With the new Era, Jawbone continues to produce quality Bluetooth headsets that you'll want to take calls on. The sound quality is top notch, with Computerworld saying they're "most impressed" with the Era, and that "for such a compact device, the audio was clear and quite audible." The microphone is good as well, with Re/code noting that the people they called had "had no trouble" hearing them and incoming callers sounded "clear." In addition to sounding good the Era also feels good, with Slashgear being able to wear it all day "without any discomfort." Even though the battery life comes in at about only four hours, the updated Jawbone Era should be at the top of your list if you're in the market for a new Bluetooth headset.
Compared to other small Bluetooth headsets, the Jawbone Era might seem a little pricey, but I’m inclined to think the quality is worth it. It’s just as comfortable to wear for long periods of time as some of the bigger, professional models from Plantronics, with a design that’s a lot easier to swallow.
See All Critic Reviews
Average User Score
See All Reviews