessly. The built-in voice prompts provide connectivity status as well as battery status. Under Wireless mode, you can stylishly control your playback by touching the right ear. Slide your fingers in a circular motion either way to adjust volume, tap the front or back to change tracks, and click the middle to play-pause tracks.

Most important, I enjoy the freedom of listening to tunes without wires. Bluetooth audio technology has improved over the years. and while the wired version is always a better choice for the sharp ears, the REVO Wireless actually does not produce any audible distortion that affects the listening experience. The unit can be folded for transporting, a plus point for commuters.

If you prefer in-ear wireless headset, I highly recommend Jabra ROX Wireless.

Reviewed by Chester Tan
Rating: 4 of 5


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