Clip-on for when missed calls are no turn-on

ENJOY your favourite tracks in stereo without missing a call, using the Jabra Clipper Bluetooth headset.

Developed by GN Netcom, a world leader in innovative headset solutions, the tiny clip-on device with noise-blocking stereo headphones lets you listen to your favourite tunes as well as take calls while on the go.

With minimalist controls and sleek Scandinavian styling, the Clipper mixes design coolness with functionality.

Music lovers need no longer worry about the sound of their favourite tracks drowning out the ringing of their mobile phone. With the Clipper, the days of changing between MP3 player and phone when a call comes in are over because both devices connect wirelessly so you can flip between calls and tunes instantly.

Calls will automatically override the sound of any music and at the touch of one multifunction button users can easily pause, skip tracks or alter the volume.

Weighing just 20g, the Clipper neatly clips onto clothing or bag strap, to keep it out of the way, and you can keep your phone and MP3 player separately in a bag or pocket without breaking the connection.

It will even give you a warning signal if the devices get out of range (within 10m).

Jabra’s Clipper is compatible with any device having Bluetooth wireless technology (2.1, including EDR, A2DP and AVRCP), as well as the Apple iPhone and iPod touch.

It has the ability to connect to two different devices at the same time thanks to Multiuse technology. You can even connect it to a PC to listen to music.

The headset provides complete flexibility when it comes to how you listen; noise-blocking in-ear buds are provided, which eliminate external sounds. But the Clipper can also be used with any other 3.5mm headphone sets.

Jabra products are distributed by Mobile Dot Com Network in Malaysia. The recommended retail price is RM199. It is available from selected stores nationwide.


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