Jabra launches limited edition JX10 Cara Bluetooth headsets for the affluent
There’s no stopping some people when it comes to buying and wearing gold jewellery – so there should be a ready-made market for the limited edition JX10 Cara Bluetooth headset from Jabra, which is available in 24 carat gold.
If that sounds a bit too flash, there’s also a more subtle stainless steel version. Both are designed by Jacob Jensen, familiar for his designs for Bang & Olufsen and weigh in at 14g. They feature Digital Sound Processing technology for improved clarity, with settings (including volume) controlled by the earpiece and set-up/pairing is one-touch.
Functions include voice dial, call hold/call wait, last number re-dial, answer/end calls and reject calls, with six hours of talk time possible, along with 200 hours of standby.
The Jabra JX10 in 24 carat gold sells for £149.99, with the stainless steel version at £99.99
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This looks like a nice piece of work. I used to have the JX10 standard version, which was always the best design in my opinion.This is a step further – love the metallic style. My only worry is that the wife will wnt me to buy her one aswell!
Anyone know whereabouts we can get it? Online?