The Jabra Cruiser 2 is a Bluetooth speakerphone that can make it lot easier to talk on a call while you drive your car. This gadget will allow you to use both your hands for driving and still attend your important calls. Even though it sounds like just the perfect thing needed to attend phone calls while driving, we will have to wait and watch to find out what people think about it.
Sadly, the Jabra Cruiser 2 will not impress you by its looks. It is black in color and has a plain-Jane appearance. This shows that the manufacturer planned to go safe with the appearance of the device. The conservative look of the Cruiser makes it suitable to use in almost any vehicle.
Even the build quality will not impress you. The exterior is made up of plastic and when you examine it, you will understand that they have made use of cheap plastic. So, the very first look at the gadget will not make you buy it unless you know what it is offering. Also, if you do not own a vehicle or you do not have the habit of talking while driving, you won’t even think about the Cruiser 2.
The Jabra Cruiser 2 has got 4 physical buttons on it namely, Call Volume +, Volume -, and Mute. The buttons are easy to press and you will not have any problems in using it. You do not require installation of any kind to use it. Simply place it firmly on the sun visor and it will remain there securely. Because of the weight of the device, the sun visor can lower.
Pairing it with Bluetooth enabled devices is quite easy. Also, it allows you to pair it with 2 different Bluetooth devices at the same time. Another cool feature of this device is that when you pair it with a Bluetooth device, it will automatically sync with the contacts list on your phone. When you receive a call, the Bluetooth speakerphone will call out the name of the caller. Also, there are some preinstalled voice-guides in the device that help you set up the device at the start and alert you when the battery becomes low.
When you make or receive a call, the Noise Blackout technology of Jabra makes it possible to get rid of irrelevant noises. You can try testing the noise suppression feature by driving the car with windows open and then when you talk to someone through the Jabra Cruiser 2, you will observe that the person on the other side of the call will not hear other noises. Another feature onboard is the FM transmitter that allows you to transfer calls or music to the speakers of your car. Lastly, the battery of the Cruiser 2 is able to deliver 14 hours of talk time and 20 days of standby time.