Jabra JX10 Review


The headphone is not very difficult to put on; this is done by “opening” slightly the ear-hook so that it lies round your auricle and the ear-piece takes position upon the cochlear duct. However, one should take care not to separate the ear-hook while putting it on, since this is easily done in order to switch from right to left ear position. Once in place, the headset is fairly stable and feels comfortably. It will not cause any disturbance even if you wear it for very long, since you can hardly feel its presence.

* During the test we noticed that the ear-hook gets wider and every few days (2, 3 or 4) it had to be made “tighter” by manual “pressing”. Only then it stood secure again on our ears.

The appearance of this unit is elegant, stylish and appealing. Because of its minute size, the JX10 lies comfortably on the ear and slim black ear-hook is almost invisible. It is neither conspicuous, nor unnoticeable; a characteristic of a definitely good-looking accessory.


Jabra JX10 made a negative, rather than positive, impression on us. It is indeed elegant and exquisite-looking, yet impossible to use without a ear-hook, which renders it undesirable for quite a lot of customers. It features a DSP system, which, however, cannot cope with strong wind interference – this is one more occasion when the set is hardly operable. And with the mediocre sound quality in mind, we would rather recommend some other headset brand of the ultra-small class, even in case it does not feature a DSP system.


  • Attractive design
  • Comfortable wearing


  • Mediocre call quality

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