You could call the Jabra Move Wireless Headphones “cheap” but you would be wrong. These sub-$100 wireless headphones are inexpensive, but there’s little about their comfort and sound that would qualify as “cheap.” When I first saw them I wasn’t expecting all that much. After using them I was surprised and impressed enough that I can highly recommend them.
Available in three colors the bright pair I was sent for review would probably be better suited to someone quite a bit younger. Thank goodness I don’t have to see myself when I’m wearing headphones.
The sub-$100 price means you don’t get a lot of bells and whistles. There’s no included carry bag and the cables are thin, simple deals. If these cost a lot more I would have been upset, but considering the price I didn’t find it problematic in the least.
Engineered by some of the world’s leading sound experts, Jabra Move™ Wireless provides unrivaled sound quality in the wireless headphone category. Jabra’s signature DSP delivers a crisp digital sound that is bound to bring out the true depth and clarity of the music you love.
Features of the Jabra Move Wireless Headphones:
- EASY TO CONNECT, EASY TO USE: Always ready to pair with your phone. Control music and calls directly from the headphones.
- LIGHT AND COMFORTABLE: Ultra-lightweight and adjustable headband fits all head shapes.
- DESIGNED FOR LIFE ON THE MOVE: Built with premium materials including stainless steel arms and dirt resistant fabric. Tested to withstand abuse: drop tested (from 1m) and flexibility tested (10,000 times).
Video Review of the Jabra Move a wireless Headphones:
As noted in the introduction, the headphones are far more comfortable and sound far better than I expected. Their lightweight design translates to a minimal amount of fatigue as you wear them for extended periods of time. The controls are fairly simple, and that translates to an ease-of-use that is a pleasure. Flip and hold the power button to put the headphones into pairing mode; pairing takes just a few seconds. From there it is as easy as starting your music and adjusting the volume using the volume controls on the earcup.
And while the headphones offer a decent amount of playback time — 8 hours — it is nice that they can also be used in wired mode.
The headphones adjustments are a bit tight. That means it took me a bit of effort to get them adjusted to the degree of comfort I wanted, but it also meant that once they were adjusted properly they stayed put.
The fit is tight enough that the soft earcups seal well and block out a good deal of ambient noise. The pressure they exert is not, however, so much that they are uncomfortable.
As for the sound? I was impressed that these $99 headphones sounded as good as they do. The sound is good enough that I would highly recommend these for anyone looking to buy wireless headphones for under $100. You can learn more here.
Source: Manufacturer supplied review unit of the Jabra Move Wireless Headphones
What I Like: Low price; Comfortable; Sound quite good; Tougher than they initially appear
What Needs Improvement: No carry bag included; Bright colors are really bright; Battery life is average