Subtle tweaks add value to the Jabra Move Style Edition [hands-on]
Three years after the original Jabra Move Wireless was released, it’s finally getting a proper update with the Jabra Move Style Edition. Many of the same qualities that made the original so popular are present here once again, like its reasonable cost of $99.99 out of the gates. For those looking for a simple pair of on-the-ear headphones that won’t break the bank, it’s a great option to consider!
Adopting pretty much the same design as before, the Jabra Move Style Edition features a simple and straightforward design that’s lightweight enough to wear for all sorts of occasions. With its tighter feel, it’s particularly useful in the gym because it’ll stay firmly in place! The minor tweaks to the design this time around include the ear cups having a bit of articulation, as well as some new color options to choose from. Beyond that, the design is nearly identical with the buttons and ports found in the same locations.
There’s versatility with using the Jabra Move Style Edition, mainly because it can be used wirelessly with its Bluetooth connection, or converted into a wired pair with its auxiliary port. As for the quality, we have no major complaints here thanks in part to the rich sounding audio it’s able to muster up, without exhibiting distortion or strain at higher volume levels. Battery life has been boosted with the Jabra Move Style Edition, which now has a rating of 14 hours on a single charge – an improvement over the former’s 8-hour limit.
Sure, it isn’t the most features rich pair of headphones, but the Jabra Move Style Edition certainly has great value with its $99.99 cost. Combining its simple design, rich audio performance, and long battery life, you’re getting a decent package. If you have a moderate budget, but still want something with a reputable brand name, the Move Style Edition undoubtedly is worth the consideration.