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Testseek.co.uk have collected 36 expert reviews of the Aliph Jawbone Era and the average rating is 85%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Aliph Jawbone Era.
Award: Most Awarded March 2011
March 2011


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The editors liked

  • Sharp and stylish design
  • Easy to pair and use
  • Highly effective noise killing tech
  • Touch sensitive call controls
  • Voice dialling app
  • Well hello there. We still can’t bring ourselves to call any earpiece attractive
  • But this is as close as they come. Barely an inch long
  • With its slightly ridged edges
  • It looks a little bit like a Quality Street chocolate
  • In muted colour (red
  • Black
  • Bronze or silver are your options). Three sizes of earbud cover mean it can comfortably fit for most people
  • And as importantly stay comfortable

The editors didn't like

  • Plastic build
  • HD Audio not suitable for music or video listening
  • Limited app availability for UK users
  • Of course
  • With a smaller profile comes less space to fit a battery. That 10 hour battery life Jawbone is claiming is legit
  • But split between the headset itself (four hours) and the small charging carry case
  • Which you could attach to a keyring
  • Or if you were really keen
  • Your belt. That’s not a huge issue
  • But do be aware that extra charge time will cost you extra
  • The Jawbone Era solo costs £

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  Published: 2014-04-08, review by: gadgetshow.channel5.com

  • Well hello there. We still can’t bring ourselves to call any earpiece attractive, but this is as close as they come. Barely an inch long, with its slightly ridged edges, it looks a little bit like a Quality Street chocolate, in muted colour (red, black, bronze or silver are your options). Three sizes of earbud cover mean it can comfortably fit for most people, and as importantly stay comfortable,
  • Of course, with a smaller profile comes less space to fit a battery. That 10 hour battery life Jawbone is claiming is legit, but split between the headset itself (four hours) and the small charging carry case, which you could attach to a keyring, or if you were really keen, your belt. That’s not a huge issue, but do be aware that extra charge time will cost you extra: the Jawbone Era solo costs £
  • The new Jawbone Era is by far the most subtle and powerful Bluetooth headset we’ve used. If you work the phones all day, or have to make a lot of call from the car, it seems like the ideal companion to help you Get Things Done. But until these accessor...

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  Published: 2014-04-08, Author: Luke Edwards , review by: pocket-lint.com

  • Abstract:  Bluetooth headsets have been around for years, but only now in the age of multiple mics, fast charging and low power Bluetooth 4.0 are they really becoming an all day gadget. Jawbone, one of the pioneers of Bluetooth headsets, has just released its new E...

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  Published: 2011-06-07, review by: theregister.co.uk

  • The Era is the latest in a great series of Bluetooth earpieces. It’s small and light, powerful and, best of all, reliable. Once it’s paired, it stays paired. Once in your ear, it’ll stay put (though don’t just wear it indiscriminately, that just looks...

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  Published: 2011-06-01, review by: T3.com

  • Sharp and stylish design, Easy to pair and use, Highly effective noise killing tech, Touch sensitive call controls, Voice dialling app
  • Plastic build, HD Audio not suitable for music or video listening, Limited app availability for UK users

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  Published: 2011-03-30, review by: pcadvisor.co.uk

  • If you've been eyeing the Jawbone family of products for a while, and you expect to conduct your phone calls in a variety of environments where background noise will be a factor, check out the Era. But, depending on where you buy, expect to fork out t...

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  Published: 2014-05-01, review by: consumersearch.com

  • Excellent HDquality audio, Innovative motionsensing technology, Extremely stylish, Excellent wind and noise reduction
  • No dedicated volume rocker switch, Uncomfortable earpiece
  • Fashion-forward style and stellar sound quality allow the Aliph Jawbone Era (2011) to consistently appear in the top five of comparative Bluetooth headset reviews. Technology allows the handset to respond to kinetic cues (tapping and shaking) to perform a...

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  Published: 2012-08-24, Author: Gary Mazo , review by: androidcentral.com

  • The Jawbone Era is quite the sophisticated headset. Noise Assassin technology, a built in accelerometer and downloadable apps are just a few of the cool features.This may very well be the most expensive headset on the market. We will take a look at all th...

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  Published: 2012-05-22, review by: the-gadgeteer.com

  • Small, lightweight, + Good battery life, + Loaded with features,
  • None to speak of
  • I really like the Jawbone ERA. It has a relatively diminutive form factor, small but not delicate, and is relatively lightweight. Easily paired with my iPhone 4S, it is also loaded with features (among which I like TapTap best), battery life is exce...

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  Published: 2012-03-19, Author: Brandon Sobotta , review by: androidauthority.com

  • Abstract:  When the Jawbone ERA arrived at my doorstep, it caught me completely off guard: I completely forgot it was heading my way for a review. But after spending some time with it, I can assure you, I will not forget the ERA anytime soon. I've never really saw m...

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  Published: 2012-02-09, review by: phonearena.com

  • Overall, all of the four Bluetooth headsets have their pros and cons. If for some reason you need a headset that would serve mostly as a fashion accessory, yet won't be actually used much, the Jawbone ERA would be the one to pick. If you need a more a...

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