|Very versatile buttons and a microphone make themselves at home on the front of the device|
You plug in your earphones or the very nice short-style earphones provided by Jabra (more on that later) to the jack in the clip, and then connect the Jabra to a piece of clothing (a short sleeve or a buttoned shirt) and the little piece of tech pulls music from your smartphone et al and feeds you it in the earphones.
|The earphones really finished off the device well|
The cable for the earphones is about a third of the size of the general cable length on other earphones, which means nothing is hanging down on your clothes while listening to music.
|The port for the charger is on the side|
The device has a small light on the front to indicate when it's in pairing mode, charging or fully charged. Very handy.
As Bluetooth stereo headsets go, this one is perfect for me. Overall, I give the Jabra Clipper Bluetooth Headset 4 stars. It does what it's supposed to well, but the clip was a bit tricky to get on and the cover for the charger port didn't sit flat when closed. However, the earphones stayed in your ears (I can't put into words how much I hate earphones that keep falling out) and there are many options with the in-built buttons on the clipper. You can buy the earphones here.