Many wireless headphones can be both convenient and comfortable…unless you wear glasses. Having a bulky piece of hardware behind the ear(s) just does not work well if you’re also wearing glasses. That’s why Jabra Rox work out nicely for me.
Product was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own.
Finding the Right Fit with Jabra Rox
With four sizes of bud covers to choose form, I was able to find the ones that fit each of my ears best. Not everyone has perfectly symmetrical ears both inside and out. There are also three different sizes of ear wings to ensure a snug fit that stays.
The earpieces shut out a lot of surrounding noise and offers clear sound. The voice quality using the microphone is good, but it’s a little hard hearing the other party despite maxing out the volume on both the phone and the headset.The set was comfortable and stayed in place well. Only after a 1-1/2 hour phone call with my mom did my ears start to feel sore and the earbuds began falling out.
The backs of the earbuds are magnetic. This makes it so easy to put the set on stand-by (just connect the backs of the buds) and creates a slick cover over the mini-USB charging port. The included carrying pouch is a nice addition.
Jabra Rox Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds
Overall, I’m pleased with the Jabra Rox. It’s super simple to pair to devices via bluetooth, have good sound, and actually stay. They are a bit heavy but, if you get them in your ears right, you don’t notice it too much. I figure that’s kind of expected in any wireless set. With no over-the-ear pieces, you’ll need to play around with the covers to find your ideal fit. But, once you do, you’ll appreciate the innovative design and simplicity of use.