Priced at £99, the Jabra SUPREME is among the most expensive headsets around at the moment. Being a product designed and developed by Jabra, we shouldn’t see any problems at all though. The Jabra SUPREME features active noise cancellation technology and the ability to connect to two devices at the same time as well as a feature called HD Voice, so we should see some impressive results.
Arriving in a typical Jabra black and yellow themed box, the Jabra SUPREME is accompanied by a USB cable, AC charger, car charger, 1 extra Eargel™, 1 extra Earhook and a quick start guide. A vast range of accessories, but at the high price tag hopefully the performance will somewhat represent that high price.
The Jabra SUPREME sports a slightly different design compared with its other relatives and friends in the Jabra product line. Instead of the sleek, clean look that Jabra have always gone for much like the Stone range, they appear to have abandoned their previous ethos on the consumer side of products The Jabra SUPREME has a more traditional Bluetooth headset feel to it whilst also looking professional and more suited to the business user.
The SUPREME features a flipping microphone boom, which also acts as the on/off function, and large speaker to accommodate the new technology inside.
It weighs just 18g and is encased in black-and-grey plastic and rubber.
The flipping boom arm feels very solid and well made, however, housing feels quite cheap compared with other Jabra products and definitely not worth the £99 price tag.
There are a total of four buttons all together on the Jabra SUPREME.
We have the volume up and volume down buttons, answer/end button and volume control button.
As well as these four, there is the Micro USB charging connector (in between the volume controls) and status display that shows the Bluetooth status and battery.