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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Jabra Journey Bluetooth Speaker Phone

Cell phones are a wonderful piece of technology and I would hate to do without mine. Calls in the car are a pain though. My wife’s car came with Bluetooth which makes life much less complex. Once the phone was synched it worked like a charm. My car, being pre-Bluetooth, doesn’t have that advantage therefore I want an easy to use Bluetooth speaker phone.

Thanks to the Amazon Vine program I now have an easy to use Bluetooth speaker phone. Right out of the box it synched with no problems. The first time pairing was done through voice prompts from the unit itself. The sound is very clear and I’m told I don’t sound like I am in a large can when I speak to people using it.

The buttons work well and work when you push them. That seems like it should be a no brainer but my current unit needs much prodding to get it to want to respond to voice commands.

I particularly like the car charger as it uses a standard male micro USB connector to a male USB connector cable that plugs in to a female USB connector in the cigarette/multipurpose socket in what use to be an ash tray. The benefit here is that I can take out the multiple phone chargers and use one charger to charge all my in car electronics.

This is an excellent unit at an affordable price.

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