The smallest, lightest headset Jawbone has ever created at less than 2 inches long and weighing in at just 0.2 oz. | 4 hours of talk time, or up to 10 hours with charging case | NoiseAssassin 4.0 detects when you are speaking to eliminate background noise | Advanced ear fittings feature a new design that uses the natural contour of the ear to create a secure fit | ERA's built in locator and Jawbone App ensure you'll never lose it
The smallest, lightest headset Jawbone has ever created at less than 2 inches long and weighing in at just 0.2 oz. | 4 hours of talk time, or up to 10 hours with charging case | NoiseAssassin 4.0 detects when you are speaking to eliminate background noise | Advanced ear fittings feature a new design that uses the natural contour of the ear to create a secure fit | ERA's built in locator and Jawbone App ensure you'll never lose itLess
|Size||1 cm (0.4 in)|
The Era by Jawbone is beautifully crafted, but more importantly, beautifully discreet. It's the first Bluetooth headset I'd be fine with wearing in public. Call quality isn't top of the line, but it's still very solid and audio through the earpiece trumps every other headset I've heard, if not through the mic.
If call quality is of utmost concern, you'll have to turn to the boom-mic equipped Plantronics Voyager Legend, which is anything but discreet. The Era remains one of the top-performing Bluetooth headsets, though, and coupled with the tasteful, unobtrusive design, it earns our... Full review
Since Jawbone came on the scene it has branched out into the fitness market and also the Bluetooth speaker market. They’ve had considerable success in both of those markets with the UP wrist bands and Jambox speakers. I hate to say it but I don’t think the Bluetooth headsets are getting the same focus these days within the halls of Jawbone.
All it takes is a glance at the Jawbone store to see this. You have to scroll quite a ways down the page to find the first mention of the Bluetooth headsets. That’s certainly understandable, but if the new smaller ERA is a play... Full review
Bluetooth headsets have become less relevant since the last Era came out, thanks in part to both cars with built-in speakerphones, and headphones with incorporated mics. Jawbone hasn’t let this stop it from building yet another good headset, but this one falls down a notch, earning our general recommendation.
The company has put most of the features we’d hope for in an even smaller, more attractive package, while removing accessories and lowering battery life, offset by a lower starting price. We would’ve liked to have seen improvements to the audio, especially two... Full review
The most immediately striking thing about the new Era is that it’s tiny — 42 percent smaller than the earlier Era, and also dinkier than the squatter, squarer Icon. Like other Jawbone products, it comes in multiple colors and case styles and aspires to look like fashionable jewelry as much as an electronic device — but at about two inches long, it’s also the company’s most discreet headset to date. Despite being so diminutive, it delivers up to 10 hours of battery life on a charge, according to Jawbone, up from 4.5 hours for the old Era. The company also says t... Full review
When you hear wearables, the expectation is usually some sort of Glass-style head mounted display. Yet there's still plenty to be done with audio-only: a clandestine whisper of information into your ear, funneling in directions, messages, and other answers, not to mention calls.
Jawbone's integration with Siri and Google Now is ambitious, and it has to be said more successful on iOS than Android. The latter is, as can so often be the case, very much device-dependent, though Android's inherent customizability does mean it should be a relatively straightforward matter to get Google No... Full review
For people who need to talk a lot on the go, only the freedom of a hands-free Bluetooth headset will do. The trouble is wireless handset makers have traditionally had difficulty delivering excellent call quality along with a practical yet, dare I say, fashionable design. The new Jawbone Era, however, comes the closest yet to attaining this coveted Bluetooth combo.
Of course the Jawbone Era won't satisfy everyone. Its short battery life isn't ideal for marathon chatterboxes, and those with big hands might find the device's small button and power switch tricky to operate. Even so, the... Full review
1,293 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Jawbone ERA (2014). Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.5 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.
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