Jabra STONE2 Review

The Jabra STONE2 claims to be a member of the high-end Bluetooth headset kind - an example of a unique design fused together with a bouquet of useful features. Picking up right where its predecessor, the original Jabra STONE, left off, the STONE2 feels well built, weighs next to nothing, and it is definitely something that you wouldn’t mind being seen wearing in public...
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12 Comments

1. giorgio unregistered

Nick please can you tell me watch one is better the jawbone era or the jabra stone2 need your help before I purchase one. Thanks and great review I just did not find a review for the jawbone era

2. Nick_T

Posts: 184; Member since: May 27, 2011

I have personally never used the Jawbone ERA so I cannot say whether it is better than the STONE2 or not. My guess is that both headsets are going to be pretty similar in terms of build quality and performance. See if you can give both of them a try and just pick the one that feels right. :)

4. clevername

Posts: 1436; Member since: Jul 11, 2008

Have you tried the plantronics discovery 975? I loved it and thought the quality was superb. I loved the extra charging case as well since it came with a battery status indicator. But it didn't have a2dp. Which one would you recommend?

3. Forsaken77 unregistered

One very important thing missing from this review is the distance you can go away from your phone with this. I work for the cable company and always leave my phone in the truck. I need a bluetooth that can reliably work inside someone's home while the phone is outside in the truck.

5. clevername

Posts: 1436; Member since: Jul 11, 2008

Most are 30 maybe 40 usually no more.

8. Alisa unregistered

I hate it. Keeps falling off. Only goes on right ear. Fit is not good at all. Hate it

9. tannaj2

Posts: 1; Member since: Feb 09, 2012

jabra stone2 well this is the first headset i have owned. the feel in the ear is something i am not fond of. it fits well outside of the ear. i sound good and clear when talking to someone else. 1 problem is that when you get a call you cant really hear it that well in your headset. the talk time 2 hours but it dose recharge pretty fast. the volume in the ear is good. the distance is not to good but if you keep your phone on you then it would never be a problem. if i was them the one thing i would change would be the fit in the ear. i am happy with it and will be buying one for a family member. far superior then most headsets from many people that i have talked to that have headsets i dont hear most that well and then they sound far away and muffled.

10. samho

Posts: 1; Member since: Feb 25, 2012

This is my most expansive handfree but also te worst one. It cannot be securitily fixed on your ear, you need always hold it in position by yourselves. Voice command usually don't work. Volume control not easy to set for a right level. The only pros is good looking, but finally, I give it up.

11. Tezeji

Posts: 2; Member since: Apr 24, 2012

I have a Jabra stone headset which I bought from At&t about 6 months ago, and this morning while I was trying to attach the Charger to my belt, it snapped and broke. What should I do to get a new one of this belt clip, or how can I get a new clip since this headset cost quite a bit for me to buy at $130. I enjoy it and like to carry the charger with me since it prolongs the usage time. Thanks, Theo Ezeji PHONE: 512-239-5005.

12. Tezeji

Posts: 2; Member since: Apr 24, 2012

I have a Jabra stone headset which I bought from At&t about 6 months ago, and this morning while I was trying to attach the Charger to my belt, it snapped and broke. What should I do to get a new one of this belt clip, or how can I get a new clip since this headset cost quite a bit for me to buy at $130? I enjoy it and like to carry the charger with me since it prolongs the usage time. Your advice will be sincerely appreciated. Thanks, Theo Ezeji

13. seventh

Posts: 1; Member since: Apr 26, 2012

If you look at the spec, it states that the clip is for attaching to clothing..not a belt which is too thick. Annoying, but they don't claim it to be a belt clip.

14. dlshad

Posts: 1; Member since: Sep 08, 2012

hi all i bought Jabra Stone 2 .. i have 2 question please 1. how make Noise Killing WORK??? not work at all i saw Bose and Jawbone @ youtube the disabling Noise is perfect but with stone2 :( not work.. 2. how change the Voice Command (Answer,Ignore)? thank you in advance.
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