"Excellent design, flawless operation"5.0 starson by psustan
Pros: Very easy to use, clear sound, nice music features
Cons: None that I have found
Summary: I had a Jabra SP700 and I liked it so much I tried to get another one, but I ended up getting the Jabra Cruiser model instead. Glad I did, because the FM signal is stronger, and it has three extra buttons to control music playback on the unit (so you don't have to reach for the phone to skip tracks, etc.) The Cruiser also has a power switch (which I didn't think was needed). If you plan to play music, get the Cruiser. If you just want the speaker phone, the SP700 is a great value.
The Cruiser has a great, clean-looking design and is very simple to use. All main functions are done by pressing the body. One quick tap to answer or end a call. Press for one second to activate your phone's voice command mode. It turns off automatically when you walk away and forget to turn it off, so the battery seems to last forever. (I'm still going on the initial charge.) Press for five seconds to initate pairing mode with your phone (only need to do once, and very simple). A voice annouces each mode change. It really can't get any easier than that. The only complicated command is to change the language. That requires some sort of three-fingered vulcan nerve pinch, but I like the nice British lady (she seems very polite), so I haven't bothered to figure that one out.
The call sound is very clear on both ends, and full duplex so no cut-outs. What more could you ask for? Well, how about music. If you live in an area where the FM band is full, you might not get good clean sound in FM mode. The FM power is intentionally weak to avoid others listening in on your call. But since I always assume that someone can listen in, I would rather have enough FM power to overcome weak co-channel interference. The Cruiser has enough power to do this. The music playback mode works as advertised, and FM mode on your car speakers sounds great. The built-in speaker not up to the task for music.