"Great product!"on by bassplya
Pros Multi-device connectivity. Excellent clarity. The range of the FM transmitter is at least 300Ft and can be used to transmit to multiple receivers(This a great feature (see cons) if the need arises to have multiple listeners.
Cons While the FM Transmitter is a nice feature, nowhere are you warned that if you choose to BT your phone conversation to your car stereo, anyone on that frequency within range will hear everything you say. So BEWARE!!
SummaryAfter reading the reviews of others and relating those comments to what I do as IT Professional, I have to say that many of the problems that are experienced are due to "User Error" or "I.D.10.T". Rarely does everything "just work". There must be some knowledge on the part of the user. Before I "blast" a product, I try to make sure that I have RTFM. Although I gravitate toward the negative comments (I want to know the worst that could happen), I usually take them with a grain of salt.
Updated on Apr 30, 2012
Pros Simple to install and use; last pretty long with an average usage. Paired to two phones, my wife's and mine.
Cons Range is far too big! they say 30 feet,but it can go up to 50. The problem? I park my car in the street in front of my house, and the phone rings in my car even if I am on the patio on the other side. I always have to turn it off when I park.
Pros I bought this Cruiser 2 for my LG cellphone ( GW525g ), the speaker sound is better than the first version ( Cruiser ) , But after couple of days, the connection had problems: it said" disconnected " then " connected ", again and again, and the
Cons condition repeatedly and could not stop even I tried
to restart the cell or the speaker, but it's the same.So,I returned to the store and back to use my " Cruiser 1" . And there is no connection problem with the 1st version.
"it'll do.."on by jwaller3
Pros it works..
Cons I assume when its paired with my phone and its on then it should automatically connect. well thats not the case with the galaxy S2 AT&T,i have to go to the phone settings, disconnect, then turn on the bluetooth. too much to deal with constantly.
Summary long trips in car with no bluetooth media, then its great. do not try to conduct constant business over the speaker phone.
Pros Looks pretty but that's where it ends.
Cons Useless Product
Summary What a waste of time and money. I can't believe that any Bluetooth hands free device sold today, CAN'T, yes I said, CAN'T (by design), make a call directly from the unit. After re-reading the deceptive description, it says that "calls made, FROM YOUR PHONE, will automatically transfer to the unit". So much for "Hands Free". Simply put, you have to dial the number on the phone, then once it starts ringing on the other end, the Jabra Cruiser2 picks up the call. I know, it sounds really stupid but that is what you get for all that money. Don't even bother with it. You will just end up returning it.