Jawbone ICON (Series Hero)

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  • Jawbone ICON (Series Hero)

Specs / Features


Intelligent and highly stylish Bluetooth headset for communication and stereo music streaming (with embedded A2DP profile) | Equipped with military-grade NoiseAssassin 2.5 with wind reduction--the best noise cancellation technology money can buy | Simultaneous Multipoint gives you the flexibility to manage audio and calls from two different phones | Up to 4.5 hours of talk time, up to 240 hours (10 days) of standby time | What's in the Box: ICON headset; 3 Spout earbuds; 4 round earbuds; optional binaural earloop; microUSB cable; A/C wall adapter; user guide

Intelligent and highly stylish Bluetooth headset for communication and stereo music streaming (with embedded A2DP profile) | Equipped with military-grade NoiseAssassin 2.5 with wind reduction--the best noise cancellation technology money can buy | Simultaneous Multipoint gives you the flexibility to manage audio and calls from two different phones | Up to 4.5 hours of talk time, up to 240 hours (10 days) of standby time | What's in the Box: ICON headset; 3 Spout earbuds; 4 round earbuds; optional binaural earloop; microUSB cable; A/C wall adapter; user guide

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Specification

Brand Jawbone
Model JBG03BD
Warranty 12 months
Size 6 x 3 cm (2.4 x 1.2 in)

Reviews (8/10 Avg. rating)


Digital Trends

Sound quality, ease of use and style puts the Jawbone Icon far up the quality charts

from Digital Trends

What’s not to like about Jawbone’s finest Bluetooth? Although it costs a bit more than the cheapies you can pick up at the local big box store, we’re confident you get more in sound quality, ease of use and yes, style, to justify it. MyTalk apps, while no technical marvel, are an industry first, and illustrate how much thought Aliph has put into refining the user experience on this next generation Bluetooth headset. Considering the previous Jawbone Prime still sells for $130, the $100 tag on the Icon looks like a downright bargain for a device of this far up the quality charts....

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What’s not to like about Jawbone’s finest Bluetooth? Although it costs a bit more than the cheapies you can pick up at the local big box store, we’re confident you get more in sound quality, ease of use and yes, style, to justify it. MyTalk apps, while no technical marvel, are an industry first, and illustrate how much thought Aliph has put into refining the user experience on this next generation Bluetooth headset. Considering the previous Jawbone Prime still sells for $130, the $100 tag on the Icon looks like a downright bargain for a device of this far up the quality charts.

 

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PC Magazine

First Bluetooth headset with mobile apps

from PC Magazine

We have a new leader in Bluetooth headsets. The $99 Aliph Jawbone Icon is the best-designed and potentially the most flexible Bluetooth headset on the market, thanks to its new application platform. The Icon is smaller and lighter than our other top-ranked headsets, with numerous new features...More

We have a new leader in Bluetooth headsets. The $99 Aliph Jawbone Icon is the best-designed and potentially the most flexible Bluetooth headset on the market, thanks to its new application platform. The Icon is smaller and lighter than our other top-ranked headsets, with numerous new features and a streamlined control scheme. Combined with stellar all-around performance, its plusses are enough to unseat the larger Plantronics Voyager Pro as our new Editors' Choice for Bluetooth headsets.

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SlashGear

The ICON gives the Voyager Pro a run for its money when it comes to audio clarity

from SlashGear

Nonetheless, in general use we had few problems connecting and using the Jawbone ICON with various handsets, and were consistently impressed by the audio quality. We’d say, in fact, it’s pretty much on a par if not better than the already excellent Plantronics Voyager Pro, and with a welcome volume boost over the Jawbone PRIME....

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Nonetheless, in general use we had few problems connecting and using the Jawbone ICON with various handsets, and were consistently impressed by the audio quality. We’d say, in fact, it’s pretty much on a par if not better than the already excellent Plantronics Voyager Pro, and with a welcome volume boost over the Jawbone PRIME.

 

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Amazon.com Reviews Summary

449 from Amazon.com

449 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Jawbone ICON (Series Hero). Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.6 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

7.2/10

Amazon.ca Reviews Summary

13 from Amazon.ca

13 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the Jawbone ICON (Series Hero). Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.3 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.

6.6/10

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